Colombian Mines Corporation (TSXV:CMJ,FWB:X6C) reported a significant intercept of 12.4 meters of high grade, sulfide rich mineralization assaying 4.02 grams gold per metric tonne (g/T Au), 20.23 grams silver per metric tonne (g/T Ag), 4.17% copper (Cu) and 0.46% Zinc (Zn) from 79.5 to 91.9 meters with a combined gold equivalent (Au_Eq) of 11.51 g/T Au_Eq.
As quoted in the press release:
This impressive zone of mineralization was intersected in a 30 meter horizontal step out from high grade mineralization intersected in hole D13-01A (hole 1) and occurs within a larger mineralized intercept averaging 3.43 g/T Au, 17.93 g/T Ag, 3.6% Cu and 0.40% Zn over 15.4 meters from 77.5 to 92.9 meters. Contained within these mineralized zones is a high grade sub-interval averaging 9.36 g/T Au, 30.06 g/T Ag, 5.16% Cu and 0.5% Zn from 89.3 to 91.9 meters. This mineralization corresponds with projections of high grade mineralization found in the Sabana Blanca Adit, previously announced hole D13-01A and mapped surface outcrop confirming both lateral and vertical continuity of high grade mineralization in the El Dovio System.