Great Western's Gold & Silver Portfolio

Key Facts

  • Great Western has six claim groups containing gold and silver prospects.
  • 2021 drilling intercepted high gold grades at two claim groups.
  • 2022 drilling intercepted the OMCO Mine vein at Olympic Gold and significant silver with associated gold at very shallow depth at Mineral Jackpot.
  • A long pipeline of un-drilled gold and silver targets.
  • All claims lie within the Walker Lane belt which is renowned for hosting high-grade gold and silver deposits.
  • Western Milling LLC created in September 2022 for recovery of precious metals from pre-mined materials.


Olympic Gold

Olympic claims situated at intersection of two major gold trends. Multiple targets occur across the claim group with a current focus on Trafalgar Hill and the OMCO Mine site.

In 2021 Great Western drilled a number of targets at Olympic, with encouraging results. Follow-up drilling in 2022 intercepted the OMCO Mine vein and an extension to the OMCO Mine is now established.

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GWM soil sampling has identified an 800 m zone anomalous for Au (maximum 0.25 ppm Au).

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Jack Springs

M5 target - anomalous grades identified in grab samples from a ridge in the south of the claim group.

Elevated values of gold (740 ppb) and typically associated elements; arsenic (1736 ppm) and antimony (51 ppm).

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Mineral Jackpot

The Mineral Jackpot project is situated within the Black Mountain Claim group. Mineral Jackpot comprises five adjoining historic gold and silver mines, with high-grade vein mineralisation visible in open shafts and adits.

Initial drilling as part of the 2022 work programme, intercepted a 7.62 metre zone from 4.57 metres grading at 180.94 g/t silver and 0.315 g/t gold, contained within which is a high-grade silver zone hosted in quartz vein of 3.04 m at 418.00 g/t silver and 0.554 g/t gold, starting at 6.10 meters drilled depth.

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Rock House

Potential for gold, silver and copper deposits over 6.2 km2 in three distinct targets.

Initial drilling of the SAZ target in 2021 returned best intercepts of 1.52 m at 8.02 g/t from 97.53 m in hole RHRC006 and 1.52 m at 2.29 g/t from 28.95 m in RHRC007.

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Multiple 2 km strike length quartz veins with numerous historic adits.

Veins up to 2 m thick and have returned surface grab assays of 9.84 g/t Au, 4.99 g/t Au and 1.21% Cu.

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