Intrusion Related Gold (IRG)
The Bank Project is an early stage intrusion-related gold project accessible by road approximately 40 km northeast of Fairbanks, AK.
The Project is located within the Tintina Gold Belt which is the premier gold mining district of Alaska. Notable projects within 5 km of the Project are Fort Knox Gold Mine (7.5 Moz production/2.8 Moz reserve), Kinross Gilmore Project (1.58 Moz Au reserve) and Freegold Ventures Golden Summit Project (3.94 Moz Au reserve).
The Project consists of 13653 ac (5525 ha) of state mineral lands and contains the historical Alder Creek, Bear Ridge, Eagan & Eagan, Eureka, Coffee Dome and Coffee East Prospects.
Eureka Prospect: Grab samples up to 150 g/t Au from quartz vein stockwork
Eagan & Eagan: Several quartz bearing shear zones up to 10.2 g/t Au
Coffee East: Gold - bismuth soil anomaly
Coffee Dome: Grab samples 200 m west of the prospect up to 33 g/t Au
Alder Creek: Panned sample containing 53.8 g/t free gold
Bear Ridge: Historical trench
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