Vancouver-based 21C Metals (CSE: BULL) started exploring the German portion of the Tisova project, located on the Czech/German border and hosted by the Kraslice Sequence, a Cambrian-age continental rift of sediments and volcanics.
In a press release, 21C said that the aim of the exploration campaign is to assess the copper-cobalt potential in the interpreted rift system that hosts the Tisova copper-cobalt past-producing mine in the Czech Republic.
According to the Canadian miner, previous soil sampling completed has defined a cobalt anomaly that has a footprint of approximately 300 x 300 metres. “This anomaly is greater than 25 ppm cobalt and has not been explained or followed up with groundwork. Other stream sediment samples in the area have indicated copper and cobalt anomalies,” the company’s media statement reads.