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Here is where you will find a number of different photographs. Please note that in most cases they are in full colour and take a relatively longer time to download and view.
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Booth Display at Roundup Conference
Louis Doyle (left) - President and Jim Kasten - Investor Relations standing in front of Barker Minerals' booth at the Cordilleran Roundup Conference held at the Hotel Vancouver in January 1999.
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Initial Drilling on Ace Project
Initial core drilling on the Ace project, November 1998. The program consisted of 7 angle core holes totaling 1,260 meters (see Company News dated Jan. 4, 1999).
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Company Shareholders at Appreciation Night
Nearly 200 persons attended the Company's 4th Annual Appreciation night - held in Langley, BC.
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Company Shareholders at Exploration Office
Picture of many of the Company's shareholders after a visit to the Ace project. Picture was taken at Barker Minerals' exploration office in Likely, BC. in the summer of 1997.
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To The Goldfields
Sign posted along the Old Gold Trail to the Cariboo Goldfield.
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Ace Project - View
View to the southeast across the mineralized boulder field within the Ace project. The IP geophysical anomaly extends across the width of the picture. Note the recent logging areas in the foreground and in the distant hills.
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Ace Project - Mineralized Boulders
Angular boulders such as this are strong evidence that the transported distance is minimal. Hammer for scale.
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Ace Project - Mineralized Boulders
Photomicrograph of gold (labeled Au) within quartz-rich sulfide vein boulder.
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Ace Project - Mineralized Boulders
This quartz-rich sulfide vein boulder assay 29 g/t (nearly 1 ounce/ton) gold.
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Ace Project - Mineralized Boulders
Many of the mineralized boulders discovered on the Ace project have been cataloged and saved for future metallurgical and petrographic studies.
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Ace Project - Mineralized Boulders
Jim Doyle (father of Louis Doyle) excavating mineralized boulders from Ace project.
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Ace Project - Mineralized Bedrock
Massive sulfide mineralization exposed in a shallow outcrop within the Ace project.
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