Aztec Minerals Hits 0.53 g/t Gold Over 138.32 Metres In Latest Results

Results continue to come in for Aztec Minerals (TSXV: AZT). The latest assay results come from the firms recently completed drill program at its Cervantes property, which is found in Sonora, Mexico.

The company has continued to intersect both broad and high grade mineralization at the property, with the results released this morning again coming from the California target, where they previously intersected 1.49 g/t gold over 136.8 metres in hole CAL22-005, as well as 1.0 g/t gold over 167.2 metres in hole CAL22-004.

Highlights from this mornings results include:

  • CAL22-008: 0.884 g/t gold over 54.72 metres
  • CAL22-009: 0.5 g/t gold over 86.64 metres
  • CAL22-010: 0.53 g/t gold over 138.32 metres, including 1.62 g/t gold over 10.67 metres

The results from the assays extend the known mineralization at the California target both to depth and to the south. The California target currently is known to cover an area 900 metres in length, with widths ranging from 250 metres to 500 metres, while extending up to 265 metres vertically. The zone still remains open in all directions.

Results from a further twelve drill holes are still outstanding. With drilling under the current program complete, the company is now focusing on channel sampling and mapping of three zones on the property, while also conducting a larger surface sampling and mapping program on the property in general.

Aztec Minerals last traded at $0.335 on the TSX Venture.

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