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92 Resources samples additional high-grade gold in Quebec’s James Bay region

by Greg Klein | September 17, 2019

Update: On October 17, 2019, 92 Resources began trading under a new name and stock symbol: Gaia Metals Corp TSXV:GMC.

More assays from the Corvette-FCI project support historic findings and suggest new areas of mineralization, 92 Resources TSXV:NTY announced September 17. The news follows copper-gold-silver results released last week.

92 Resources samples additional high-grade gold in Quebec’s James Bay region

Outcrop and boulder field samples have 92 Resources
intrigued about the possible source of gold at Corvette-FCI.
(Photo: 92 Resources)

A boulder sample from the property’s Lac Bruno prospect hit 11.9 g/t gold, while an outcrop sample up-ice from the boulder field graded 1.4 g/t gold. Soil sample results further suggest the direction of a potential source, the company stated. Plans call for more surface work to track the source.

Other outcrop samples reaching as high as 1.87 g/t and 2.81 g/t gold suggest a possible western extension of the Golden Gap prospect, 92 added. The samples came from locations about 200 metres and 750 metres respectively west of Golden Gap’s westernmost drill hole.

Non-43-101 results for the hole showed 0.35 g/t gold extending over 13 metres, with a peak interval of 1.22 g/t over one metre, the company reported.

Other historic results for the area include grab samples ranging up to 108.9 g/t gold and a drill intercept of 10.48 g/t gold over seven metres. The team has identified several follow-up targets for Golden Gap.

Expected shortly are lithium-tantalum assays.

The property’s FCI-East and FCI-West blocks, operated under a 75% earn-in from Osisko Mining TSX:OSK, garnered about three-quarters of the program’s attention. The rest of the 23-day program focused on 92’s 100%-held Corvette claims. 

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