Minaurum Gold, Inc. (“Minaurum”) is pleased to announce that it has identified two new well-mineralized vein systems with the highest grade sample returning 1,085 g/t silver, at its Alamos Silver Project (previously known as La Quintera) in southern Sonora State. The newly identified Europa-Palomas and Tigre veins lie in down-faulted blocks 400 to 600 metres to the west and east, respectively, of the upthrown Quintera Block, which has already yielded 200 million ounces of silver. To better reflect Minaurum’s broadened focus on a growing inventory of nearly virgin vein targets flanking the historic mines of the La Quintera Vein, the project has been renamed the Alamos Silver Project.
“We are very pleased to continue finding well-mineralized vein structures in what we now recognize as down-faulted blocks flanking the elevated Quintera block, that provided virtually all of the project’s 200 million ounce silver historical production”, stated Darrell Rader, Minaurum Gold’s President and CEO. “Our new piano-key structural model indicates that these veins are exposed at a high level and that intact silver shoots may lie at only a few hundred metres depth. We are currently rehabilitating access roads in anticipation of an initial drill program.”