Sunset Cove (TSXV:SSM) reported additional assay results from the recently discovered Lindsay Vein at the Carolay property in Peru.
As quoted in the press release:
The sulfide structure returned a weighted average grade of 25.20 grams per tonne (g/t) silver (Ag), 0.02 percent (%) copper (Cu), 0.02% lead (Pb) and 0.03% zinc (Zn).
Adjacent is a second structure that consists of wallrock with a small horizontal vein that contains iron oxides; the assay results yielded low Ag and Zn values but one of the samples returned anomalous gold (Au) values with a single channel sample yielding 1.99g/t Au over 0.25-meters.
The third structure in the trench is a hydrothermal breccia. The breccia yielded a weighted average grade for the channel samples of 4.63g/t Ag, 0.01% Cu, 0.01% Pb and 0.04% Zn over a 2.85 meters.
Sunset Cove President Lorne Woods said:
These assay results along with extensive alteration and the presence of hyrothermal breccias at the Lindsay vein are very encouraging. The understanding we have now about the Lindsay vein is leading us to call it a structure. Also it is the first very large mineralized zone we have found on the property to date.
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