This new “Irene” zone is located 550 m north of the Sherlock zone and was identified by following a bolder field of mineralized marbles.
Kintavar Exploration (TSXV:KTR) has announced the assays from the June drilling program at the Sherlock corridor in Quebec.
According to the release, four of the reported six drill holes were investigating the area north of Sherlock where multiple marble and calc-silicate boulders of several meters in size were identified and returned grades of up to 0.80 percent copper and 6.34 grams per tonne (g/t) of silver.
As highlighted in the press release:
- Extension of the fertile sedimentary units 550 m to the north of Sherlock
- MS-18-19: 45m at 0.31 percent copper and 3.14 g/t silver including: 15m at 0.56 percent copper and 6.31 g/t silver
- Geophysical survey on the Hispana corridor is complete
- Summer drilling program completed with a total of 44 drill holes and 8,293 meters on both Sherlock and Nasigon corridors
The company said that the intersections in drill holes MS-18-18 and 19 of the fertile units over tens of meters is very promising and remain open in all direction. This new “Irene” zone is located 550 m north of the Sherlock zone and was identified by following a bolder field of mineralized marbles.