Canamex Resources Corp. (TSXV:CSQ,OTCQX:CNMXF,FWB: CX6) reported on ongoing results from reverse circulation drilling at its Bruner Gold Project in Nye County, Nevada. Results included the first hole to intersect the plane of the Penelas Vein structure at the depths where it was mined historically.
As quoted in the press release:
Reverse circulation drill hole B-1430, drilled into the old Penelas Mine Zone, located roughly half-way between the historic resource area* and the new discovery area at Penelas East, intersected 4.6 metres (15 feet) grading 11.1 g/tonne Au (0.324 oz/ton Au) with a wider zone of 19.8 metres (65 feet) grading 3.24 g/tonne au (0.095 opt Au). As the drilling cut the Penelas Vein structure visible gold was observed in the cuttings during the drilling and visible gold was panned from the drill cuttings reject stream. (see photo of pan concentrate of VG posted to the Canamex web site). Metallic screen assays are in progress to test the accuracy of the fire assay data reported here.