High Grade Mineralisation continues North at Rupice
Drilling to the north in the extended Rupice Licence area continues to intersect mineralisation which remains open down-plunge to the north.
The Rupice Project is an advanced exploration project which exhibits exceptionally high grades of base and precious metals and is located approximately 12km North West of the Veovaca Project. In 2017, the Company completed an 8 hole, 1,458 metre diamond drilling program at the Rupice Project, to confirm the historical results and the presence of precious metals with the base metals. More detail on the Rupice Project is outlined in the Independent Geologist’s Report. Since 2018 Adriatic has completed over 12,000m of exploration drilling, expanding the known area of mineralisation, and defined some of the highest grade poly-metallic intercepts globally.
Rupice is delivering exceptional grade and thickness.
High grade mineralization extends from surface and dips to the NNE, and plunges to the N. The average thickness is approximately 22m, but increases down dip. Adriatic are currently drilling down plunge into their recently acquired extended concession area.
High grade orebody (bright orange) subcrops in several areas and is plunging/open to the N/NE.
Mineralisation extensions (shaded orange) outside the high grade zone with a NE dipping orebody.
IP chargeability also indicates possible extension to the west and southeast which will be drill tested in 2018.
Clear relationship between base metal and precious metal grades suggest potential to add Au and Ag to a future JORC Resource.