Kintavar said that grab samples, channel samples and boulder sampling from a number of zones and corridors explored have all identified continuous favorable lithologies and several returned copper assays over 1 percent.
Kintavar Exploration (TSXV:KTR) has released the assay results from its surface summer exploration program of the Mitchi property in Quebec in 2018.
According to the release, grab samples, channel samples and boulder sampling from the Elementary zone, the newly discovered Conan zone and Irene from the Sherlock corridor and the Moli, Moli-West and N84 zones in the Nasigon corridor have all identified continuous favorable lithologies and several returned copper assays over 1 percent. Assays on drill holes from Nasigon and Sherlock area are still pending.
As quoted in the press release:
The Conan showing, located 300 meters to the south-west of the Elementary showing, returned a channel sample of 12.1 meters with 0.48 percent copper and 3.12 grams per tonne (g/t) of silver. The Conan zone is open in all the directions. The Elementary showing returned eight grab samples with grades between 0.19 percent and 1.41 percent copper collected along the trench. The presence of mineralized boulders with up to 2.34 percent copper, mineralized marbles and calc-silicate units suggests a potential mineralized corridor of over 200 m in width in between the two showings. The mineralized zone is open in the NE-SW direction and at depth.