Two Large, Rare Earth Anomalous Areas Defined on Silver Grail’s Major Hart Property

Silver Grail Resources Ltd. (TSXV:SVG) reports results from the heavy mineral sampling program conducted over the Major Hart property.

The press release is quoted as saying:

Examination of the results obtained in the late 2010 Major Hart program indicate a highly anomalous trend (“Main Anomaly Area”) within the granite surrounding the intruded contact with the ultramafics, which is fully contained in the north of the claims area. The anomalous area is loosely defined as a two to three kilometre wide belt containing large amounts of fluxing agents and unusual elements such as boron, fluorine, lithium, tin, tungsten, bismuth, niobium, yttrium and REEs.

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