Chakana Copper Confirms Deep Surface-Down Mineralization at Soledad

- September 12th, 2018

According to the release, drilling demonstrates that Bx1 extends from surface to 439m depth and is open at depth, highlighting the vertical extent these tourmaline breccia pipe targets potentially offer.

Chakana Copper (TSXV:PERU) has announced assays from four additional core holes into breccia pipe 1 (Bx1) at its Soledad copper-gold-silver project in central Peru.

According to the release, drilling demonstrates that Bx1 extends from surface to 439m depth and is open at depth, highlighting the vertical extent these tourmaline breccia pipe targets potentially offer. Drill hole SDH18-071 cuts this vertical extent, returning 0.69 percent copper, 1.45 grams per tonne (g/t) gold and 50.5 g/t silver (2.07 percent copper equivalent; 3.16 g/t gold equivalent).

President and CEO of Chakana Copper, David Kelley said:

“Hole SDH18-071 is the best hole ever drilled on the property to date in terms of grade-thickness. The vertical extent confirmed in this hole, combined with the discovery of the blind North zone, highlights the exploration potential of the Soledad project. It is also noteworthy to see mineralization in the pre-mineral host rock to the tourmaline breccia.”

Click here to read the full Chakana Copper (TSXV:PERU) press release.

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