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Available Properties

Overview

Project Name Interest County Metals Comments
NEVADA PROPERTIES
Castle West 100% Esmeralda Au, Ag, Hg Adjacent to Renaissance
Charlie Creek 100% Lander Au, Ag Carlin-type gold system
Dyke Hot Spring 100% Humbolt
Au, Ag, Sb, Hg Vein and Breccia Target
Edna Mountain 100% Humbolt Au, Ag
Conceptual Target
Gold Note 100% Pershing Au, Ag Disseminated Target
Gold Shears 100% Humboldt Au, Ag High Grade Vein Target
Kings River 100% Humboldt Au, Ag Conceptual Target
Lantern 100% Pershing Au, Ag Historic Resource
Liberty Springs 100% Nye Au, Ag High Grade Vein Target
Mt. Tobin 100% Pershing Au, Ag Conceptual Target
Mt. Wilson 100% Elko Au Historic Drill Database
Mustang Canyon 100% Esmeralda Au, Ag High Grade Vein Target
Nevada Rand 100% Mineral Au, Ag High Grade Epithermal Veins
North Monitor/Kraut 100% Nye Au, Ag High Grade Vein/Bulk Target
Olinghouse NE 100%
Washoe Au, Ag
Adjacent to Olinghouse
Ramona 100% Mineral Au, Ag Adjacent to Borealis
Rossi North
100% Elko Au, Ag Carlin-type gold system
Silver Dyke 100% Mineral Au, Ag, W High Grade Vein Target
St. Elmo 100% Elko Au, Ag Historic High Grade Vein Target
Trinity 100% Churchill Au, Ag High Grade Vein Target
Westgate 100% Churchill Au, Ag High Grade Vein/Bulk Target
White Hill 100% Mineral Cu, Au, Ag Adjacent to Olinghouse
Yankee 100% Lander Au, Ag
Carlin-type gold system

OTHER US PROPERTIES
Argus 100% California Au, Ag Historic Resource
El Campo 100% California Rare Earths Adjacent to Mt. Pass Mine
Frost 100% Oregon Au, Ag
Near Grassy Mt.
Golden Ridge 100% California Au, Ag High Grade District
Orogrande 100% Idaho Au, Ag Adjacent to Orogrande Friday
Questa Blanca 100% New Mexico
Au, Ag
High Grade Vein target

Available Properties Booklet

Castle West

Property Highlights (Au,Ag,Hg):

Location: Esmeralda Co., T3N, R38-39E, Gilbert Mining District
Elevation: 6,600’.

Geology/Description:Castle West is located in the south-central Monte Cristo Range and the south end of the historic Gilbert District. The general area has been explored by numerous mining companies over the last 40 years in search of gold bearing sheeted vein mineralization similar to the world class Round Mountain mine.

The property includes three significant areas of gold mineralization within a very large area of altered Tertiary ash flow tuffs, identified by Kinross Gold in 2009-10 through geologic mapping and surface sampling (Castle, West Castle and Golden Rod).The areas were specifically defined as coherent clusters of rock samples containing greater than one gram per ton gold and strongly anomalous arsenic, antimony, mercury, thallium and tellurium. Castle and West Castle are within large (+4000 feet in diameter) cells of advanced argillic alteration with high angle auriferous chalcedony-calcite veins, stockworks and breccia ribs, characteristic of high level low sulfidation-style hydrothermal systems.The Golden Rod area is a more linear, northwest trending structural zone 800 feet wide and 4000 feet long.

Multi-ounce gold ore was produced from small underground mines in what is now called the Castle Zone during the early days of the District in the early 1920s. Limited production by small miners continued in the 1980s. Modern exploration by companies such as Felmont Oil, Alpha Gold, Santa Fe and Platte River Gold included drilling but always on specific targets within the larger area. Much of this information is anecdotal and specific drill results are no longer available. Felmont concentrated on the Castle Zone with 65 vertical percussion holes but data only exists from about 10 holes that were drilled on privately held claims containing the small producing mine.US Borax and FMC drilled six to ten holes in the Golden Rod zone between 1988 and 1991, but no information is currently available.West Castle has never been tested.

The Castle West property is an excellent volcanic-hosted gold target with high grade vein and bulk tonnage, open pit potential.The primary targets are high angle sheeted vein zones in altered rhyolitic ash flow tuffs.Previous exploration demonstrates that a significant amount of surface sampling is required to identify potential drill targets and that vertical drilling with poor results does not necessarily condemn or properly test a target. The Company has a large collection of useable surface data for the property.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Dyke Hot Spring

Property Highlights (Au,Ag,Sb,Hg):

Location: Humboldt Co., T42N, R30&31E, Dyke Mining District
Elevation: 4,200’.

Geology/Description:Nevada Select Royalty has recently acquired the Dyke Hot Spring property through staking of unpatented lode mining claims. It is located on the southeastern edge of the Pine Forest Range about 20 miles south of Denio, Nevada.The prospect encompasses gold and silver-bearing epithermal quartz veins and breccias in outcrops of altered units of the Permian Happy Creek Volcanic Sequence.Veining and breccias are associated with near vertical and low angle faults. Surface samples from outcropping vein exposures taken by Kernow Resources in the early 1990s assayed as high as 3.12 grams/tonne gold, with grab samples of gossanous vein material from old mine dumps reporting up to 0.9 ounces gold and silver per ton.Limited, sporadic drilling by exploration companies prior to Kernow demonstrated that mineralization can be followed in the outcrop areas but also continues eastward across a post-mineral range front fault under recent pediment gravels. Drilling records from those earlier explorers (summarized by Kernow) show strong mercury and silver values with moderate to strong goldin pyritic to hematitic silicification and vein quartz in andesites over widths of 20-50 feet within 200 feet of the surface.Gravity surveys associated with this drilling suggest that much of the pediment is shallow and additional geophysical surveys, especially Induced Polarization (IP) - Resistivity, should be helpful in guiding future exploration drilling. The Company believes that the Dyke property contains excellent potential for discovery of additional mineralization in outcrop and under pediment cover.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Nevada Rand

Property Highlights (Au,Ag):

Location: Mineral Co., T11N, R32E, Rand Mining District
Elevation: 5,600’.

Geology/Description: The project lies in the northeastern boundary of the Walker Lane Mineral Belt. The mineralized veins occur in Tertiary volcanic rocks similar to the Rawhide district located 12 miles north of Nevada Rand. Several NW trending epithermal veins are exposed on the property. The veins vary in width from two to fourteen feet.

The property shows good alteration over good widths and along the strike and deserves modern exploration. The average gold and silver content of six shipments from the property averaged 5.62opt gold and 188opt silver.

Gold Note

Property Highlights (Au,Ag):

Location: Pershing Co., T28N, R37 and 38E.Kennedy Mining District
Elevation: 6,200’.

Geology/Description: This property presents an intersecting network of quartz-pyrite veins striking N and NW, dipping S and SW in Tgd. Native gold, gn (argentiferous), sp, cp, asp, tetra, pyrr., has been found averaging 0.75 opt Au/12 opt Ag in the oxide zone mined to 125’ depth. The primary sulfide zone has been mined to 265’ depth averaging 0.52 opt Au/10 opt Ag.

The Gold Note mine is located in the western part of the Kennedy mining district. It consists of veins similar to the Kennedy mine plus reported disseminated gold zones in meta-volcanic rocks. The veins strike NW and are steeply-dipping. The disseminated zones may be strata bound (gently-dipping). Skarn minerals (woll-epi-cal-garnet) have been reported in the wallrocks. Samples of disseminated mineralization consistently assay above 1 ppm gold, and as high as 4 ppm gold. Samples from dump material (veins) assay are similar to those of the Kennedy district. The veins and disseminated zones strike northwesterly, and the potential strike length of the mineralization is 1.8 km long.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Nevada Rand

Property Highlights (Au,Ag):

Location: Mineral Co., T11N, R32E, Rand Mining District
Elevation: 5,600’.

Geology/Description: The project lies in the northeastern boundary of the Walker Lane Mineral Belt. The mineralized veins occur in Tertiary volcanic rocks similar to the Rawhide district located 12 miles north of Nevada Rand. Several NW trending epithermal veins are exposed on the property. The veins vary in width from two to fourteen feet.

The property shows good alteration over good widths and along the strike and deserves modern exploration. The average gold and silver content of six shipments from the property averaged 5.62opt gold and 188opt silver.

Lantern

Property Highlights (Au,Ag):

Location: Pershing Co., T33N, R30E, Scosa Mining District
Elevation: 5,200’

Geology/Description: Precious metal mineralization was identified on the property around 1930 with the first ore mined from quartz veins on the top of Silver Ridge in the early 1930’s.Modern exploration of the district effectively commenced in the 1980s with identification of silicified gold boulders located in the western portion of the current property.The property has been explored by several companies including Homestake Mining Co. (1986), Corona Gold (1987-92), and Santa Fe Gold Corp. (1993-96).

An estimated 180 reverse circulation and rotary chip holes have been drilled on the property since 1980 on over 6 prospect areas. The majority of drilling on those prospects was completed by Santa Fe Pacific Gold Corp. Santa Fe completed a resource estimate in 1992 for the SP ridge prospect based on 64 angle and vertical reverse circulation drill holes that covered an area of approximately 2,000 feet of strike in a north-south orientation. Santa Fe estimated a total of 12,670,000 tons averaging 0.012 oz/t (0.41 g/t) Au at a 0.008 (0.27 g/t) cut-off grade. In a separate, but overlapping silver resource shell 8,450,000 tons averaging 1.15 oz/t (39.4 g/t) Ag at a 0.292 oz/t (10 g/t) Ag cut-off (Chenevey, 1992). The two overlapping resource shells combined total just over 18M tons containing an estimated 145,900 ounces of gold and 9.73M ounces of silver*.

*The estimates presented above are treated as historic information and have not been verified or relied upon for economic evaluation by the Company. The Company has not done sufficient work yet to classify the historical estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves.

Several styles of mineralization are recognized at Lantern including epithermal style vein and stockwork prospects with quartz-adularia mineralization and disseminated mineralization in porous fanglomerates and calcareous sedimentary units.

The SP Ridge and Silver Ridge prospects are structurally complex zones with several feeder structures cutting through both Mesozoic sediments and Paleozoic Auld Lang Syne group rocks. Low grade mineralization exploits favourable lithologies at each prospect.

The Gold Boulders target is a 1,600 ft (488 m) linear zone of nearly continuous quartz rubble, and several large sub angular boulders up to 3 ft (1m) wide and 5 ft (1.5 m) long. Large boulders and fragments are primarily composed of banded quartz-adularia veining, that repeatedly return +1 oz/t Au (+ 34.3 g/t)rock chip assays with representative sampling averaging >0.25 oz/t (8.6 g/t) Au by several companies in past exploration programs. Drilling on the prospect is limited and non conclusive as to the source for the boulders. The gold boulders may represent a blind target of high grade quartz-adularia veining located proximal and to the west of the exposed geochemical signature.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Liberty Springs

Property Highlights (Au,Ag):

Location: Nye Co., T5N, R42E, San Antone Mining District
Elevation: 6,200’.

Geology/Description: Nevada Select Royalty has recently acquired the Liberty Springs property located south of the Hall mine and 8 miles north of Tonopah, Nevada. The Liberty Springs project encompasses over 2,000 acres of intensely altered and mineralized rocks including metasediments and Tertiary igneous rocks cut by a number of well developed epithermal veins.

The project area is characterized by complex geology with numerous high angle structures (NW,NE, EW) and abundant rhyolitic intrusives cutting basement metasediments and metavolcanics. The veins cutting the Liberty Springs project are classic high level epithermal quartz-carbonate veins measuring up to several tens of feet in width. These discrete veins often occupy vein zones of over 100 feet in width wherein the discrete veinsmake up well over 50% of thetotal zone volume. Stockworks of chalcedonic veining cutting silicified rhyolites occur locally. The veins, as exposed on the surface, exhibit classic high level textures including moss chalcedony, angel wing quartz after calcite, and banded chalcedony. Breccias with quartz cemented vein fragments are evident as well. The discrete veins and more significant vein zones occur primarily within a north-northwest trending zone measuring 2 miles along strike and about ½ mile in width. Individual structures can be traced for at least 1500 feet along strike. It is likely that detailed structural analysis and mapping would prove the continuity along strike for several thousand feet along the principal vein zones. All veins sampled to date are anomalous in gold.

Pegasus drilled 19 widespread shallow reverse circulation holes across the property. Total drill footage was only 5,147 feet as most holes were less than 300 feet deep. Only 5 holes returned no significant gold with 14 of the holes returning favorable values.

Selected drill data includes:
LBT 3 5’-60’ .018 opt including 25-30 @ .078 opt, TD 300’ -90
LBT 8 290-320 .022 opt and 405-420 .014 opt,TD 420’ @ -60
LBT 15 10-80’ .0145 opt,TD 240’ @-71

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Mt. Wilson

Property Highlights (Au):

Location: Elko Co., T43N, R51E, Lime Mountain (Deep Creek) Mining District
Elevation: 6,600’.

Geology/Description:The Mount Wilson property lies just southwest of Jerritt Canyon within the Lime Mountain mining district. The nearest town is Owyhee, 25 miles to the north. The nearby Lime Mountain Mine had a brief production life in the early 1900s, producing 8,000 ounces of gold, 24,000 ounces of silver and 552,000 pounds of copper from a skarn.Mineralization at Mount Wilson principally occurs in epithermal veins hosted by Tertiary range front faults in Cambrian limestone. Large erratics of vein material up to 15 feet in width occur at surface, giving evidence to intercepts from drilling by various companies in the past.

The property has historically seen about 50 drill holes from companies such as Teck and Freeport McMoRan. Results from drilling have been encouraging but spotty, including an intercept of 70 feet averaging 0.119 oz Au/ton and several intercepts ranging from 5-40 feet with grades between 0.02 and 0.10 oz Au/ton.To date, no resource has been calculated from the drilling.

There is a sizeable data base from exploration activities over a thirty year period and numerous companies.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Nevada Rand

Property Highlights (Au,Ag):

Location: Mineral Co., T11N, R32E, Rand Mining District
Elevation: 5,600’.

Geology/Description: The project lies in the northeastern boundary of the Walker Lane Mineral Belt. The mineralized veins occur in Tertiary volcanic rocks similar to the Rawhide district located 12 miles north of Nevada Rand. Several NW trending epithermal veins are exposed on the property. The veins vary in width from two to fourteen feet.

The property shows good alteration over good widths and along the strike and deserves modern exploration. The average gold and silver content of six shipments from the property averaged 5.62opt gold and 188opt silver.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Silver Dyke

Property Highlights (Au,Ag,W):

Location: Mineral Co., T5N, R34E, Silver Star Mining District
Elevation: 7,500’.

Geology/Description: The property was developed by an open cut locally known as the Hendrix cut.This cut is developed along the Silver Dyke vein system that has a 4.5 mile strike length and extends across the northern end of the Excelsior Range from range front to range front.

An intrusive (diorite) is exposed in the hanging wall of the Silver Dyke vein system. The vein system truncates the northern extensions of this intrusive diorite mass and lies close to the contact between the diorite and the volcanics. Gold values are reported along the vein system to 1 opt gold and 15 opt silver. Very little exploration has been completed on the project.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

St. Elmo

Property Highlights (Au,Ag):

Location: Elko Co., T44-45N, R36E, Island Mountain Mining District
Elevation: 7,800’.

Geology/Description:The St. Elmo Gold Project is located in northeastern Nevada, 20 miles south of the Idaho border and 69 miles north of the city of Elko. It covers about 75% of the historic Island Mountain mining district on the northern flank of the northeast-trending Midas Trough metallogenic trend, one of several important epithermal gold belts in Nevada. The St. Elmo mine was likely discovered in the late 1870s after the District was established in 1869 at Rosebud Mountain. Underground mining at that time and again in the 1940s resulted in only limited production of high grade pockets on the vein. Modern exploration in the late 1980s and 1990s included surface and underground sampling as well as limited surface drilling.

Gold mineralization at the St. Elmo mine is hosted in a north to northeast-trending structural zone, 6 to 30 feet wide, containing quartz veins and hydrothermal breccias. Free gold in the quartz veins is associated with sulfide minerals and in hydrothermal breccias cemented with hematite. The St. Elmo vein textures, wall-rock alteration features and suite of associated copper-sulfide minerals are suggestive of a high-sulfidation epithermal environment.Mapping by previous explorers indicates this system extends north and south well beyond the St. Elmo mine itself and is probably at least 4,000 feet long.

A 795 pound bulk sample collected underground in 1990 assayed 2.36 oz Au/ton and 1.15 oz Ag/ton.A core hole drilled in 1999 intercepted 63 feet of mineralized (0.072 oz Au/ton) vein structure at depths well below the existing workings, including intercepts of 8.5 feet assaying 0.167 oz Au/ton (with 1.5 feet assaying 0.498 oz Au/ton) and 6.25 feet averaging 0.460 oz Au/ton.The St. Elmo vein and the rest of the property remain essentially unexplored by modern methods.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Westgate

Property Highlights (Au,Ag):

Location: Churchill Co., T16-7N, R35E, Westgate Mining District
Elevation: 4,600’.

Geology/Description:Nevada Select Royalty has acquired the rights to approximately 2,400 acres of unpatented lode claims in the Westgate Mining District of Nevada, at the southern end of the Clan Alpine Range.The center of the property is transected by US Highway 50 about 45 miles east of Fallon and just west of its intersection with State Route 361 at Middle Gate Station. Two linear zones of acid-sulfate alteration with associated silicification and quartz veining transect the property. The northern claim group is defined by northwest-trending (310° and 340°) linear zones of gold-bearing silicification and quartz veining while the southern claim group is dominated by a nearly east-west trending ridge of the same. These zones range from 50 to 500 meters in width over strike lengths up to 1 kilometer.

The northern area was heavily prospected in 1905 when the district was established, but despite the digging of numerous pits and shallow shafts, no production was reported.Modern day sampling of pits, dumps and outcrops has produced gold assays ranging from trace to 0.15 oz per ton and silver up to eight ounces per ton. Only one drill pad has been seen in the north, near the most prominent historic shaft.

At the southern end of the property, the east-west ridge saw fairly intense exploration activity, including trenching and drilling, in the late 1970s and early 1980s by Dekalb Mining and Inland Mining.Results of this work are mostly anecdotal but approximately 20 holes were drilled during this time and gold mineralization encountered was said to have continuity between holes. There are no specific resource calculations or detailed assay reports for the holes. General mention was made of assays of 0.6 oz Au/ton and 20-30 oz Ag/ton from outcrop and drill samples of banded quartz vein.

The Westgate property represents a fairly large epithermal system that contains interesting levels of gold and silver in outcrop and shallow drilling from past exploration campaigns.It is easily accessible through most of the year. Nearby Middle Gate Station provides food, lodging and fuel opportunities as well as water for drilling.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

White Hill

Property Highlights (Cu,Au,Ag):

Location: Mineral Co., T9N, R33E, Fitting Mining District
Elevation: 6,500’.

Geology/Description: This project lies in the northeastern boundary of the Walker Lane Mineral Belt. It is located in a wedge of Triassic limestones (Luning Formation) which has been intruded by a quartz monzonite stock of Cretaceous age.

The skarn outcrops over a 400 x 1000 foot area. Drilling has indicated a resource of 4 million tons of 1.5% Cu indicated*. Nine 10 foot chip samples were taken along a portion of the skarn. These samples averaged 190 ppb Au, 5.6 ppm Ag, 3270 ppm Cu, 1.73% Zn and 630 ppm Mo.

*The estimate presented above is treated as historic information and has not been verified or relied upon for economic evaluation by the Company. The Company has not done sufficient work yet to classify the historical estimate as current mineral resources or mineral reserves.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]