Knick Exploration Discovers Tungsten at Trecesson Property

- October 9th, 2013

Knick Exploration (TSXV:KNX) announced that after manual stripping to expose Vein No. 9, grab samples confirmed historic reports of tungsten with grades of 0.64%, 0.63% and 0.55% tungsten trioxide at its Trecession property near Val d’Or, Quebec.

Knick Exploration (TSXV:KNX) announced that after manual stripping to expose Vein No. 9, grab samples confirmed historic reports of tungsten with grades of 0.64%, 0.63% and 0.55% tungsten trioxide at its Trecession property near Val d’Or, Quebec.

According to the company’s press release:

In the “Vein No. 9”, G. Dumont reported in 1951 that a 13,500 lb. (6,136 kg.) bulk sample assayed 0.45% tungsten tri-oxide and 1g/t gold. Surface exposure in old workings and historic drill hole intersections indicate that the vein is at least 450m long with widths up to 6.10m. In 1951 six holes were drilled intersecting the “Vein No. 9”, and “new parallel striking veins” at vertical depths of up to 91m (300 ft.). A 1940 grab sample contained 2.72% tungsten and samples collected in 1941 assayed 2.7 to 27.5% tungsten tri-oxide (MNRQ GM files).

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