Golden Predator Discovers New Veins Up to 30.8 g/t Gold; Airborne Geophysics Completed at 3 Aces
VANCOUVER, BC--(November 21, 2016) - Golden Predator Mining Corp. (TSX VENTURE: GPY)(NTGSF) (the "Company") is pleased to announce additional surface exploration results and the results of airborne geophysical surveys from ongoing work at the 3 Aces project in southeastern Yukon, Canada. Highlights include:
Seven of Spades -- Newly discovered zone with stacked flat lying quartz veins returning values up to 18.55 g/t gold;
Queen of Spades -- Newly discovered zone with values up to 30.8 g/t gold;
Jack of Spades -- Additional results from continuous panel sampling of a second higher bench returned 20 m of 7.62 g/t gold including 11.7 g/t gold over 12.4 m and 37.9 g/t gold over 1.7 m;
Three of Spades -- Additional assays have increased strike length of vein with returns including 6.95 g/t gold.
To view the 3 Aces project maps please visit: http://goldenpredator.com/_resources/images/maps/3Ace_SpadesMaps_20161116.pdf
3 Aces Sampling Program Overview
A total of over 800 composite grab, chip, channel and panels samples were collected within the 10km2 Central Core Area of the 225 km2 3 Aces property between August 1stand October 20th , 2016. Results are now being reported for 350 sample results received since the previous news release of November 2nd, 2016. Of the 350 samples seven (7) have values greater than 15 g/t gold, one (1) had a value between 10-15 g/t gold, twenty (20) had values between 5-10 g/t gold and seventy-two (72) had values greater than 1.0 g/t gold.