Cartier Silver Outlines an 800m by 500m Epithermal Silver Polymetallic Target on Gonalbert Property, Potosi Department, Southern BoliviaGonalbert is underlain by a dacitic intrusive dome approximately 1,300m by 600m which hosts epithermal Ag-Pb-Zn mineralization along structures that are exposed in a number of historical and recent artisanal workings and trenches. An IP chargeability anomaly surrounding the structures covers an area of 800m by 500m and extends to a depth of at least 400m, the depth limit of the survey. The chargeability anomaly becomes stronger, especially at depths greater than 100m, below a depleted, near-surface zone where sulphide mineralization has been extensively oxidized. Drilling to test this anomaly will commence shortly.
Cartier Silver Corporation (CSE:CFE) (“Cartier Silver” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that geophysical and geological work by the Company has outlined an epithermal silver polymetallic target over an area of 800m by 500m on the Gonalbert Property, which forms part of the Los Chorrillos (Gonalbert-Felicidad) Silver Project (“Los Chorrillos” or the “Project”), in the Potosí Department, southern Bolivia, held by Minera Cartier Bolivia S.R.L., Cartier Silver’s Bolivian subsidiary (Figure 1). This program follows recommendations contained in the “Property of Merit” technical report dated May 5, 2023, authored by Micon International Limited (“Micon”), which is filed on SEDAR and available on the Company’s website, www.cartiersilvercorp.com (see Cartier Silver’s press release dated May 9, 2023).