Mining activities date back to the early 1950s at Cerro San Pedro, when approximately 2.5 million ounces of gold and 40 million ounces of silver were produced from the Cerro San Pedro district. Renewed interest in the Cerro San Pedro district began in the 1970's with evaluations by various companies to determine the district's potential for large tonnage, low-grade, and bulk mineable deposit.
Cerro San Pedro is located in central Mexico, 20 km outside the state capital city of San Luis Potosí. The Cerro San Pedro gold-silver deposit is located along the western margin of the Sierra Madre Oriental fold belt within a sequence of Cretaceous limestone.
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