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Projects: New Iron Range (Gold Ledge)

The Gold Ledge Zone consists of a 41m drift and a 14m cross-cut along the Alki Fault.  The drift traverses sheared Middle Proterozoic argillaceous quartzite of the Aldridge Formation containing numerous quartz stringers.  The cross-cut exposes 2.4m of quartz filled breccia and 7.6m of fractured quartz.  Arsenopyrite, galena and pyrite are present.  Siderite occurs in the gangue.  A selected sample yielded more than 34 g/tonne gold (Geological survey of Canada Memoir 228). 

The Property block is adjacent to the Iron Range Project, to the North and covers parts of Iron Range Fault and two known minfile occurrences. This acquired ground covers approximately 12 Km’s of the projected Iron Range Fault. The two minfile occurrences covered are the Faller (082FNE069) and the Good Hope (082FNE072). These two minfile occurrences report that work consisting of 4 adits totalling 290 metres was completed in the period 1900-1908.

(See News Releases "Significant Gold/Silver/Lead/Zinc Results Within a Series of Structurally Controlled, Poly-metallic/ Quartz-bearing Mineralized Systems Gold up to 3.913 g/tonne Au" for more details.)

A third minfile occurrence, the Poly vent, is located to the north of the Iron Range Project and is outlined in minfile 082FNE062, and it is documented “In 1999, Chapleau Resources Ltd. completed one diamond drill-hole which intersected a sulphide-rich fragmental complex 230 metres thick. The complex consists of fragmental rock units up to 50 metres thick interbedded with thin bedded pyrrhotiferous argillite. Massive sulphide, mainly pyrrhotite and arsenopyrite, form the matrix of the fragmental units. Bedding-parallel bands of disseminated sphalerite up to 30 centimetres thick occur within the interbedded argillite units.”

 A fourth claim block is adjacent to the Iron Range Fault in the south and covers the historic Blackmore mine occurrence, minfile 082FSE076, which documents this area as being underlain by the Purcell Supergroup which is host to the Sullivan mine, and it is documented in minfile that the Blackmore had a shipment in 1948 that returned 373 grams of silver and 9 kilograms of lead from 5 tonnes of material, an average of 82 grams per tonne Silver and 0.95% Lead.

Eagle Plans and Providence have announced on December 1, 2010 that “The partners continue to test the stratigraphic interval known to host the Sullivan deposit, located 70 kilometres to the north. Current work is targeting both precious metal and base metal mineralization.” In the same news release it is reported “The partners are encouraged by observations made to date of existing drill cores. Hole IR10-05 encountered wide, intermittent intervals from surface to a depth of 278 metres containing breccia textures and intensive silica and albite alteration. Associated sulphide mineralization includes iron sulphides and arsenopyrite (a mineral often associated with gold). Intervals 148.0 metres to 163.0 m (15.0 m) and 270.0 m to 278.0 m (8.0 m) were particularly enriched with lead-zinc sulphide mineralization. Hole IR10-07 returned similarly altered and mineralized material from 142.0 m to 155.0 m. Hole IR10-10 hosted the most intensely altered and mineralized material, with semi-massive to massive sulphide mineralization including galena (lead) and sphalerite (zinc) reported over two intervals from 191.0 m to 202.0 m and from 276.0 m to 279.0 m.

The lower massive sulphide interval is overlain by a 55 m zone of disseminated to net-textured mineralization within intensely altered rock. The base of the lowermost massive sulphide appears to be truncated by a fault. Significant in the lower interval was the location of the massive sulphide mineralization, which is interpreted to be at or near the Lower-Middle Aldridge contact, the stratigraphic horizon which hosts the Sullivan deposit. The hole was terminated in rocks interpreted to be of the Lower Aldridge formation.
A portion of the altered material from hole IR10-05 was sent for rush assay analysis in order to confirm the presence of suspected gold mineralization. The interval from 62.5 m to 89.5 m returned 0.64 gram per tonne over 27 m, including:

  • 74.5 m to 78.5 m: 1.49 g/t gold and 22.5 g/t silver over 4.0 m;
  • 86.5 m to 87.5 m: 6.05 g/t gold and 33.9 g/t silver over 1.0 m.

The interval from 144.0 m to 163.0 m returned 0.84g/t gold over 19.0 m, including:

  • 148.0 m to 155.0 m: 1.80 g/t gold and 15.7 g/t silver over 7.0 m, including 3.17 g/t gold and 22.9 g/t silver over 3.0 m.

Widths of altered and mineralized intervals are apparent thicknesses only. True thicknesses will be established with the completion of additional drilling.”
The 3 blocks of ground will be acquired 100%, subject to TSX-V approval for $5,000 cash and 2 million shares of Electra Gold Ltd. and 2% NSR.

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New Iron Range (Gold Ledge) Location Map

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New Iron Range (Gold Ledge) Regional Geology Map

 

News Releases

2010-12-06:
Significant Gold/Silver/Lead/Zinc Results Within a Series of Structurally Controlled, Poly-metallic/ Quartz-bearing Mineralized Systems Gold up to 3.913 g/tonne Au

2011-01-17:
Electra Acquires Additional Gold Ledge Claims

2010-12-06:
Electra adds ground to New Iron Range Project

2010-12-03:
Ground Adjacent to the Iron Range Gold Project Including Historic Mine Workings and 1999
Drill Hole Intersect 230 meters Fragmental Complex of Lower Aldridge Formation