Top-tier mining team prepares for imminent launch of highly anticipated silver company
Key land position in the Fresnillo Belt, Zacatecas Mexico 7,826 hectares  (78.2 square kilometers)
The Fresnillo Silver Trend  has produced over 6.2 Billion ounces of silver – greater than 10% of world historical production

Historical inferred resource estimate of 19,472,901 ounces Ag Eq from 3,954,729 tonnes at 153.2 g/t Ag Eq (136 g/t Ag, 0.14 g/t Au, 0.012% Pb, 0.11% Zn)

Targeting high impact bonanza grade exploration drill program.

Following up on previously drilled bonanza grades such as 0.4 meters of 2,500 g/t Ag plus 3.7 g/t Au and 2.09 meters @ 1,309 g/t Ag.

Contiguous with Pan American Silver and surrounded by MAG Silver Corp, Penoles, Capstone Mining & Endeavor Silver. 25 km SE of the world renowned Fresnillo Mine (Penoles)

Tight share structure and compelling valuation

Zacatecas Silver – The Ride to Discovery

Panuco Deposit

Historical resource of 19.47 Moz Ag eq. at 100 g/t Ag eq. cut-off) from 3.95 Mt at 153 g/t Ag eq. Mineralization open along strike and at depth.

The Muleros Vein System

Three silver-gold-base metal mineralized veins over a  strike length of at least 3 km.

The El Cristo Vein System

Large number of silver-base metal mineralized veins associated with a sigmoidal dilational zone that is 3 km in strike length and up to 600 m wide. Represents the NW strike extension of the Veta Grande vein system with reported historical production of >200 Moz Ag.

San Manuel-San Gill

Relatively unexplored target numerous silver-base metal mineralized veins and a gold-anomalous 800 m long hematitic breccia that is up to 40 m wide.

History of the Zacatecas Mining District

Discovery of silver in the Zacatecas area occurred in 1546.  By 1548, the Spaniards had begun production from three mines; the Albarrada Mine on the Veta Grande vein system, and the San Bernabe Mine and Los Tajos Mine on the Mala Noche vein system.

By the late 1800’s silver from the Zacatecas Mining District accounted for 60% of the value of all Mexican exports making it one of Mexico’s wealthiest and largest districts of the era.

According to Ponce & Clark (1988), the Mexican Geological Survey estimated that approximately 23,236,499 kg (747,076,679 Troy oz) of silver was produced from the Zacatecas Mining District between 1548 and 1987.

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