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Corporate Focus

  • Tartisan is focused on creating shareholder value by exploring for Gold-Silver in Perú's prolific North-Central mineralized belt.

  • Tartisan's flagship property is the "La Victoria" which comprises approximately 3,260 ha and lies within this 300 km belt along the Andes which hosts 12 operating mines, 3 of which are world class producers.

  • La Victoria has excellent potential to host high-grade oxide and sulphide epithermal Au, Ag vein systems as well as potential for a large, low-grade, disseminated Cu, Au and Ag (porphyry-type) deposit.


  • Significant mining and exploration projects in the vicinity of the La Victoria property
  • Below you will see a panoramic view looking north-northwest from the La Victoria property
  • Producing mines can be seen in close proximity to our property

Exploration Work Conducted To Date

  • Consisted of:
    • Installation of Four Geodesic Benchmarks
    • Topographic survey with two meter spacing
    • Ground Magnetic Geophysical Survey (MAG)
    • 600+ samples taken for Geochemical Survey plus ICP, Au, Ag and over limit analyses
    • Completion of a Technical Report NI 43-101
    • An access road to La Victoria Property has been completed
    • Preparation of a road survey and infrastructure improvements to the Ruffina Property
  • $500,000 plus expended over 5 months
  • 3 temporary base camps were constructed on the property for workers
  • Work done has located additional areas of mineralization, including 3 significant anomalies

La Victoria Property - Three Known Anomalies

  • 8 Claims, 4,460 Ha
  • 3,100 - 4,200 m above sea level
  • $500,000 plus in exploration expenses in 2010
  • $1.6 million recommended work program post IPO
  • Grab samples of note:
    • San Markito: 1814 g Ag/t - (0.3m x 0.4m)
    • San Markito: 1453 g Ag/t - (0.3m x 0.7m)
    • Rufina: 46.47 g Au/t - (0.25m x 3 m)

San Markito - La Victoria Anomaly

Geology and Mineralization
The mineralization is genetically-related to the quartz porphyrytic dacite subvolcanic intrusive rock (QFP) that has intruded both the Diorite and Chicama Formation rocks

Hydrothermal breccias formed near the intrusive contact within a NW trending structural corridor covering over 500,000 m2

IP Survey Lines

  • IP Survey commenced July 2011
  • IP survey performed by VDG del Peru SAC with follow up interpretation and report writing in progress
  • Survey was designed to cover known anomalies
  • Results of survey will help define drill targets
  • Drilling scheduled to commence post IPO

Post IPO Activities

  • An Environmental Impact Report has been approved which has granted Tartisan the necessary permit to construct 20 drill-platforms and begin our drill program post IPO
  • Receive Induced Polarization Survey (IP) Report
  • Construct a permanent camp, purchase software and equipment
  • 4000 m NQ drilling program to test the: mineralized zones, down dip continuities and IP geophysical anomalies
  • Second access road to be built to the Ruffina Property
  • Trenching, geological mapping, sampling and geophysics (MAG & IP) to continue

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