Thursday, 6 December 2007

Anglo Swiss Visual Results Prompt Summary On Kenville Drill Program

Anglo Swiss Resources (ASW: TSX-V) (ASWRF: OTCBB) (AMO: BERLIN)
Anglo Swiss today released a recap of the phase one - 1365 meter, five hole drilling program that took place on its Kenville property.


The Howard Group has published all of the visual drill results along the way as ASW announced them throughout November. Putting this summary together is an important factor ensuring the market appreciates what the company has accomplished.

All five holes showed mineralization that was consistent with or better than what ASW expected. The pleasant surprise is what came out of drill holes four and five, which defined a portion of the size of the Eagle Gold Vein. We now know that the vein runs approximately 150 meters and varies from 1.65 - 5.1 meters in width. When Teck touched into the vein, assay results returned 2.4 ounces of gold per ton. More drilling is planned in early 2008 to further define the true size of this vein as it is still open to the northwest, southeast and depth.

We recommend that shareholders read the summary attached below as the results so far warrant a closer look until the assay results arrive the first part of 2008. The map attached below shows current and past drill programs since 1990 when Teck was drilling on the property.

It should also be mentioned that the 2007 Kenville drilling only covered 100 meters of north- south distance of the 1000 meter established grid length. This grid only represents about 20% of the entire Kenville property and much more drilling will be taking place as the true potential and value of this property is yet to be determined.
Click here to view the news release