Callinex Mines (TSXV:CNX) announced assay results from the British Columbia-based Coles Creek property.
As quoted in the press release:
The 11.70 meter intersection grading of 175.00 g/t silver, 0.194 g/t gold, 2.114% zinc, and 1.521% lead established in DDH Cole 48, was drilled 94 meters away from COLE 28, which returned 21.25 meters grading 3.368 g/t gold, 15.33 g/t silver and 2.04% zinc. The variation in depth of these two important intersections suggests a steeply dipping mineralized structure, though additional drilling will be needed to ascertain whether the intersections are related.
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