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Aton drills high grade sulphide mineralisation at Rodruin, with 39.4 g/t gold and 261.7 g/t silver over 9.9 metres, within an overall intersection of 88.6 metres grading 5.76 g/t gold, 42.0 g/t silver, 0.31% copper and 2.40% zinc

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Aton drills high grade sulphide mineralisation at Rodruin, with 39.4 g/t gold and 261.7 g/t silver over 9.9 metres, within an overall intersection of 88.6 metres grading 5.76 g/t gold, 42.0 g/t silver, 0.31% copper and 2.40% zinc

 

 

 

 

 

Aton Resources Inc. (TSX-V:AAN) is very pleased to update investors on the latest assay results from the Phase 2 diamond drilling programme at its advanced Rodruin gold exploration project. Rodruin is located in the Company’s 100% owned Abu Marawat Concession, in the Eastern Desert of Egypt.

 

Highlights:        

  • Diamond drilling is ongoing at Rodruin, with 35 drill holes now having been completed to date, ROD-048 and ROD-051 to ROD-084, for a total of 3,862 metres;
  • Drill holes ROD-048, ROD-070, and ROD-071 were drilled to test for potential deep sulphide mineralisation to the north of the Aladdin’s Hill zone;
  • Drill hole ROD-071 returned a mineralised intersection grading 5.76 g/t Au, 42.0 g/t Ag, 0.31% Cu and 2.40% Zn over 88.6m, from 117.2m down hole depth, which included a very high grade zone grading 39.4 g/t Au, 261.7 g/t Ag, 0.84% Cu and 3.55% Zn over 9.9m;
  • The Au-Ag-Cu-Zn sulphide mineralisation in hole ROD-071 is hosted within heavily siliceous and phyllic altered tuffogenic sediments;
  • Other drill holes also returned significant mineralised intersections including 17.1m grading 1.07 g/t Au and 15.7 g/t Ag (hole ROD-048), and 5.7m grading 4.21 g/t Au and 14.6 g/t Ag (hole ROD-070);
  • These latest results indicate the potential for the development of significant high grade polymetallic sulphide gold resources at Rodruin.

 

“To say that we are happy with these latest drilling results from Rodruin would frankly be a bit of an understatement” said Tonno Vahk, Interim CEO. “The sulphide intersection from hole ROD-071 is by some distance the best intersection Aton has ever drilled in Egypt, and is hugely encouraging for the deeper sulphide potential at Rodruin. The mineralisation is hosted in very strongly altered sediments, associated with significant copper and zinc sulphides, and appears to be the fresh unweathered precursor to the high grade mineralisation that we intersected in the discovery hole ROP-003 at Aladdin’s Hill in 2018. Everything that we are seeing is backing up our long held belief that the Rodruin deposit comprises zones of bulk mineralisation, containing discrete very high grade zones. There are at least two distinct mineralisation styles at Rodruin – the first hosted in sulphidic carbonates, which weather to gossans, and a second style of coarse gold bearing mineralisation hosted in heavily altered sediments. The identification of high grade primary sulphide-rich altered sediment hosted mineralisation at depth is very important, and indicates the potential for Rodruin to become a really significant sized deposit. The mineralisation at Rodruin is rather unusual, but its association with silver, zinc and copper indicates a polymetallic association that is similar to what we see at the Abu Marawat and Hamama deposits, and it is our belief that while apparently quite different, these three deposits are all genetically related. Rodruin is clearly structurally complex, but we are very much moving in the right direction with the identification of the high grade sulphide mineralisation, and we also continue to be very encouraged by the identification of coarse visible gold in holes which we are currently drilling at Aladdin’s Hill.”

 

Rodruin diamond drilling programme

 

The Rodruin prospect was discovered in December 2017 by Aton geologists (see news release dated December 14, 2017), and is located approximately 18km east of the Company’s Hamama West mineral deposit (Figure 1). During 2018 Aton constructed a c. 4.5km access road to the prospect, and undertook a highly successful 50 hole Phase 1 reverse circulation percussion (“RC”) drilling programme at Rodruin, which returned numerous mineralised intersections including 36m grading 12.47 g/t Au and 9.3 g/t Ag, from 5m downhole depth (hole ROP-003, see news release dated October 1, 2018).

 

The Phase 2 diamond drilling programme at Rodruin commenced in late November 2021, and results reported to date include 48.0m grading 1.97 g/t Au and 5.3 g/t Ag, from 27.0m, in hole ROD-052 (see news release dated January 25, 2022), and 88.25m grading 1.74 g/t Au and 9.7 g/t Ag, from 25.75m, in hole ROD-055 (see news release dated March 1, 2022).

 

After the completion of hole ROD-069 the drill rig was converted over to its standard steep hole configuration, and holes ROD-070 and ROD-071 (Figure 2) were drilled to follow up on the primary carbonate-hosted mineralisation intersected in RC hole ROP-050 (61m grading 1.55 g/t Au and 8.9 g/t Ag, from 111m, see news release dated January 29, 2019). Additionally, the vertical RC hole ROP-048 was re-entered and deepened, and re-numbered as hole ROD-048. Collar and survey details of these holes are provided in Table 1.

 

Hole ID Collar co-ordinates 1 Dip 2 Grid azimuth 2 EOH depth (m) Comments
X Y Z
ROD-048 552453 2913057 748 -88.1 125.0 219.60 Re-entry of RC hole ROP-048
ROD-070 552454 2913051 748 -55.4 183.8 177.20 Aladdin’s Hill North sulphides
ROD-071 552455 2913158 740 -68.0 188.0 246.40 Aladdin’s Hill North sulphides
Notes:
1)   Collar co-ordinates as laid out using handheld GPS
2)   Collar surveys of drill holes undertaken at c. 5-6m depth, using Reflex EZ-Trac survey tool
3)   All co-ordinates are UTM (WGS84) Zone 36R

Table 1: Collar details of diamond drill holes ROD-048, ROD-070, and ROD-071

 

Discussion of results

 

All 3 drillholes were drilled on the north-south 552450E section at Rodruin (Figure 3). Hole ROD-070 was drilled to test above the mineralised carbonate intercepted in RC hole ROP-050, whereas holes ROP-048 and ROD-071 were designed to test under this zone. Hole ROD-074 and ROD-075 have also been subsequently completed on this section, and assay results from these 2 holes are pending. Hole ROD-048 intersected a wide zone of heavily sulphidic carbonate, similar to that identified in RC hole ROP-050, whereas neither ROD-070 nor ROD-071 intersected this carbonate unit. ROD-071 intersected wide zones of heavily quartz-sericite-pyrite (“phyllic”) altered rocks (Figure 3).

 

Holes ROD-048 and ROD-070 intersected carbonate-hosted gold-silver-zinc oxide mineralisation from surface, with ROD-048 also intersecting deeper carbonate-hosted mineralisation at depth. Hole ROD-071 returned a long gold-silver-copper-zinc intersection associated with heavily sulphidic and silicified phyllic altered sediments. Details of intersections are provided in Table 2.

 

Hole ID Intersection (m) 1 Au (g/t) Ag (g/t) Cu (%) Pb (%) Zn (%) Comments
From To Interval
ROD-048 0.0 2 17.0 17.0 2.21 6.8 0.43 5.98 Re-entry of RC hole ROP-048, coring started at 65.5m
48.0 53.0 5.0 0.78 2.8 0.02 0.26
116.7 133.8 17.1 1.07 15.7 0.01 0.03 0.33
178.8 183.9 5.1 0.64 22.2 0.83 0.03 7.45
ROD-070 0.00 5.7 5.7 4.21 14.6 0.11 0.07 1.64  
18.4 20.6 2.2 3.35 8.5 0.03 0.14 0.96
ROD-071 58.9 75.3 16.4 1.20 23.2 0.03 0.10 0.09  
  117.2 205.8 88.6 5.76 42.0 0.31 0.03 2.40  
incl. 138.1 148.0 9.9 39.40 261.7 0.84 0.02 3.55  
Notes:
1)   Intersections calculated at a nominal cutoff grade of 0.3 g/t Au in runs of continuous mineralisation
2)   Intersection previously reported – see news release dated January 29, 2019

Table 2: Mineralised intersections from diamond drill holes ROD-048, ROD-070, and ROD-071

 

ROD-071

 

Hole ROD-071 returned an intersection of 88.6m grading 5.76 g/t Au, 42.0 g/t Ag, 0.31% Cu and 2.40% Zn from 117.2m depth, including a bonanza grade interval from 138.1m, grading 39.4 g/t Au, 261.7 g/t Ag, 0.84% Cu and 3.55% Zn over 9.9m. All the assays from this intersection are provided in Appendix A. This polymetallic mineralisation is associated with a unit of dark grey, highly altered and siliceous rock, consisting primarily of quartz, sericite and sulphide and sulphosalt minerals. All original texture in the rock has been destroyed, but this unit is interpreted as consisting of very heavily altered sedimentary rocks. The mineralised interval is not believed to represent true thickness, but the orientation of the mineralised zone is not yet determined.

 

The mineralised interval is strongly sulphidic, carrying approximately 10% pyrite, and up to 20% very pale grey sphalerite in places, with locally very high concentrations (Figure 4). The highest bonanza grade intersection is notably elevated in both copper and zinc (Appendix A), and there appears to be a good correlation between copper with the highest grades of gold (up to 140.5 g/t, between 140.1-142.1m) and silver (up to 1105 g/t, over the same interval). It is noted that the strongest gold mineralisation appears to be associated with an increase in the level of silicification of the rock, as well as copper. It is also noted that coarse visible gold is typically associated with copper and lead/arsenic oxide minerals from the near-surface Aladdin’s Hill zone in drill core and outcrop, eg. in hole ROD-055 (see news release dated March 1, 2022).

 

The heavily phyllic altered unit that hosts the mineralised intersection is fault-bounded to both the south and the north, and also above by the South Ridge Thrust (“SRT”), a prominent structural feature which outcrops along the south side of the South Ridge and which dips to the north at about 40°. Hole ROD-071 intersected a separate sequence of heavily foliated quartz-sericite-pyrite rock above the SRT, which also returned a mineralised intersection grading 1.20 g/t Au and 23.2 g/t Ag over 16.4m, from 58.9m down hole on its northern faulted margin.

 

ROD-048 and ROD-070

 

Both holes ROD-048 and ROD-070 intersected gold-silver-zinc mineralisation immediately from surface, with ROD-048 returning 2.21 g/t Ag, 6.8 g/t Ag and 5.98% Zn over 17m (see news release dated January 29, 2019), and ROD-070 returning 4.21 g/t Ag, 14.6 g/t Ag and 1.64% Zn over 5.7m, in gossanous carbonate host rocks. Hole ROD-070 passed into unmineralised sediments above and below the SRT, and did not intersect further mineralisation below 20m depth. Hole ROD-048 also intersected several deeper zones of mineralisation including 1.07 g/t Au and 15.7 g/t Ag over 17.1m, from 116.7m downhole depth, in a sulphide-rich carbonate-silica-talc unit.

 

Discussion

 

The sulphide mineralisation intersected in hole ROD-071 appears to be the primary sulphide equivalent of the block of fault-bounded coarse gold bearing oxide mineralisation seen at Aladdin’s Hill. The deep sulphide mineralisation intersected in ROD-071 is hosted within a fault-bounded block of highly siliceous and altered rock, which is apparently bounded above by the SRT. This block is open at depth and along strike, and is effectively ‘blind’ as it is located directly under both the SRT and Upper Thrust (“UT”) structures (Figure 3). These blocks of heavily phyllic altered rocks, and the associated polymetallic mineralisation, are interpreted as being fault-bounded and controlled.

 

The regional stratigraphy consists of a sequence of predominantly tuffogenic sedimentary rocks (slates and tuffogenic sandstones), and carbonate-silica-sulphide(±talc) rocks, of undetermined origin, which host much of the gossanous mineralisation that outcrops over wide areas of the South Ridge at Rodruin. Mapping of this stratigraphy indicates that it has been heavily folded and faulted, as well as being cut by at least 2 shallow north-dipping structures – the SRT and the UT. The UT, which is roughly parallel to and controls the mountain slope on the northern flank of the South Ridge (Figure 3), appears to be a significant structure, and outcrops to the northwest of and bounds the main mineralised area at Rodruin. Its hangingwall sequence appears to consist predominantly of a series of unmineralised carbonate altered sediments. It is likely that the mineralised sequence in the footwall of the UT, which is exposed at surface on the South Ridge at Rodruin, continues to the northwest, and could be continuous at very shallow depths beneath the hangingwall sequence of rocks above the UT.

 

Aton believes that there is potential to identify very significant volumes of additional mineralisation at Rodruin, as the current drilling continues to indicate that it is effectively open in all directions, at depth and along strike, as well as there being potential for further blind mineralisation under the UT. The identification of the high grade primary polymetallic sulphide mineralisation associated with the phyllic altered sediments at depth is particularly significant.

 

The current diamond drilling programme at Rodruin was designed with the objective of testing and quantifying the potential near surface open pittable resources at Rodruin, as well as testing the deeper primary mineralisation identified during the Phase 1 RC drilling programme. The original programme has now been extended beyond its original planned meterage. Additional drilling (holes ROD-074 and ROD-075, Figure 3) has intersected further Cu-Zn sulphide mineralisation at depth, and Aton will continue to release new drill results as the assays become available.

 

Sample processing and analytical procedures

 

Drill core was logged by Aton geologists, and marked up for cutting and sampling at the Rodruin core farm. Samples were typically selected over nominal 1m intervals, but as determined by the logged lithologies. The core was half-cut by Aton staff at the onsite Rodruin sample preparation facility.

 

The split half-core samples were collected and bagged up in cloth bags, weighed and crushed to -4mm onsite, and split to a nominal c. 250-500g sample size. The coarse crushed reject samples are retained onsite at the Rodruin sample prep facility.

 

QAQC samples are inserted at a rate of approximately 1 certified reference material (or “standard” sample) every 30 samples, 1 blank sample every 15 samples, and 1 duplicate split sample every 15 samples.

 

The c. 250-500g dried, crushed and split samples were shipped to ALS Minerals sample preparation laboratory at Marsa Alam, Egypt where they were pulverised to a size fraction of better than 85% passing 75 microns. From this pulverised material a further sub-sample was split off with a nominal c. 50g size, which was shipped on to ALS Minerals at Rosia Montana, Romania for analysis.

 

Samples were analysed for gold by fire assay with an atomic absorption spectroscopy (“AAS”) finish (analytical code Au-AA23), and for silver, copper, lead and zinc using an aqua regia digest followed by an AAS finish (analytical code AA45). Any high grade gold samples (>10 g/t Au) were re-analysed using analytical code Au-GRA21 (also fire assay, but with a gravimetric finish). Any high grade Ag and base metal samples (Ag >100 g/t, and Cu, Pb and Zn >10,000ppm or >1%) were re-analysed using the ore grade technique AA46 (also an aqua regia digest followed by an AAS finish).

 

About Aton Resources Inc.

 

Aton Resources Inc. is focused on its 100% owned Abu Marawat Concession, located in Egypt’s Arabian-Nubian Shield, approximately 200 km north of Centamin’s world-class Sukari gold mine. Aton has identified numerous gold and base metal exploration targets at Abu Marawat, including the Hamama deposit in the west, the Abu Marawat deposit in the northeast, and the advanced Rodruin exploration prospect in the south of the Concession. Two historic British gold mines are also located on the Concession at Sir Bakis and Semna. Aton has identified several distinct geological trends within Abu Marawat, which display potential for the development of a variety of styles of precious and base metal mineralisation. Abu Marawat is 447.7 km2 in size and is located in an area of excellent infrastructure; a four-lane highway, a 220kV power line, and a water pipeline are in close proximity, as are the international airports at Hurghada and Luxor.

 

Qualified person

 

The technical information contained in this News Release was prepared by Javier Orduña BSc (hons), MSc, MCSM, DIC, MAIG, SEG(M), Exploration Manager of Aton Resources Inc. Mr. Orduña is a qualified person (QP) under National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

 

 

Appendix A – Assay results of the ROD-071 Au-Ag-Cu-Zn sulphide intersection

 

Sample No. From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Au (g/t) Ag (g/t) Cu (ppm) Pb (ppm Zn (ppm)
AHA-37745 117.20 118.15 0.95 0.51 6.4 1650 361 59900
AHA-37746 118.15 119.70 1.55 4.51 27 6400 407 88100
AHA-37748 119.70 120.65 0.95 0.19 1.5 1040 19 12150
AHA-37749 120.65 121.50 0.85 1.54 11.6 5350 186 90700
AHA-37750 121.50 122.50 1.00 1.65 2.9 207 43 2380
AHA-37751 122.50 123.50 1.00 0.94 22.6 2920 185 23800
AHA-37752 123.50 124.50 1.00 1.92 5.9 844 75 6400
AHA-37753 124.50 125.50 1.00 2.13 10.9 2300 281 17700
AHA-37755 125.50 126.50 1.00 0.70 4.2 1300 94 6630
AHA-37756 126.50 127.50 1.00 0.31 3.4 1210 40 11950
AHA-37757 127.50 128.50 1.00 4.21 17.4 3080 101 37600
AHA-37758 128.50 129.50 1.00 0.67 4 431 41 6610
AHA-37759 129.50 130.50 1.00 0.24 1.2 43 34 448
AHA-37760 130.50 131.50 1.00 0.31 1.6 95 64 1855
AHA-37761 131.50 132.50 1.00 0.20 1.3 42 44 821
AHA-37763 132.50 133.50 1.00 1.51 4.3 183 131 14650
AHA-37764 133.50 134.50 1.00 0.30 11.2 954 63 8550
AHA-37765 134.50 135.30 0.80 0.50 22.4 1940 82 18650
AHA-37766 135.30 136.10 0.80 0.81 31.1 2730 273 47200
AHA-37767 136.10 137.10 1.00 0.32 5.5 396 58 6500
AHA-37769 137.10 138.10 1.00 0.20 3 202 30 3220
AHA-37770 138.10 139.10 1.00 12.6 15.3 4050 48 42700
AHA-37771 139.10 140.10 1.00 17.4 61.1 19550 368 120000
AHA-37772 140.10 141.10 1.00 113.0 710 21610 283 65000
AHA-37773 141.10 142.10 1.00 140.5 1105 10840 195 25000
AHA-37775 142.10 143.10 1.00 2.57 22.2 5440 47 9770
AHA-37776 143.10 144.10 1.00 0.34 11.2 3240 131 13050
AHA-37777 144.10 145.10 1.00 0.44 17.5 2120 74 7780
AHA-37778 145.10 146.00 0.90 0.35 7.7 1690 106 4340
AHA-37779 146.00 147.00 1.00 82.0 529 7860 355 43900
AHA-37780 147.00 148.00 1.00 20.9 113 6750 434 20500
AHA-37782 148.00 149.00 1.00 0.18 5.8 1320 65 3210
AHA-37783 149.00 150.00 1.00 0.25 4 568 52 1170
AHA-37784 150.00 151.00 1.00 0.38 6 696 74 4740
AHA-37785 151.00 152.00 1.00 2.12 23.3 2030 158 5410
AHA-37786 152.00 153.00 1.00 0.32 2 159 101 1490
AHA-37788 153.00 154.00 1.00 0.21 4 761 975 4830
AHA-37789 154.00 155.00 1.00 0.30 3.5 610 411 4140
AHA-37790 155.00 156.00 1.00 0.36 3.8 1110 88 1595
AHA-37791 156.00 157.00 1.00 0.36 1.6 107 90 855
AHA-37792 157.00 158.00 1.00 0.84 4.5 1090 40 1610
AHA-37793 158.00 159.00 1.00 0.39 1.3 194 21 428
AHA-37794 159.00 160.00 1.00 0.30 1.4 197 35 434
AHA-37795 160.00 161.00 1.00 0.21 1.2 178 48 487
AHA-37796 161.00 162.00 1.00 0.37 1.9 237 61 3240
Sample No. From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Au (g/t) Ag (g/t) Cu (ppm) Pb (ppm Zn (ppm)
AHA-37797 162.00 163.00 1.00 13.45 86.1 5140 278 44300
AHA-37799 163.00 164.00 1.00 4.29 26.6 3570 246 36700
AHA-37800 164.00 165.00 1.00 1.42 14.3 2540 281 53600
AHA-37801 165.00 166.00 1.00 1.51 15.7 2280 704 76200
AHA-37803 166.00 167.00 1.00 1.05 10.2 4120 358 54800
AHA-37804 167.00 168.00 1.00 0.86 6.9 1570 21 5300
AHA-37805 168.00 169.00 1.00 0.76 6.3 900 61 3970
AHA-37806 169.00 170.00 1.00 0.59 3.1 305 95 3100
AHA-37807 170.00 171.00 1.00 0.46 5.6 1120 47 5160
AHA-37808 171.00 172.00 1.00 2.92 33.1 8120 27 14200
AHA-37809 172.00 173.00 1.00 1.65 18.6 5560 102 8740
AHA-37810 173.00 174.00 1.00 0.72 8.6 2010 89 7450
AHA-37811 174.00 175.00 1.00 1.59 13.4 1245 51 17000
AHA-37812 175.00 176.00 1.00 2.83 27.1 2510 119 8320
AHA-37813 176.00 177.00 1.00 0.34 7.9 3300 27 1655
AHA-37815 177.00 178.00 1.00 0.35 7.3 2620 145 9700
AHA-37816 178.00 179.00 1.00 2.26 19.1 1615 67 20400
AHA-37817 179.00 180.00 1.00 0.20 2.7 474 16 3010
AHA-37818 180.00 181.00 1.00 2.65 27.5 3460 548 100500
AHA-37819 181.00 182.00 1.00 1.19 14.1 1335 184 17000
AHA-37821 182.00 183.00 1.00 3.46 37.1 6360 281 72000
AHA-37822 183.00 184.00 1.00 3.31 22.5 4560 277 46400
AHA-37823 184.00 185.00 1.00 1.50 16.3 3300 226 41000
AHA-37824 185.00 186.00 1.00 1.88 29.1 9060 885 137500
AHA-37825 186.00 187.00 1.00 1.21 17 4130 224 64600
AHA-37826 187.00 188.00 1.00 0.28 7 1825 15 3860
AHA-37828 188.00 189.00 1.00 0.15 4.3 1420 9 1210
AHA-37829 189.00 190.00 1.00 0.44 7.2 1680 16 12300
AHA-37830 190.00 191.00 1.00 1.64 19 5620 17 10500
AHA-37831 191.00 192.00 1.00 1.09 14.1 6340 105 24900
AHA-37833 192.00 193.00 1.00 2.86 25.3 4300 721 60400
AHA-37834 193.00 194.00 1.00 0.76 5.4 609 30 9640
AHA-37835 194.00 195.00 1.00 1.69 24.2 5590 4290 42300
AHA-37837 195.00 196.00 1.00 2.10 21.8 4420 416 28600
AHA-37839 196.00 197.00 1.00 1.99 16.5 3170 199 41100
AHA-37841 197.00 198.00 1.00 1.22 8.8 2080 31 4000
AHA-37842 198.00 199.00 1.00 0.85 8.3 4010 236 12650
AHA-37843 199.00 199.90 0.90 1.58 27.6 6090 3690 26600
AHA-37844 199.90 200.90 1.00 2.57 14.6 3300 225 42400
AHA-37845 200.90 202.00 1.10 1.13 14.8 5120 1015 10700
AHA-37846 202.00 203.00 1.00 13.00 116 7920 160 37700
AHA-37848 203.00 204.00 1.00 0.56 11.9 3570 104 17250
AHA-37849 204.00 205.00 1.00 0.30 3.4 694 92 3300
AHA-37850 205.00 205.80 0.80 2.31 44.4 1430 56 16100

 

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