Collective Metals Inc. (CSE: COMT) has received the final assay results for its Phase II soil geochemical survey completed on the Princeton Project. The company has successfully extended two key multi-element anomalies identified in the previous phase and discovered new porphyry-style copper, gold, and molybdenum anomalies at several target areas.
Princeton Project’s Copper Soil Sampling Yields Positive Results
The recent soil samples follow the Trojan-Condor Corridor and exhibit a link to chargeability highs, with assays revealing further copper, gold, silver, and tellurium. The outlined anomalies at the Lamont Ridge and Coalmont Road targets are particularly strong, suggesting a potential for porphyry copper deposits.
Advancements at Key Geological Targets
Beyond validating previous geophysical targets, the anomalies identified at Trojan-Condor, Lamont Ridge, and Coalmont Road offer insight into the geological potential of the property. CEO Chris Huggins expressed enthusiasm for the systematic exploration approach and mentioned plans for more advanced exploration in 2024.
Qualified Person Validates Findings
Rick Walker, P. Geo., the company’s Qualified Person, has reviewed and approved the technical contents of the survey results.
About Collective Metals
Based in Vancouver, Collective Metals Inc. is engaged in precious metals exploration and owns several prospective properties in North America, with the Princeton Project being its flagship.
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