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CLIENT FEATURE: Advance Gold $AAX.ca – IP Survey Showing Potential for Large System Beneath Tabasquena Mine $SIL.ca $FA.ca $ANG.jo $ABX.ca $NGT.ca $MGG.ca $TECK.ca $FNLPF $PAAS.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 2:55 PM on Thursday, October 17th, 2019
  • A 3D Induced Polarization (IP) geophysical survey on its Tabasquena project in Zacatecas, Mexico has outlined a significant continuous chargeability anomaly.
  • This anomaly has an east-west width of approximately 250 metres and an apparent strike length of over 800 metres.
  • 2nd planned IP surgery to extend the grid approximately 1000 metres to the south where due to the elevation change the anomaly is closest to surface.
  • The anomaly remains open to the north and to the south and at depth.
  • Drilling to commence once the IP survey has been completed.
The chargeability anomaly is approximately 250 metres below historical mining and was designed for 500 to 550 metres of vertical depth investigation.

The IP data also clearly shows that the large polarisable body/target is apparently quickly deepening northward and getting closer to surface southward. The IP anomaly starts at around 100 metres below the past drill hole intersections that contained widespread gold and silver mineralization in epithermal veins.

Tabasquena

  • Previous drilling found a network of veins with widespread gold and silver mineralization.
  • The first phase geophysical survey revealed a large chargeability anomaly right below these veins and is getting nearer to the surface as it trends south.
  • Geophysical advisor described the anomaly as ‘quite remarkable in its size and continuity.
  • Advance is in a region with very large mines, including the El Coronel open pit, 12 miles to the south of Tabasquena.

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