Thursday, 1 November 2007

Drills Are Turning, Results Will Follow For Anglo Swiss



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

Phase 1 drilling on the Kenville Gold Property kicked off on October 11th with drill targets based on a recent analysis of geophysical information in with work that was undertaken by Teck in the mid 90’s. ASW is focusing phase 1 on the west side of Eagle Creek in a zone containing strong anomalous values in gold, silver, copper and molybdenum.

A geophysical report has just been released titled “Report on the Interpretation of Induced Polarization Kenville Gold Project” by Jeremy Brett of MPH Consulting LTD. See the full report at http://www.anglo-swiss.com/. This report confirms what ASW expected stating the geophysical data is of excellent quality and includes maps with drill site locations based on geochemical data. What this points to is that ASW is potentially sitting on an exceptional piece of property, which can only be confirmed with drilling.

Kenville is one of the oldest and most prolific mines in British Columbia’s history. Proven production, drill results from the 1990’s and now high tech new interpretation allows Anglo Swiss to pursue what it believes remains in the ground.

Within the Eagle Creek property a diorite porphyry is host to gold bearing quartz veins with copper/molybdenum mineralization. All of the data indicates that the porphyry system is of significant extent and grade.

To read the news release click here.