Northern Vertex Mining (CVE:NEE) (OTCQX:NHVCF) unveiled Thursday additional results from historic underground workings at the Moss gold-silver project in Mohave County, northwestern Arizona.
Channel samples were taken at 5-foot
intervals across the 'back' of drifts and cross-cuts on the minus 60
level in the vicinity of the property's Allen Shaft.
said the underground channel samples returned consistent and greater
than 1.5 grams per tonne (g/t) gold equivalent grades over broad
"Assays continue to demonstrate excellent continuity
of mineralization both along and across the Moss Gold-Silver
structure," said chief geologist, Dr. Bob Thompson.
consistent 1.5+ gpt gold equivalent grades returned further demonstrate
the remarkable uniformity of the Moss stockwork vein Gold-Silver
system both on strike and at depth.
"Establishing continuity of
grades along tunnels (drifts) and sub-drifts will play an important
factor in future mine planning and development."
the results included 6.1 metres of 1.98 g/t gold equivalent, 13.72
metres of 1.92 g/t gold equivalent including 1.52 metres of 6.03 g/t
gold equivalent, and 12.19 metres of 1.75 g/t gold equivalent.
company noted that underground sampling is continuing at the Moss
project, and additional results from the program are expected in the
Northern Vertex has the right to earn a 70 per cent
interest in the historic Moss property, located in Mohave County,
Arizona from Patriot Gold Corp (PINK:PGOL).
Earlier this month,
the company announced initial results from channel samples taken
underground at its Moss project returning grades of gold equivalents
ranging from 1.81 g/t to 5.60 g/t.