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Overall, the significant gold grades from diamond drilling for the zones are variable, ranging from 3.97 gpt over 2.63-meter true width (11650N Zone) to 9.25 gpt over 2.59-meter true width (North Zone ‘B’). Gold grades from underground bulk samples (4 x 500=lb samples) extracted in 1948 ranged from 9.5 gpt to 22.1 gpt. Sulphide content varies from 1% to 15% and includes; pyrite, pyrrhotite, arsenopyrite, chalcopyrite, galena and sphalerite. Pyrite is the dominant sulphide and locally high gold values have been reported to be associated with arsenopyrite. Zones of intense silicification with minor pyrite also contain high gold values. Visible gold is rare but has been observed.
Lingman Lake Gold Zones
NORTH ZONES: 670-meters long (2,198-ft), open along strike. Tested to 182-meter depth (600-ft), open beyond this depth.
CENTRAL ZONES: 490-meters long (1,607-ft) tested by surface and underground diamond drilling. Sampled underground on the 150L and 275L. Furthest eastward drifting on 275L for 91-meters (300-ft).
SOUTH ZONES: 670-meters long (2,198-ft). Tested by surface diamond drilling. Open at depth and along strike.
WEST ZONE: 370-meters long (1,213-ft) tested by surface diamond drilling. May represent westward continuation of North Zone.
11650N ZONE: 200-meters long (656-ft) Open at depth.
Current gold zones
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