Source Exploration Corp. (CVE:SOP) reports preliminary assay results for its sampling program at the historical Changaro mine, Las Minas project, Veracruz, State, Mexico.
The press release is quoted as saying:
The rock chip sampling included both surface and underground samples at the Changaro adit as well as samples in the area of historical mining. A plan map showing the various sample locations can be viewed on the Company’s website at www.sourceexploration.com – see Project – Maps. Highlights of the sampling program include:
- 8 metres grading 9.92 g/t gold, 20.78 g/t silver and 0.63 % copper or 11.45 g/ ton gold equivalent*, including 2.0 metres grading 28.87 g/t gold, 20.3 g/t silver and 0.68% copper (30.46 g/t gold equivalent).
- 10 metres grading 3.03 g/t gold, 12.9 g/t silver and 0.61% copper or 4.35 g/t gold equivalent, including 4.0 metres grading 7.47 g/t gold, 29.35 g/t silver and 0.71% copper or 9.26 g/t gold equivalent.
- 16.0 metres grading 1.83 g/t gold, 13.01 g/t silver and 0.25% copper or 2.51 g/t gold equivalent
Source’s President and CEO, Brian E. Robertson says:
“We are very encouraged by these recent sampling results. Historical mining at Changaro, one of the primary targets on the Property, was very selective and focused on very high grade ore. These sampling results clearly demonstrate that mineralization with significant grade and widths extend into the hanging wall and footwall of the historical stoping areas.”