King Tut Gold Property

  • 120 mineral claims 
  • 5,206 hectares / ~52km²
  • Historical results in the range of 75.69 g/t AU over 1 metre

Located in Abitibi Gold Belt, a region of Canada that extends from Wawa, Ontario to Val-d'Or, Quebec. An established gold mining district having produced over 100 mines, and 170 million ounces of gold since 1901.

Location Highlights

East of King Tut is Vior/Ethos with it Ligneris Project showing high grade gold.

65KM’s East of Amex Exploration’s Perron property, with a 300,000-metre drill program, making Amex’s drilling campaign one of the largest and most aggressive exploration programs in Canada to date.

BMEX completed an inaugural 4,500-metre drill program on King Tut during the first half of 2021. Almost every hole returned anomalous gold values related to quartz-carbonates veining, indicating that a hydrothermal gold-bearing system is hosted.

Project History

Discovered in 1945 (lots 28 & 29 – carbonatized shear zone cut by auriferous quartz stringers mineralized with pyrite and minor chalcopyrite).

Placer Dome, which conducted a 307-metre diamond drill program that included positive gold grades.

Operated by Continental Diamond Drilling 9500 feet of diamond drilling.

Falconbridge & Barrick Gold (Lac Minerals) from 1985-90 did an extensive drilling program on the property. Historical drilling of King Tut showed 75.69 g/t Au over 1-metre.

Geological Maps

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