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New focus for New World

US-focused New World Resources has added a new string to its bow by striking terms with a small North American concern for the acquisition of Arizona's historical Antler copper-zinc mine, which was discovered in the 1800s, but which has seen no work for almost five decades.

 The Antler mine has been untouched for decades.

The Antler mine has been untouched for decades.

The mine is famous for lending its name to Antlerite, a greenish copper sulphate mineral similar to malachite, once believed to be rare.    New World has paid SW Metals a US$50,000 payment for two...

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