Gold Standard drills 164.6 m of 2.26 g/t Au at Railroad
GOLD STANDARD Ventures Corp. has released results from four infill holes at the Dark Star oxide gold deposit on its 100-percent-owned/controlled Railroad project in Nevada’s Carlin trend. Recent results continue to confirm the resource block model and reduce risk associated with the project.
Infill core hole DS17-28 intersected 68.4 m of 3.35 grams per tonne gold approximately 70 m north of DS17-20 (136.0 m of 2.67 g/t Au) and approximately 30 m south of DS16-24, which intersected 97.3 m of 3.34 g/t Au (see news release dated April 18, 2017). These new results are expected to improve the grade of the current block model in this portion of Dark Star.
Jonathan Awde, chief executive officer and director of Gold Standard, commented: “Infill drilling at Dark Star continues to return grades and thicknesses above our expectations based on the current resource model. This deposit is taking shape as a potentially exceptional economic opportunity. Drilling is still proceeding with five rigs working on Dark Star and several exploration targets throughout the Railroad project. We are pressing to get as much done as possible while the weather permits, and we are excited by the prospects for some of the new areas we are drilling for the first time.”
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Mac Jackson, Gold Standard’s vice-president of exploration, stated: “These thick, high-grade oxide intercepts at Dark Star outperform the current resource model, adding grade and increasing thickness. Dark Star is a high-quality, open-pit oxide deposit, and we are likely to find more as we continue to explore the same Penn.-Perm. host section and structural setting moving south on the large land package that we added this year.”
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Jonathan Charles Timothy Awde, Zara Boldt, Bruce Roderick McLeod, Robert John McLeod, Alexander G Morrison, James Digby Ronald Strauss, William Earl II Threlkeld
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