General Information

MDI Number:

MDI52E10SW00006

Old MDI Number:

K 0073

Deposit Name:

MIKADO MINE - 1988

Deposit Status:

PAST PRODUCING MINE WITHOUT RESERVES

SMDR #:

01336

AMIS #:

No Data

Related Deposit:

COMPOUND

Related MDI:

No Data

Creation Date:

01-JUN-1988

Created By:

Q Unknown

Revision Date:

09-FEB-2011

Revised By:

C RAVNAAS

Organization Affiliation:

Converted from the original MDI


Commodity

Primary Commodities:

GOLD

Secondary Commodities:

SILVER


Location

Township

Lot

Concession

Section

Legal Desc.

GLASS NA NA No Data No Data

Latitude:

49° 35' 16.06"

UTM Zone:

15

UTM Easting:

358662.595

Longitude:

-94° 57' 19.91"

UTM Northing:

5494638.287

UTM Datum:

NAD83

Resident Geologist District:

KENORA

Mining Division:

No Data


NTS Grid Name

Qualifier

52E10SW P

Claim Map:

N/A

Point Location Description:

Precise

Location Method:

CONVERSION FROM MDI

Source Map:

OGS 1969, MAP P528 NORTH SHOAL L AREA, EAST SHEET

Source Map Scale:

1:12 000

Source Map Accuracy:

No Data

Access Description:

N/A


Exploration History

28/11/2006 MILLCAP: 1600 TON PER MONTH MILL CAPACITY, PROBABLE RESERVES - 1982: ESTIMATED AT 200,000 TONS @ 0.356 OPT AU and 30,977 tons at 0.356 opt Au in the Grano Zone. Produced 28,335 oz Au and 41 oz Ag from 57,813 tons. Reserves combined with Cedar Island MDI C10SW00017 are 1,234,069 tons of 9.62 g/T Au. Revised indicated reserves: 1.096 Mt at 6.63 gpt Au, Inferred reserves: 0.832 Mt at 5.63 gpt Au (both MDI52E10SW00017 Cedar Island and Mikado) from Press Release, Amador Gold Ltd. October 6, 2003

Assessment Files

No Data


Geology

Province:

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Sub Province:

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Belt:

No Data

Geological Age:

No Data

Intrusion:

No Data

Geochronological Age:

No Data

Terrane:

No Data

Geochron. Age Ref:

No Data

Metamorphism Type:

No Data

Metamorphism Grade:

No Data

Tectonic Assemblage:

No Data

Formation:

No Data

Structure

No Data

Comments

09/02/2011 The Shoal Lake area is underlain by granite-greenstone terrain of the western portion of the Wabigoon Subprovince, a major sub-division of Precambrian rocks of the Canadian Shield. The greenstone rocks consist of fine to medium grained mafic-ultramafic to intermediate metavolcanics of basaltic and andesitic composition with minor tuffaceous and sedimentary interbeds. The volcanics have been intruded by the Canoe Lake Stock of granodioritic composition. The KPM Property is dominated by a north trending alternating sequence of fine- to medium grained, massive and pillowed mafic flows and medium- to coarse-grained sills or very thick flows. These units have been folded about the northeast trending Gull Bay - Bag Bay Anticline, the axial trace of which extends just to the east of Cedar Island. A major granitic body covers the eastern margin of the property. The Canoe Lake quartz diorite stock occupies an anticlinal position and faulting has modified its boundaries. It is typically fractured, altered and quartz-rich, and several types of porphyry dikes are associated with it. It lies on the extension of the Gull Bay-Bag Bay Anticline; it may be a high level intrusion, and the extensive fracturing and alteration may be due to late stage hydrothermal activity. There are two major directions of faulting on the property; one fault set trends 030to 045 NE and the other set trends 090 and 110 to 125 SE. Northeast faulting is parallel to the strike of the lithologies and is widespread, but difficult to recognize. It has undoubtedly been a controlling factor influencing gold deposition at the Mikado Mine. The best-developed fault sets are those, which strike about 090 and 110 to 125SE. (Reference from Everton Resources Ltd. Technical Report on RESOURCE UPDATE ON THE KPM SHOAL LAKE PROJECT Mar 2010)

Lithology

Deposit Rock Name:

MAFIC METAVOLCANICS

Rank:

1

Composition Modifier:

BASALT

Textural Modifier:

No Data

Relationship to Deposit:

ADJACENT


Deposit Rock Name:

INTERMEDIATE INTRUSIVE

Rank:

2

Composition Modifier:

GRANODIORITE

Textural Modifier:

No Data

Relationship to Deposit:

ADJACENT


Deposit Rock Name:

VEIN

Rank:

3

Composition Modifier:

No Data

Textural Modifier:

No Data

Relationship to Deposit:

CONTAINS


Comments

09/02/2011 The Mikado Mine Veins are examples of deposits occurring in mafic volcanic rocks near the margin of the Canoe Lake intrusion and represent the type of structural setting referred to above as ?veins in faults and shear zones?. These shear zones have moderate to steep dips, and can be traced for several hundred metres to a few kilometres along strike. They are typically high-angle reverse to reverse-oblique shear zones and form tabular to lenticular bodies. The veins range in thickness from a few tens of centimetres to a few metres and may reach a few hundred metres in their longest dimension. The Mikado veins form a left-stepping en-echelon set, with each segment 8 to 10 metres long and up to 0.4 metres wide. The Mikado No. 1 contains angular fragments of wall rock, which are separated by quartz vein material. The veins trend from 155 to 180S and were emplaced as a result of flexural shearing of units along lithological contacts where competency contrasts occurred in response to the intrusion of the Canoe Lake stock. The Mikado No. 2 vein is glassy to smokey-grey in appearance with quartz accounting for 90% of the vein material. Within the veins, quartz is ribboned and gossanous. Pyrite, bismuthinite and arsenopyrite collectively account for up to 5% of the vein material. Carbonate, limonite and fuchsite are present in the altered wall rock. The Mikado veins differ in character from the Cedar Island Mainland Zone veins in the following aspects: (1) Mikado veins contain coarse native gold as compared to the sulphide-associated micron gold observed at the CIMZ, (2) Mikado veins contain the mineral bismuthinite and show brecciated inclusions of wall rock altered to fuchsite, (3) Mikado veins have historically produced higher grade mineralization than the CIMZ. (Reference from Everton Resources Ltd. Technical Report on RESOURCE UPDATE ON THE KPM SHOAL LAKE PROJECT Mar 2010)

Mineralization

Rank

Mineral

Type

5 BISMUTHINITE ORE
10 CHALCOPYRITE ORE
15 GOLD ORE
20 HEMATITE ORE
25 MOLYBDENITE ORE
30 MALACHITE ORE
35 PYRITE ORE
40 SILVER ORE
45 TETRADYMITE ORE

Comments

09/02/2011 The Mikado Mine on claim D148 was discovered in 1893. Shafts were sunk in 1896 and production from 1896 to 1902 totalled 946,800 grams of gold from 57,813 tonnes. The mine reopened and operated during the years 1910-11, 1922-23 and 1932-34. An additional 24,549 grams of gold were produced during these years primarily from the 4th, 7th, 9th and 10th levels to a vertical depth of 165 metres. (Reference from Everton Resources Ltd. Technical Report on RESOURCE UPDATE ON THE KPM SHOAL LAKE PROJECT Mar 2010)

Alteration

No Data

Comments

No Data


Geochemistry

No Data


Deposit Information

Deposit Classification

No Data


Deposit Characteristic

No Data


Deposit Structure

No Data


Deposit Shape and Size

No Data


Deposit Visit

No Data


Production

Production Name:

MIKADO

Year:

1988

Tonnes:

0

Depth of Works:

201

Mining Method:

UNDERGROUND

Mill Capacity:

No Data

Rehabilitated Flag:

No Data

Production Source:

MDI

Comments:

No Data



Reserves

No Data


References

BOOK:

AFRO 1973, #63.3496

Pub.#:

N/A

Scale:

No Data

Date:

25/01/1996

Publisher:

No Data

Location:

No Data

Originator:

No Data


BOOK:

NMI FILE, 52E/10 AU 15

Pub.#:

N/A

Scale:

No Data

Date:

25/01/1996

Publisher:

No Data

Location:

No Data

Originator:

No Data


BOOK:

OGS 1976, MDC 16, P27

Pub.#:

N/A

Scale:

No Data

Date:

25/01/1996

Publisher:

No Data

Location:

No Data

Originator:

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BOOK:

OGS 1978, OFR 5242, P63-65,87-90

Pub.#:

N/A

Scale:

No Data

Date:

25/01/1996

Publisher:

No Data

Location:

No Data

Originator:

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BOOK:

OGS 1988, OFR 5695,NO.85,P 220-228

Pub.#:

N/A

Scale:

No Data

Date:

25/01/1996

Publisher:

No Data

Location:

No Data

Originator:

No Data