There is clear evidence of the coarse nature of gold at Brandywine (Dave’s Pond). Upon reviewing all the prior data of 2003, and 1993-1994, there is reason to believe the drill cores were not screened for metallics, which is necessary to ensure accurate assays. In the 2020 QA/QC report the visible gold occurrences showed up clearly.
As a results, screening for metallic gold will be a priority on all core assays through the gold bearing zones.
The Company advises the reader, and cautions, that the reports below linked from this page are as received from Turnagain Resources and are of a historic nature. Drill results, historic production estimates, and grades reported, have not been verified.
A qualified person has not done sufficient work to verify the historical estimates nor classify the historic estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves, and the Company is not treating the historical estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves.
- Turnagain MinFile Report including La Rock Report of 1993-1994
- Turnagain Minfile Report including Auramex Report of 2003
- Turnagain 2018 Minfile Report
- Re-Assay Reports
- Walus Report
the Brandywine Gold/Silver Project has both gold and silver mineralization and has been mined for both
There is a reported historic 305,000 tons Silver resource of which:
101,400 tons is indicated @ 410 g/t Ag, 201,284 tons is inferred @ 397 g/t Ag for a 302,684 tons combined total that also grades @ .37 g/t Au.
A 10,000 ton bulk sample from the Tedi Pit was mined for 10,045 oz/gold