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January 24, 2019

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Bell Copper Corporation -  TSX.V Symbol: BCU

Bell Copper President and CEO, Tim Marsh Talks Perseverance Project at AME Roundup 2019

VANCOUVER, B.C. - Bell Copper Corporation (“Bell Copper” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: BCU) reports that Bell Copper President & CEO, Dr. Timothy Marsh will be attending AME Roundup 2019 being held at the Vancouver Convention Centre East on January 28-31, 2019.

Dr. Marsh is attending the conference in conjunction with exhibitor High Power Exploration (HPX) booth # 306. He will be answering questions regarding the Perseverance Porphyry Copper Project, located in northwestern Arizona, USA, including recent initial observations of mineralization and geological structures encountered by drill hole K-20 that suggest close proximity to a potential Laramide copper porphyry deposit. Drill core from K-20 will be on display.

The Perseverance Project is under a Joint Venture with Cordoba Minerals Corp. (TSX-V:CDB; OTCQX:CDBMF). Cordoba Minerals Corp. is a Toront...

January 21, 2019

News Release

Bell Copper Corporation -  TSX.V Symbol: BCU

K-20 Drilling at Perseverance Supports Proximity to Copper Porphyry Deposit

VANCOUVER, B.C. - Bell Copper Corporation (“Bell Copper” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: BCU) is pleased to provide an update from the Perseverance porphyry copper project, located in northwestern Arizona, USA. The Perseverance project is under a Joint Venture with Cordoba Minerals Corp. (TSX-V:CDB; OTCQX:CDBMF).

Highlights

  • Drill hole K-20, a 2.1 km step-out from prior deep drilling at Perseverance, encountered the best mineralization to date indicating proximity to the targeted 2 km by 3 km Laramide porphyry buried beneath 200m to 400m of basin fill.

  • More than 700 meters of anomalous copper minerals were intercepted, comprising Chalcopyrite, Bornite, and Chalcocite, suggesting the porphyry target is proximal.

  • Quartz veins encountered in the lower part of K-20 are aligned 20 to 45 degrees to core axis.  Approaches to properly orient these “guide vei...

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