Graycliff drills 16 metres of 13.32 g/t gold at Shakespeare, Ontario

Graycliff Exploration Ltd.[GRAY-CSE] has actually launched broadened (complete) assay results on the formerly revealed 2nd drill hole of its over 2,000- metre stage 2 core drilling program on ITS 100%- owned Shakespeare gold task found on the respected Canadian Shield 80 km west of Sudbury, Ontario.

Drill hole J-9-21 converged a mineralized period of 13.32 g/t gold over 16.0 metres, consisting of the formerly revealed period of 52.0 g/t gold over 4.0 metres in addition to 267.0 g/t gold over 0.6 metres and 68.4 g/t gold over 0.4 metres.

President and CEO James Macintosh specified: “The 2nd hole of stage 2 drilling has actually returned a 2nd prolonged crossway of mineralization with extremely strong gold grades throughout and supplies additional proof that we remain in one bigger zone as pointed out when we revealed the outcomes of hole J-8-21 Hole J-9-21 likewise reveals us that the higher-grade mineralized zone flanked by lower-grade mineralization that we would aim to consist of in any possible mining situation in the future. It is necessary to keep in mind that greatest grade crossway in hole J-9-21 is listed below the depth of the historical mine functions.”

The 1,025- hectare Shakespeare job includes one Crown trademarked lease, 2 Crown leases and 40 declares on a residential or commercial property related to the historical Shakespeare cash cow, which ran from 1903 to1907 Graycliff’s Baldwin task is surrounding to the east and is made up of 68 declares covering 1,500 hectares.