Hole HNK-18-001 intersected a broad interval of vein and disseminated copper-gold-silver mineralization.
Golden Ridge Resources (TSXV:GLDN) has announced a new alkalic copper-gold porphyry discovery at its Williams zone prospect, located on the company’s Hank project in British Columbia’s golden triangle.
According to the release, hole HNK-18-001 intersected a broad interval of vein and disseminated copper-gold-silver mineralization, centered on a strongly potassic altered monzonite intrusion.
As highlighted in the press release:
- New alkalic porphyry discovery has been intersected in multiple holes along a 200 meter strike length to a depth of 585 meters below surface; open along strike and at depth.
- 0.31 percent copper, 0.35 grams per tonne (g/t) gold, 1.94 g/t silver over 327.00 metres, from 72.00 to 399.00 metres in hole HNK-18-001
- Including 0.45 percent copper, 0.54 g/t gold, 3.33 g/t silver over 75.10 metres from 105.00 to 180.10 metres.
- Including 0.45 percent copper, 0.60 g/t gold, 2.90 g/t silver over 62.50 meters from 259.50 to 322.00 meters
- Including 0.70 percent copper, 0.90 g/t gold, 4.88 g/t silver over 20 meters from 302.00 to 322.00 meters
- Potassic altered and mineralized monzonite has been intersected in the first four drills holes on the Williams zone, for which assays are pending for holes HNK-18-002, 005 and 007.
- The Williams zone remains open along strike and at depth.