With the Pershing-Manitou deposit, Pershimex Resources is proud to offer investors the opportunity to participate in the success of a project that is both profitable and environmentally responsible.
From 1939 to 1945, Pershing Manitou Gold Mines Ltd. conducted 11 diamond drilling campaigns totalling 1,434 m, confirming the gold potential of the deposit’s surface pillar. The company then excavated a 64 m deep underground mine, with 243.8 m of galleries, in two phases. Mine records indicate that the surface pillar contained a significant amount of gold.
Pershimex Resources believes that its development depends on the judicious and innovative use of all the exploration tools at its disposal. The company’s objective is to bring its properties into the production phase as quickly as possible so that investors can benefit from the fruits of Pershimex’s efforts.
Hole M-4: 3.5 g/t/59.4 m (6.1–65.5 m)
Hole PRO-04-06: 3.7 g/t/59.4 m (1.9–25.6 m)
Source: 87-4: Hugues de C., and Berthelot, P. 1988, Rapport de forage, MERN GM47555.
Source: 02-3: Bardoux, M., P.Geo., Ph. D., and Berthelot, P., B. Sc. Rapport de forage 2002–2003, MERN GM61373.
Source: M-4: C.T. Bischoff, P.Eng., 1964, Journaux de forage, MERN GM15394.
Source: PRO-04-06: Lapointe, D., M. Sc., 2006, Rapport de travaux, MERN GM62449.
Source: PM-20-04: Mediouni, B., P.Geo., 2020, Rapport de forage Pershing-Manitou 2020 (publication in progress).
Source: PM-20-16A: Mediouni, B., P.Geo., 2020, Rapport de forage Pershing-Manitou 2020 (publication in progress).
Source: PO13-025A: Rioux L., P.Geo., 2013, Rapport de forage hiver 2013, MERN GM67587.
Source: PO12-20: Rioux, L., P.Geo., and Corriveau, C., P.Geo., 2012, Rapport de forage hiver 2012, MERN GM67288.
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