Bralorne Gold Mines (OTCQX: BPMSF; TSX-V: BPM) has intercepted 93.4 g/t gold over 71.9 metres at the new BK-3 Zone. The BK-3 zone is being developed to prove up the resource. Individual assays containing visible gold range up to 658.4 g/t gold over 0.4 metres true thickness. Assays are consistently multi-ounce over the eastern 30 meters of the vein. Drifting is underway to explore the main vein east and west of the cross-cut along the 3800 (elevation) sub-level, which is centered on the main vein and does not represent the entire width of the zone.
Bralorne Gold (OTCQX: BPMSF; TSX-V: BPM) completed 5,153 metres of diamond drilling across 30 drill holes at its Bralorne mine operation near Gold Bridge, British Columbia in 2011, resulting in significant mineralization. To this end, the widest intercept was on the upper part of the BK-3 zone in drill hole SB11-28, which averaged 5.14 g/t gold over 5.2 meters. The highest grade result was 1,764 g/t gold over 0.9 meters (re-assay of original 800.6 grams per tonne) in drill hole SB11-21 (as previously announced). This is a new find and the cored interval consists of a fault zone of quartz fragments with coarse visible gold. Visible gold was noted in two other holes, of which the intercept in Hole 23 is another new find. Assay results for the last two holes are pending.
These are impressive results and we look forward to the balance of the results when they become available.