A mineral from Zimapán District, Hidalgo, Mexico was analized chemical and mineralogically, in order to detect species of added value for their subsequent benefit. Analysis by X-ray diffraction (XRD) detected the presence of tungsten sulfide (WS2), in addition to the characteristic mineralogical species of a deposit of base metal sulfides and accompanying impurities: orthoclase, quartz, silica and magnesium, magnesioferrite, monticellite, andradite, magnetite and calcite, the latter is the mineral matrix. Mapping by scanning electron microscopy (SEM) confirmed the presence of the characteristic elements of mineral: W, Si, O, Mg, Ca, C, Al, K, Fe, S, Zn and Cu. Analysis by emission spectrophotometry inductively coupled plasma (ICP) indicated a concentration of 366.52 g W/ ton in addition to 1.81% Zn, 3.41% S, 0.15% Cu, 2.36% Fe, 0.78% Pb, 0.04% Mn, Sb, 0.05% and 0.01% Ag. This mineral is a potential source for tungsten extracting.