Northern Vertex Mining Corp. (TSXV: NEE) announced today the drilling results from its multi-phase infill and resource expansion drilling program at the Moss Mine. The results highlighted an intersection of 3.22 g/t gold and 18.10 g/t silver over a core length of 8.23 metres among other results.
A total of sixteen holes saw assays released this morning, with drilling focused on the expansion of the current resource. Highlights of the drill results which focused on the Moss and Ruth veins include:
- AR21-414C: 3.22 g/t gold and 18.10 g/t silver over 8.23 metres
- AR21-411C: 1.65 g/t gold and 34.25 g/t silver over 30.85 metres, including
- 3.83 g/t gold and 81.85 g/t silver over 6.10 metres
- AR21-410C: 1.46 g/t gold and 35.10 g/t silver over 36.58 metres, including
- 2.05 g/t gold and 52.38 g/t silver over 15.24 metres
The company relayed that it is currently mining along 1,500 metres of the approximately 6,000 metre-strike length of the Moss vein. The recent drilling results gave the company a reason to believe that there is an additional resource potential along strike and at depth beneath current operations. As a result, the firm permitted over 500 new drill sites and started drilling the highest priority sites.
Full details of the drill results can be accessed here.
The news follows the announcement last month, wherein Northern Vertex released the results of its infill and expansion drill program at the Moss mine, highlighting an intersection of 4.90 g/t gold and 57.18 g/t silver over 9.15 metres.
Northern Vertex Mining Corp. last traded at $0.375 on the TSX Venture.
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