YUKON – Vancouver’s Golden Predator Mining says a 744-oz. gold doré bar has been poured from material collected from the bulk sample at its 3 Aces gold project. The first doré bar produced and sold in 2016 contained 85% gold and 8% silver.
The recent doré gold came from material collected from the No.1 table concentrate. Golden Predator has also collected 86.4 kg of No.2 concentrate and over 1.0 tonne of No.3 concentrate. These two remaining concentrates will be processed by Simi Metals in Chicago.
Map of 2017 drilling underway at the 3 Aces gold project. (Credit: Golden Predator Mining)
At the project site, the company continues to drill the Ace of Spades and Diamonds zone. Significant results include
- Hole 3A17-143: 19.3 metres of 16.15 g/t gold, including 4.30 metres of 42.37 g/t gold;
- Hole 3A17-149: 1.50 metres of 24.67 g/t gold;
- Hole 3A17-157: 4.2 metres of 20.04 g/t gold;
- Hole 3A17-147: 2.5 metres of 15.51 g/t gold, and 3.5 metres of 21.44 g/t gold (grade verification).
Golden Predator noted in a release that the 3 Aces project is located along the all-season Nahanni Range Road that is part of the $360-million Yukon Resource Gateway project funded by the federal and territorial governments.
More drill results are available at www.GoldenPredator.com.