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Deer Horn Capital has reported that its updated Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) noted important porphyry-style occurrences of both copper and tungsten at the company’s 51 square-kilometer Deer Horn property in British Columbia.

Deer Horn Capital (CSE:DHC) has reported that its updated Preliminary Economic Assessment (PEA) noted important porphyry-style occurrences of both copper and tungsten at the company’s 51 square-kilometer Deer Horn property in British Columbia, in addition to the gold-silver-tellurium resource as previously reported.

According to the company, in September 2012, prospecting and surface sampling identified several copper-gold-silver porphyry-style showings northwest of the indicated and inferred gold-silver-tellurium resource. A second area of anomalous porphyry-style copper-gold mineralization occurs on a ridge crest 1.8 km northwest of Kenney Lake on the property.

Deer Horn president and chief executive officer Tyrone Docherty said:

“Economic porphyry deposits are in great demand worldwide. That’s why one of our priorities is to gain more information about these discoveries at Deer Horn. Certainly the metals and the geological settings discovered to date justify a lot more exploration. While our primary focus is to develop our gold-silver-tellurium resource, the porphyry targets are generating a lot of interest.”

Click here to view the full Deer Horn Capital (CSE:DHC) press release.

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