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Cherry Gold
Gold, Silver

Cherry Gold is a road-accessible property that covers 1,788 acres located 9 kilometres east of Cherryville BC and 50 kilomtres east of Vernon BC. The property is within the Monashee Gold Camp, and was previously known as the Hilton Claim Group.

The primary target area is known as the Bulldozer Trench. According to MINFILE 082LSE063, there are 2 mineralized shear zones in the Bulldozer Trench; the Cherry and the Hilton shears. BC Assessment Report 11892 documents that samples from this area have assayed up to 158 grams (5.08 ounces) per tonne gold and 1251 grams (40.22 ounces) per tonne silver. Samples of the Cherry shear where no quartz veining is present assayed up to 20 grams per tonne gold, 1.05 per cent lead and 76 grams per tonne silver over 90 metres. These samples are confirmed in Assessment Report 18706, which concludes that the property “has good potential for hosting an economic gold deposit”. As well, both of these mineralized shear zones are open along strike and down dip.

A second target zone has been identified near the northwestern border of the property, and which is within 250 metres of the past-producing True Blue mine. As documented in MINFILE 082LSE035, assays from the True Blue were reportedly as high as 100,000 grams (3,215 ounces) per tonne silver.