Project :: Putu North
Grand Geddeh

The Putu North prospect is Liberty’s third primary region in the Putu license undergoing exploration for gold deposits in the Grand Geddeh County.

Lithologically, the Putu area is underlain by granitic gneiss with pyrite and quartz laminations. The general average strike of this formation is 305° (NW - SE) with an average dip between 50° and 70° to the west. There is an amphibolitic intrusive formation at the northern portion of the license around Boundary Town.

Gneissic iron bands in the area are highly weathered and highly silicified with some degree of shearing. In addition, the area is also covered with abundant iron formation rocks (itabirite) which trend NE - SW.

The Putu North Prospect is part of the 1,375 km2 Putu License and is located in the northeast section of the property in a region where the Juazohn Shear Zone cuts diagonally NE - SW through the prospect.

Grinding Gold | Putu North

A large soil grid measuring approximately 5 km x 5 km and cut and sampled on 400m x 50m intervals has identified a significant gold - in - soil anomaly on the property with values as high as 500ppb Au. Additional infill soil sampling followed by trenching of significant anomalies is required on this project, in conjunction with geophysical surveys, in order to systematically delineate potential drill targets.

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