Vancouver, British Columbia (November 24, 2020) – Tarachi Gold Corp. (CSE: TRG) (PINK: TRGGF) (Frankfurt: 4RZ) (“Tarachi” or the “Company” - https://www.commodity-tv.com/ondemand/companies/profil/tarachi-gold-corp/) is pleased to announce initial assay results from underground diamond drill holes completed at the historic La Dura mine on the Company’s Jabali concession. The underground La Dura drill program is testing the down-dip and potential plunge orientation to the area of initial interest identified by Tarachi geologists in the summer of 2020.
Tarachi President and CEO, Lorne Warner stated “I am very impressed by the high-grade nature of our first drill results from the La Dura historic mine. Drilling this type of mineralization so close to operating mines such as Mulatos and La India is exciting. All the assays released are encouraging and drillhole 05 particularly demonstrates the broad nature of the mineralization as well as the high grades of gold that are encountered on our concessions. Tarachi is well-funded and aggressively exploring this prolific district for economic quantities of gold. Currently, two drill rigs are turning on site, one at the La Dura historic mine and the other at the San Javier shear zone.”
Table # 1: Diamond Drill Hole Composites
*Assay results are in core length, true width is unknown.
Gold mineralization at the historic La Dura mine was mapped in detail this summer by Tarachi’s geological team as a series of steeply south dipping, east-west striking crackle brecciated quartz veins which locally control the high-grade gold mineralization in dacitic volcanics. All completed drill holes extend well into the lower andesitic volcanics with minor gold values occurring at the dacite/andesite contact. Figure # 1 is a plan view of the La Dura underground workings and drill hole traces with Table # 2 containing the drill hole orientations and length of hole.
Table # 2 – Drill hole orientations
Figure # 1
The known gold mineralization cannot be tested in one drill hole due to the location of the LM-75 underground drill in the middle of the workings as shown on Figure # 1.
Quality Assurance/Quality Control
Core samples were selected by a geologist and sawed in half. One half of the core remains in the core tray the other half is placed into a plastic bag. Sample tags were submitted into each bag before being sealed and stored at the campsite in a secure area and were later transported by company truck directly the Bureau Veritas Mineral Laboratories (BVM) in Hermosillo, Sonora, Mexico. At the laboratory, the samples were dried, crushed and pulverized with the pulps being sent airfreight for analysis to BVM in Vancouver, B.C. for 37-element ICP analysis after modified aqua regia digestion. Gold assays are done in Hermosillo by 50-gram fire assay with an atomic absorption spectroscopy finish.
Samples were checked using a 50-gram fire assay with a gravimetric finish for samples greater than 10ppm Au and 1Kg metallic fire assay with duplicate minus fraction analyzed. Both Hermosillo and Vancouver BVM facilities are ISO 9001 and ISO/IEC 17025 accredited. Laboratory control samples comprising certified reference samples, duplicates and blank samples were inserted by the laboratory into the sample stream and analyzed as part of the quality assurance/quality control protocol.
Tarachi Project Descriptions
The Tarachi Projects (the “Projects”) consist of the San Javier, Pretoria, Chivitas, Jabali, Juliana, Texana and Tarachi concessions for at total of 2,560 hectares in the prolific Mulatos gold belt. The Projects are approximately 220 km by air east of the City of Hermosillo, and 300 km south of the border between the United States of America and Mexico. The Jabali claim covers the La Dura historic mine and several other small-scale mines. The gold mineralization and geology at Jabali is believed to be similar in character to the gold mineralization at the Mulatos mine. Alamos Gold Inc., in a 2003 annual report, identifies the Jabali project as being part of the "Los Bajios" mineralized trend which the report suggests has the potential to host another Mulatos size resource. The Projects are an early stage exploration project and the mineralization hosted on adjacent and/or nearby properties is not necessarily indicative of mineralization hosted on the Company’s property.
The Mulatos gold trend is part of the Sierra Madre gold and silver belt that also hosts the operating Mulatos gold mine immediately southeast of the La India property and the Pinos Altos mine and the Creston Mascota deposit 70 kilometres to the southeast. Mineralization occurs within silicified rhyodacite and is associated with vuggy silica alteration, and breccia with iron oxide (hematite and specularite). Native gold occurs along late-stage fracture coatings in the breccias and is locally associated with barite. Past exploration has returned values from trace to 30g/t Au in grab samples. Native gold has also been identified in outcrop on the southern extension of the La Dura mine trend.
Lorne Warner, P.Geo, President, CEO and Director of the Company is a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 and has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical disclosure in this news release.
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