Rathdowney is focused on advancing its flagship Olza zinc-lead-silver project in Poland. Project Olza comprises three concessions covering over 150-square kilometres in Poland’s Upper Silesian Mining District, a region of world-class Mississippi Valley-Type zinc-lead deposits. The company holds a 100% interest in the project through a wholly-owned subsidiary, Rathdowney Polska.

Project Olza is an important zinc-lead-silver property with the potential to host a long-life mine. Substantial zinc-lead resources have been estimated along a trend on the Zawiercie and Rokitno concessions. This area lies within extensive deposit footprints identified from historical drilling on the property, indicating excellent potential for resource expansion. In 2015, the Company announced positive results from a Preliminary Economic Assessment and has moved forward with data collecting and other studies to support permitting and advance the project’s development.

Given the potential of Project Olza, Rathdowney represents a compelling investment opportunity among a small peer-group of zinc-focused juniors.

Rathdowney is associated with Hunter Dickinson Inc. (HDI), a diversified, global mining group with more than 25 years of mineral development success.