Minaurum Gold, Inc, (“Minaurum”) is pleased to announce results from its on-going drill program in the historic Alamos Silver District in Sonora, Mexico (Fig. 1). Hole AL17-07, the first hole ever drilled into the Europa-Guadalupe Vein system, intersected 8.25 metres grading 1,760 g/t (57 opt) Silver, 1.6% Copper, 1.5% Lead, and 2.6% Zinc, including 2.2 metres grading 5,098 g/t (164 opt) Silver, 2.76% Copper, 0.5% Lead, and 1.18% Zinc. The vein was cut 325m below surface (Fig. 2) and its true width is estimated to be 90% of the intersection. Hole AL17-07 also cut two blind veins that have no surface exposure as well as the Nueva Europa vein (See Fig. 1), which returned 1.2m grading 542 g/t (17 opt) Silver.