January 5, 2012, Vancouver, BC: Teuton Resources Corp. (“Teuton”) (“TUO”-TSX-V) (“TFE”-Frankfurt) (“TEUTF”—OTC BB) is pleased to announce the results of a magneto-telluric survey carried out on its Treaty Creek property, located north of Stewart in the Eskay Creek-Sulphurets-Premier region of northwestern British Columbia (the “Golden Triangle”). The survey was conducted last summer by Quantec Geoscience and paid for by Seabridge Gold Inc., owners of the adjacent KSM gold-copper property. It follows part of the route of the proposed tunnel through the Treaty Creek property (the tunnel which Seabridge wishes to build to connect the KSM gold-copper deposits with its millsite situated over 20km to the northeast).
Two prominent areas of very low resistivity have been identified (see map, attached). One occurs at the southwestern end of the survey and is only partially delimited. Another 500m of untested ground lies further to the southwest, in the direction of the common boundary between Teuton’s property and that of Seabridge Gold Inc. Another 800m in the same direction is Seabridge Gold’s Iron Cap copper-gold deposit, which remains open to the northeast.
The second area of low resistivity (sub 200ohm-m) is in the center of the surveyed area and is quite deep, however the lows appear to extend to the surface. The authors of the Quantec report, Mssrs. Warren Gregory, B.Sc. and Riaz Mirza, M.Sc. stated: “The conductive zone extends upward to the surface and can be mapped between MT sites 214 and 216. The resistivity varies at shallow depth levels. It appears to be that this zone is structurally controlled and potentially an alteration zone with favourable mineralization.”
Teuton plans to ground truth the anomalous areas when next on the property. The Qualified Person for the purposes of this news release is D. Cremonese, P.Eng. Mr. Cremonese has not independently verified the Quantec Geoscience data.
Treaty Creek Litigation
Following is a brief update on the litigation between Teuton Resources Corp. and American Creek Resources with regard to the Treaty Creek property.
In July 2011 Teuton Resources Corp examined for discovery Darren Blaney of American Creek Resources Ltd. The examination lasted 3 days and is not yet complete. Teuton is waiting for production by AMK of additional documentation which Teuton believes will assist in the advancement of Teuton’s defence and counterclaim. As production of the additional documentation has been outstanding since Mr. Blaney’s examination, Teuton will be seeking a court order for production of the documentation. AMK has not yet arranged an examination of a representative of Teuton. The trial of this matter remains set for three weeks in December 2012.”
“Dino Cremonese, P.Eng.”
Teuton Resources Corp.
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