August 10, 2022
VANCOUVER, BC, August 10, 2022 – Vancouver, BC: Dolly Varden Silver Corporation (TSXV: DV) (OTC: DOLLF) (the “Company” or “Dolly Varden“) is pleased to announce significant results from drilling at the Kitsol Vein located near the historic Torbrit Mine on the Company’s Property in northwest BC.
Highlights from drill hole DV22-283 include:
- 18m (~30.0m true width) averaging 414 g/t Ag
- Including 15m (4.29m true width) averaging 646 g/t Ag
- Including 74m (7.04m true width) averaging 658 g/t Ag
- Including 34m (3.20m true width) averaging 801 g/t Ag
Drill hole DV22-283 is a 25m step-out along strike and down dip of high grade silver mineralization zone within the Kitsol Vein and suggests that thickness and grade of the Kitsol Vein is increasing at depth. Within the mineralized interval, three 0.50m long samples assayed 2,910 g/t Ag, 2,390 g/t Ag and 2,500 g/t respectively. The Kitsol Structure is a vein-hosted, high-grade silver system located immediately west of the Torbrit Mineral Resource and historic mine. Mineralization consists of multiple, overlapping epithermal vein and brecciation events along a northeast striking, steep westerly dipping zone. Silver mineralization includes native silver, pyrargyrite, tennantite, argentite and argentiferous galena hosted in highly siliceous breccias and veins.