Golden Deeps (ASX: GED) has uncovered more “exceptional” copper, lead, vanadium and silver intersections from drilling the Nosib Block target in Namibia.
The company has received results from the final seven holes out of a 15 hole reverse circulation program.
Assays have revealed near surface high-grade intersections with mineralisation remaining open along strike to the northeast and southwest.
Notable results were 29m at 1.54% copper, 4.49% lead, 1.19% vanadium and 6.97 grams per tonne silver from 2m, including 9m at 3.66% copper, 11.91% lead, 3.62% vanadium and 7.7g/t silver from 3m.
Another hole returned 33m at 0.7% copper, 3.42% lead, 0.18% vanadium and 5g/t silver from 3, including 10m at 1.21% copper, 6.42% lead, 0.05% vanadium and 9.92g/t silver from 9m.
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Source: Small Caps