Samples 80.44 g/t Gold, 1.82% Copper and 264 pmm Cobalt over 0.3 m at North Choco
MAX RESOURCE CORP. (TSX.V: MXR; OTC: MXROF; Frankfurt: M1D1) reported further assay results from its exploration program at the North Choco Gold-Copper project, located 80 km SW of Medellin, Colombia. Max is acquiring North Choco, through the pending acquisition of Andagueda Mining Pty. Ltd. (see news release of May 8, 2019). Highlights include:
- Five of twenty-three chip samples returned grades ranging from 1.58 g/t gold to 80.44 g/t gold;
- The 80.44 g/t gold sample included a copper value of 1.82% and 264 ppm cobalt and, most importantly, came from an area of mineralized granodiorite;
- The chip samples were taken over various widths from 2 locations within a 400 metre by 700 metre exploration area centred on the historic gold mines; and
- All samples lie within the 37.5 sq. km anomalous exploration area.
“We continue to report significant gold and copper grades plus notable cobalt. While some of the samples come from the known mineralization, others come from bedrock locations well removed from the known mineralization” Max CEO, Brett Matich, stated. “Our strategy is to expand our exploration efforts in all directions within the 500 sq. km land package,” he continued.
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About Max Resource Corp.
Max is a mineral exploration company focused on the development and acquisition of prospective projects in the rich mineral belts of Colombia. The Company has established significant exploration infrastructure and local community support for the Choco Gold-Platinum Project, covering an area of 2,140 sq. km, located 100 km south of Medellin, over or adjacent to historic production of 1.5M ozs gold and 1.0M ozs platinum. The Company’s Gachala Copper Project, is located 60 km east of Bogota. The Company is led by a seasoned management team with a track record of significant discovery and exploration success.