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Assays confirm high-grade copper at New World Resources’ Antler project

Smallcaps - Assays from portions of the first three diamond drill holes at New World Resources’ (ASX: NWC) Antler copper project in Arizona have revealed “very” high-grade mineralisation is present.

Mineralisation was present in all three holes with initial assays returning 5.45m at 2.49% copper, 11.89% zinc, 0.94% lead and 31.6 grams per tonne silver from 193.5m; 3.93m at 4.18% copper, 11.13% zinc, 0.56% lead, 34.4g/t silver and 0.52g/t gold from 112.5m; and 5.15m at 1.13% copper, 8.53% zinc, 1.07% lead and 39.6g/t silver from 308.3m.

“This is an excellent start to our first-ever drill campaign at Antler,” New World managing director Mike Haynes said.

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