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14 February 2019

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14(th) February 2019

Strategic Minerals plc

("Strategic Minerals", "SML" or the "Company")

200% increase in JORC Resource at Redmoor - 137,000 tonnes contained metal

Strategic Minerals plc (AIM: SML; USOTC: SMCDY), a producing mineral company actively developing projects prospective for battery materials, is pleased to announce that a Mineral Resource update, commenced after the completion of the highly successful Redmoor 2018 drilling programme and being undertaken through its 50% owned joint venture vehicle Cornwall Resources Limited ("CRL"), has indicated three times the contained metal reported in the 2018 Mineral Resource calculation.


   --   Inferred Tin Equivalent (SnEq) contained metal of 137,000 tonnes (45,000 tonnes previously). 

-- Inferred Mineral Resource 11.7 Mt @1.17% Tin Equivalent (SnEq) at a cut-off grade of 0.45% SnEq (derivation of equivalents and cut off grades is detailed later in this release).

   --   Increases since previous resource estimate (March 2018) of: 

o 200% increase contained metal

o 160% increase in resource tonnes; and

o 17% tin equivalent grade.

-- Included in the Inferred Mineral Resource is 10.2 Mt at a cut-off grade of 0.65% which has an average, tin equivalent grade of 1.26%, reinforcing the potential to economically mine the resource.

-- On a contained metal basis, and on a grade basis, the Redmoor Mineral Resource now ranks as one of the leading undeveloped tin-tungsten mining projects in the world.

   --   Ore body geometry appears likely to be amenable to future underground mining. 

-- Confirmation of the continuity of the Sheeted Vein System ("SVS"), which hosts the high-grade zones, over a strike length exceeding 1,000m and for some 650m down dip.

-- Further potential to increase the resource as it remains open at depth over much of its length and is open to the west with an additional high-grade Exploration Target of 4-8 Mt.

Commenting, Peter Wale, Executive Director, Strategic Minerals and Director, CRL, said:

"In the Company's view, the independent assessment of the inferred tin equivalent resource highlights the world class potential of the Redmoor project and sets an important milestone. The significantly upgraded resource statement validates the strong drilling results received during the 2018 programme. This provides the Company and its joint venture partner, New Age Exploration, confidence to progress towards the goal of restarting mining at Redmoor.

"In addition, apart from the area drilled sufficiently to be included in the Inferred Resource, SML considers that there remains serious target potential to the west along strike, as well as down dip. While this may provide an opportunity for future expansion of the resource, CRL's key focus, in the short term, will remain the area reported on in this release."

   1          Introduction 
   1.1       2018 Drilling Programme 

In June 2018, CRL began a drilling programme aimed at further increasing the tonnage and grade of the Redmoor high-grade tin-tungsten-copper resource within the Sheeted Vein System (SVS) at its Redmoor Project, which previously stood at an Inferred Resource of 4.5 Mt @ 1.0% Sn Eq.

A total of twelve holes were drilled from June to December 2018, for a total of 7,370 m. Every hole intersected mineralisation in high-grade zones within the SVS.

   1.2       Redmoor Geology Overview 

The Sheeted Vein System is a body in which numerous closely-spaced sub-parallel veins carry high-grade tin, tungsten and copper mineralisation. The SVS strikes at approximately 070deg and dips at approximately 70deg to the north. The SVS has a strike continuity of over 1,000 m with a thickness of approximately 100 m, and a variable known dip extent (250 - 650 m). The SVS is open down-dip over much of its length. Within this volume are a series of discrete high-grade zones, sub-parallel to the overall SVS envelope and to each other. The 2018 drilling successfully tested and expanded this high-grade material.

Distribution of the various metals demonstrates zonation within the structure. Tin is richer in the western parts, tungsten to the east and at depth and copper is typically richer higher in the system. All metals overlap to some degree.

   1.3       Inferred Mineral Resource Update 

In January and February 2019, following receipt of the final assays of the 2018 drilling programme, a resource update was completed by CRL's resource consultant Paul Gribble of Geologica (UK) and is reported here. Mr Gribble is Cornwall based and has extensive knowledge of tin, tungsten and copper vein deposits in SW England and worked at the South Crofty tin mine for more than 7 years. Mr Gribble currently acts as an independent resource consultant for clients which include Barrick Gold.

   1.4       Basis of Resource Estimate 

The updated Mineral Resource Estimate, is based upon:

-- Development of updated geological interpretations for the SVS based on results from the 2017 and 2018 drilling programmes and further analysis of historical data. 3D wireframe interpretations have been completed for a total of ten discrete high-grade zones within the SVS;

-- Drilling completed on a varied drilling spacing (approximately 100 by 80 m) to date over the high-grade zones within the SVS;

-- Statistical and geostatistical analyses of the assay and density data obtained during the above programme;

-- Interpolation of the assay data by ordinary kriging into 3D block models of the high-grade zones;

-- Assessment of the technical and economic potential for the resource to form the basis of an underground mining target; and

-- Reporting of an updated Mineral Resource according to the guidelines for such set out in the JORC Code.

-- All assays are based on continuous drill core samples from SWM drilling and CRL's 2017 and 2018 drilling programmes. The calculated intercepts include a minimum mining width and were composited for use in the resource estimation work. The intercepts are provided in Appendix 2.

   1.5       Updated Inferred Mineral Resource Statement 

The updated Inferred Mineral Resource for the Redmoor Project, is shown in Table 1 below.

Table 1 - Redmoor Inferred Mineral Resource Statement

Cut-off (SnEq%)           Tonnage (Mt)   WO    Sn    Cu   SnEq(2)  WO Eq(2) 
                                          %     %     %      %         % 
------------------------  ------------  ----  ----  ----  -------  -------- 
>0.45 <0.65                   1.5       0.18  0.21  0.30   0.58      0.41 
------------------------  ------------  ----  ----  ----  -------  -------- 
>0.65                         10.2      0.62  0.16  0.53   1.26      0.88 
------------------------  ------------  ----  ----  ----  -------  -------- 
Total Inferred resource       11.7      0.56  0.16  0.50   1.17      0.82 
------------------------  ------------  ----  ----  ----  -------  -------- 

A cut-off grade of 0.45% was applied in reporting the Mineral Resource, based on a Mining Study carried out by Consultants Mining One in 2018, which defined a break-even cut-off grade of 0.45%. This study also defined an indicative total cost cut-off grade of 0.67%; a rounded grade of 0.65% has been applied above to demonstrate the effect on tonnage and grade of applying such a higher total cost cut-off grade. Doing this increases grade to 1.26% SnEq and tonnage reduces to 10.2 Mt.

The following notes should be considered in conjunction with the table of Mineral Resources above:

1. Resource classification is based on preliminary economic concepts derived in the Mining One study in April 2018 for underground extraction, giving guidance for concepts of eventual economic extraction and the cut-off grades described in the narrative.

2. The entire Mineral Resource above a cut-off grade of 0.45% SnEq is in the Inferred Resource category. A very small tonnage (<0.05 Mt) within the estimate is excluded from the Resource being below that cut-off grade.

   3.   Rounding has been applied as required by reporting guidelines. 
   4.   Tonnage and grade are in metric units. 
   5.   Estimation of WO %, Sn% and Cu% was completed using Ordinary Kriging. 

6. SnEq% was derived using the formula Sn(Eq)% = Sn%*1 + WO %*1.43 + Cu%*0.40. WO Eq% was derived using the formula: WO (Eq)%= Sn%*0.7+WO %+Cu%*0.28. Commodity price assumptions: WO US$ 33,000/t, Sn US$ 22,000/t, Cu US$ 7,000/t. Metallurgical recovery assumptions: WO recovery 72%, Sn recovery 68% & Cu recovery 85% and payability assumptions of 81%, 90% and 90% respectively. Recovery and payability assumptions are taken from preliminary studies. See 'Note on calculation of Sn equivalent values and supporting recovery data' later in this document for further information.

7. Bulk density was derived from in excess of 1,500 determinations from the 2017 and 2018 diamond drilling programmes. Length weighted averages were calculated for each of the high-grade zones and that density applied to each high-grade zone.

   8.   Mineral Resources that are not Mineral Reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. 
   1.6       Comparison with March 2018 Resource Statement 

The updated Redmoor High Grade Inferred Mineral Resource estimate of 11.7 Mt @ 1.17% SnEq compares with the March 2018 Inferred Mineral Resource of 4.5 Mt @ 1.00% SnEq. At the 0.45% break-even cut off used, the Updated Inferred Mineral Resource also has an increased grade of 1.17% Sn Eq compared with the 2018 Mineral Resource of 1.0%. At a 0.65% total cost cut-off grade, the updated Mineral Resource grade would increase to 1.26%, for a reduced tonnage of 10.2 Mt.

This increase in size and grade of the updated Mineral Resource is due to the strong positive results of all holes drilled in 2018. The results provided confirmation of the geological model which projected the interpreted high-grade zones along strike and down dip, resulting in the increase in tonnes and grade described above. As a result, a significant proportion of the Exploration Target that was identified at the time of the March 2018 Mineral Resource estimate has been converted to Mineral Resource in this work.

   1.7       Exploration Target 

The March 2018 Mineral Resource statement also included an Exploration Target of 4-6 Mt at a grade of 0.9-1.3% SnEq1. Following completion of the 2019 resource update, a similar Exploration Target has been defined, in addition to the Inferred Mineral Resource, in accordance with the guidelines for such set out in the JORC Code, as shown in Table 2 below.

Table 2 - Redmoor 2019 Exploration Target

Description                    Tonnage (Mt)    SnEq% 
-----------------------------  ------------  --------- 
High Grade Exploration Target     4-8 Mt     1.0 - 1.4 
-----------------------------  ------------  --------- 

It should be noted that this Exploration Target estimate is conceptual in nature; there has been insufficient exploration to define a high-grade Mineral Resource in this volume and it is uncertain if further exploration will result in the determination of a Mineral Resource.

This slightly increased Exploration Target grade compared with the 2018 Exploration Target grade reflects the higher grades intersected in the 2018 drilling program, which it is expected will continue to be seen as deeper parts of the deposit are tested. The majority of the deposit remains open down-dip and along strike to the west where further potential exists and remains largely untested.

The Blogsters prospect, around 900 m to the west of, and directly on strike with the Redmoor deposit, is known to have been mined in the early 20th century. Whilst not included in the Mineral Resource or Exploration Target above, Blogsters provides exploration potential for further strike extension of the SVS which remains to be tested.

   1.8       Benchmarking Redmoor 

On a contained metal basis, the Redmoor Mineral Resource now ranks the (No. 1) largest undeveloped tin or tungsten underground mining project (applying a cut-off grade of 0.45%) as illustrated in the following table.

Table 3 - Redmoor Benchmarking

 Project Name                Resource Contained     Grade     Resource Classification 
                                   (SnEq)          (% SnEq) 
 Redmoor (SML/NAE)                137,000           1.17             Inferred 
                            -------------------  ----------  ------------------------ 
 Achmmach (Kasbah)                127,000           0.85       Measured & Indicated 
                            -------------------  ----------  ------------------------ 
 Rentails (Metals 
  X)                              124,000           0.55       Measured & Indicated 
                            -------------------  ----------  ------------------------ 
 Tellhauser (Anglo 
  Saxony)                         116,000           0.53       Indicated & Inferred 
                            -------------------  ----------  ------------------------ 
 Cleveland (Elementos)             78,000           0.70       Indicated & Inferred 
                            -------------------  ----------  ------------------------ 
 Heemskirk (Stellar)               72,000           1.13       Indicated & Inferred 
                            -------------------  ----------  ------------------------ 
 Oropesa (Elementos)               68,000           0.54       Indicated & Inferred 
                            -------------------  ----------  ------------------------ 
 South Crofty (Strongbow)          51,000           1.63       Indicated & Inferred 
                            -------------------  ----------  ------------------------ 

On a SnEq grade basis using this benchmarking data, Redmoor ranks as the 2nd highest grade known undeveloped tin or tungsten Mineral Resource in the world behind its Cornwall neighbour South Crofty.

   2          Work programme 
   2.1       Mining Study 

As a result of the successful completion of the resource update, CRL has requested a number of mining consultants to provide proposals for a scoping-level mining study. The appointed consultant will be expected to commence work during March 2019, the results of which study will be used to inform the optimal underground mining development strategy for the project and the work programme over the coming year.

   2.2       Metallurgical Testwork 

An initial ore characterisation and heavy media separation testwork programme on Redmoor ore is now well advanced at Wardell Armstrong International's Wheal Jane, Cornwall facility. This is expected to be completed during February 2019, enabling CRL to add to the existing metallurgical database with the aim of better identifying any critical metallurgical issues for the project at an early stage.

   2.3       Next Steps 

Following this encouraging resource estimate, the joint venture partners are reviewing the best route for advancement of the project towards a pre-feasibility study. This work programme will be clarified by the results of the mining and metallurgical studies, which will define operating parameters for the future project and thus enable future infill drilling and metallurgical work to be optimised.

   2.4       Note on calculation of Sn equivalent values and supporting recovery data 

For convenience, significant intercepts and resource grades are expressed in terms of a calculated tin equivalent value (Sn Eq), and tungsten equivalent value (WO(3) Eq) as well as their constituent Sn, Cu, WO(3) contents. Equivalent metal calculation formula; Sn(Eq)% = Sn%*1 + WO(3) %*1.43 + Cu%*0.40. WO(3) (Eq)%= Sn%*0.7+WO(3) %+Cu%*0.28.

Commodity price assumptions: WO(3) US$ 33,000/t, Sn US$ 22,000/t, Cu US$ 7,000/t.

Recovery assumptions: WO(3) recovery 72%, Sn recovery 68% & Cu recovery 85% and payability assumptions of 81%, 90% and 90% respectively

The metallurgical recoveries used are directly derived from testwork that was carried out by South West Minerals from 1980 to 1985 through South West Metallurgical Services (SWMS); Penzance, Cornwall U.K, and by Robertson Research International (RRI); North Wales. This work was further reviewed for NAE by metallurgical consultants DevLure (Pty) in October 2015, and provides a basis for the recoveries assumed.

The company and Geologica are of the opinion, as a result, that all three elements of tin, copper, and tungsten, have reasonable potential to be recovered and sold.

The Redmoor deposit has a strong tin content in the upper levels and the area has historically been mined for tin and copper. At deeper levels a strong tungsten character is dominant. It is therefore considered appropriate to provide both tin and tungsten equivalent values.

   3          Competent Person's Statement 

The information in this announcement that relates to the Mineral Resource Estimate is based on information compiled and/or reviewed by Paul Gribble C.Eng., a Fellow of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining (FIMMM), and who is Principal Geologist of Geologica UK (Geologica). Paul Gribble has sufficient experience which is relevant to the style of mineralisation and type of deposit under consideration and to the activity which he is undertaking to qualify as a Competent Person as defined in the 2012 Edition of the 'Australasian Code for Reporting of Exploration Results, Mineral Resources and Ore Reserves'. Paul Gribble is also a Competent Person "as defined in the "Note for Mining and Oil & Gas Companies" which form part of the AIM Rules for Companies". Paul Gribble has reviewed and consented to the inclusion in the announcement of the matters based on his information in the form and context in which it appears.

   4          Forward Looking Statements 

This report contains "forward-looking information" that is based on the Company's expectations, estimates and forecasts as of the date on which the statements were made. This forward-looking information includes, among other things, statements with respect to the Company's business strategy, plans, objectives, performance, outlook, growth, cash flow, earnings per share and shareholder value, projections, targets and expectations, mineral reserves and resources, results of exploration and related expenses, property acquisitions, mine development, mine operations, drilling activity, sampling and other data, grade and recovery levels, future production, capital costs, expenditures for environmental matters, life of mine, completion dates, commodity prices and demand, and currency exchange rates. Generally, this forward-looking information can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as "outlook", "anticipate", "project", "target", "likely", "believe", "estimate", "expect", "intend", "may", "would", "could", "should", "scheduled", "will", "plan", "forecast" and similar expressions. The forward-looking information is not factual but rather represents only expectations, estimates and/or forecasts about the future and therefore need to be read bearing in mind the risks and uncertainties concerning future events generally.

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Notes to Editors

Strategic Minerals Plc is an AIM-quoted, operating minerals company actively developing projects prospective for battery materials. It has an operation in the United States of America and development projects in the UK and Australia. The Company is focused on utilising its operating cash flows, along with capital raisings, to develop high quality projects aimed at supplying the metals and minerals being sought in the burgeoning electric vehicle/battery market.

In September 2011, Strategic Minerals acquired the Cobre magnetite tailings dam project in New Mexico, USA, a cash-generating asset, which it brought into production in 2012 and which continues to provide a revenue stream for the Company. This operating revenue stream is utilised to cover company overheads and invest in development projects orientated to supplying the burgeoning electric vehicle/battery market.

In January 2016, the portfolio was expanded with the acquisition of shares in Central Australian Rare Earths Pty Ltd, which holds tenements in Western Australia and the Northern Territory that are prospective for cobalt, gold, nickel sulphides and rare earth elements. The Company has since acquired all shares in Central Australian Rare Earths Pty Ltd. In September 2018, the Company entered contracts for the sale of certain CARE tenements that have been identified as gold targets.

In May 2016, the Company entered into an agreement with New Age Exploration Limited and, in February 2017, acquired 50% of the Redmoor Tin/Tungsten project in Cornwall, UK. The bulk of the funds from the Company's investment were utilised to complete a drilling programme that year. The drilling programme resulted in a significant upgrade of the resource. The 12-hole 2018 drilling programme has now been completed and the resource update that resulted is contained within this announcement.

In March 2018, the Company completed the acquisition of the Leigh Creek Copper Mine situated in the copper rich belt of South Australia and is currently working to bring this into operation in 2019.


JORC Code, 2012 Edition - Table 1

Section 1: Sampling Techniques and Data

 Criteria       JORC Code explanation                                         Commentary 
 Sampling                                                                          2017 and 2018 drilling 
  techniques     *    Nature and quality of sampling (e.g. cut channels,             *    The results announced here are from diamond drill 
                      random chips, or specific specialised industry                      core samples. Core was aligned prior to splitting and 
                      standard measurement tools appropriate to the                       halved using a core saw, based on geological 
                      minerals under investigation, such as down hole gamma               boundaries, typically of 1m sample length, and up to 
                      sondes, or handheld XRF instruments, etc.). These                   2.5m in less mineralised zones. Sections that did not 
                      examples should not be taken as limiting the broad                  appear mineralised were not sampled. 
                      meaning of sampling. 
                                                                                     *    Drilling was orientated where possible to intersect 
                 *    Include reference to measures taken to ensure sample                the target as closely as possible to perpendicular. 
                      representivity and the appropriate calibration of any               The deposit contains multiple different 
                      measurement tools or systems used.                                  mineralisation sets, and so for this reason and 
                                                                                          limitations of access, not all holes comply with 
                 *    Aspects of the determination of mineralisation that 
                      are Material to the Public Report. 
                                                                                    Previous drilling 
                 *    In cases where 'industry standard' work has been done          *    The previous exploration results are based on a 
                      this would be relatively simple (e.g. 'reverse                      diamond core surface drilling programme undertaken by 
                      circulation drilling was used to obtain 1 m samples                 SWM between 1980 and 1983 as well as historical data 
                      from which 3 kg was pulverised to produce a 30 g                    collected from reports and memos relating to 
                      charge for fire assay'). In other cases more                        underground operations and recording sampling carried 
                      explanation may be required, such as where there is                 out when mining was active. 
                      coarse gold that has inherent sampling problems. 
                      Unusual commodities or mineralisation types (e.g. 
                      submarine nodules) may warrant disclosure of detailed          *    The drilling was orientated to intersect the 
                      information.                                                        mineralisation at high angles with the exception, in 
                                                                                          many cases, of Johnson's Lode as this dips in the 
                                                                                          opposite direction to the other lodes and SVS. The 
                                                                                          holes were sampled for assaying and density 
               ------------------------------------------------------------  ------------------------------------------------------------------ 
 Drilling                                                                          2018 drilling 
  techniques     *    Drill type (e.g. core, reverse circulation, open-hole         *    All drilling was carried out by diamond core drilling, 
                      hammer, rotary air blast, auger, Bangka, sonic, etc.)              of HQ to NQ diameter (63.5-47.6mm). 
                      and details (e.g. core diameter, triple or standard 
                      tube, depth of diamond tails, face-sampling bit or 
                      other type, whether core is oriented and if so, by            *    Core was oriented through the majority of the core 
                      what method, etc.).                                                drilled, using a Reflex ACT III system. 
                                                                                   2017 drilling 
                                                                                    *    All drilling was carried out by diamond core drilling, 
                                                                                         of HQ3 to BTW diameter (61-42mm). 
                                                                                    *    Core was generally oriented within the mineralised 
                                                                                         zone, using a Reflex ACT II system. 
                                                                                   Previous drilling 
                                                                                    *    All historic drillholes were completed using HQ, NQ 
                                                                                         or BQ diamond core. 
                                                                                    *    The holes were primarily orientated to intersect the 
                                                                                         northerly dipping vein system from the north. 
               ------------------------------------------------------------  ------------------------------------------------------------------ 
 Drill sample                                                                      2018 drilling 
  recovery       *    Method of recording and assessing core and chip               *    Recoveries were generally good through mineralisation, 
                      sample recoveries and results assessed.                            and typically better than 90%. Recoveries were 
                                                                                         measured for each run drilled, normally within 24 
                                                                                         hours of the hole being drilled. 
                 *    Measures taken to maximise sample recovery and ensure 
                      representative nature of the samples. 
                                                                                    *    Voids where encountered were clearly logged as such. 
                 *    Whether a relationship exists between sample recovery 
                      and grade and whether sample bias may have occurred           *    Other than where an area may have been mined, as 
                      due to preferential loss/gain of fine/coarse                       mentioned above, no negative relationship was seen 
                      material.                                                          between recovery and mineralisation. 
                                                                                   2017 drilling 
                                                                                    *    Recoveries were generally good through mineralisation, 
                                                                                         and typically better than 90%. Recoveries were 
                                                                                         measured for each run drilled, normally within 24 
                                                                                         hours of the hole being drilled. 
                                                                                    *    Triple Tube drilling was used where possible given 
                                                                                         available equipment and core diameter, to enable 
                                                                                         precise definition of recovery. 
                                                                                    *    Voids where encountered were clearly logged as such. 
                                                                                    *    Other than where an area may have been mined, as 
                                                                                         mentioned above, no negative relationship was seen 
                                                                                         between recovery and grade. 
                                                                                   Previous drilling 
                                                                                    *    All historic drillholes were completed using HQ, NQ 
                                                                                         or BQ diamond core. Core recovery was recorded on the 
                                                                                         logs and the results suggest that the core recovery 
                                                                                         was relatively high, typically ranging from 80% to 
                                                                                         100%, the higher losses being in areas of poor 
                                                                                         ground. Geologica and CRL are not aware of specific 
                                                                                         measures taken to reduce core loss but where 
                                                                                         excessive losses were experienced holes were 
                                                                                         re-drilled. There is no apparent relationship between 
                                                                                         core loss and grade in holes used for resource 
               ------------------------------------------------------------  ------------------------------------------------------------------ 
 Logging                                                                           2017 and 2018 drilling 
                 *    Whether core and chip samples have been geologically           *    All drill core was digitally logged for lithology, 
                      and geotechnically logged to a level of detail to                   veining, mineralisation, weathering, geotechnical 
                      support appropriate Mineral Resource estimation,                    characteristics, and structure. 
                      mining studies and metallurgical studies. 
                                                                                     *    All core was photographed and referenced to downhole 
                 *    Whether logging is qualitative or quantitative in                   geology using Micromine software. 
                      nature. Core (or costean, channel, etc.) photography. 
                                                                                     *    Voids where encountered were clearly logged as such. 
                 *    The total length and percentage of the relevant 
                      intersections logged. 
                                                                                    Previous drilling 
                                                                                     *    Detailed geological core logging and recording of the 
                                                                                          features of the core was undertaken as part of the 
                                                                                          historic drilling campaign and these logs remain 
                                                                                          available for review. 
                                                                                     *    Mineralogical descriptions are qualitative but 
                                                                                          detailed. Details of all relevant intersections are 
                                                                                          separately noted. 
               ------------------------------------------------------------  ------------------------------------------------------------------ 
 Sub-sampling                                                                      2017 and 2018 drilling 
  techniques      *    If core, whether cut or sawn and whether quarter,             *    Sawn half core was used for all samples submitted to 
  and sample           half or all core taken.                                            the laboratory. The remaining half core is preserved 
  preparation                                                                             in the core trays as a record. 
                  *    If non-core, whether riffled, tube sampled, rotary 
                       split, etc. and whether sampled wet or dry.                   *    The routine sample procedure is always to take the 
                                                                                          half core to the left of the orientation line looking 
                                                                                          down the hole. 
                  *    For all sample types, the nature, quality and 
                       appropriateness of the sample preparation technique. 
                                                                                     *    The halved samples were submitted to ALS Loughrea 
                                                                                          laboratory. There, samples, typically in the range 
                  *    Quality control procedures adopted for all                         3-7kg were dried and finely crushed to better than 70 
                       sub-sampling stages to maximise representivity of                  % passing a 2 mm screen. A split of up to 250 g, 
                       samples.                                                           later increased to 1,000g, was taken and pulverized 
                                                                                          to better than 85 % passing a 75 micron screen. 
                  *    Measures taken to ensure that the sampling is 
                       representative of the in situ material collected,             *    Copies of internal laboratory QC validating that the 
                       including for instance results for field                           targeted particle size was being achieved were 
                       duplicate/second-half sampling.                                    received. 
                  *    Whether sample sizes are appropriate to the grain             *    5% of samples were re-assayed as coarse reject 
                       size of the material being sampled.                                duplicates. 
                                                                                     *    Once assay results are received, the results from 
                                                                                          duplicate samples are compared with the corresponding 
                                                                                          routine sample to ascertain whether the sampling is 
                                                                                     *    Sample sizes are considered appropriate for the style 
                                                                                          and type of mineralisation, if halved core is used. 
                                                                                    Previous drilling 
                                                                                     *    Historic drill core was typically sampled at 2 m 
                                                                                          intervals, using either half core ('split core') 
                                                                                          analysis or geochemical chip sampling. The remaining 
                                                                                          half core (relating to split core analysis) was 
                                                                                          stored for reference. No details are available with 
                                                                                          regards quality control procedures in general. 
               ------------------------------------------------------------  ------------------------------------------------------------------ 
 Quality                                                                           2017 and 2018 drilling 
  of assay       *    The nature, quality and appropriateness of the                *    Analysis by method ME-ICP81x was carried out using a 
  data and            assaying and laboratory procedures used and whether                sodium peroxide fusion for decomposition and then 
  laboratory          the technique is considered partial or total.                      analysed by ICP-AES for 34 elements, including Sn, Cu, 
  tests                                                                                  and W. The upper and lower detection limits are 
                                                                                         considered acceptable for the target elements of Sn, 
                 *    For geophysical tools, spectrometers, handheld XRF                 Cu, and W. A limited number of samples were also 
                      instruments, etc., the parameters used in determining              analysed for silver by method Ag-ICP61. 
                      the analysis including instrument make and model, 
                      reading times, calibrations factors applied and their 
                      derivation, etc.                                              *    Where grades by method ME-ICP81x exceed 0.5% W, an 
                                                                                         additional assay for high grade W by method ME-XRF15b 
                                                                                         was subsequently carried out. These results replace 
                 *    Nature of quality control procedures adopted (e.g.                 relevant W values for ME-ICP81x and have been 
                      standards, blanks, duplicates, external laboratory                 utilised for the resource estimation. 
                      checks) and whether acceptable levels of accuracy 
                      (i.e. lack of bias) and precision have been 
                      established.                                                  *    The laboratory shared their internal QC data on 
                                                                                         blanks, pulp duplicates and standards. CRL also 
                                                                                         inserted 5% each of blanks, standards and coarse 
                                                                                         duplicates, as a further control. 
                                                                                    *    While there was some spread in the repeatability of 
                                                                                         the 2017 coarse rejects the results are acceptable 
                                                                                         and to industry guidelines; CRL's blanks show no 
                                                                                         significant contamination issues and the assays of 
                                                                                         the laboratory standards, which cover a range of 
                                                                                         metal values for each of Sn, Cu, W, show no bias 
                                                                                         subject to the protocol above being used. 
                                                                                   Previous drilling 
                                                                                    *    Historic drill core was typically sampled at 2 m 
                                                                                         intervals, using either half core ('split core') 
                                                                                         analysis or geochemical chip sampling. The remaining 
                                                                                         half core (relating to split core analysis) was 
                                                                                         stored for reference. No details are available with 
                                                                                         regards quality control procedures in general. 
                                                                                    *    No information is available on the laboratory sample 
                                                                                         preparation and analysis and quality control 
                                                                                         programmes used for the historic drilling. 
                                                                                    *    Verification sampling was previously completed by 
                                                                                         SRK* and CRL, under which samples were prepared at 
                                                                                         SGS Cornwall and assayed at the Wheal Jane 
                                                                                         laboratory. SRK visited these facilities and reviewed 
                                                                                         the sample preparation and assaying process. The 
                                                                                         assaying process involves crushing, splitting, 
                                                                                         milling and homogenization. XRF and Atomic Absorption 
                                                                                         Spectroscopy (AAS) were conducted on the samples. SRK 
                                                                                         considered the laboratory to be working in accordance 
                                                                                         with accepted industry standards. 
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 Verification                                                                      2018 drilling 
 of sampling     *    The verification of significant intersections by               *    Geologica UK has reviewed the assay results included 
 and assaying         either independent or alternative company personnel.                in this release and completed a 100% validation check 
                                                                                          of the 2018 drilling database against laboratory 
                                                                                          analysis certificates. 
                 *    The use of twinned holes. 
                 *    Documentation of primary data, data entry procedures,         2017 drilling 
                      data verification, data storage (physical and                  *    SRK received copies of CRL's database and laboratory 
                      electronic) protocols.                                              analysis certificates and reviewed the significant 
                 *    Discuss any adjustment to assay data. 
                                                                                     *    No twinned holes have been drilled as part of the 
                                                                                          current programme. 
                                                                                     *    SRK visited the CRL site and audited data entry and 
                                                                                          verification procedures. Data is automatically backed 
                                                                                          up off-site. 
                                                                                     *    Within significant intercepts, values at detection 
                                                                                          limits were replaced with 0.5 of the detection limit 
                                                                                          value. Where duplicate assays exist for the same 
                                                                                          interval a straight average is taken. 
                                                                                    Previous drilling 
                                                                                     *    SRK was supplied with scanned historical drill logs 
                                                                                          which have been entered into a Microsoft Excel 
                                                                                     *    SRK completed a number of checks on the raw data and 
                                                                                          data entry process and applied corrections where 
                                                                                          necessary. Based on the verification work completed, 
                                                                                          SRK is confident that the compiled excel database is 
                                                                                          an accurate reflection of the available historic 
                                                                                          drilling data. 
                                                                                     *    Whilst further verification work is required to add 
                                                                                          confidence to the database, SRK considered that the 
                                                                                          check sampling undertaken confirms the presence of 
                                                                                          anomalous grades for the primary elements assayed, 
                                                                                          and that the 2017 drilling confirms these. 
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 Location                                                                          2018 drilling 
  of data        *    Accuracy and quality of surveys used to locate drill           *    All collar positions, together with a location map 
  points              holes (collar and down-hole surveys), trenches, mine                are presented in the release dated 23 January 2019. 
                      workings and other locations used in Mineral Resource 
                                                                                     *    Planned collar locations were recorded as six-figure 
                                                                                          grid references, together with RL values in metres, 
                 *    Specification of the grid system used.                              in the British National Grid (OSGB) coordinate 
                                                                                          system. These were surveyed using a real-time 
                                                                                          corrected DGPS operated by a professional survey 
                 *    Quality and adequacy of topographic control.                        company, 4D Civil Engineering Surveying Ltd (4D-CES). 
                                                                                          Final pick -up of actual hole positions is completed 
                                                                                          on completion of each site; variation from planned 
                                                                                          positions is generally 
                                                                                     *    Downhole surveys were conducted using the Reflex 
                                                                                          EZ-Trac system, as a minimum every 50m downhole. 
                                                                                          Aluminium extension rods were used to minimise 
                                                                                          magnetic error. 
                                                                                     *    Initial collar set up was conducted using an optical 
                                                                                          sighting compass, at least 10m from the rig, for 
                                                                                          azimuth, and an inclinometer on the rig for 
                                                                                    2017 drilling 
                                                                                     *    Collar locations were recorded as six-figure grid 
                                                                                          references, together with RL values in metres, in the 
                                                                                          British National Grid (OSGB) coordinate system. These 
                                                                                          were surveyed using a real-time corrected DGPS 
                                                                                          operated by a professional survey company. 
                                                                                     *    Downhole surveys were conducted using the Reflex 
                                                                                          EZ-Trac system, as a minimum every 50m downhole. 
                                                                                          Aluminium extension rods were used to minimise 
                                                                                          magnetic error. 
                                                                                     *    Initial collar set up was conducted using an optical 
                                                                                          sighting compass, at least 10m from the rig, for 
                                                                                          azimuth, and an inclinometer on the rig for 
                                                                                    Previous drilling 
                                                                                     *    Historic drillhole logs present collar locations as 
                                                                                          six-figure grid references in British National Grid 
                                                                                          (OSGB) coordinate system. In the absence of RL data, 
                                                                                          SRK projected collars on to (2005) Lidar topographic 
                                                                                          survey data. 
                                                                                     *    Downhole surveys were typically recorded using either 
                                                                                          acid tube test or single shot survey camera, with 
                                                                                          readings taken at approximately every 50 m. 
                                                                                     *    Historic plans of the drilling and drillhole traces 
                                                                                          have been digitized and show a good correlation with 
                                                                                          the above. 
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 Data spacing                                                                      2018 drilling 
 and             *    Data spacing for reporting of Exploration Results.             *    The programme aimed to extend previously identified 
 distribution                                                                             mineralisation. 
                 *    Whether the data spacing and distribution is 
                      sufficient to establish the degree of geological and           *    Data spacing is typically 100-150m apart, and locally 
                      grade continuity appropriate for the Mineral Resource               less. 
                      and Ore Reserve estimation procedure(s) and 
                      classifications applied. 
                                                                                     *    Data spacing provides an acceptable degree of 
                                                                                          geological and grade continuity for Mineral Resource 
                 *    Whether sample compositing has been applied.                        estimation in the Inferred category. 
                                                                                     *    Samples were composited to 2m for continuity analysis 
                                                                                          and estimation. 
                                                                                    2017 drilling 
                                                                                     *    The programme aimed at extending and improving 
                                                                                          continuity of previously identified mineralisation. 
                                                                                     *    The data spacing varies depending on the target, 
                                                                                          within the SVS this is 100-150m apart, and often 
                                                                                     *    Compositing was applied in order to calculate 
                                                                                          intersected width equivalents, on an interval length 
                                                                                          weighted-average basis. 
                                                                                    Previous drilling 
                                                                                     *    The drillholes and sample intersections are typically 
                                                                                          some 100-150m apart in the main lodes and lode 
                                                                                          systems of interest which has provided a reasonable 
                                                                                          indication of continuity of structure for the SVS, 
                                                                                          Johnson's Lode and the Great South Lode. All 
                                                                                          individual sample assays remain available. 
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 Orientation                                                                       2018 drilling 
 of data         *    Whether the orientation of sampling achieves unbiased         *    Drillholes in the programme target the SVS and as 
 in relation          sampling of possible structures and the extent to                  secondary targets ancillary lodes such as Kelly Bray 
 to                   which this is known, considering the deposit type.                 lode. 
                 *    If the relationship between the drilling orientation          *    In order to minimize impact on local residents, some 
                      and the orientation of key mineralised structures is               holes were drilled oblique to the mineralisation. 
                      considered to have introduced a sampling bias, this 
                      should be assessed and reported if material. 
                                                                                    *    Notwithstanding this, the SVS mineralisation is 
                                                                                         interpreted to be a broad tabular mineralised zone. 
                                                                                         The orientation of the drilling is believed to be 
                                                                                         appropriate for the evaluation of this geometry as 
                                                                                         presently understood. 
                                                                                   2017 drilling 
                                                                                    *    Drillholes in the programme targeted the SVS, 
                                                                                         Johnson's Lode, Great South Lode, and Kelly Bray Lode, 
                                                                                         each of which has different dips. 
                                                                                    *    Some holes hit more than one of the above, and 
                                                                                         therefore could not be perpendicular to all 
                                                                                    *    In order to minimize impact on local residents, some 
                                                                                         holes were drilled oblique to the mineralisation. 
                                                                                    *    Notwithstanding this, the SVS mineralisation is 
                                                                                         interpreted to be a broad tabular mineralised zone 
                                                                                         with an internal plunge component. The orientation of 
                                                                                         the drilling is believed to be appropriate for the 
                                                                                         evaluation of this geometry as presently understood. 
                                                                                         It is recommended that this be further assessed 
                                                                                         during subsequent drilling. 
                                                                                    *    Intercepts are reported as apparent thicknesses 
                                                                                         except where otherwise stated. The data spacing 
                                                                                         varies depending on the target, within the SVS this 
                                                                                         is 100-150m apart, and often less. 
                                                                                   Previous drilling 
                                                                                    *    The drillholes and sample intersections are typically 
                                                                                         some 100-150m apart in the main lodes and lode 
                                                                                         systems of interest which has provided a reasonable 
                                                                                         indication of continuity of structure for the SVS, 
                                                                                         Johnson's Lode and the Great South Lode. All 
                                                                                         individual sample assays, and some of the drill core, 
                                                                                         remain available. 
                                                                                    *    The drillholes were orientated to intersect the SVS 
                                                                                         and Great South Lode at intersection angles of 
                                                                                         between 45 and 90 degrees. Two or three holes were 
                                                                                         though often drilled from one site to limit the 
                                                                                         number of drill sites needed and also the 
                                                                                         intersection angles with Johnson's Lode are shallower 
                                                                                         then ideal due to the different orientation of this 
                                                                                         structure. Full intersections are however available 
                                                                                         in all cases so there should be no material bias and 
                                                                                         the differences between intersected and true lode 
                                                                                         widths has been accounted for in SRK's evaluation 
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 Sample                                                                            2017 and 2018 drilling 
  security        *    The measures taken to ensure sample security.                 *    All core is stored at CRL's secure warehouse facility 
                                                                                          and halved core retained. 
                                                                                     *    Samples are catalogued, ticketed, weighed, securely 
                                                                                          palletized, and dispatched by courier to the 
                                                                                          laboratory, where sample receipt is confirmed by 
                                                                                     *    ALS is an internationally accredited laboratory. 
                                                                                    Previous drilling 
                                                                                     *    No information is available on sample security for 
                                                                                          the historic drilling. 
                                                                                     *    The majority of the core boxes which had been stored 
                                                                                          in a dry container on racks remain intact though some 
                                                                                          of the core has been mixed up and core markers 
                                                                                          displaced over time and these had to be re-arranged 
                                                                                     *    SRK is satisfied that the verification re-sampling 
                                                                                          programmes undertaken by SRK and CRL utilised 
                                                                                          industry best practices for Chain of Custody 
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 Audits                                                                            2018 drilling 
  or reviews      *    The results of any audits or reviews of sampling              *    Geologica visited CRL's operations and facility in 
                       techniques and data.                                               August 2018 and conducted an audit of logging and 
                                                                                          sampling procedures. No significant concerns were 
                                                                                     *    Geologica are based in Cornwall and verified sampling 
                                                                                          through the 2018 drilling program on an ongoing 
                                                                                    2017 drilling 
                                                                                     *    SRK visited CRL's operations and facility in June 
                                                                                          2017 and conducted an audit of logging and sampling 
                                                                                          procedures. No significant concerns were identified. 
                                                                                    Previous drilling 
                                                                                     *    SRK is unaware of any reviews or audits which may 
                                                                                          have been completed other than those undertaken by 
                                                                                          SRK itself. 
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Section 2: Reporting of Exploration Results

 Criteria         JORC Code explanation                                            Commentary 
 Mineral                                                                           The Project is located immediately 
 tenement           *    Type, reference name/number, location and ownership        south of the village of Kelly 
 and land                including agreements or material issues with third         Bray and approximately 0.5km 
 tenure status           parties such as joint ventures, partnerships,              north of the town of Callington 
                         overriding royalties, native title interests,              in Cornwall in the United 
                         historical sites, wilderness or national park and          Kingdom. 
                         environmental settings. 
                                                                                    In October 2012, NAE Resources 
                                                                                    (UK) Limited acquired a 100% 
                    *    The security of the tenure held at the time of             interest in the Redmoor Tin-Tungsten 
                         reporting along with any known impediments to              Project through an Exploration 
                         obtaining a licence to operate in the area.                License and Option Agreement 
                                                                                    with the owner of mineral 
                                                                                    rights covering a large area 
                                                                                    of approximately 23km(2) that 
                                                                                    includes the Redmoor Project. 
                                                                                    The Exploration License was 
                                                                                    granted for an initial period 
                                                                                    of 15 years with modest annual 
                                                                                    payments. On 14 November 2016, 
                                                                                    NAE Resources (UK) Limited 
                                                                                    changed its name to Cornwall 
                                                                                    Resources Limited (CRL). 
                                                                                    CRL also has the option to 
                                                                                    a 25 year Mining Lease, extendable 
                                                                                    by a further 25 years which 
                                                                                    can be exercised at any time 
                                                                                    during the term of the Exploration 
                                                                                    License. The Mining Lease 
                                                                                    permits commercial extraction 
                                                                                    of the minerals subject to 
                                                                                    obtaining planning and other 
                                                                                    approvals required and is 
                                                                                    subject to a 3% Net Smelter 
                                                                                    Return royalty payable to 
                                                                                    the mineral right owner once 
                                                                                    commercial production has 
                                                                                    commenced. CRL also has a 
                                                                                    pre-emptive right over the 
                                                                                    sale of the mineral rights 
                                                                                    by the vendor. Surface land 
                                                                                    access for exploration drilling 
                                                                                    and mining over some of the 
                                                                                    Redmoor deposit is also included 
                                                                                    in these agreements. 
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 Exploration                                                                       South West Minerals (SWM) 
  done by other     *    Acknowledgment and appraisal of exploration by other       conducted exploration, including 
  parties                parties.                                                   drilling, in the area from 
                                                                                    1980 to 1986. The area was 
                                                                                    the subject of underground 
                                                                                    development and processing 
                                                                                    from the 18(th) century to 
                                                                                    around 1946. Geologica are 
                                                                                    unaware of any exploration 
                                                                                    undertaken by parties other 
                                                                                    than South West Minerals (SWM). 
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 Geology                                                                           The geology of the Redmoor 
                    *    Deposit type, geological setting and style of              Project is typical of other 
                         mineralisation.                                            established mining areas of 
                                                                                    Cornwall. Tin, tungsten and 
                                                                                    metal sulphide mineralisation 
                                                                                    is spatially related to granite 
                                                                                    intrusions which have caused 
                                                                                    mineral containing fluids 
                                                                                    to transport and deposit tin, 
                                                                                    tungsten and copper bearing 
                                                                                    minerals along fractures and 
                                                                                    faults in surrounding rocks. 
                                                                                    At Redmoor the mineralisation 
                                                                                    occurs both in discrete veins 
                                                                                    (lodes) and within a stockwork 
                                                                                    and sheeted zone of numerous 
                                                                                    closely spaced quartz veins 
                                                                                    known as the Sheeted Vein 
                                                                                    System (SVS). 
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 Drill hole                                                                                   2018 drilling 
  Information          *    A summary of all information material to the                        *    Drillhole collar data including position, RL, azimuth, 
                            understanding of the exploration results including a                     inclination, and length is provided in the release 
                            tabulation of the following information for all                          dated 24 January 2019. 
                            Material drill holes: 
                                                                                               2017 drilling 
                      o easting and northing of                                                 *    Drillhole collar data including position, RL, azimuth, 
                      the drill hole collar                                                          inclination, and length were reported in the releases 
                      o elevation or RL (Reduced                                                     dated 7 September, 1 November, and 11 December 2018. 
                      Level - elevation above sea 
                      level in metres) of the drill 
                      hole collar                                                               *    Depths of intercepts were reported in the releases 
                      o dip and azimuth of the                                                       dated 7 September, 1 November, and 11 December 2018. 
                      o down hole length and interception 
                      depth                                                                     *    Figures previously presented in the 26 November 2015 
                      o hole length.                                                                 announcement show the relative location and 
                       *    If the exclusion of this information is justified on                     orientation of the drilling completed by SWM. 
                            the basis that the information is not Material and 
                            this exclusion does not detract from the 
                            understanding of the report, the Competent Person 
                            should clearly explain why this is the case. 
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 Data                                                                                   2017 and 2018 drilling 
 aggregation        *    In reporting Exploration Results, weighting averaging            *    Weighted average intercepts were calculated using 
 methods                 techniques, maximum and/or minimum grade truncations                  sample weighting by length of sample interval. 
                         (e.g. cutting of high grades) and cut-off grades are 
                         usually Material and should be stated. 
                                                                                          *    No high cut was thought to be appropriate. 
                    *    Where aggregate intercepts incorporate short lengths 
                         of high grade results and longer lengths of low grade            *    Intervals were constructed to reflect average 
                         results, the procedure used for such aggregation                      mineralisation of more than 0.5% Sn equivalent. 
                         should be stated and some typical examples of such                    Internal dilution is accepted where a geological 
                         aggregations should be shown in detail.                               basis is thought to exist for reporting a wider 
                                                                                               package, for example within the SVS. 
                    *    The assumptions used for any reporting of metal 
                         equivalent values should be clearly stated.                     Previous drilling 
                                                                                          *    These are geologically rather than cut-off defined 
                                                                                               and all composited grades reported are length 
                                                                                               weighted assays without cutting. 
                                                                                         For each of 2017 and previous 
                                                                                         drilling, results are expressed 
                                                                                         in Sn equivalent and WO(3) 
                                                                                         equivalent values. The assumptions 
                                                                                         for this calculation are: Metal    Price        Payability   Recovery 
                                                                                          Sn       $22,000/t    90%          68% 
                                                                                                  -----------  -----------  --------- 
                                                                                          Cu       $7,000/t     90%          85% 
                                                                                                  -----------  -----------  --------- 
                                                                                          W         (APT)       81%          72% 
                                                                                                  -----------  -----------  --------- 
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 Relationship                                                                           2017 and 2018 drilling 
 between            *    These relationships are particularly important in the            *    The SVS mineralisation is interpreted to be a broad 
 mineralisation          reporting of Exploration Results.                                     tabular mineralised zone with an internal plunge 
 widths and                                                                                    component, which is currently being evaluated. 
 lengths            *    If the geometry of the mineralisation with respect to 
                         the drill hole angle is known, its nature should be              *    The orientation of the drilling is believed to be 
                         reported.                                                             appropriate for the evaluation of this geometry as 
                                                                                               presently understood. It is recommended that this be 
                                                                                               further assessed during subsequent drilling. 
                    *    If it is not known and only the down hole lengths are 
                         reported, there should be a clear statement to this 
                         effect (e.g. 'down hole length, true width not                   *    Intercepts are reported as apparent thicknesses 
                         known').                                                              except where otherwise stated. 
                                                                                         Previous drilling 
                                                                                          *    Full intersections are available in all cases so 
                                                                                               there should be no material bias and the differences 
                                                                                               between intersected and true lode widths were 
                                                                                               accounted for in consultant SRK's evaluation 
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 Diagrams                                                                          Appropriate maps, plans, sections 
                    *    Appropriate maps and sections (with scales) and            and other views of the interpreted 
                         tabulations of intercepts should be included for any       mineralisation are included 
                         significant discovery being reported These should          in the announcement. 
                         include, but not be limited to a plan view of drill 
                         hole collar locations and appropriate sectional 
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 Balanced                                                                          The announcement presents 
  reporting         *    Where comprehensive reporting of all Exploration           all of the salient exploration 
                         Results is not practicable, representative reporting       data that supports the results 
                         of both low and high grades and/or widths should be        presented and where summarised 
                         practiced to avoid misleading reporting of                 is done so in such a way as 
                         Exploration Results.                                       to convey all of the results 
                                                                                    in a balanced manner. 
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 Other                                                                             All relevant new information 
 substantive        *    Other exploration data, if meaningful and material,        has been presented in the 
 exploration             should be reported including (but not limited to):         announcement. 
 data                    geological observations; geophysical survey results; 
                         geochemical survey results; bulk samples - size and 
                         method of treatment; metallurgical test results; bulk 
                         density, groundwater, geotechnical and rock 
                         characteristics; potential deleterious or 
                         contaminating substances. 
                 ===============================================================  ============================================================================ 
 Further work                                                                      The announcement summarises 
                    *    The nature and scale of planned further work (e.g.         the geological and other work 
                         tests for lateral extensions or depth extensions or        currently underway and planned 
                         large-scale step-out drilling).                            and the current considerations 
                                                                                    regarding the potential of 
                                                                                    the licence area. 
                    *    Diagrams clearly highlighting the areas of possible 
                         extensions, including the main geological 
                         interpretations and future drilling areas, provided 
                         this information is not commercially sensitive. 
                 ===============================================================  ============================================================================ 

* SRK acted as CP to CRL until August 2018, following which Geologica UK progressively assumed this role as the 2018 work proceeded.

Section 3: Estimation and Reporting of Mineral Resources

 Criteria             JORC Code explanation                                         Commentary 
 Database                                                                           Geologica has checked all 
  integrity             *    Measures taken to ensure that data has not been        assay and collar data supplied 
                             corrupted by, for example, transcription or keying     by CRL and is satisfied that 
                             errors, between its initial collection and its use     the data does not contain 
                             for Mineral Resource estimation purposes.              significant errors nor has 
                                                                                    it been corrupted. 
                                                                                    In compiling the historic 
                        *    Data validation procedures used.                       drillhole data, all historic 
                                                                                    drillhole logs and assay results 
                                                                                    were previously manually checked 
                                                                                    against the digital database. 
                                                                                    During the 2017 and 2018 drill 
                                                                                    phases, the drillhole database 
                                                                                    was validated in Micromine 
                                                                                    on a regular basis by CRL. 
                                                                                    Upon receipt of the data, 
                                                                                    Geologica validated the drillhole 
                                                                                    database through standard 
                                                                                    validation checks of all analysis 
                                                                                    data in Microsoft Excel and 
                                                                                    subsequently through import 
                                                                                    via the Seequent Leapfrog 
                                                                                    Geo ("Leapfrog") and MicroMine 
                                                                                    drillhole data validation 
                                                                                    routines. This checks for 
                                                                                    any overlapping intervals, 
                                                                                    from depths > to depths, duplicate 
                                                                                    locations, out of place 
                                                                                    values, missing collar and 
                                                                                    survey data, any down-hole 
                                                                                    intervals that exceed the 
                                                                                    max collar depth etc. 
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 Site visits                                                                        Geologica visited the Project 
                        *    Comment on any site visits undertaken by the           on a regular basis throughout, 
                             Competent Person and the outcome of those visits.      and following, the 2018 drill 
                                                                                    The purpose of the 2018 site 
                        *    If no site visits have been undertaken indicate why    visits was to inspect the 
                             this is the case.                                      new drill core intersections, 
                                                                                    and the quality of drilling, 
                                                                                    sampling and logging procedures 
                                                                                    put in place by CRL as well 
                                                                                    as to ensure a rigorous and 
                                                                                    supported geological 
                                                                                    was being applied. 
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 Geological                                                                         The wireframes used to constrain 
  interpretation       *    Confidence in (or conversely, the uncertainty of) the   the block model and grade 
                            geological interpretation of the mineral deposit.       interpolation were constructed 
                                                                                    based on CRL and Geologica's 
                                                                                    understanding of the geology 
                       *    Nature of the data used and of any assumptions made.    and mineralisation of the 
                                                                                    Redmoor deposit, as described 
                                                                                    in earlier sections. 
                       *    The effect, if any, of alternative interpretations on   Namely, the resource model 
                            Mineral Resource estimation.                            reflects the interpretation 
                                                                                    of a sheeted vein system package, 
                                                                                    with high grade lenses defined 
                       *    The use of geology in guiding and controlling Mineral   separately within this wider 
                            Resource estimation.                                    package, reflecting areas 
                                                                                    of elevated mineralisation, 
                                                                                    relating to zones of more 
                       *    The factors affecting continuity both of grade and      intense and closely-spaced 
                            geology.                                                quartz veining. 
                                                                                    Detailed downhole structural 
                                                                                    data collected by CRL was 
                                                                                    used to guide the orientation 
                                                                                    of the SVS and to assist in 
                                                                                    determining how/if to connect 
                                                                                    the high grade lenses. 
                                                                                    The high-grade lenses described 
                                                                                    are limited to identified 
                                                                                    high grade zones within the 
                                                                                    SVS that can be correlated 
                                                                                    (parallel to the trends identified 
                                                                                    in the downhole vein structural 
                                                                                    data) between at least three 
                                                                                    drillholes, with a maximum 
                                                                                    drillhole spacing of 150 m. 
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 Dimensions                                                                         The Mineral Resource comprises 
                       *    The extent and variability of the Mineral Resource      10 largely parallel, high 
                            expressed as length (along strike or otherwise), plan   grade lenses, which dip at 
                            width, and depth below surface to the upper and lower   between 60-80deg towards 
                            limits of the Mineral Resource.                         between 325-340degN. As modelled, 
                                                                                    the lenses vary between 100 
                                                                                    and 400 m in down-dip extent 
                                                                                    and have along-strike extents 
                                                                                    of between 50 and 600 m. The 
                                                                                    down-dip and along-strike 
                                                                                    extents of the total package 
                                                                                    of high grade lenses, as modelled, 
                                                                                    are 600 m and  1,000 m 
                                                                                    The lenses are modelled between 
                                                                                    35 m and 690 m below surface. 
                                                                                    The individual zones vary 
                                                                                    up to 18m in thickness; the 
                                                                                    mean thickness of each individual 
                                                                                    zone varies between 3 and 
                                                                                    10m. Zone widths vary throughout 
                                                                                    the deposit with a general 
                                                                                    trend to narrower (but higher 
                                                                                    grade) widths with depth. 
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 Estimation                                                                         Geological (wireframe) modelling 
  and modelling        *    The nature and appropriateness of the estimation        was conducted in MicroMine, 
  techniques                technique(s) applied and key assumptions, including     based on the geological 
                            treatment of extreme grade values, domaining,           understanding 
                            interpolation parameters and maximum distance of        and rationale described in 
                            extrapolation from data points. If a computer           earlier sections. Namely, 
                            assisted estimation method was chosen include a         the model comprises high-grade 
                            description of computer software and parameters used.   lenses, constrained within 
                                                                                    a wider modelled sheeted vein 
                                                                                    system ("SVS"), which is 
                       *    The availability of check estimates, previous           terminated 
                            estimates and/or mine production records and whether    in the east by the modelled 
                            the Mineral Resource estimate takes appropriate         "Kit Hill Granite" The sheeted 
                            account of such data.                                   vein system and high-grade 
                                                                                    lenses were modelled using 
                                                                                    Micromine. The SVS, which 
                       *    The assumptions made regarding recovery of              constrains the high-grade 
                            by-products.                                            lenses and broadly delimits 
                                                                                    the extent of mineralization, 
                                                                                    was modelled based on a loose 
                       *    Estimation of deleterious elements or other non-grade   cut-off of 0.5% SnEq and a 
                            variables of economic significance (e.g. sulphur for    notional minimum mining width 
                            acid mine drainage characterisation).                   of 2m. The high-grade lenses 
                                                                                    were modelled based on selected 
                                                                                    intervals within the SVS 
                       *    In the case of block model interpolation, the block     determined 
                            size in relation to the average sample spacing and      to be distinctly higher grade 
                            the search employed.                                    in either Sn, W or Cu than 
                                                                                    the surrounding material and 
                                                                                    showing acceptable spatial 
                       *    Any assumptions behind modelling of selective mining    geological continuity. 
                            units.                                                  The high-grade lens geological 
                                                                                    wireframes described above 
                                                                                    were used as solid domain 
                       *    Any assumptions about correlation between variables.    boundaries in the resource 
                                                                                    estimation process. 
                                                                                    The drillhole database was 
                       *    Description of how the geological interpretation was    coded by the geological model 
                            used to control the resource estimates.                 and, within the high-grade 
                                                                                    lenses, composited to 2m, 
                                                                                    with flexible compositing 
                       *    Discussion of basis for using or not using grade        rules such that all composites 
                            cutting or capping.                                     on each drillhole intersection 
                                                                                    are the same length, which 
                                                                                    may be between 1.5 m and 2.5 
                       *    The process of validation, the checking process used,   m. This is to avoid short 
                            the comparison of model data to drill hole data, and    remnant composites, which 
                            use of reconciliation data if available.                may have a significant impact 
                                                                                    on the estimate given the 
                                                                                    thin nature of the high-grade 
                                                                                    Prior to grade interpolation, 
                                                                                    an initial statistical analysis 
                                                                                    was undertaken on the drill 
                                                                                    data in Snowden Supervisor 
                                                                                    ("Supervisor"). Capping of 
                                                                                    composited assay grades within 
                                                                                    the high-grade lenses was 
                                                                                    not deemed necessary. 
                                                                                    Block modelling and grade 
                                                                                    estimation was undertaken 
                                                                                    in MicroMine 18.0 
                                                                                    A parent block size of 35 
                                                                                    m * 10 my * 15 mz was chosen, 
                                                                                    based on the average drillhole 
                                                                                    spacing and the highly 
                                                                                    sheeted nature of the 
                                                                                    Continuity analysis (variography) 
                                                                                    of all composites of the high 
                                                                                    grade lenses was completed. 
                                                                                    All samples were used as there 
                                                                                    are insufficient samples within 
                                                                                    individual zones to generate 
                                                                                    meaningful variograms. The 
                                                                                    study indicated ranges of 
                                                                                    around 200m along strike, 
                                                                                    180m down dip and cross strike 
                                                                                    of around 20m for Cu, Sn and 
                                                                                    WO(3) . 
                                                                                    Grade interpolation in the 
                                                                                    high-grade lenses was completed 
                                                                                    using Ordinary Kriging (OK) 
                                                                                    The high grade lens estimation 
                                                                                    was informed by all of the 
                                                                                    composite samples using a 
                                                                                    search of 215m (strike), 180m 
                                                                                    (dip) and 25m (cross strike). 
                                                                                    This method was used to increase 
                                                                                    the number of informing samples 
                                                                                    available for estimation 
                                                                                    on the assumption that 
                                                                                    of the high grade lenses was 
                                                                                    coeval. The minimum and maximum 
                                                                                    number of points for estimation 
                                                                                    of a block was derived from 
                                                                                    Kriging neighbourhood analysis. 
                                                                                    A small volume of blocks was 
                                                                                    not estimated using the methods 
                                                                                    described above. These blocks 
                                                                                    were estimated using Inverse 
                                                                                    Distance Weighting (IDW) with 
                                                                                    relaxed sample requirements. 
                                                                                    The estimated block model 
                                                                                    was satisfactorily validated 
                                                                                    by visual inspection of block 
                                                                                    grades in comparison with 
                                                                                    drillhole data, comparison 
                                                                                    of the block model statistics, 
                                                                                    swath plots and histograms 
                                                                                    of informing samples vs. estimated 
                     ============================================================  =================================== 
 Moisture                                                                           All tonnages are reported 
                        *    Whether the tonnages are estimated on a dry basis or    as dry tonnages. 
                             with natural moisture, and the method of 
                             determination of the moisture content. 
                     ============================================================  =================================== 
 Cut-off parameters                                                                 A break even cut-off grade 
                        *    The basis of the adopted cut-off grade(s) or quality    of 0.45%, as derived in a 
                             parameters applied.                                     2018 mining scoping study 
                                                                                     by consultants Mining One, 
                                                                                     has been applied. 
                     ============================================================  =================================== 
 Mining factors                                                                     Geologica has assumed mining 
  or assumptions       *    Assumptions made regarding possible mining methods,     will be undertaken using 
                            minimum mining dimensions and internal (or, if          underground 
                            applicable, external) mining dilution. It is always     mining methods using a decline 
                            necessary as part of the process of determining         access and has applied likely 
                            reasonable prospects for eventual economic extraction   mining parameters for the 
                            to consider potential mining methods, but the           purpose of determining the 
                            assumptions made regarding mining methods and           cut-off grades given above. 
                            parameters when estimating Mineral Resources may not 
                            always be rigorous. Where this is the case, this 
                            should be reported with an explanation of the basis 
                            of the mining assumptions made. 
                     ============================================================  =================================== 
 Metallurgical                                                                      CRL has commissioned a preliminary 
  factors or           *    The basis for assumptions or predictions regarding      metallurgical review which 
  assumptions               metallurgical amenability. It is always necessary as    has suggested a likely processing 
                            part of the process of determining reasonable           circuit and recovery factors 
                            prospects for eventual economic extraction to           and operating costs based 
                            consider potential metallurgical methods, but the       on two phases of laboratory 
                            assumptions regarding metallurgical treatment           scale metallurgical testwork 
                            processes and parameters made when reporting Mineral    on composited drill core samples 
                            Resources may not always be rigorous. Where this is     commissioned by SWM. Geologica 
                            the case, this should be reported with an explanation   has reviewed the metallurgical 
                            of the basis of the metallurgical assumptions made.     review commissioned by CRL 
                                                                                    and this has given Geologica 
                                                                                    confidence that the mineralisation 
                                                                                    can be treated to recover 
                                                                                    tin, tungsten and copper and 
                                                                                    has provided input to the 
                                                                                    above cut-off calculations. 
                     ============================================================  =================================== 
 Environmental                                                                      Geologica is unaware of any 
  factors or           *    Assumptions made regarding possible waste and process    environmental factors which 
  assumptions               residue disposal options. It is always necessary as      would preclude the reporting 
                            part of the process of determining reasonable            of Mineral Resources. 
                            prospects for eventual economic extraction to 
                            consider the potential environmental impacts of the 
                            mining and processing operation. While at this stage 
                            the determination of potential environmental impacts, 
                            particularly for a greenfields project, may not 
                            always be well advanced, the status of early 
                            consideration of these potential environmental 
                            impacts should be reported. Where these aspects have 
                            not been considered this should be reported with an 
                            explanation of the environmental assumptions made. 
                     ============================================================  =================================== 
 Bulk density                                                                       Historical measurements for 
                       *    Whether assumed or determined. If assumed, the basis     density were carried out using 
                            for the assumptions. If determined, the method used,     Archimedean principles for 
                            whether wet or dry, the frequency of the measurements    consolidated fresh core and 
                      ,                                                              volumetric determinations 
                            the nature, size and representativeness of the           on loose granular material. 
                            samples.                                                 Density values were calculated 
                                                                                     based on weights of small 
                                                                                     pieces of core (10-15cm), 
                       *    The bulk density for bulk material must have been        with wax coating used for 
                            measured by methods that adequately account for void     (competent) weathered core 
                            spaces (vugs, porosity, etc.), moisture and              samples. These were carried 
                            differences between rock and alteration zones within     out extensively across the 
                            the deposit.                                             orebody and provide a wide 
                                                                                     Based on density determinations 
                       *    Discuss assumptions for bulk density estimates used      carried out by CRL in 2017 
                            in the evaluation process of the different materials.    and 2018, Geologica has applied 
                                                                                     individual density values 
                                                                                     to the separate lenses, ranging 
                                                                                     from 2.81 g/cm(3) to 3.16 
                                                                                     g/cm(3) . This is considered 
                                                                                     reasonable for the purposes 
                                                                                     of reporting an Inferred Mineral 
                     ============================================================  =================================== 
 Classification                                                                     Data quality, drillhole spacing, 
                       *    The basis for the classification of the Mineral          geological confidence and 
                            Resources into varying confidence categories.            the interpreted continuity 
                                                                                     of grades controlled by the 
                                                                                     mineralisation domains have 
                       *    Whether appropriate account has been taken of all        allowed Geologica to classify 
                            relevant factors (i.e. relative confidence in            the majority of the deposit 
                            tonnage/grade estimations, reliability of input data,    in the Inferred Mineral Resource 
                            confidence in continuity of geology and metal values,    category. 
                            quality, quantity and distribution of the data). 
                       *    Whether the result appropriately reflects the 
                            Competent Person's view of the deposit. 
                     ============================================================  =================================== 
 Audits or                                                                          Geologica is unaware of any 
  reviews               *    The results of any audits or reviews of Mineral         reviews or audits which may 
                             Resource estimates.                                     have been completed other 
                                                                                     than those completed by SRK. 
                     ============================================================  =================================== 
 Discussion                                                                         Geologica has assigned the 
  of relative          *    Where appropriate a statement of the relative           majority of the deposit in 
  accuracy/                 accuracy and confidence level in the Mineral Resource   the Inferred Mineral Resource 
  confidence                estimate using an approach or procedure deemed          category based on the drillhole 
                            appropriate by the Competent Person. For example, the   spacing, quality of data and 
                            application of statistical or geostatistical            confidence in the continuity 
                            procedures to quantify the relative accuracy of the     of geology and mineralisation. 
                            resource within stated confidence limits, or, if such   While it has been assumed 
                            an approach is not deemed appropriate, a qualitative    that the high grade zones 
                            discussion of the factors that could affect the         will be able to be selectively 
                            relative accuracy and confidence of the estimate.       mined to a cut-off and while 
                                                                                    the accuracy of the estimated 
                                                                                    block grades is limited, the 
                       *    The statement should specify whether it relates to      contiguity of the blocks above 
                            global or local estimates, and, if local, state the     this grade has given Geologica 
                            relevant tonnages, which should be relevant to          confidence that this should 
                            technical and economic evaluation. Documentation        be possible. 
                            should include assumptions made and the procedures      The estimate is a global estimate. 
                            used.                                                   As an Inferred Resource, 
                                                                                    interval/limit work is 
                       *    These statements of relative accuracy and confidence    inappropriate 
                            of the estimate should be compared with production      at this time. 
                            data, where available. 
                     ============================================================  =================================== 



Please see previous releases for drillhole positions and orientations; 2018 drillhole positions previously presented in full in release dated 23 January 2019. The table below shows a single continuous composite of each zone intercept taken from wireframe modelling and taking into account minimum mining width of 2m.

 BHID         From      To     True thickness    Cu     Sn    WO3    SnEq   Zone 
               (m)                   (m)         (%)                  (%)    Code 
                        (m)                             (%)    (%) 
 CRD007      194.30   203.03        2.00        0.21   0.26   0.04   0.41   HG05 
 CRD007      245.67   260.43        2.22        0.61   0.33   0.32   1.04   HG04 
 CRD009      230.75   243.30        7.16        0.39   0.06   0.24   0.57   HG02 
 CRD009      257.52   261.58        2.28        0.13   0.07   0.41   0.71   HG01 
 CRD009      265.90   283.44        9.73        0.88   0.19   0.11   0.70   HG03 
 CRD009      317.45   327.00        5.20        0.92   0.30   0.61   1.54   HG07 
 CRD010      113.32   124.45        9.67        0.50   0.02   0.25   0.57   HG01 
 CRD012      120.86   124.07        2.87        0.19   0.01   0.42   0.68   HG01 
 CRD013      275.55   278.98        2.73        0.13   0.11   0.44   0.80   HG04 
 CRD013      298.74   306.15        5.86        0.88   1.14   0.44   2.12   HG07 
 CRD013      364.56   368.30        3.25        0.47   0.01   0.19   0.47   HG12 
 CRD014      144.46   163.98       15.46        0.32   0.11   0.50   0.95   HG02 
 CRD014      190.28   195.19        3.85        0.46   0.06   0.29   0.66   HG07 
 CRD015      296.00   305.23        6.77        0.30   0.51   0.12   0.81   HG04 
 CRD015      319.00   327.02        5.85        0.16   0.66   0.34   1.21   HG05 
 CRD015      343.74   350.37        4.80        0.48   0.44   0.57   1.44   HG06 
 CRD016      233.27   244.27        7.26        0.58   0.02   0.19   0.53   HG02 
 CRD016      256.27   259.27        1.97        1.44   0.04   0.34   1.09   HG01 
 CRD016      292.35   305.51        8.54        0.35   0.02   0.69   1.15   HG03 
 CRD016      314.98   325.90        7.09        0.44   0.05   0.18   0.48   HG07 
 CRD017      182.61   197.95       10.64        0.60   0.16   0.31   0.85   HG02 
 CRD017      228.50   231.45        2.04        0.36   0.01   0.63   1.04   HG01 
 CRD018      357.17   367.17        6.82        1.45   0.05   0.54   1.40   HG07 
 CRD019      443.10   446.10        2.26        0.06   0.01   0.56   0.83   HG09 
 CRD019      457.10   467.10        7.48        0.39   0.04   0.63   1.10   HG02 
 CRD019      467.10   471.10        2.98        0.18   0.03   1.01   1.54   HG01 
 CRD019      510.05   514.05        2.91        0.13   0.01   3.30   4.77   HG03 
 CRD019      537.55   541.55        2.85        0.17   0.02   0.72   1.11   HG07 
 CRD020      298.13   301.13        2.25        2.45   1.55   0.06   2.62   HG04 
 CRD020      320.12   325.12        3.74        0.26   0.09   0.33   0.67   HG07 
 CRD020      365.57   367.57        2.32        0.23   0.02   3.84   5.60   HG12 
 CRD021      533.32   537.56        2.02        0.03   0.02   3.92   5.63   HG09 
 CRD021      644.63   658.84        6.83        0.09   0.01   0.86   1.27   HG02 
 CRD021      670.02   677.67        3.66        0.06   0.01   1.08   1.58   HG01 
 CRD022      405.00   416.00        7.94        0.43   0.11   0.55   1.07   HG09 
 CRD022      419.25   437.35       13.05        0.63   0.16   0.66   1.35   HG02 
 CRD022      447.84   451.84        2.88        1.64   0.04   0.01   0.71   HG01 
 CRD022      490.04   494.24        3.01        2.30   0.09   0.64   1.93   HG07 
 CRD023      667.10   680.79        5.39        0.21   0.01   0.99   1.51   HG02 
 CRD023      685.59   690.59        1.99        0.13   0.01   0.56   0.85   HG07 
 CRD024      499.42   505.63        3.36        0.41   0.02   0.97   1.57   HG09 
 CRD024      559.62   573.56        7.43        0.11   0.02   0.86   1.29   HG02 
 CRD024      583.95   589.95        3.18        0.51   0.01   2.05   3.14   HG01 
 CRD024      614.62   618.62        2.11        0.57   0.02   0.46   0.91   HG03 
 CRD025      277.15   292.15        8.13        0.85   0.02   0.42   0.96   HG02 
 CRD025      306.72   311.56        2.59        0.53   0.03   0.72   1.27   HG01 
 CRD025      331.92   337.24        2.86        0.30   0.01   0.26   0.49   HG03 
 CRD025      369.97   374.97        2.65        0.33   0.06   0.13   0.38   HG07 
 CRD026      491.60   498.24        3.92        0.09   0.01   0.51   0.77   HG09 
 CRD026      518.60   528.91        5.99        0.33   0.01   0.84   1.34   HG02 
 CRD026      537.00   542.00        2.89        0.13   0.06   2.37   3.50   HG01 
 CRD027      430.43   450.02        8.49        0.51   0.45   0.12   0.83   HG05 
 CRD027      477.05   483.98        2.96        0.29   0.17   0.15   0.49   HG08 
 CRD028      459.41   465.97        4.00        0.55   0.03   2.63   4.01   HG09 
 CRD028      493.16   505.17        7.21        0.52   0.03   1.26   2.04   HG02 
 CRD028      519.12   523.12        2.38        0.69   0.05   0.40   0.89   HG01 
 CRD028      543.61   551.60        4.73        0.07   0.01   2.71   3.90   HG03 
 CRD029      523.45   528.45        2.01        0.27   0.32   0.07   0.53   HG10 
 CRD029      538.88   555.74        6.52        0.52   0.28   0.71   1.51   HG05 
 CRD029      561.74   568.44        2.49        0.76   0.33   0.04   0.69   HG08 
 CRD030      465.80   469.80        2.44        0.89   0.06   0.05   0.48   HG09 
 CRD030      489.60   497.60        4.85        0.33   0.18   0.23   0.65   HG02 
 CRD030      503.80   511.01        4.35        0.49   0.32   0.18   0.77   HG01 
 CRD030      575.25   580.23        2.90        0.59   0.03   0.31   0.71   HG07 
 CRD031      383.37   387.38        1.98        0.57   0.06   0.20   0.57   HG09 
 CRD031      394.40   399.40        2.34        0.39   0.09   0.52   0.99   HG02 
 CRD031      412.60   418.30        2.65        2.37   0.09   1.37   3.00   HG01 
 CRD031      537.95   548.04        4.50        0.24   0.05   2.01   3.02   HG07 
 CRD032      658.33   664.91        2.35        0.10   0.00   0.97   1.43   HG09 
 RM80_05B    358.00   372.26        9.17        0.57   0.71   0.30   1.37   HG05 
 RM80_05B    380.00   384.65        2.85        0.28   0.20   0.49   1.02   HG06 
 RM80_05C    364.00   378.00        8.20        0.17   0.19   0.02   0.28   HG05 
 RM80_05C    384.55   392.00        4.09        0.24   0.15   0.22   0.55   HG06 
 RM80_06     141.00   144.00        2.11        0.00   0.57   0.01   0.58   HG05 
 RM80_09     188.00   216.00        4.96        0.24   0.14   0.25   0.60   HG03 
 RM80_09     234.00   252.00        2.64        0.86   0.10   0.12   0.60   HG01 
 RM80_14     196.00   208.73        8.81        0.71   0.06   0.59   1.19   HG02 
 RM80_14     236.10   239.29        2.12        0.84   0.04   0.86   1.61   HG01 
 RM80_14     269.73   276.00        3.74        0.48   0.02   0.63   1.12   HG03 
 RM80_14     290.55   294.00        2.03        0.58   0.22   0.24   0.79   HG07 
 RM80_15     208.00   214.00        3.94        0.44   0.41   0.30   1.01   HG05 
 RM80_15     242.00   264.00       13.41        1.19   1.06   0.20   1.83   HG06 
 RM80_15     322.00   324.20        2.08        1.88   0.16   0.87   2.16   HG12 
 RM80_16B    364.00   374.00        5.75        0.29   0.25   0.08   0.48   HG05 
 RM80_17     206.00   210.00        2.77        0.18   0.02   0.40   0.66   HG01 
 RM80_18     482.00   504.00        4.80        0.69   0.11   0.40   0.95   HG07 
 RM82_19     186.00   190.00        3.30        0.60   0.22   0.12   0.63   HG02 
 RM82_21     216.00   222.00        3.60        0.24   0.12   0.20   0.51   HG02 
 RM82_21     232.00   236.00        2.31        0.56   0.37   0.08   0.71   HG01 
 RM82_21     240.00   253.47        7.52        0.75   0.16   0.35   0.96   HG03 
 RM82_21     272.00   276.00        2.08        0.25   0.01   0.23   0.43   HG07 
 RM82_22     460.00   464.84        1.93        1.40   0.07   0.05   0.70   HG09 
 RM82_22     474.00   482.00        3.10        0.65   0.09   0.46   1.01   HG02 
 RM82_22     500.00   506.00        2.13        0.35   0.17   0.01   0.32   HG01 
 RM82_23     332.00   336.00        2.94        0.11   0.24   0.26   0.65   HG08 
 RM82_24     468.00   484.00        2.04        0.32   0.42   0.12   0.71   HG10 
 RM82_24A    384.00   388.00        1.92        0.11   0.25   0.02   0.32   HG10 
 RM82_24A    398.00   410.00        4.97        0.06   0.66   0.02   0.71   HG05 
 RM82_24A    426.00   438.00        4.74        0.19   0.34   0.14   0.61   HG08 
 RM82_30     146.00   160.00       12.77        0.49   0.05   0.30   0.68   HG02 
 RM82_30     170.00   174.00        3.61        0.48   0.03   0.19   0.49   HG01 

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