Providence Announces STOCKPILE GOLD RESULTS up to 165 g/t Au
January 25, 2021
Vancouver, B.C., January 25th, 2021 - Providence Gold Mines Inc. (TSX.V: PHD) (USOTC: PRRVF) (7RH1 “GR- FRANKFURT”) (“Providence Gold Mines” or the “Company”) is pleased to report stockpile percussion drilling assay results of up to 165 g/t Au.
Drilling results has verified that the stockpile contains a significant nugget effect along with lower grading material. Metallurgy is now planned to determine the best design for gold recovery.
This is further to the news release of November 5, 2019 where assay results of up to 253.6 g/t were announced from hand trenching of the Providence mine stockpile located in Tuolumne County, California.
Dr. Lee Groat Ph.D. states “These results and the previously reported assay results of November 5th, July 19 and September 4, 2019 advances the support of the stockpile, and as well, verifies the high-grade nature of the mineralization historically reported.”
Percussion drilling is a hammer drill that uses compressed air from down the hole to blow the hammered material to surface it is known for poor gold recovery, however, it was considered the most effective method of drilling the stockpile material.
The stockpile samples were tested by Bureau Veritas Minerals of Sparks Nevada, using 30 gm lead collection fire assay fusion for total sample digestion with AA finish. All Au>10 ppm is automatically analyzed by gravimetric method.
The processed percussion drill material was collected by Brian Ray PGeo under the supervision of Dr. Lee Groat Ph.D the Company's Qualified Person. The material sampled was pulverised to a fine dust size and blown to surface. Each sample taken was approximately 1.5 meters in length. Results from the sampling program are reported as follows:
The Company believes that the trenching samples taken by hand previously in 2019 represent an enhancement in accuracy assay representation from that of those produced utilising the Percussion drilling technique.
Previously reported Assay Results 2019:
Modeling of the stockpile is now underway as well as planned metallurgical studies.
Dr. Lee Groat Ph.D and Professor of Earth Science at UBC is the Company’s qualified person (as defined under NI 43-101) and has read and approved the technical information contained in this news release.
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