The Coba SW Property is located approimately 55 km north-northwest of Vallenar in the Atacama Retion (Region lll), Chile.
The Property consists of 3 exploration claims totalling 800 hectares and 4 exploitation claims totalling 20 hectares for a total of 820 hectares.
The Coba SW Property is located within the Coastal IOCG (Iron Oxide Copper Gold) Belt that parallels the Chilean coastline. This IOCG Belt is frther subdivided and the project area is located within the Coastal Metamorphic Terrane of Devonian-Jurassic age. Directly to the south-southwest is the Freirina Fault Zone.
The Coba SW Property hosts polymetallic veins with copper, gold and cobalt mineralization. Significant historic production has been undertaken in the district althought the project lacks a modern, systematic exploration program.
The Santa Gracia property lises south of the Coba SW property in the same Chilean Coastal Lower Cretaceous IOCG and Copper - Gold Porphyry Belt that is also home to the Candelaria mine complex to the north.
The property encompasses 11,500 hectares located in the Santa Gracia district of Northern Chile.
The Carrizal Alto Mining District host numerous historical minesites.
Stuve Gold has both exploration and exploitation claims on highly prospective properties.
A headframe over an existing shaft at the Teresa Claim.
The entrance to a historical mine shaft at the Teresa Claim.
Over the ensuing months the STUVE Gold Corp. field team will be conducting further sampling on the COBA properties as well as an IP program.
The COBA SW properties have a history of production with indicated high grade Gold, Copper and Cobalt.
It is the intention of STUVE Gold Corp. to document and expand this resource in the near term. (See 'News and Corporate Filings').