Golden Dawn Receives Drilling Permit on Phoenix Property, Airborne Survey to Confirm Additional Targets

VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / September 14, 2021 /Golden Dawn Minerals Inc., (TSXV: GOM) (FRANKFURT: 3G8C) (OTC PINK: GDMRF), (“Golden morning glow” or the “society“), announced that it has received final approval for its drilling plan on the Phoenix Property at the Greenwood Precious Metals project in southeast BC, which is expected to be completed in October.

Photo showing Minnie Moore vein outcrop and previous assay results

Phoenix’s multi-year zoning permit covers a total of 25 drill sites, 12 of which have been approved for this year. Several holes can be drilled from each of the locations, so the permit this year allows drilling of approximately 7,200 meters out of a total of up to 15,000 meters.

The Phoenix Property is extensively mineralized and includes 29 formerly producing mines and over 70 mineral occurrences. Targets for this year are in the northeast portion of the property and include the Minnie Moore and Summit epithermal gold and silver showings and nearby gold-copper-skarn deposits northeast of the historic Phoenix open-pit copper-gold mine.

Photo showing leaf-shaped calcite in epithermal gold-bearing veins of Summit.

The Minnie Moore Deposit is a silver-rich epithermal breccia dike in limestone. Sulphide levels are generally low but can exceed 5% that of pyrite, with less chalcopyrite, sphalerite, galena, tetrahedrite and ruby ​​silver. Native gold was found in thin sections and in hand samples. In 2017, Golden Dawn reported a control sample result of 1700 g / t silver and 2.68 g / t gold over 1.0 meter for the Minnie Moore (October 18, 2017 press release).

The summit deposit is 75 m north of the main R. Bell Skarn deposit and historical mining sites. The summit is located in Brooklyn limestone and is made up of discontinuous quartz veins with high gold values. 1997 sampling results were reported as 30.2 g / t Au over 7.3 meters. In 2017, Golden Dawn reported a control sample result of 85.9 g / t gold over 0.4 meters from the summit (press release October 18, 2017).

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The BC Mine is one of several skarn deposits found in the northeastern area of ​​the Phoenix Property where drilling is planned. Historic production in the BC mine took place in 1900-1907, 1916-1918, 1938 when a total of 93,874 tonnes grading 0.3 g / t Au, 71.0 g / t Ag and 4.4% Cu were mined. The mineralization occurred as massive to semi-massive chalcopyrite lenses with minor pyrrhotite, pyrite and magnetite replacements in the Triassic Brooklyn Group, near the contact of the Sharpstone conglomerate to the west (Liege) and a narrow band of marble / limestone in the East (hanging wall). Associated skarn gangue minerals include garnet (most common), quartz, calcite, epidote, actinolite, and chlorite.

Historic BC mine (left) and example of copper-gold-skarn mineralization with malachite (right).

The Phoenix permit is the first of four permits being processed for Golden Dawn that is receiving final approval from the Department of Energy Mines and Low Carbon Innovation (EMLI). Three of the four (Phoenix, Golden Crown, and Lexington) are existing permits, while one (Tam O’Shanter) is a new application.

Map of the Greenwood Precious Metal Project areas.

Readers are cautioned that historical records referred to in this press release have been examined, but not verified, by a qualified person. Further work is required to verify that historical records referred to in this press release are accurate.

The technical information in this press release was prepared by Dr. Mathew Ball, P.Geo., Company President and Qualified Person under National Instrument 43-101.

For more details, see the latest National Instrument 43-101 Technical Report on the company’s website at

On behalf of the board:


Per: “Christopher R. Anderson” Christopher R. Anderson CEO

For more information please contact:

Golden Dawn Minerals Inc. – Corporate Communications:
Tel: 604-221-8936
Email: [email protected]

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