Uragold Bay Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:UBR), has announced it has completed the acquisition of 100% interest in 26 claims by map staking and through an exchange of claims with a private vendor for the Armstrong Property.
It is located in the Quebec Appalachians, east of the village of Armstrong in the Beauce region of the Province of Quebec. The property is 35 km south of Uragold's Beauce Placer Gold Property and 14 km north of the US boarder
The lithology is similar to Uragold's McDonald project 110 km south west of the Armstrong Property. Both properties are within the Compton Formation. The Formation is part of the sedimentary sequence of the Connecticut Valley-Gaspe Synclinorium.
The Armstrong holds three mineralized bodies described by Quebec Ministry of Natural Resources (MRNF) as the Ruisseau du Camp, Armstrong Sud and the Protage. Together, they form an auriferous anomaly suggesting the presence of a hard rock gold deposit within veins of gold bearing quartz in sedimentary rocks. The mineralized bodies are aligned in a southwest to northwestern direction on a 2,5 km linear trend.
Gold on the Armstrong Sud showing are found in quartz veins in slates of the Compton Formation. On the Ruisseau du Camp and Protage showings, high gold grades of 137 g/ton and 163 g/ton were obtained from sediment samples.
Uragold is interested in finding the hard rock source from which the gold originated. It is possible that this source is somewhere within the company's claimed blocks.
Mr Vivian Stuart-Williams, (SACNASP), a Director of the Company and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, supervised the preparation of the information in this news release.
Patrick Levasseur, president and COO of Uragold stated. "The Armstrong property is another example of the rich and prolific gold showings through out the Quebec Appalachians."
Material terms of the claims exchange are as follows In order to acquire its interest in the claims; the Company transferred title rights to the Vendor, the Lac Silver property comprising of 33 claims.
The Vendor has agreed to grant Uragold the exclusive and irrevocable rights to own a one hundred per cent (100%) interest in 10 claims located within the Armstrong Property.
The transaction is made with a Vendor that is non-related to the Corporation. It's a direct transfer of ownership with no other consideration. The parties have submitted signed transfer agreements for 100% title rights to the exchanged claims to the Quebec Minister of Mines and Natural Resources.
Source: Uragold Bay Resources Inc.