Tuesday 27th June 2017

Resource Clips

Silver Bull reports Mexico Silver Assays up to 912.8 g/t over 17.6m

Resource Clips - essential news on junior gold mining and junior silver miningSilver Bull Resources Inc TSX:SVB announced results from the Shallow Silver Zone of its Sierra Mojada Project in Coahuila State, Mexico. Assays include

88.5 grams per tonne silver over 20 metres
(including 192.8 g/t silver over 8 metres)
206.5 g/t silver over 18 metres
(including 561.87 g/t silver over 6 metres)
15.9 g/t silver, 7% zinc over 7 metres
912.8 g/t silver over 17.6 metres
(including 1,927 g/t silver over 3.66 metres)
(including 4.14% zinc over 4.9 metres)
(including 7.2% g/t lead over 7.2 metres)
5% zinc over 5 metres)
115.5 g/t silver over 43.5 metres
(including 5.96% zinc over 30.5 metres)

President/CEO Tim Barry commented, “We continue to be very pleased with the results from the long-hole twinning program. Recent underground mapping shows the high-grade zone is hosted along a series of east-west striking ‘stacked’ faults that are traceable underground for at least 1 kilometre. The lower-grade mineralization we encounter in some of the holes appears to be a halo in between the fault zones and explains why the drill holes can return spectacular grades when drilling in one direction and lower grades when drilling in another direction.”

According to a May 2012 resource estimate, the Shallow Silver Zone contains (at 15 g/t silver cutoff), 3.69 million tonnes grading 57 g/t silver for 6.71 million ounces silver measured, 45.18 million tonnes grading 45 g/t silver for 65.42 million ounces silver indicated and 8.16 million tonnes grading 40 g/t silver for 10.5 million ounces silver inferred.

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