Cross section of the Great Pyramid Tin Project, showing the historic inferred resource

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Approximate location of the Great Pyramid Tin project, owned by TinOne Resources

TinOne Resources is a Canadian, TSX Venture Exchange listed public company. It holds a high-quality portfolio of tin projects: three are located in Tasmania, including its flagship Great Pyramid Project, with a fourth in New South Wales, Australia. The company aims to advance its highly prospective portfolio while also evaluating additional tin opportunities.

TinOne is supported by Inventa Capital Corp.

Great Pyramid Tin Project

The Great Pyramid Project is located around Pyramid Hill in the tier one mining jurisdiction of Tasmania, Australia. It is TinOne Resources’ most advanced and active project across its portfolio and is wholly owned by the company.

The deposit is hosted by the Mathinna Supergroup sandstones, with cassiterite mineralisation formed within closely spaced bearing veins. A historic resource completed for the previous owners showed an inferred resource of 10.4 kt contained tin at 0.2% Sn, mostly found within 40m of the surface.

The deposit is unconstrained laterally or vertically and is considered open for expansion in all directions. Regional comparisons suggest a tin-fertile granite exists below the deposit which is yet to be explored. Expansion drilling is underway to confirm historic resource, with the potential to significantly grow the resource.

Project Information

Project Name Great Pyramid
Country Australia (TAS)
Mine Type Open Pit
Product Concentrates
Output (t/y Sn) 510
Mine Life (years) 10

Historic non-CRIRSCO Compliant Inferred Resource

Ore (Mt) 5.2 Metal (t)
Sn (%) 0.20 10,400


Non-CRIRSCO Compliant Indicated Resource

Ore (Mt) 5.76 Metal (t)
Sn (%) 0.64 36,864