Silverstone releases initial mineral resource estimate

- July 22nd, 2008

Silverstone Resources Corp. reports its initial mineral resource estimate for its Copala silver project, Sinaloa State, Mexico. To date, Silverstone has focused its drilling on two of the more than 9 known vein and manto systems on the Copala Property. These are the Animas Refugio vein and La Colorada vein-mantos. On the Animas Refugio vein system, … Continued

Silverstone Resources Corp. reports its initial mineral resource estimate for its Copala silver project, Sinaloa State, Mexico.

To date, Silverstone has focused its drilling on two of the more than 9 known vein and manto systems on the Copala Property. These are the Animas Refugio vein and La Colorada vein-mantos. On the Animas Refugio vein system, Silverstone has drilled 131 holes that total 15,184 meters. This drilling was distributed between four sectors that host historic workings: La Pipa, El Muerto, Clemens, and San Carlos. Vein mineralization in the combined Clemens-El Muerto Sector showed sufficient grade and continuity to warrant infill drilling with a goal of identifying a resource with potential to be developed by underground mining.

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