Telson Mining Corporation (CVE:TSN) (OTCMKTS:SOHFF) released encouraging news Wednesday, as it reported assay results from its underground development on the El Creston zone at its Tahuehueto mine project in Durango state.
The Canadian-based, Mexico-focused metals producer said El Creston samples continue to demonstrate the quality of mineralization at its Tahuehueto project in Mexico.
Channel sampling results received to date within a portion of this development included highlight assays of 20.91 grams per tonne of gold equivalent over a width of 4.95 meters and another assay of 17.59 g/t gold equivalent over 3.35m.
"These El Creston samples continue to demonstrate the quality of Tahuehueto mineralization and are, in the case of these El Creston samples, verifying our reserve base established from previous drilling," said CEO Antonio Berlanga. "In the case of the El Perdido underground development, which has extended past the limits of previous drilling, channel sampling results (as released February Feb 22, 2019) are verifying the continuity of mineralization along the El Perdido structure, helping to verify managements assumption that the El Perdido Zone connects with the Santiago Zone on the same structure and if continuously mineralized will allow new exploration along approximately 800 meters of unexplored structure to hopefully add additional resources to the project."
Telson is a Canadian based mining company with two Mexican gold, silver and base metal mining projects.
The company has been rapidly pushing forward the constuction of its Tahuehueto mine, which is expected to be completed this year. The 100%-owned Tahuehueto project is located in northwestern Durango State, Mexico
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