GOLD EXPLORATION: Valley of the Kings drills high grades, confirms continuity

BRITISH COLUMBIA – Vancouver-based Pretium Resources says it has confirmed the continuity of the Valley of the Kings deposit at the Brucejack project 65 km north of Stewart – and drilling continues to intersect high grades.

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BRITISH COLUMBIA – Vancouver-based Pretium Resources says it has confirmed the continuity of the Valley of the Kings deposit at the Brucejack project 65 km north of Stewart – and drilling continues to intersect high grades.

Here are some highlights:

  • Hole SU-542 intersected 2,258 g/t Au uncut over 2.30 metres and 8,912 g/t Au uncut over 0.50 metres.
  • Hole SU-548 intersected 3,450 g/t Au uncut over 0.50 meters and 1,105 g/t Au uncut over 0.50 meters.
  • Hole SU-535 intersected 2,410 g/t Au uncut over 0.50 meters and 1,695 g/t Au uncut over 0.60 meters.

Pretium noted that the two bonanza grade intercepts are located 120 metres deeper and 12.6 metres east of where other bonanza grades have been cut. The company says the Valley of the Kings now extends over 800 meters on strike length and is open to the east, west, and at depth.

A plan of the Valley of the Kings highlighting the location of the holes noted above is located at http://media3.marketwire.com/docs/pvg310-F1.pdf or visit Pretivm.com for more information.

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