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Financial Press: Bralorne Gold Mines Strikes Expands on its Ultra-High Grade Gold System in Canada
Date:6/18/2012

Vancouver, BC (PRWEB) June 18, 2012

(Financial Press) – Canadian based gold miner Bralorne Gold Mines Ltd continues to receive excellent results from exploration, development and production work taking place between its past-producing gold mines located in Bralorne, British Columbia.

The property covers 2,490 hectares of gold mining territory in British Columbia about 150 miles north of Vancouver. The property hosts multiple gold-bearing zones and successfully produced gold during periods when gold prices were much lower than they are today.

Earlier today the company released encouraging results from its exploration, development and production from the latest discovery zones known as the BK zone and BK3. The results are consistent with the exceptionally high-grade gold discoveries on the property’s vein system and high-grade gold drifts that have been known to stretch across very long strike lengths.

Bralorne took 67 samples across the main structure at the property, the BK 3 Zone. The results of the sampling returned 160 metres of 68.7 grams gold per tonne (un-cut) over 0.8 metres true thickness.

Once cut, the average grade fell slightly to a still significant 27.1 grams per tonne, the true width stays the same, and the highlight gold grade remained an exceptional grade of 51.4 grams per tonne gold. The exploration efforts included individual assays of the samples containing visible gold reaching as high 658.4 grams per tonne gold over a 0.4 m true thickness. These gold grades are exceptionally high and are consistent with the long history of gold mining at the Bralorne gold mining property.

Since mill start-up to the end of April, 2012, representing the first year of production is estimated at 5,726 ounces. Gold in doré smelted from the gravity concentrate totaled 3,536 ounces and gold in flotation concentrate
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