Monday, 19 November 2007

Anglo Swiss Hole 4 Extends Length Of Known Gold Vein

Anglo Swiss Resources (TSX-V: ASW) (OTCBB: ASWRF) (BERLIN: AMO)

Management is extremely hopeful based on the potential of its Kenville gold property near Nelson, B.C. based on the just released results of hole #4. This fourth of a five hole, 4900 foot drill program shows that mineralization was present throughout the sample.
This not only confirms zones of disseminated copper (which is a copper/gold showing) but also encountered an extension of the gold zone known as the Eagle Gold Vein. Anglo Swiss was aware the gold vein was present from past drilling by Teck but the overall length of the vein is now becoming more evident in this carrier of high grade gold and silver. Teck assay results previously returned 2.9 ounces of gold per ton.

Teck encountered less than a foot of high grade mineralization but ASW's drilling confirmed an extension of approximately fifteen feet with it being open in all directions.

Anglo Swiss now has two distinct areas of interest in Kenville, the porphyry gold/copper and now the gold/silver vein underneath it.

The core sample has been sent for assay testing and the results are expected in January 2008. Hole 5 is expected to be completed before the end of November with assay results to follow.

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