Dolly Varden drills 9.2 m of 566 g/t Ag at Dolly
DOLLY VARDEN Silver Corp. has released results of the third batch of 10 drill holes from the 2018 diamond drilling program. The Dolly Varden silver property is in the Golden Triangle of northwestern British Columbia, Canada.
In the Moose-Lamb zone, hole DV18-109 yielded 29.15 metres (22.33 m estimated true thickness) grading 226.0 grams per tonne silver, 0.09 per cent lead and 0.13 per cent zinc, for a silver-equivalent of 237.1 g/t. Within this intercept are 9.20 metres (7.05 m estimated true thickness) grading 566.0 g/t Ag, 0.03 per cent Pb and 0.07 per cent Zn, for a silver equivalent grade of 571.3 g/t.
Gary Cope, president and chief executive officer, said: “The exploration program at Dolly Varden has progressed smoothly and drilling continues to yield high-grade silver intercepts. Additionally, assay results are pending from over 50 more drill holes.”
(See DV Table 1 on page 8)
The 2018 drilling program is designed to focus on resource delineation and verification, particularly in the areas of the new discoveries from the 2017 exploration season. These include Torbrit North, Torbrit East and Moose-Lamb targets, as well as areas around the Torbrit and the Dolly Varden deposits. Exploration drilling is also marked for the potassic alteration belt and in the gold belt transect on the western side of the valley.
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Donald J Birak, Gary Gordon Cope, Annette Cusworth, Darren P Devine, Rosalie C Moore, James A Sabala, Thomas E Jr Wharton
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