Wednesday, 5 November 2008

Further Assay Results Show Strong Copper Values

Anglo Swiss Resources Inc.
Basic Shares 100.5 million
Fully Diluted 129.5 million


New assay results just released by Anglo on the west side of the Kenville property show there is also the potential for a large copper/gold porphyry play. Five holes are used as highlights from the results in today’s release and the average grade of copper throughout is 0.94%. These 5 drill holes all intersected a newly discovered fracture zone that runs parallel to the quartz vein system and can be traced for approximately 700 meters.

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Although there is more exploration necessary on the west side of Kenville, a porphyry system with a grade as high as 0.94% copper could mean an economical resource just from this portion of the property.

On October 21st Anglo Swiss released assay results from Kenville on the first 28 holes of its 2008 drilling program consisting of 8530 meters (28,000 feet). These assays represented the gold and silver present in the high grade quartz veins whereas this round of results emphasizes the strong copper showing.