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Fabled $ $FBSGF Intercepts Six Silver Bearing Structures Including 5 New Mineralized North – South Structures Identified $ $ $GMBXF $

Posted by AGORACOM at 8:43 AM on Monday, March 22nd, 2021
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  • Five silver bearing north – south structures were intercepted
  • North – South structures are mineralized
  • East – West Santa Maria structure returned 14.7 meters grading 44.92 g/t Ag Eq

Fabled Silver Gold Corp. (TSXV: FCO) (OTC Pink: FBSGF) (FSE: 7NQ) (“Fabled” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce assay results of diamond drill hole 6 from the on-going 8,000 meter drill program on the Santa Maria Property in Parral, Mexico.

Peter J. Hawley, CEO and President, remarks, “This completes the results of the fence of drill holes 4,5 and 6 which are located approximately 125 meters to the east of the previous fence of holes 1, 2 and 3 which have been reported.

“Hole SM20-06 was drilled at -50 degrees and 232.0 meters in length and designed to test the various structures in the brittle oxide zone.

“Drill results demonstrate, while we are traversing eastwards the edge of a broad secondary north – south structure trend is starting to be encountered with intermittent silver mineralization within the structural fabric. As shown below in Table 1, five silver bearing north – south structures were intercepted before intersecting the targeted East – West Santa Maria structure which intersected 14.7 meters grading 44.92 g/t Ag Eq at -150 meters.

“Drill hole SM20-04 which was drilled at -60 below hole SM20-06 intercepted a north – south trending fault which displaced the Santa Maria Structure slightly to the south. This displacement is also quite evident in the first priority east to west northern IP anomaly IPSM-04 which has the same offset as we have encountered.

“Further evidence of the north – south trend is found in hole SM20-05 which has not only intersected the edge of Santa Maria structure but has also intersected three additional north – south trending mineralized structures reporting up to 232.08 g/t Ag Eq over 2.20 meters, 162.64 g/t Ag Eq over 0.55 meters and 1.6 meters grading 46.62 g/t Ag Eq before hitting the edge of the displaced Santa Maria structure at -300 meters vertically reporting 53.21 g/t Ag Eq over 7.2 meters.

“These intercepts add weight to the proposed theory that not only do the north – south structures slightly off set the east to west structures but they are more importantly mineralized.

“Re-logging of previously drilled hole SM-17-10 shows it intersected the north – south structures between hole SM20-04 and 05 at right angles to the structure not along the structure and returned1.40 g/t Au, 862 g/t Ag, 934.02 g/t Ag Eq.

“The two fences of drill holes 125 meters apart completes this drill section and adds new structural details to the interpretation on the newly interpreted East – West Santa Maria structure which is clearly defined from surface down to -350 meters vertically, which is the deepest hole ever drilled on the property. The structure remains very conformable and intersected exactly where predicted, which bodes very well for the expansion of Santa Maria and increasing the present NI 43-101 resources on the property with only 5 drill holes drilled to date.

“We expect to see the effect of the North – South structural fabric to become more intense as we move to the next fence of holes a further 200 meters to the east and expected to be in the middle of what is interpreted to be the center of the broad North – South structure intersecting the Santa Maria Structure. If this is the case this will set the stage for further investigation of this area.”

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