Talisker Assets (TSX: TSK; US-OTC: TSKFF) has launched extra excessive grade outcomes from drilling within the Bralorne West space of its Bralorne gold undertaking in British Columbia.
One spotlight of the newest batch of drill outcomes is SB-2021-100, which intersected 38.01 grams gold per tonne over 1.55 metres and 13.43 grams gold per tonne over 1.70 metres. One other gap, SB-2021-102, returned 7.50 grams gold per tonne over 1.50 metres and 6.63 grams gold per tonne over 2.15 metres.
These convey the whole variety of vein intersections drilled to this point on the Bralorne property to 287, with a mixed weighted common diluted grade of 8.36 grams gold per tonne over a mean intersection size of 1.85 metres.
“We proceed to ship on high-grade vein intersects throughout the Bralorne West block,” Matt Filgate, Talisker’s vice chairman of company growth said in a information launch, including that the outcomes proceed to “reaffirm the continuity of excessive grade ore shoots throughout the modelled veins.”
A complete of 119,298 metres (237 holes) have been drilled since Talisker initiated drilling in February 2020. Presently, there are 8,042 samples on the assay laboratory, that are anticipated shortly.
The corporate is working in direction of an preliminary useful resource estimate for the Bralorne undertaking, anticipated within the second quarter of this 12 months.
Earlier this month, Talisker completed a $12.5 million financing to supply capital for its ongoing work.
The Bralorne property hosts three historic gold mines, which over forty years produced a complete of 4.2 million oz. at a mean recovered grade of 17.7 grams gold per tonne.