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GOLD RESOURCES: Pickle Crow hosts 1.26-M oz

ONTARIO - PC Gold of Ottawa has filed a 43-101 report for its Pickle Crow property in the Patricia Mining Division, and that report outlines 1.26 million oz of contained gold. The gold is contained in 10.15 million tonnes grading 3.9 g/t Au...



ONTARIO – PC Gold of Ottawa has filed a 43-101 report for its Pickle Crow property in the Patricia Mining Division, and that report outlines 1.26 million oz of contained gold. The gold is contained in 10.15 million tonnes grading 3.9 g/t Au (cut, diluted, constrained).

The deposit has a higher grade underground component of 6.52 million tonnes grading 5.4 g/t Au or 1.1 million contained oz. Almost half of that, 600,000 oz, is found in a high grade vein component that includes 2.10 million tonnes grading 9.3 g/t Au.

According to PC Gold, “The resource demonstrates something new for Pickle Crow: millions of tonnes of bulk underground zones to complement high grade vein resources typical of the historical operation, in addition to a new open pit component, all of which remain open for expansion. Combining feed from these various mining styles is expected to allow for considerably more flexibility in future mine design and a potentially much larger operation than the historical Pickle Crow mine.”

An animated video and rotating 3-D model of the Pickle Crow gold mine, including underground development, stopes, principal veins and BIF hosted gold zones, and resources, can be viewed on YouTube at: http://www.YouTube.com/watch?v=YRtBY26PXy8.

Or visit www.PCGold.ca to view the extensive photo gallery of the Pickle Crow project.