- Dreadnought Resources (DRE) releases more results from rock chip sampling at Rough Triangle part of the Tarraji-Yampi Project in Western Australia
- The company considers the results “bonanza grade” with best hits of 83.7 per cent copper, 291 grams per tonne silver
- The results come from sampling at Rough Triangle lode and also include historic samples from prospects such as Ironclad and Wilson’s Reward
- DRE believes Tarraji-Yampi plays host to a large scale copper, gold, silver, antimony and bismuth system, with sampling and drilling ongoing
- Shares in Dreadnought Resources are trading up 7.14 per cent at 4.5 cents per share at 11:37 am AEST
Dreadnought Resources (DRE) is releasing more results from rock chip sampling at Rough Triangle part of the Tarraji-Yampi Project in WA.
DRE carried out sampling at the 1.2 kilometre long Rough Triangle lode and also included historic samples from prospects such as Ironclad and Wilson’s Reward.
The company has labelled the results “bonanza grade” and said best hits include 83.7 per cent copper and 291 grams per tonne silver.
Dreadnought also found grades of gold, antimony and bismuth during the sampling, which it carried out as part of a project wide reconnaissance program.
Managing Director Dean Tuck said the asset played host to a large scale system, with sampling programs to continue across Tarraji Yampi.
“With less than half of the known lodes sampled to date, we are continuing to identify high tenor Cu-Au-Ag-Bi-Sb-Co mineralisation across Tarraji-Yampi,” Mr Tuck said.
“As we continue to sample these systems, a geochemical pattern is developing which may allow us to vector in towards larger, undercover mineralisation
like we have recently seen at Orion.
“We will continue to assess additional targets while undertaking our drilling programs at Orion, Fuso and Grant’s Find.”
Shares in Dreadnought Resources were trading up 7.14 per cent at 4.5 cents per share at 11:37 am AEST.