Mining firm Scotgold Resources has won support from shareholders for its rights issue, it has announced.
The company said eligible shareholders had applied to take up 178% of the rights issue.
This means the firm has reached its target of raising £640,000 although it could have achieved a higher price.
Scotgold suffered a blow earlier this year when its plans for mining for gold near Tyndrum were turned down. It is now appealing the decision.
A statement to the stock exchange said: "The company is pleased with the level of shareholder support and thanks the shareholders who participated in the rights issue."