Nixon Bartleman Surface Gold

Nixon-Bartleman, with gold on surface over 500m of strike, remains open.  The property is known to host five gold bearing quartz veins in a structurally complex environment, sitting on the Destor-Porcupine Fault with at least one under-explored cross-cutting fault associated with a gold anomaly.

Renforth holds 100% of the Nixon-Bartleman project, subject to a 2.5% NSR, consisting of four patents and 15 staked claims over an area of 313Ha, straddling the Porcupine Destor Deformation Zone, in the Porcupine Mining Camp of the West Timmins Mining area, approximately 45 km SW of Timmins, only 10 kms SW of Lakeshore’s West Timmins Mine.

The property has seen historic drilling with 43 drill holes, assay results include up to 40 g/t gold and intersected a gold-bearing porphyry. There has been no cumulative and comprehensive compilation work done on the property to date, Renforth has a large amount of historic data and will leverage this going forward.

The image to the right is a specimen sample from Nixon-Bartleman obtained from the family of the earlier holder of the property.  Below is a carousel of images that include geological and geophysical maps, sample examples including #1409321 which assayed 22.1 g/t over 0.3m in a channel and other property information. Right clicking on any image during the slideshow will allow you to choose to open the image in a new window.