TDG Gold Corp (TSXV: TDG) this morning reported further results from its 2021 exploration results. A total of two holes were reported, with results still considered to be preliminary based on an internal QA/QC review still ongoing.
The results come from the firms JM and Creek Zones at the Shasta project, a former producing mine within the Toodoggone District of British Columbia. The highlight hole from results is DDH SH21-026, which intersected 1.10 g/t gold and 25.0 g/t silver over 194.0 metres, within the intersect beginning at 33.5 metres.
The result is significant for the company, as the intersect represents that there is continuity of mineralization between the JM and Creek Zones of the project, with mineralization encountered within a conceptual pit area. The hole is also one of the deepest drilled at the project to date, with the hole having a vertical length of up to 175 metres.
Also reported this morning was hole SH21-025, which had a highlight intersect of 1.06 g/t gold and 29.0 g/t silver over 73.7 metres.
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