The company says drilling is continuing at the Palmer JV in Alaska.
Constantine Metal Resources (TSXV:CEM) has reported assay results for four new holes from its ongoing 10,000-meter drill program at its Palmer joint venture project in Alaska.
As highlighted in the press release:
- 15.5 meters grading 1.6 percent copper, 4.8 percent zinc, 25 grams per tonne (g/t) silver, 0.1 g/t gold in 50-meter South Wall step-out. Includes 4.1 meters at 15.9 percent Zinc and 6.1 meters at 3.6 percent copper
- 21.1 meters grading 0.5 g/t gold, 92 g/t silver, 1.0 percent zinc, 0.4 percent lead, 55 percent barium sulfate in 90-meter AG zone step-out from holes CMR18-109 and 110 (12.5 meters at 1.8 g/t gold, 217 g/t silver, 5.2 percent zinc and 28.8 meters grading 0.5 g/t gold, 141 g/t silver, 9.0 percent zinc, 3.5 percent lead)
- AG Zone strike-length expanded to 450 meters, double the size of 2017
President of Constantine, Garfield MacVeigh said:
“Drilling continues to expand the South Wall and AG zones, highlighting the good widths and continuity that are a characteristic of mineralization at Palmer. AG zone was discovered in 2017 and is rapidly revealing itself to be a significant new precious-metal rich massive barite-sulphide deposit with excellent size potential. Drilling in 2018 has now doubled the AG strike-length, with ongoing exploration focused on further expansion.”