ONTARIO – Based in London, U.K., Landore Resources
has published the final assays from the BAM East gold deposit on the Junior Lake property about 235 km northeast of Thunder Bay. The results intersected wide zones of gold mineralization within the inferred resource area.
Highlights of the assays include 49.00 metres at 1.08 g/t gold, 10.19 metres at 1.03 g/t, 19.89 metres at 1.24 g/t 11.95 metres at 0.95 g/t, and 1.10 metres at 12.95 g/t gold.
Step out drilling along strike has extended the mineralization with similar lithology and grades a further 300 metres to the east giving a potential resource continuity over 1.5 km, said Landore. The BAM East deposit remains open along strike to the east, west and down dip.
[caption id="attachment_1003720270" align="alignleft" width="300"] Drilling at the BAM East deposit on the Junior Lake property in Northern Ontario. (Credit: Landore Resources)
The BAM East mineralization occurs as a typical shear-hosted gold-bearing system in an Archaean greenstone belt. Drilling has led to the conclusion that the lithological sequence consists of leucogabbro rocks that outcrop to the south, metasedimentary rocks in the centre, and mafic volcanics to the north area of the property.
Readers might enjoy the extensive photo gallery from the BAM East project available at www.Landore.com.