The summer diamond drilling programme at the Raven target within the Nugget Zone returned several solid gold intersections, including 2.05 grams per tonne over 14.8m, 7.72g/t over 2.8m, 4.48g/t over 5.9m, 2.35g/t over 15.9m and 2.4g/t over 8.1m.
The programme also traced gold mineralisation over significant intervals such as 1.05g/t over 42.4m and 0.6g/t over 88.1m.
The company said every hole drilled at Raven intersected mineralisation and was interpreted to be structurally controlled. Exploration work over the past two seasons had proven the mineralised veins were both consistent and persistent across the Raven target, the company said.
"The exploration team delivered exciting results despite the fact the exploration programme was limited this year, as we focused on building the Eagle gold mine," said CEO John McConnell.
"Raven, Bluto, Olive-Popeye and Falcon all have potential to add ounces across the Dublin Gulch property while we begin to mine and generate cash flow from Eagle."
The exploration programme's aim was to follow up on the high-grade, on surface, gold mineralisation discovered late last year by surface trenches and limited diamond drilling. The 2019 programme made extensive use of surface trenches and drill testing at Raven on 50m step outs from the 2018 drill fence and surface trenches.
During this year's drilling campaign, the company also further evaluated the Nugget intrusive stock, which hosts the Raven target, as well as building new access into areas in the eastern Dublin Gulch claim block that were previously inaccessible.
Victoria said the density of intersected veins mirrored Eagle-style grade intervals over greater-than-100m intervals. Most of the Nugget gold stock remained untested, all of which represented top-priority Eagle-style mineralisation targets, the company said.
Victoria's Toronto-listed equity (TSXV:VIT) achieved a fresh 12-month high on Tuesday at C66c, before giving back 3c to close at 63c. Victoria has a market capitalisation of $519.31 million.