HELEN BERYL PROJECT
The Helen Beryl Project consists of BLM Claims covering areas of prospective LCT-pegmatites occurring in numerous discontinuous swarms trending North-South that continue along strike to many historic lithium mines.
Historic lithium bearing mines in the Helen Beryl project area include:
- Helen Beryl (spodumene)
- Eruption Lode (spodumene)
- Tin Mountain (spodumene, amblygonite)
- Lithia Mine (spodumene)
The Helen Beryl Mine and Eruption Lode were renowned for their extremely high concentrations of spodumene . The Eruption Lode is also known for its high concentration of spodumene. The Tin Mountain Mine is a privately owned mine that is famous for having very large spodumene crystals and large colloidal amblygonite minerals. IRIS was able to stake claims adjacent to and along strike from this mine, incorporating the Lithia Mines that also contain zoned pegmatites with spodumene.