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CLIENT FEATURE: Fabled Silver Gold $FCO $FBSGF to Spin-Out Fabled Copper Co. to Shareholders $CMMC $NDM $CS $GMBXF

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 8:42 PM on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2021

Fabled Silver Gold (TSXV:FCO ) (OTCQB: FBSGF) is in the metal discovery business.

They recently added copper to the exploration menu with news of a spin out of their Northern B.C. assets into Fabled Copper Co., providing FCO shareholders with a new vehicle capable of making a metals discovery.

Fabled Silver Gold controls 100% of the Santa Maria Gold and Silver property in Mexico and is its flagship project. 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 is a reported 11meters of 1,672 g/t Silver & 3.74 g/t gold and ending in mineralization. Current exploration has demonstrated drill success from the very first holes with an incredible intercept of 10 ounces of silver over 6 meters. As a result of the drill success, Fabled increased their original program from 8,000m to a minimum of 9200m to drill from underground to firm up the known resource, and for “Blue Sky drilling”  to explore the numerous anomalies unexplored on the property capable of demonstrating discovery potential.

Not only that, Santa Maria is definitely in a great “neighborhood” within the mining friendly jurisdiction of Parral that has produced over 250M oz silver.  The Parral mining district is situated in the centre of the Mexican epithermal silver-gold vein districts. The belt has been recognized as a significant metallogenic province, which has reportedly produced more silver than any other equivalent area in the world. Grupo Mexico, as an example, are their neighbor and border the Santa Maria property. Grupo (GMBXF) valued at 38$Billion, is the largest mining corporation in Mexico.

Santa Maria is in the perfect environment for further discoveries and increased development, yet has never been systematically or thoroughly explored with modern methods, until now.   FCO is currently conducting their first drill program to support the 43-101 and expect results flowing right through June. It’s an excellent project and a company maker.

So why are we switching to copper?

Peter thinks he can do it again, only this time with Dr. Copper, who is in a metals bull of its own, and with properties located in a very favorable mining jurisdiction, British Colombia, Canada

Fabled is spinning out its copper assets to be placed into a new public vehicle, Fabled Copper Co., and the assets are good, really good. They already demonstrate the necessary value to create an excellent copper exploration and development company.  In this case, Fabled’s Northern B.C “Muskwa” copper assets act like a dividend for Fabled Silver Gold shareholders. A unanimous Board approval vaults the Muskwa Copper project directly into the forefront of investors’ attention. Current shareholders will receive a new share in Fabled Copper Co. for every 5 Fabled Silver Gold Shares. It’s an incredible bonus for shareholders as it generates a Newco to follow a completely different metal currently in its own bull market.

Shareholders will own shares in both companies, Silver and Copper, and benefit by allowing capital markets to ascribe value to the Muskwa copper project independent of the Company`s silver properties.

Alone, this is a great deal for shareholders, but what may be hidden amongst the capital markets excitement is the fact that the 100% controlled Muskwa project comprises 3 known deposits and over 20 copper occurrences.

This is not small scale. The exploration and development infrastructure is advanced, extensive really. Fabled is prepared to act very quickly and are already on task to define multiple exploration teams, outfitters, helicopter services to outline, and budget a July to September 2021 exploration program.

Sometime words convey the story, but in this case it is better to hear it and see it directly.

Watch this amazing 2 minute video with CEO Peter Hawley that captures the magnitude of the exploration potential and work accomplished to date. It portends a very bright future for a discovery for all shareholders near and dear to Fabled. Silver, Gold….or Copper.

CLIENT FEATURE: Tartisan Nickel $TN $TTSRF Drilling The Kenbridge Nickel Deposit in a Battery Metals Bull $FPX $TLO $CNC $FCC $CVE

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 12:56 PM on Wednesday, June 2nd, 2021
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Tartisan Nickel (CSE:TN) ( OTC PINK:TTSRF) isn’t like any other Junior Metals Exploration Company. They own several high quality positions in multiple junior mining companies that were placed years ago, most notably Eloro Resources, whose Bolivian Tin Porphyry Deposit is quickly developing into a world class asset.  

A similar mindset came into play when Tartisan purchased the Kenbridge Nickel Deposit. It was before the current battery metals boon, and it came with tremendous foresight of future value based off a tangible asset. The Kenbridge deposit is an asset that any exploration peer would love to have to develop their company around, not only because of the tremendous value in place through infrastructure, known mineralization and future discovery/expansion potential, but because it is considered a “Class One Nickel”, which is the main driver of the Battery metals Boom.

EV batteries require premium materials such as nickel sulfide, for which production levels remain low. Nickel sulfate powder—produced from nickel sulfide ore—is a critical ingredient in the cathode formulation for lithium-ion batteries, and analysts expect to see a boom in demand as global automakers transition away from gas engines and into producing EVs. It is this demand that supports Tartisans intention to further de-risk Kenbridge through an updated PEA and exploration drilling to potentially discover new “Class1 ” nickel deposits

Why Tartisan Owns A World Class Nickel Project

The prior owner of the Kenbridge asset never fully realized its potential and a disinterested market discounted nickel until it fell below a value threshold. This is where a smart, forward thinking operator recognized not only its present value to the market, but its future potential as well. Enter Tartisan Nickel

The Kenbridge Deposit is Underexplored & Shows Considerable Exploration Promise

  • Class One Sulphide + Kenbride + Potential New Discovery KN1 &  KN2

The Kenbridge deposit has Total Measured & Indicated Mineral Resources 7.47 Mt at 0.6% Ni and 0.32% Cu for a total of 95 Mlb of contained nickel. An additional 0.99 Mt at 1.0% Ni and 0.62% Cu (22 Mlb contained nickel) were calculated as Inferred Mineral Resources.

Kenbridge has an existing shaft to a depth of 2,042 ft (622 m), with level stations at 150 ft. (45 m) intervals below the shaft collar and two levels developed at 350 ft (107 m) and 500 ft (152 m) below the shaft collar.

Historical drill hole KB07-180 located on the north side of the Kenbridge Deposit intersected 2.95% Ni over 21.5 meters and the deepest hole (end of hole K2010 = 880 m below surface) intersected mineralization grading 4.25% nickel and 1.38% copper over 10.7 ft (3.3 m), indicating that the Deposit remains open at depth.

Why is this important?

It is very clear the deposit has much more to offer than its historical understanding.

Tartisan recently performed a surface Time Domain Electromagnetic (“TDEM”) survey at Kenbridge North, 2.5km to the north of the Kenbridge Deposit, as well as borehole geophysics at the known Kenbridge Deposit. The Kenbridge North target is interpreted to represent similar rock types that host the Kenbridge Deposit. The same survey conducted on 2 historic drill holes suggest that conductive material does in fact continue to depth and to the north of Kenbridge Deposit.

Matching rock types kilometers apart using the same scientific study bodes well for future exploration success.

Discovering additional deposits can help improve all aspects of development, from lower CAPEX, improved economics and infrastructure.

Aster Funds Survey of Kenbridge Nickel Project

Tartisan CEO Mark Appleby said, “the survey picked out the Kenbridge Deposit and has shown the possible extension to the Kenbridge Deposit and three additional trends that relate directly to underlying geology and structure implicit in the Kenbridge Deposit. Of significant interest, the survey found two gold trends as well, which include the Violet and Nina historic gold occurrences. One of the occurrences is almost 54 hectares in size and covers almost all of three of our staked claims on the border of the Kenbridge property.”

The Kenbridge deposit has unexplored potential, through the extensive underground intersections that indicate the deposit remains open and possibly richer at depth, to the potential for new discoveries that can supply future battery metal demand.

The future looks very bright for those interested in this emerging smallcap Battery Metals explorer.

Tartisan Nickel Corp. plans to expand on these intersections, upgrade the Indicated and Inferred Mineral Resources and test high potential nickel exploration targets, such as the Kenbridge North Target.