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Metalicity Limited

( ASX:MCT ) - Materials

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Metalicity Advances Admiral Bay

Metalicity (ASX: MCT, Share Price: $0.05, Market Cap: $22m) offers exposure to zinc, lithium and cobalt. It maintains the large and advanced Admiral Bay zinc project in Western Australia, along with its more recent acquisition of prospective lithium-tantalum tenements in Western Australia’s Pilbara region, host to some of the world’s largest hard-rock lithium and tantalum projects.

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Metalicity Dual Focus On Zinc & Lithium

Metalicity (ASX: MCT, Share Price: $0.07, Market Cap: $32m) has a dual focus on both zinc and lithium. It has exposure to the large and advanced Admiral Bay zinc project in Western Australia, along with its more recent acquisition of prospective lithium-tantalum tenements in Western Australia’s Pilbara region, host to some of the world’s largest hard-rock lithium and tantalum projects.

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Metalicity Commences Lithium Drilling Program

Metalicity (ASX: MCT, Share Price: $0.066, Market Cap: $25m) is effectively a brand-new zinc/lithium play, following the acquisition of the large and advanced Admiral Bay zinc project in Western Australia during late 2014. The company has also acquired prospective lithium-tantalum tenements in Western Australia’s Pilbara region, host to some of the world’s largest hard-rock lithium and tantalum projects.

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Metalicity – Growing WA Lithium Exposure

Metalicity (ASX: MCT, Share Price: $0.064, Market Cap: $22m) is effectively a brand-new zinc/lithium play, following the acquisition of the large and advanced Admiral Bay zinc project in Western Australia in late 2014. The company has also since acquired prospective lithium-tantalum tenements in Western Australia’s Pilbara region, host to some of the world’s largest hard-rock lithium and tantalum projects.

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Metalicity Revitalising Admiral Bay Zinc

Metalicity (ASX: MCT, Share Price: $0.024, Market Cap: $9m) is effectively a brand new zinc play, after altering its business activity from health care to mineral exploration and acquiring the advanced Admiral Bay zinc project in Western Australia. The acquisition was announced in late 2014, however the company had to comply with Chapters 1 and 2 of the ASX Listing Rules, which means it has only just re-listed.

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