Inner-Harmony, Sron Garbh deserves a mention on it's own.
SCOTGOLD Resources has discovered traces of platinum among a potentially "significant" mineral deposit close to Scotland's first commercial gold mine.
Drilling results from the Sron Garbh area, about five kilometres north-east of the Cononish mine site but outside of the Loch Lomond and The Trossachs National Park, indicated gold, platinum, palladium, nickel, copper and cobalt are all present.
The Structural Study areas early findings Cononish is just the beginning Its all in there and that is only 1/16th of our Licence area , 11 significant targets and possible pay shoot resource expansion at the high grade ( M&I 14.3g/t Au) low cost ( £327 ) Cononish project
Page 13 figure 5 map showing targets within the Cononish area , Page 12 figure 4 showing map of sample… Read More
Is the gold in Scotland at high enough density to be commercial ??
The mother load, if there is one is yet to be found. It is thought that there could be several Cononish style deposits locally within 10 miles, Cononish itself is open at depth and on the west strike and is high grade and low cost
What news are we waiting on ??
I am expecting news to come on French Licences that… Read More
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