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Consolidated Goldfields Continues to Drill at Cahuilla Gold-Silver Project

Consolidated Goldfields has reported assay results from the drilling campaign carried out at the Cahuilla gold-silver project located in California.

The company continued drilling along the borders of the popular mineralization of precious metal and the program has considerably extended the mineralization of gold and silver into new regions. Additionally, the company commenced the exploration drilling program in regions, where drilling data is little or non-existent to look out for fresh mineralization where the program can target for additional improvement of current precious metal mineralization in the future.

Assay results strive to show the presence of several high-grade veins of gold and silver, commonly related to moderate to low-grade and widely mineralized zones. The company encountered these assays results of high-grade precious all over the areas, which are currently being subjected to drill testing at the project. This is represented in holes CAH-217 and 218 through the intersected high-grade veins of gold and in holes from CAH-260 through 264, and also specifically in hole CAH-263, in which several sample intervals have returned high-grade silver.

Nevada-based Inspectorate Laboratory performed assaying of the reverse circulation (RC) samples. The project geologist, Mr. Paul Stubble, compiled and placed the drill samples in bags and sent them to Inspectorate Laboratory for examination.

The Cahuilla project is a huge paleo-hot springs, epithermal system that houses several high-grade veins, existing in a widely dispersed gold-silver mineralization body.

The company nominated Lane Griffin, Professional Geologist, as the qualified person to monitor the programs’ quality control and supervision completed at the properties.

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