GGX Gold drills 10.3 g/t gold over 1.4 metres at Gold Drop

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Diamond drill core from the COD Vein of GGX’s Gold Drop property in British Columbia. Source: GGX Gold Corp.

GGX Gold Corp. [GGX-TSXV; GGXXF-OTCQB; 3SR2-FSE] has received additional analytical results from the winter-spring diamond drilling program on the Gold Drop property, located near Greenwood, B.C. Drill core analytical results have been received for 2018 drill holes COD18-17 to COD18-26 which tested the COD Vein.

Highlights from these analytical results include 6.36 g/t gold, 50.8 g/t silver and 45.5 g/t tellurium over a 0.87-metre core length in hole COD18-21 and 10.3 g/t gold over a 2.35-metre interval (1.4 metres actual recovered core from the 2.35M Interval) in hole COD18-26.

Drill hole COD18-26 intersected gold-bearing veins approximately 30 metres southwest of the 2017 trench. This hole was drilled approximately 100 metres southwest of 2017 drill hole COD17-14. Hole COD17-14 intersected the 4.59 g/t gold over 16.03 metres, including 10.96 g/t gold over 5.97 metres.

The ongoing diamond drill program is being conducted in the Gold Drop Southwest Zone, testing and defining the COD Vein, a Dentonia/Jewel style quartz vein. Drilling is also ongoing at a separate gold-bearing vein in this region, referred to as the Everest Vein. Previous drill core analytical results from the 2018 drilling program are reported in news releases of May 29, June 4 and June 27. The highlight of the 2018 drilling program to date is 14.62 g/t gold, 150.2 g/t silver and 102.0 g/t tellurium over a 2.1-metre core length in hole COD18-3 at the COD Vein. Trenching during 2017 exposed the northeast-southwest-striking COD Vein for over a 160-metre strike length.


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