Victoria Gold (TSX: VGCX) announced the launch of one ounce gold and silver medallions to be bought on the company’s website today.
The company offers the medallions as a commemorative package featuring photos of the mine and celebrating Victoria’s partnership with the First Nation of Na-Cho Nyak Dun. The mine is located in their traditional territory.
“The Eagle Gold Mine is leading the Yukon’s New Gold Rush,” said John McConnell, Victoria Gold president & CEO.
“Victoria is very excited to offer our newly minted gold and silver medallions to those who would like to own their piece of what is the largest gold mine in our territory’s history.”
Victoria Gold minted medallions show Eagle Mine development
Supplies of the 99 per cent pure gold and silver medallions are limited.
“We hope that Yukoners are as proud of the opportunities and benefits the Eagle Gold Mine provides to Yukon communities, businesses and residents as we are and enjoy how the gold and silver medallions represent both our territory’s rich past and its promising future,” said McConnell.
The coins are available on www.vgcx.com.
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Calibre Mining Corp. (TSX: CXB; OTCQX: CXBMF) is another Canadian based company that’s been making strides lately. The company recently announced assay results from its Golden Eagle area, which is located along the Republic/Eureka Mining District in Ferry County, Washington, USA. Calibre’s drill results there are the following:
- 4.30 g/t Au over 92.42 metres including 7.80 g/t Au over 17.3 metres in Hole GEC22-001
- 2.90 g/t Au over 195.1 metres in Hole GEC22-003
- 2.38 g/t Au over 114.3 metres; 2.66 g/t Au over 19.8 metres and 2.65 g/t Au over 25.7 metres in Hole GEC22-006
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