BRITISH COLUMBIA – Huldra Silver of Vancouver is preparing its 100% owned Treasure Mountain silver property in the Similkameen Mining Division for a 10,000-tonne bulk sample. The rehabilitation of the road is complete, and work on the Level One production drift has started. Two raises between Level One and the surface are also being reopened. Sample mining will begin in approximately three weeks.
From the Level One portal to the surface, a 43-101-compliant resource estimate reported a total vein indicated resource, using a 342.8-g/t Ag cut-off, of 14,000 tonnes, grading 966.0 g/t Ag, 5.14% Pb and 3.06% Zn, or 430,000 oz of silver, 1,590,000 lb of lead and 940,000 lb of zinc. The total vein inferred resource, using a 342.8-g/t Ag cut-off, is 31,000 tonnes, grading 1,341.72 g/t Ag, 5.52% Pb and 6.42% Zn, or 1,340,000 oz of silver, 3,780,000 lb of lead and 4,390,000 lb of zinc.
Huldra has commenced hauling stockpiled material from the Treasure Mountain property to its mill site in Merritt, BC. To date, approximately 1,600 tonnes have been moved, with approximately 10,000 tonnes remaining at the Treasure Mountain site.
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