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Higher grades tapped at Pyramid


Last updated 1/13/2018 at 1:21pm

CopperBank Resources Corp.

Pyramid is a large porphyry deposit on the Alaska Peninsula that hosts 1.1 billion pounds copper, 389,000 ounces gold and 56.7 million lb molybdenum.

CopperBank Resources Corp. Oct. 23 reported results from two additional holes drilled this summer at the Pyramid copper project on the Alaska Peninsula.

Hole DDH 17PY033, drilled in the Main zone of the Pyramid deposit, cut 300 meters of 0.53 percent copper, 0.12 g/t gold and 0.02 percent molybdenum.

This hole was drilled 150 meters west of DDH 11PY016, a 2011 hole that cut 155 meters of 0.71...

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