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Assessment Report: 17982
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Property Name Aurum
Mining Division(s) New Westminster
Camp Coquihalla Gold Belt
Location
NAD 27:
Latitude: 49 31 00 Longitude: 121 17 00 UTM: 10  624259  5486091
NAD 83:
Latitude: 49 30 59 Longitude: 121 17 05 UTM: 10  624155  5486277
NTS: 092H11E
BCGS: 092H054
Title of Report Drilling Report on the Aurum Project
Affidavit Date 1988-08-09
Claim(s) Aurum 1-2, Idaho
Operator(s) Giant Bay Resources Ltd.
Owner(s) North Ladner Creek; 291440 B.C.; Rupertsland Res.; Flamingo Oil
Author(s) Shearer, Johan Tom FMC 124452
Report Year 1988
No. of Pages 237 Pages
Off Confidential 1989-08-09
Commodities Search For Gold
General Work Categories Drilling
Work Done
DrillingDiamond underground22 hole(s); AQ;2686.2 m; No. of maps: 5; Scale(s) : 1:500
Geological Summary The Aurum Mine was a small gold producer in the late 1920's to early 1930's. Aurum mineralization is characterized by very coarse native gold. The mineralized zone is contained in an altered, talcose shear fault closely related to the East Hozameen Fault. The Hozameen Fault is a major crustal suture marking the boundary between an ultramafic complex and Triassic andesite and Jurassic Ladner Group metasediments. Numerous silicified altered zones were found with varying amounts of pyrite, arsenopyrite and pyrrhotite assaying up to 0.524 ounces per tonne gold over 1.50 metres.
MINFILE Nos. 092HNW003

 

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