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VIDEO – Fabled Silver Gold $FCO.ca Mexican Silver Project Was So Good That CEO Peter Hawley Came Out Of Retirement $GGD.ca $EDR.ca $RDU.ca $KTN.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 4:00 PM on Friday, January 22nd, 2021
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Fabled Silver Gold controls 100% of the Santa Maria Gold and Silver property in Mexico. It is a high grade underground mine with a rich mining history and a Silver Equivalent 43-101 with 3.2million ounces Indicated and 1.1m inferred.

Now as far as silver projects go 3.2M ounces isn’t very big but when serial mine finder and industry stalwart Peter Hawley was presented with it in 2016, he came out of retirement saying “it was almost too good to be true” and “this is the one I’ve been looking for.

Santa Maria’s best historical intercept to date, reported 11meters of 1,672 g/t Silver & 3.74 g/t gold and ending in mineralization. Moreover, a 2018 PEA is very supportive at current market prices.

Santa Maria has never been systematically, or explored thoroughly with modern methods, until now.   FCO is currently conducting their first drill program to support the 43-101 and expects results to start flowing right into June.

It is definitely in a great “neighbourhood” in the mining friendly jurisdiction of Parral which has produced over 250M oz silver.  Moreover, multiple major operators in the vicinity, including three toll mills within a 20 km distance.

Watch this great first of many anticipated interviews with CEO Peter Hawley.

Beauce Gold Fields $BGF.ca Buys Missing Drill Logs Adding 344 Never Reported Drill Holes $KG.ca $OSK.ca $TIG.ca $GSR.ca $ATC.ca $WGO.ca $OR.ca $KGC.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 9:28 AM on Thursday, January 21st, 2021
  • Acquired never before published exploration data from 1957 to 1965
  • This effectively triples the overburden drilling data that will give Beauce unprecedented overview of the placer channel

Beauce Gold Fields (TSXV: BGF) (Champs D’Or en Beauce), (“BGF”), is pleased to announce that it has acquired, from a Private Collector, a trove of never before published exploration data by the Beauce Placer Mining company that operated from 1957 to 1965 on the company’s Beauce Gold property located in Saint-Simon-les-Mines, Quebec.

Patrick Levasseur, President and CEO of Beauce Gold Fields said, “This effectively triples the overburden drilling data that will give us an unprecedented overview of the placer channel.” Mr. Levasseur added: “The data will have a profound impact in orientating our future rock drilling program to uncover the source of the gold placers.”

Figure 1: Drill Hole Map 1958, St-Gustave Road and Drill Operator

Active from 1957 to 1965, the Beauce Placer Company was the largest placer gold mining operation in eastern North America. Yet, there was very little documentation available of the work completed during that period. Historical reports found on the Government of Quebec’s geology and mining data registry are but brief summaries and observations. Missing were drill hole logs and subsequent results, geophysics data, field surveys, compilation maps and for that matter, all aspects pertaining to the dredge mining operation itself. These have now been found.

According to the Collector, the documents originated from a field office the Beauce Placer Mining Company occupied in Beauceville, Quebec. The office was abandoned in the 1970s leaving behind filing cabinets full of documents. The documents were given to the Collector, a businessman from St-Simon-les-Mine. Being an avid antiques collector, he recognized the importance of preserving historical documentation pertaining to his town’s heritage.

Document Highlights

– Total 344 drill logs from 7-inch wide overburden drill holes down to bedrock:

  • Gilbert River (St-Simon-les-Mine) – 252 holes
  • Famine River – 40 holes
  • Chaudière River – 36 holes
  • Riviere Du Loup – 12 holes
  • Ruisseau Des Meule – 4 holes

– Geophysics
– Claims and property agreements
– Land surveys
– Documentation regarding the operation of the dragline and the Yuba dredge
– Daily back office operation
– Gold receipts from the mint

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Beauce Gold Fields $BGF.ca Stakes 30 Placer to Hard Rock Gold Properties $KG.ca $OSK.ca $TIG.ca $GSR.ca $ATC.ca $WGO.ca $OR.ca $KGC.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 4:37 PM on Tuesday, January 12th, 2021
  • Staked a portfolio of prospective placer to hard rock gold anomalies throughout southern Quebec
  • The Mégantic property extends for at least 30 km along the axis of the Bella Fault.

Beauce Gold Fields (Champs D’Or en Beauce) (TSXV: BGF), (“BGF”), is pleased to announce that it has acquired through map staking, a portfolio of prospective placer to hard rock gold anomalies throughout southern Quebec. The Beauce, the Megantic and Quebec’s Eastern Townships are considered to be the most suitable regions for the discovery of gold deposits near or under former gold placers.

Patrick Levasseur, President and CEO of Beauce Gold Fields said, “Just as major gold companies have found new value in storied placer gold districts of BC’s Cariboo and the Kondike in Yukon, we see untapped potential in Quebec’s placer gold properties.” Mr. Levasseur added: “For example, the Megantic property holds a similar geological model to the company’s flagship Saint-Simon-les-Mines Beauce Gold property whereby a major geological fault line follows along strike historical placer gold deposits.”

The Mégantic property is limited to the southwest by the American border of New Hampshire and to the northeast by Lac Mégantic. The property extends for at least 30 km along the axis of the Bella Fault. It is divided into four areas: the Ditton, the Mining Brook, the Chesham and Bergeron rivers.

The Mégantic property is located at the foot of the granite intrusion of Mont Mégantic. It partly occupies the Compton Formation composed of graphitic and pelitic metasedimentary rocks of Siluro-Devonian age. These sedimentary rocks are in discordant contact in the center of the terrain with the volcanic facies (basalts, andesites and dacites) of the Siluro-Devonian Formation of the Frontenac Formation. The Bella fault, which is the major structural element of the Mégantic property, is in contact between the Compton and Frontenac Formations. Observations at Mount Saddle suggest several intrusive phases that would be favourable to the establishment of gold mineralization.

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Beauce Gold Fields $BGF.ca Completes Rang St-Gustave Trench Work; More than 100 Samples Sent to Laboratory $KG.ca $OSK.ca $TIG.ca $GSR.ca $ATC.ca $WGO.ca $OR.ca $KGC.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 4:14 PM on Wednesday, January 6th, 2021
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  • Mechanized excavations of the overburden exposed the bedrock before it plunges deeper into the historical placer gold channel.
  • Geological mapping and structural study to the east and west of Rang St-Gustave road will provide requisite data to optimize the drill program

Montreal, Quebec–(Newsfile Corp. – January 6, 2021) – Beauce Gold Fields (Champs D’Or en Beauce) (TSXV: BGF) (“BGF”), is pleased to announce that it has completed its trenching and rock outcrop exploration program in the Rang St-Gustave sector of the gold property located in St-Simon-Les-Mines in the Beauce region of southern Quebec.

Patrick Levasseur, President and CEO of Beauce Gold Fields said, “The Rang St-Gustave area was the site of the only major placer mining and dredging operation in eastern North America. In this same sector, the company discovered a major geological fault which could explain, in part, the gold bearing structures.” Mr. Levasseur added: “The data provided by the survey and sampling of the trenches will better guide our future rock drilling program to uncover the source of the gold placers.”

Figure 1. Location of the trenches made in the St-Gustave sector and trajectory of the Yuba dredge used during the exploitation of the gold placer.

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Fabled Silver Gold $FCO.ca Announces Surface Sampling Over IP Anomalies Results In Three Areas of Highly Anomalous Silver Values and Update on Current Drilling $GGD.ca $EDR.ca $RDU.ca $KTN.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 7:42 AM on Wednesday, January 6th, 2021

Fabled Silver Gold Corp. (TSXV: FCO) (FSE: 7NQ) (“Fabled” or the “Company“) is pleased to announce the completion of the first ever follow up ground sampling program to evaluate the IP geophysical anomalies on the Santa Maria Property in Parral, Mexico. Fabled is also pleased to provide an update on progress made on its initial 8,000 meter drill program.

Peter J. Hawley, CEO and President, remarks, “The results of the follow up sampling of the IP anomalies have provided favorable silver results over all on anomalies sampled, of which certain results were a pleasant confirmation of not only the location of the IP anomaly but also exhibiting silver grades on surface even though the anomaly is at depth. It is not common to sample almost one ounce of silver over a buried IP Anomaly.”

Of particular interest are two areas to the west and outside the new resource area. The first is anomaly IPSM-10 at the western sector of the property, where sample #816013 reported 29.8 g/t Ag. The anomaly is thought to represent the intersection of the northeast trending Peneto Vein located to the south west of the property and the intersection of the Santa Maria vein structures. Geophysical interpretation suggests it represents a shallow, thin body (“vein type”) response.

The second is located between IPSM-10 and the new resource trend and identified by IP anomaly IPSM-12 and sample #816007 which reported 14.2 g/t Ag and is thought to be the contact between the Santa Maria Vein trends and a felsic mineralized dike contact. Geophysical interpretation suggests a deep seated (>100 m) vein type response.

A total of 11 first priority IP targets have been delineated property wide (see Figure 1 below), which are in a generalized east – west direction. The geological team collected a total of 26 surface samples over all anomalies and nearby areas.

Figure 1: IP Anomalies on the Santa Maria Property with surface sample assay values and locations.

Drilling Update

The Company has completed two drill holes SM20-01 – 02 for a total of 396 metres. Holes 01 and 02 have been sampled and submitted to ALS Chihuahua Laboratory for analysis. Hole SM 20-03 is in progress. The focus of the program is to determine the true potential of the property, which is expected to take several months to complete.

Option Grants

Fabled also is pleased to announce that pursuant to its stock option plan it has granted 200,000 stock options to a consultant for the Company, each exercisable to acquire one common share of Fabled at an exercise price of $0.10 per common share until January 06, 2031. The stock options vest as to 25% on the date of grant, and as to 25% every 6 months until fully vested.

QA QC Procedure

Analytical results of sampling reported by Fabled Silver Gold represent surface rock samples submitted by Fabled Silver Gold staff directly to ALS Chemex, Chihuahua, Chihuahua, Mexico. Samples were crushed, split, and pulverized as per ALS Chemex method PREP-31, then analyzed for ME-ICP61 33 element package by four acid digestion with ICP-AES Finish. ME-GRA21 method for Au and Ag by fire assay and gravimetric finish, 30g nominal sample weight.

Over Limit Methods

For samples triggering precious metal over-limit thresholds of 10g/t Au or 200g/t Ag, the following is being used:

Au-GRA21 Au by fire assay and gravimetric finish with 30g sample.

Ag-GRA21 Ag by fire assay and gravimetric finish.

Fabled Silver Gold monitors QA/QC using commercially sourced standards and locally sourced blank materials inserted within the sample sequence at regular intervals.

About Fabled Silver Gold Corp.

Fabled is focused on acquiring, exploring and operating properties that yield near-term metal production. The Company has an experienced management team with multiple years of involvement in mining and exploration in Mexico. The Company’s mandate is to focus on acquiring precious metal properties in Mexico with blue-sky exploration potential.

The Company has entered into an agreement with Golden Minerals Company to acquire the Santa Maria project, a high-grade silver-gold property situated in the center of the Mexican epithermal silver-gold belt. The belt has been recognized as a significant metallogenic province, which has reportedly produced more silver than any other equivalent area in the world.

For further information please contact:

Mr. Peter J. Hawley, President and C.E.O.
Fabled Silver Gold Corp.
Phone: (819) 316-0919
[email protected]

Where Does Placer Gold Come From? SPONSOR Beauce Gold Fields $BGF.ca $KG.ca $OSK.ca $TIG.ca $GSR.ca $ATC.ca $WGO.ca $OR.ca $KGC.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 2:00 PM on Friday, December 11th, 2020
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Beauce Gold Fields is focused on placer to hard rock exploration and discovery in the Beauce region of Southern Quebec. The the St-Simon-les-Mines Gold project is home to Canada’s first gold rush that pre-dates the Yukon Klondike that produced the largest gold nuggets in Canadian mining history (50oz to 71oz). Hosted along a 6 kilometer long placer channel, Beauce has identified a major Fault Line that coincides with an interpreted fault structure across the property. Evidence suggests the erosion of the Fault Line as a probable source of the historical placer gold channel. Click Here for More Info

If you are trying to find gold it helps to know where it came from.

gold-panning

To start with there is only one kind of gold.  Placer gold and lode gold both come from the same place and are made of the same stuff.  Gold is not actually formed on earth it was formed millions of years ago in distant stars.  In large stars, much larger than our sun elements are combined together in their cores through the process of nuclear fusion.  Our sun like all stars runs on fusion too but it does not have enough mass to produce atoms larger than carbon or oxygen.  Larger stars can generate the gravitational force and heat in their cores necessary to produce elements as heavy as iron.  To create things like gold even more energy is required and that takes place in a supernova.

SolarNebula

When a large star runs out of light matter the fusion reaction is no longer sustainable and the star begins to collapse on itself very rapidly.  The supernova collapse takes place in a matter of seconds.  While the star is collapsing it produces heat very rapidly and explodes in what is essentially a humongous nuclear bomb.  Supernova events are so bright and powerful that they are brighter than then entire galaxy that hosts the star.  This nuclear explosion allows for higher energy fusion reactions that can produce heavy elements like gold.  The explosion also scatters the newly created material over great distances.

Early Earth

So how did the star dust make it into the mountains and rivers on earth?  When our solar system began approximately 4.6 billion years ago it was a cloud of dust and gas called a nebula.  This nebula was composed of the remains from older stars that had spread their guts around the universe in supernova explosions.  The molecules of the nebula naturally pulled on each other by the force of gravity growing more and more dense.  As the nebula was collapsing in on itself it also started to spin faster and faster.  The condensing and spinning action formed the nebula into a disk, much like you spin dough into a pizza.  In the center where the force of gravity is the strongest a new star was created, our sun.  The swirling mass around the sun clumped together into the planets, moons, asteroid and comets that we see today.

The early solar system was different that it is today.  The big planets did not form all at once, it was a gradual process.  Small plantoids formed first and crashed and coalesced into each other to form larger planets.  In theory the distribution of gold was basically even in all the rocky material that made up the early solar system.  In the early earth, while it was still completely molten the heavy material (such as iron and precious metals like gold) all sunk to the center of the planet to form the core.  The process is similar to the way that dense material sinks to the bottom of your gold pan.  If you could mine the core you would be very rich but it would be very difficult with current gold mining equipment.  Current scientific theories estimate that there is enough gold in the core to cover the surface of the earth with a 4 meter thick layer of pure gold.

earth-core

We can only reach gold that is trapped in the crust of the earth.  The precious metals in the crust were put there by meteor bombardments that took place after the crust had formed.  As these meteorites crashed into the surface of the earth they disintegrated and mixed their material into the upper mantle.  The meteorite guts had the effect of enriching the amount of precious metals in the crust.

So we know where gold came from and how it was formed.  Stay tuned for a future post to learn how the gold formed into deposits in the mountains and streams that we mine.

SOURCE: https://www.westcoastplacer.com/where-does-placer-gold-come-from/

Beauce Gold Fields $BGF.ca Extends Trenching East of St-Gustave Road at the Starting Point of the 1960s Gold Dredging Operation $KG.ca $OSK.ca $TIG.ca $GSR.ca $ATC.ca $WGO.ca $OR.ca $KGC.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 10:18 AM on Friday, November 6th, 2020
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Montreal, Quebec–(Newsfile Corp. – November 6, 2020) – Beauce Gold Fields (TSXV: BGF) (Champs D’Or en Beauce) (“BGF”), is pleased to announce that the Company has completed nine more trenches east of St-Gustave road around the site that was once the starting point of the 1960s gold dredging operation on the Company’s Beauce gold property located in the municipality of Saint-Simon-les-Mines in the Beauce region of Quebec.

Patrick Levasseur, President and CEO of Beauce Gold Fields said, “The St-Gustave zone was the site of the largest placer gold dredging operation in eastern North America.” Mr. Levasseur further states, “We are the first exploration company to sample this historic gold anomaly.”

Figure 1. Location of St-Gustave Trenches and path of Yuba Dredge

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Figure 2. Aerial View of Lima Electric Dragline and Yuba Dredge 1962

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Active from 1958 to 1964, the Beauce Placer Company was the only major placer gold mining operation in eastern North America. To mine the deposit, the Company purchased a floating Yuba dredging plant. The four storey high, 800-ton dredge was dismantled in Idaho and transported in 25 train cars to the Beauce region. It was then assembled and floated in a dredge pit south of the Gilbert river just East of Rang St-Gustave road, around the site where BGF is currently trenching. A Lima Electric Dragline was used to strip the glacial till overburden. The Yuba dredged southward the placer gold channel from the pit to the middle of the Rang Chaussegros property.

Reference to the historical placer gold deposit does not comply with the CIM reporting standards National Instrument 43-101 for mineral resources or reserves and should not be relied upon. While the Company considers historical estimates and the calculated Gold Exploration Target* for the entire historical placer channel to be relevant to investors as it may indicate the presence of mineralization, the Company is not treating these historical estimates as a current mineral resource.

SHARES FOR DEBTS

In accordance with the agreement between BGF and Agora Internet Relations Corp., entered into on August 1, 2020 for the term ending July 31, 2021, BGF board has approved the issuance of 86,923 common shares at a deemed price of $0.13 per share to pay $11,300 for services rendered during the period ending October 31, 2020. Each share issued pursuant to the debt settlement will have a mandatory four (4) month and one (1) day holding period from the date of closing.

About Beauce Gold Fields

Beauce Gold Fields is a gold exploration company focused on placer to hard rock exploration in the Beauce region of Southern Quebec. The Company’s flagship property is the St-Simon-les-Mines Gold project site of Canada’s first gold rush that pre-dates the Yukon Klondike. The Beauce region hosted some of the largest historical placer gold mines in Eastern North America that were active from 1860s to the 1960s. It produced the largest gold nuggets in Canadian mining history (50oz to 71oz).

Comprising 152 contiguous claims and seven real estate lots, the project area contains a six kilometer long placer channel consisting of an unconsolidated gold-bearing auriferous units of a lower saprolite and an upper brown diamictite. The Company has calculated a Gold Exploration Target for the entire historical placer channel ranges between 61,000 ounces (2,200,000 m3 @ 0.87g Au/m3) and 366,000 ounces* (2,200,000 m3 @ 5.22 g Au/m3).

*Source: Beauce July 4th 2018[43-101 Report

The Company has identified a major Fault Line that coincides with an interpreted fault structure across the property. Evidence suggests the erosion of the Fault Line as a probable source of the historical placer gold channel.

Beauce Gold Fields website: www.beaucegold.com

Beauce Gold Fields $BGF.ca Pays off Property Mortgage in Full and Buys Back NSR on Company’s Historical Placer Gold Deposit $KG.ca $OSK.ca $TIG.ca $GSR.ca $ATC.ca $WGO.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 3:17 PM on Wednesday, September 30th, 2020
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Montreal, Quebec–(Newsfile Corp. – September 30, 2020) – Beauce Gold Fields (Champs D’Or en Beauce) (TSXV: BGF), (“BGF”), is pleased to announce that the Company has paid in full the principal and interest on a mortgage for 176 acres of real estate and bought back a 1.5% Net Smelter Royalty (NSR) held over the historical placer gold deposit in the municipality of Saint-Simon-les-Mines in the Beauce region of Quebec.

Patrick Levasseur, President and CEO of Beauce Gold Fields said, “The reimbursement of the mortgage represents a significant savings to shareholders. Moreover, with respect to the NSR, our predecessor company (Uragold) was granted certificates of authorization in 2013 for trial mining a section of the placer gold channel. In the event of a potential mining operation, the NSR we purchased will represent another significant saving as well.”

Placer Channel & Fault Line

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Reference to the historical placer gold deposit does not comply with the CIM reporting standards National Instrument 43-101 for mineral resources or reserves and should not be relied upon. While the Company considers historical estimates and the calculated Gold Exploration Target* for the entire historical placer channel to be relevant to investors as it may indicate the presence of mineralization, the Company is not treating these historical estimates as a current mineral resource.

During December 2018, the Company signed a real estate mortgage of $180,000, secured by the land with a net carrying amount of $204,346, bearing interest at compound rate of 18 % annually. On September 4, 2020, the Company reimbursed principal and interest.

The Company also had assumed the payment to a third party of a royalty of 1.5% of which, at the option of the company, 1% was redeemable for an amount of $1,000,000. The 1.5% royalty will be redeemed by the Company from the holder thereof by means of the issuance of 700,000 common shares of its capital stock representing the redemption price of $108,500. This transaction is subject to the TSX Venture Exchange approval

Modification To Stock Option Plan

Beauce Gold Fields Inc. announces that its Board of Directors has approved the modification of the total number of shares that may be issued pursuant to its stock option plan, increasing it by 1,480,000 shares from 1,900,000 shares to 3,380,000 shares and, as a result, the consolidation of its current stock options plan into the new 2020 stock options plan. The maximum number of common of shares that may be issued under the plan shall be equivalent to less than 10% of the issued and outstanding common shares of the Corporation. The modification is subject to regulatory approval and TSX Venture Exchange approval.

About Beauce Gold Fields

Beauce Gold Fields is a gold exploration company focused on placer to hard rock exploration in the Beauce region of Southern Quebec. The Company’s flagship property is the St-Simon-les-Mines Gold project site of Canada’s first gold rush that pre-dates the Yukon Klondike. The Beauce region hosted some of the largest historical placer gold mines in Eastern North America that were active from 1860s to the 1960s. It produced the largest gold nuggets in Canadian mining history (50oz to 71oz).

Comprising 152 contiguous claims and 7 real estate lots, the project area contains a six kilometer long placer channel consisting of an unconsolidated gold-bearing auriferous units of a lower saprolite and an upper brown diamictite. The Company has calculated a Gold Exploration Target for the entire historical placer channel ranges between 61,000 ounces (2,200,000 m3 @ 0.87g Au/m3) and 366,000 ounces* (2,200,000 m3 @ 5.22 g Au/m3).

*Source: Beauce July 4th 2018[43-101 Report.

The Company has identified a major Fault Line that coincides with an interpreted fault structure across the property. Evidence suggests the erosion of the Fault Line as a probable source of the historical placer gold channel.

Beauce Gold Fields website www.beaucegold.com