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The Money Knob deposit is a major new, bulk-tonnage, gold discovery located 110 km northwest of Fairbanks, Alaska, within the Tintina gold belt. The deposit was discovered in 2007 and by the end of 2009 contained a combined indicated and inferred resource of 389 metric tons (t) of gold at a grade of 0.85 g/t gold using a 0.5 g/t gold cutoff grade. Gold mineralization is hosted within a fold and thrust sequence of Cambrian and Devonian rocks intruded by 90 Ma dikes and sills, which are contemporaneous with the main-stage gold event. Gold mineralization occurs as shallowly dipping,...

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