Aftermath Silver Ltd. (TSXV:AAG) released the final two sets of assay results from an exploration program conducted at its Mexico-based San Andres property.
As quoted in the press release:
The En Medio sampling targeted a shallowly-dipping vein that lies 120 m above the Esperanza structure, the results of which were announced in June (see news release #5). Five samples were taken within these workings as well as two dump samples immediately outside the portal. The 5 in-situ samples averaged 2839.9 g/t silver, 2.12 g/t gold, 14.4% lead and 4.92% zinc over an average thickness of 32 cm.
Doug Ramshaw, president of Aftermath, commented:
The results from the sampling of the En Medio vein surpassed our expectations. Not only was there strong evidence of continuity of the mineralization and consistent multi-kilogram silver grades but we also far exceeded the highest gold grades ever returned from previous property-wide sampling. En Medio represents our top target and one that we plan to drill after the rainy season.
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