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Subject:  Canadian Micro Cap Duncastle Gold Corp. Date:  8/16/2009  12:57 PM
Author:  ResourceInvestor Number:  3279 of 3296

Duncastle Gold Corp. is a Canadian-based mineral exploration mining company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange (ticker symbol DUN) (Frankfurt: 5D3). Duncastle is advancing development of the historically successful Yankee-Dundee mine and the surrounding Ymir Camp in southeastern BC, encountering very good grades in the extensions of the old mines and methodically adding value to the prolific gold-silver vein system.

Duncastle also has their Porphyry Creek project, which has been shown by a BC government report to be in the highest percentile for possible IOCG deposit in British Columbia and it too will be a source of catalysts as developments occur.

Recent article: http://www.miningmarketwatch.net/dun.htm

With only ~30M shares outstanding and trading under CDN$0.25 DUN.V is poised for significant upside revaluation. Investors should keep in mind that progress is guided by Manex Resource Group which is aiming to emulate the performance encountered by shareholders in a slew of recent and past successful ventures (this is the same group that brought Western Silver from 60 cents per share to over $37.00 in ~4 years).
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