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Alien Metals announce Andromeda sampling results

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Global Mining Review,

Alien Metals Ltd, a minerals exploration and development company, has reported the results of the recently completed surface mapping and sampling programme carried out on its newly acquired Nueva Andromeda permit, strategically contiguous to the San Celso silver project in Zacatecas State, Mexico.


  • Surface sample results including:
    • 734 g/t silver (Ag).
    • 488 g/t Ag.
    • 270 g/t Ag.
    • 1.93% zinc (Zn).
  • Numerous historic mine workings located.
  • Potential for increased silver resource at San Celso.

Bill Brodie Good, CEO and Technical Director of Alien Metals, commented: "We are very pleased with the results of this sampling and mapping programme, which are greatly encouraging for the potential of the project. We were particularly pleased to see that the results confirm our interpretation that there is a continuation of silver and base metals mineralisation and historic mining within the Nueva Andromeda permit area, with the total strike length now increased by a further 20 – 30% for the San Celso Project.

"The samples are all composed of quartz and carbonate dominant vein material with varying amounts of sulphides and hence are very similar to the mineralisation seen in the San Celso veins to the north. All samples were taken from the surface as float associated with various size dumps from the historic mining in the area."

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