|Location: Klondike Silver is exploring silver or silver-rich polymetallic projects in the Yukon. The most advanced project is the wholly owned Stumpy Property, 55 km southeast of Ross River and a stone's throw from the former Ketza River gold mine.
Project Highlights: In 2007 Klondike Silver conducted an exploration and bulk-sampling program. Work included a trenching program focused on the historic A1 vein. Six main lenses of semi-massive to massive galena were identified along a 300-meter strike length. Four bulk samples totaling about 80 tonnes of galena-rich material were extracted from the four largest lenses and transported to the Company's Sandon Mill for processing into concentrates. (The highly encouraging head-grades from these bulk samples were reported in a March 12, 2008 press release.)
The 2008 program included additional bulk-sampling of near-surface galena lenses and drilling to test for similar grade but larger lenses that could be developed in competent rock units at depth. A future bulk sample of 2500 to 3000 tons of ore, assayed at 40% lead and carrying 40 ounces silver per tonne, to be transported to the mill facility at Sandon is contemplated.
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