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GOLD: Barkerville cuts long and strong intersections at Cow Mountain



Barkerville models vein corridors – rather than individual veins – with a minimum thickness of 2.0 metres. (Image: Barkerville Gold Mines)

BRITISH COLUMBIA – Toronto-based Barkerville Gold Mines has received assays from 50  more of the 231 holes it drilled last year at the Cow Mountain gold property in its flagship Cariboo gold project. High grade mineralization within vein corridors and extensions down dip and down plunge was identified.

The best hole was CM-18-159. It assayed 8.70 g/t gold over 3.4 metres, including 169.50 g/t over 0.5 metre. The next best was CM-18-153 that intersected 8.96 g/t gold over 8.6 meters, including 17.40 g/t over 0.9 meter, 9.35 g/t over 0.5 meter and 33.30 g/t Au over 0.7 meter.

Barkerville launched the 2018 Cow Mountain program to infill and expand high grade vein corridors modeled in the resource estimate made in May last year. The corridors have been defined from surface to 300 metres deep and are open at depth and down plunge.

A detailed look at the results from the recent Cow Mountain holes are posted in the Jan. 10, 2019, news release at www.BarkervilleGold.com.