Vulcan Minerals Inc. Lizard Pond Gold Property in Central Newfoundland
In 2017 the Company carried out prospecting work on the five main epithermal ophiolite related gold showings at Lizard Pond to confirm the historic results which included grab samples up to 22 grams per tonne gold (see Vulcan news release dated July 12, 2016). The current program will complete the initial evaluation of the property and focus on two underexplored quartz breccia occurrences situated in the northwest corner of the claim block. Previous workers describe epithermal mineralogy and textures with cursory grab samples yielding up to 983 parts per billion gold. Several trains of large silicified boulders heavily mineralized with arsenopyrite have been reported in the area. Arsenopyrite is a known associated mineral with quartz bearing gold occurrences near the Mount Peyton contact, including the historic Moosehead occurrences. The Lizard Pond quartz breccias warrant further investigation to understand their significance. The Company is seeking partners to option or joint venture further work on the property.
The property is adjacent to the Baie d’Espoir highway approximately 40 kilometres south of the Town of Grand Falls-Windsor. Please refer to our webpage www.vulcanminerals.ca for location maps.
Patrick J. Laracy, P. Geo, President, is the qualified person responsible for the contents of this news release as defined in National Instrument 43-101.
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Patrick J. Laracy, President