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GT Gold Reports Initial Saddle North Metallurgical Testwork Report

Mining News - Published on Mon, 24 Feb 2020

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GT Gold Corp announces the results for initial metallurgical testwork on two composite samples from the Saddle North Cu-Au porphyry discovery on its 100% owned Tatogga project in northwest British Columbia. President and CEO Paul Harbidge said “These results further de-risk the project, which bodes well for our ongoing economic, diagnostic and optimisation work as part of the studies to complete a Preliminary Economic Assessment by year end.”

Highlights
High-grade composite recovered 88% of the copper and 67% of the gold in a concentrate that graded 24.5% Cu and 32.2 g/t Au
Lower-grade composite recovered 75% of the copper and 57% of the gold in a concentrate that graded 22.0% Cu and 23.3 g/t Au
Potential for a simple, conventional flowsheet

The Company has conducted initial metallurgical testwork on two composite samples; the first from the broad envelope of mineralization grading >0.25% CuEq, and the second from the deeper high-grade core of mineralization grading >1% CuEq. The metallurgical testwork was conducted by Blue Coast Research Ltd., Parksville, BC.

The high-grade composite sample of 53 kg was collected from the deeper, high-grade mineralized core, comprising diamond drill core assay values >1% CuEq. The composite had an average grade of 0.92 g/t Au, 0.50% Cu and 1.56 g/t Ag

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Posted By : Rabi Wangkhem on Mon, 24 Feb 2020
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