Location: Pershing Co., T28N, R37 and 38E.Kennedy Mining District
Geology/Description: This property presents an intersecting network of quartz-pyrite veins striking N and NW, dipping S and SW in Tgd. Native gold, gn (argentiferous), sp, cp, asp, tetra, pyrr., has been found averaging 0.75 opt Au/12 opt Ag in the oxide zone mined to 125’ depth. The primary sulfide zone has been mined to 265’ depth averaging 0.52 opt Au/10 opt Ag.
The Gold Note mine is located in the western part of the Kennedy mining district. It consists of veins similar to the Kennedy mine plus reported disseminated gold zones in meta-volcanic rocks. The veins strike NW and are steeply-dipping. The disseminated zones may be strata bound (gently-dipping). Skarn minerals (woll-epi-cal-garnet) have been reported in the wallrocks. Samples of disseminated mineralization consistently assay above 1 ppm gold, and as high as 4 ppm gold. Samples from dump material (veins) assay are similar to those of the Kennedy district. The veins and disseminated zones strike northwesterly, and the potential strike length of the mineralization is 1.8 km long.
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