Silvercorp Metals Inc. (TSX:SVM,NYSE:SVM) announced results from drilling program in the second half of 2012 at the LM Mine West in China.
As quoted in the press release:
Highlights of selected intercepts:
- Hole ZKX03S31 intercepted a 19.13m interval, 18.80m true width, of Vein LM7 grading 368 grams per tonne (“g/t”) silver (“Ag”) and 1.78% lead (“Pb”) at the 863m elevation, including an interval of 8.10m, 7.95m true width, grading 788g/t Ag and 3.60% Pb;
- Hole ZKX3404 intercepted a 10.44m interval, 6.44m true width, of Vein LM17 grading 369g/t Ag and 1.70% Pb at the 599m elevation, including an interval of 2.45m, 1.51m true width, grading 1,323g/t Ag and 6.28% Pb;
- Hole ZKX0808 intercepted a 3.53m interval, 3.05m true width, of Vein LM12-2 branch grading 335g/t Ag, 2.23% Pb and 0.51% zinc (“Zn”) at the 603m elevation, including an interval of 0.67m, 0.58m true width, grading 1,456g/t Ag, 10.11% Pb and 1.92% Zn; and
- Hole ZKX1532 intercepted a 3.17m interval, 2.14m true width, of Vein W5 grading 427g/t Ag, 2.32% Pb and 0.49% Zn the 831m elevation, including an interval of 1.02m, 0.69m true width, grading 1,324g/t Ag, 6.81% Pb and 1.47% Zn.