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Project Name Interest County State Description
Status
NEVADA PROPERTIES
Westgate 100% Churchill Nevada High Grade Vein/Bulk Target Available
Horse Mountain 100% Elko Nevada High Grade Vein Target Available
St. Elmo 100% Elko Nevada High Grade Vein Target Available
White Rock 100% Elko Nevada High Grade Vein/Bulk target Available
Clayton Ridge 100% Esmeralda Nevada High Grade Vein Target Available
Mustang Canyon 100% Esmeralda Nevada High Grade Vein Target Available
Disaster Peak 100% Humboldt Nevada High Grade Vein/Bulk target Available
Dyke Hot Springs 100% Humboldt Nevada High Grade Vein/Bulk target Available
Edna Mountain 100% Humboldt Nevada Conceptual Target Available
Golden Shears 100% Humboldt Nevada High Grade Vein Target Available
Kings River 100% Humboldt Nevada Conceptual Target Available
Charlie Creek 100% Lander Nevada Carlin-type gold system Available
Modoc 100% Lander Nevada Historic Resource Available
Shear Zone 100% Lander Nevada High Grade Vein Target Available
Confidence 100% Lincoln Nevada High Grade Vein Target Available
Aurora West 100% Mineral Nevada High Grade Vein/Bulk target Available
Olympic Gold Mine 100% Mineral Nevada High Grade Vein/Bulk target Available
Ramona 100% Mineral Nevada Conceptual Target Available
White Hill 100% Mineral Nevada Copper Gold Porphyry Available
Landmark 100% Nye Nevada Conceptual Target Available
Liberty Springs 100% Nye Nevada High Grade Vein Target Available
Lantern 100% Pershing Nevada Historic Resource Available
Mt. Tobin 100% Pershing Nevada Conceptual Target Available
Muttlebury 100% Pershing Nevada Conceptual Target Available
Sawtooth 100% Pershing Nevada High Grade Vein Target Available
Stallion 100% Pershing Nevada Conceptual Target Available

OTHER US PROPERTIES
Chloride 100% Mohave Arizona High Grade Vein Target Available
Manzanita 100% Yavapai Arizona High Grade Vein Target Available
Argus 100% Inyo California Historic Resource Available
Golden Ridge 100% Modoc California High Grade District Available
El Campo 100% San Bernardino California Adjacent to Mt. Pass Mine Available
Orogrande 100% Idaho Idaho Adjacent to Orogrande Friday Available
Butte Highlands 100% Silver Bow Montana High Grade Vein/Bulk target Available
Questa Blanca 100% Esmeralda New Mexico High Grade Vein target Available
BS 100% Sierra New Mexico High Grade Vein/Bulk target Available

Available Properties Booklet

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]

Clayton Ridge

Property Highlights (Au, Ag):

Location: Esmeralda Co., T4S, R40E, Railroad Springs Mining District

Elevation: 5,400’

At Clayton Ridge precious metal mineralization occurs in epithermal quartz veins and stockwork veining hosted by bleached argillized limonite stained, and moderate to strongly silicified Cambrian sediments, cut by Tertiary andesitic dikes. Northeast and northwest trending as well as low angle thrust fault controlled brecciated quartz veins converge at a north-south trending ridge with intense stockwork quartz + limonite veining and strong silicification.Here, a small resource of 8000 ounces Au was delineated by Billiton Minerals in 1990.A total of 17 rock chip samples were collected by the author and taken to Chemex Labs for fire assay Au, Ag plus 32 element analysis.

Historical mining activity consists of two shallow shafts, one short adit, and numerous prospect pits. The property is not part of any organized mining district and no production has come out of the area. In 1982 Felmont Oil drilled 22 rotary holes (CL-through CL-22) for an unspecified total footage. These holes were broadly spaced with only two of the holes drilled into the ridge with the small resource. In 1990 Billton Minerals USA, Inc. mapped, grid sampled, trench sampled, and drilled 19 reverse circulation holes (CR-1 through CR-19) in two phases for an unknown total footage. They delineated a small resource of about 8000 ounces Au on the northern end of a highly altered and stockwork veined ridge. Significant intercepts include:

10’ of .062 opt Au @ 20’ in hole CR-10

5’ of .03 opt Au @ 10’ @ 10’ and 10’ of .116 opt Au @ 35’ in hole CR-2

25’ of .02 opt Au @ 35’ (includes 10’ of .128 opt Au) in hole CR-16

The property is underlain by Cambrian calcareous siltstones, limestones, and quartzites cut by Tertiary rhyolite – andesite dikes emplaced along northeast and northwest faults. Alteration ranges from weak argillic to moderate – strong silicification, coupled with intense stockwork quartz and stockwork limonite + quartz veining. Northwest and northeast trending brecciated quartz veins and low angle thrust controlled jasperoids are evident on the property and converge at the northern end of a highly stockwork quartz + limonite veined and silicified ridge that is approximately 600’ x 2000’ in length.Highly anomalous and ore grade gold values coupled with anomalous Ag, As, Sb, Hg, and Cu are associated with this area. Reportedly, gold values in the jasperoid and stockworked siltstone ran up to .72 opt Au. A total of 17 rock chip samples (27785 – 27800 & 308764) were collected and taken to Chemex Labs for fire assay Au, Ag plus 32 element analysis.

Alteration, stockwork veining, quartz veining, and gold – silver mineralization on the Clayton Ridge property appears to be fairly widespread. The best-looking area on the property appears to be well tested by Billiton drilling (19 holes). However, a closer look with emphasis on detailed geologic mapping and additional sampling might further define additional potential on the Clayton Ridge property which contains areas of anomalous gold mineralization out there by itself, away from organized mining districts. The area appears to have significant potential.

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.

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]

Edna Mountain

Property Highlights (Au):

Location: Humboldt Co., T34N, R40E, Golconda Mining District

Elevation: 5,350’

The geology of the property consists of the Pennsylvanian-Permian Pumpernickel Formation (undivided metavolanic rocks, sandstone, limey sandstone and chert) which is intruded by a body of Tertiary granodiorite.

While the property has seen very little exploration work, there has been a significant amount of extraction of hydrothermally controlled ore deposits in the Edna Mountains area. The area is also referred to as the Golconda District, the namesake for which is the Golconda mine.The Golconda Mine produced tungsten from a north-northeast striking vein system of a hot springs origin. Historic production for the mine is $2.3 million from intermittent production from the late 1800’s to 1952.With two large deposits nearby and the lack of modern exploration efforts on the property, Edna Mountain has significant “blue sky” potential for a significant discovery.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Landmark

Property Highlights (Au, Ag):

Location: Nye Co., T11N, R39E, Union Mining District

Elevation: 7,000’

The landmark prospect is located on the west edge of the Shoshone Mountains of Nye County, a basin-range uplift covered by Mesozoic carbonates. The wet flank of this uplift hosts the Union Mining District, which is divided into two segments, the Ione-Berlin district near Ione to the north and the Grantsville district near Grantsville and Milton canyon (the area of the Landmark prospect) to the south.The Ione-Berlin area is noted for production of several thousand tonnes of silver and gold ores from veins and shear zones in volcanics and carbonates rock near small Tertiary intrusive stocks, with minor production of base metals from one mine. Further south, at Grantsville, a mine producing silver, lead and zinc from replacements in Triassic limestone was in intermittent operation beginning in 1863 until the mid-1940s. The aggregate production was 50,000 tonnes with grades of 5.0 oz/t silver and 0.8% lead and 2% zinc.

The north northwesterly-trending Shoshone thrust is the dominant structural feature of the Landmark prospect. The stratigraphy is disturbed in the vicinity of the thrust: the upper plate Luning Formation limestones are upside down and the lower plate shaley calcareous siltstones and silty limestones of the Sunrise/Gabbs are overturned. High-angle, post-thrust, normal faults displace both upper and lower plate rocks.Two sets of these faults have been identified. One set strikes northeast and offsets the Shoshone Thrust; the other strikes northeast also, but only offsets the Sunrise/Gabbs Formation.

Hydrothermal alteration and mineralization found at the Landmark prospect is extensive, and consists of the following subtypes; extensive jasperoid development in the upper plate Luning Formation, becoming pervasive along the Shoshone thrust; fluorite occurring as veins and pods in silicified Luning Formation, and disseminated in jasperoid bodies; stibnite occurring as blebs and remnant casts of stibnite laths, 3-6” long, in jasperoids along the Shoshone Thrust; traces of cinnabar and molybdenite at two jasperoid localities along the Shoshone Thrust; and anomalous gold (up to 0.034 oz/t) silver (up to 0.09 oz/t), arsenic (up to 1,000 ppm), and antimony (up to 10,000+ ppm) in rock and soil samples along the Shoshone thrust.

Although no current resource or reserve estimate has been defined on the project, the silty calcareous units within the Sunrise/Gabbs Formations appear to be a potential host for disseminated gold. The area is also structurally complex providing many conduits for auriferous fluids to penetrate the rock. Nevada Select is presently utilizing historic data as well as its own field work to develop new targets on the property.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Mustang Canyon

Property Highlights (Au, Ag):

Location: Esmeralda Co., T1N, R33E, Fish Lake Valley Mining District.

Elevation: 7,200’

Property Overview – Ely Gold’s Mustang Canyon Project (Au-Ag) is located along the northeast flank of the White Mountains in southwestern Esmeralda County, Nevada. The property comprises 27 unpatented “MC” lode claims (~558 acres), located on US Forest Service land by the Company in 2016; the claims have no underlying royalties. Geologically, the Project is an epithermal (low sulfidation/quartz-adularia) gold-silver-mercury system hosted by a rhyolite dome complex. Mustang Canyon is immediately adjacent to the F&L and Red Rose opalite (Hg) mines; significant gold-silver mineralization at neighboring Red Rock and Tip Top/Brownie mines is also closely associated with mercury deposits in opalized Tertiary rhyolite domes (Fig. 1). Surface sampling of mineralized chalcedony-calcite-adularia veins by US Steel and BHP in the 1980s as well as Phelps Dodge in the 1990s reported significant gold and silver values (as high as 6.60 ppm Au and 52.0 ppm silver) within a large area of silica breccia averaging 0.3 ppm Au. Shallow RC drilling in the 1980s by the same companies demonstrated that the gold-bearing silica breccia is extensive at depth and pervasively mineralized at those lower grade levels, but also contains higher grade vein intercepts. The higher grade veins at surface were not specifically targeted by any of the historic drilling, but where discrete veins were intersected, assaying reported up to 0.050 opt Au and 4.70 opt Ag over five feet. Ely’s priority target is a large, bonanza grade Au-Ag vein deposit.

Exploration History – Mustang Canyon was systematically explored for a low grade, bulk tonnage gold deposit in the 1980s by US Steel and BHP, including 15 shallow reverse circulation (RC) drill holes. This drilling roughly defined gold mineralization in the range of about 5-10 million tons with an average grade of approximately 0.01 ounces gold per ton (opt Au) in the Stallion Zone. Phelps Dodge (1995-1999) and Romarco Minerals (2000) subsequently reevaluated the prospect with aggressive outcrop sampling programs that verified the extensive distribution of significant gold and silver values, and associated epithermal pathfinder elements arsenic, antimony and mercury, over the entire property and especially within well defined zones near structures.Phelps Dodge attempted a deeper RC drill test of the Stallion Zone in 1996-97 but lost or abandoned all holes before target depths were reached due to difficult drilling conditions. Romarco intended to test those same targets with a core drill, but never carried out any drilling on the property. Ely located their claims in 2016.

Geology and Deposit Model – Mustang Canyon is a low sulfidation (quartz-adularia) precious metal-bearing epithermal system hosted by a rhyolite dome complex that intrudes a regionally extensive package of andesite flows and overlying rhyolitic, tuffaceous sediments. These systems are typical of the Walker Lane Structural Province in southwestern Nevada, which regionally hosts the Bodie, CA gold-silver deposit (>1.5 M oz Au; 7.0 M oz Ag in 1.0 MT of ore) and locally the historic Tip Top/Brownie mines and the Red Rock exploration project.

Mineralization at Mustang Canyon is hosted by a rhyolite dome exposed by erosion of tuffaceous sediments and tuffs that encompass it (Figures 2 and 3). Mercury was historically mined at the F&L and Red Rose mines on the eastern and western margins, respectively, of the dome in opalized tuffs/sediments with accompanying, extensive alunite-kaolinite alteration. These altered rocks contain elevated levels of arsenic, antimony and sulfur. Gold mineralization at the nearby Red Rock prospect and Tip Top/Brownie mines are also closely related to deposits of mercury that have been historically mined (Figure 1).Geological mapping by previous explorers identified several large areas or zones of brecciation and silicification containing discrete, structurally controlled veins of quartz (chalcedony), calcite and adularia, all of which are variably mineralized with gold, silver, mercury, antimony and arsenic. The individual veins are as much as 15-20 feet wide and are intermittently exposed within an impressive zone of silica breccia more than 300 feet wide and 800-1000 feet along strike in the Stallion Zone (Figure 3). Outcrop sampling by BHP, Phelps Dodge and Romarco generated assays as high as 4.22 to 6.60 ppm Au, 52.0 to 95.0 ppm Ag, 692 ppm Sb and >100 ppm Hg from veins and breccias in the Stallion Zone.

Drilling by US Steel and BHP in the Stallion Zone tested down to depths of no greater than 475 feet and holes were often lost in areas of poor or lost circulation. The upper parts of these drill holes consistently intersected gold values averaging .01 opt and in subsequent follow-up drilling by PD, intended to test the deeper extent of the system, intersected 100 feet @ 0.01 opt Au in the upper part of one hole (the hole was lost before reaching it’s target depth). Maximum values in drilling were 0.05 opt Au and 4.7 opt Ag. Figure 3 is a schematic cross section through the F&L mine and the Stallion Zone, showing previous drilling and a conceptual view of the larger mineralized dome and size and position of the higher grade veins from Romarco Minerals.

A second zone, the Filly, is located 1 mile southwest of the Stallion and contains calcite-rich, chalcedony-adularia vein clusters as much as 40-60 feet wide and 800-1000 feet along a west-northwest strike. Romarco obtained a surface sample here containing 1.30 ppm (0.042 opt) Au and 95.0 ppm (3.05 opt) Ag. BHP drilled one shallow drill hole here in 1989, confirming the continuity of surface values to a depth of 100 feet or so.

Some of the early drilling was also focused on the extensively altered sediments north of the F&L Mine (shown in Figure 3) and never intersected the mineralized dome exposed further to the north in the Stallion Zone.None of the high grade veins were specifically targeted by the early drilling and many were missed by the wider spaced patterns designed to test a large, bulk tonnage target.

Ely Gold believes the geology, geochemistry, mineralogy and style of the brecciation and veining at Mustang Canyon support an interpretive model of it being the exposed, upper level of a deeper, largely untested bonanza vein system.

Outlook – Ely Gold’s Mustang Canyon property contains at least three zones of extensive, structurally controlled epithermal alteration with accompanying gold and silver mineralization that also contain discrete veins with higher grades characteristic of bonanza vein ore bodies known elsewhere in the Walker Lane. The presence of higher grade gold mineralization in historic drilling on Ely’s claim block that approaches the tenor of grades expected in a bonanza system, is encouraging and worthy of additional follow-up drilling.

Status – The Mustang Canyon property is currently for sale or option. The NSR business model is focused on 100% ownership terms with a retained royalty not to exceed 3% net smelter royalty. For more information, including historical reports and photos, visit our website(www.elygoldinc.com) .

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Muttlebury

Property Highlights (Ag):

Location: Pershing Co., T26N, R32E, Muttlebury Mining District

Elevation: 5,200’

The property is immediately south of the Muttlebury Mine, which has historic production of rich silver-lead-antimony ore. One shipment record for the mine shows 14 tons of ore that yielded 331 ounces of silver, implying a grade of 23.6 oz/t.

The geology consists of complexly folded and faulted Jurassic and Triassic ae metasedimentary rocks of the Auld Lang Syne Group, which appears to be entirely siltstone and shale, weakly phyllitic and with weak fissility. Mineralization is hosted by an east-west striking and flat dipping bull-quartz and calcite vein that might occupy a thrust fault.The vein is approximately two to three feet wide and locally forms a network of smaller anastomosing veins that makes a zone that is one to four feet wide. There is also some gossan type development locally with masses of dark lattices or iron-oxide. Ore minerals include pyrite and possible enargite with malachite and lesser azurite.

There are three adits on the south slope of the mountain along the dip slope of the vein.At least one adit leads to multiple drifts. Although the workings seem to be in decent condition, the host rock, with its abundant fractures and fissile interbeds, should be considered unstable. The waste piles indicate minor production, on the order of ~1,000 tons.

No resource has yet been delineated on the Muttlebury property.No work appears to have been done since the last year of production in 1919 and there is no evidence of modern exploration.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Olympic Gold Mine

Property Highlights (Au, Ag):

Location: Mineral Co.,T9N,R37E, Bell Mining District

Elevation: 6,000’

Property Overview: Ely Gold’s Olympic Gold Mine project is located approximately 30 kilometers southeast of Gabbs in the Cedar Mountains, Mineral County, Nevada. The project consists of 44 unpatented lode claims (~910 acres) located on BLM land with no underlying royalties. The Olympic Mine project encompasses a large volcanic-hosted epithermal precious-metal (Au-Ag) system that includes both high-grade quartz-adularia veins and disseminated/stockwork-type mineralization. Historic (1917-1942) production from the shallow underground Olympic mine totals approximately 40,000 ounces gold, from 35,000 tonnes of ore averaging 24.9 g/t gold and 30.0 g/t silver.

The Olympic mine project is favorably located in the central part of the Walker Lane Mineral Trend of western Nevada.The property displays similar geologic characteristics of many other major volcanic-hosted gold deposits in the Walker Lane belt (Paradise Peak-1.45M ozs Au, Rawhide-3.0M ozs Au, Tonopah-1.8M ozs Au).

Geology:The Olympic gold mine project occupies a structurally-complex, caldera margin setting along the northeast side of the Simon collapse caldera.The oldest rocks in the mine area are limestones of the Triassic Luning Formation that are overlain by a thick sequence of Oligocene rhyolitic volcanic rocks.Oligocene volcanic rocks are overlain and intruded by younger mafic (basalt and andesite) flows, dikes, and plugs.Rhyolite to quartz-latite flows and tuff are the main host rocks at the Olympic mine.Multiple northwest-trending Walker Lane related strike-slip faults have deformed the Simon caldera and extended the volcanic fill in an east-west direction above numerous low-angle detachment faults.The rhyolitic tuffs and younger basaltic rocks have been tilted up to 60o to the east by west-dipping listric structures in between the detachment faults.

Portions of some mineralized veins (e.g. Olympic and Cosmos veins) have been structurally dislocated by the faulting and offset vein segments represent excellent targets for additional high-grade gold resources. The Olympic vein is a white chalcedonic quartz vein composed of crushed re-cemented quartz partially replaced by bladed calcite.Only minor sulfides are present in the vein but disseminated hydrothermal pyrite is common in pervasively silicified rhyolite wallrocks. The Olympic vein ranges from 0.6 to 2.1 meters thick (avg.1.2 m) and was mined from over 915 meters of underground workings. The vein was emplaced along a low-angle (45o) west-dipping fault and was cutoff/displaced on the south by normal faults. Disseminated mineralization associated with stringer veinlets, grading 1.41 gm/Au to 7.65 gm/Au, has been identified up to 4.5 meters in the footwall and hangingwall of the vein.

The low-angle detachment fault that separates pre-Tertiary basement rocks and rhyolitic vein host rocks (Detachment Shatter Zone) represents a second bulk-mineable gold target across the entire Olympic mine project area.

Exploration Potential: Previous surface exploration in the project area has identified five main gold-silver vein and stockwork-type targets (OMCO mine, Trafalgar Hill, DH-2 and 3, Rhyolite Dome, OMCO South) that have only been partially tested by drilling. The immediate vicinity of the Olympic mine shaft has not been adequately tested by drilling. Excellent potential exists to intersect offset, high-grade vein segments and other feeder structures near the mine shaft.Based on underground sampling of vein wallrock in the old mine workings to the 200-foot (61 m) level, potential for disseminated stockwork-type gold mineralization may be present. West-southwest of the Olympic shaft, drilling encountered a deeper +4 meter thick quartz vein in the footwall of the Contact fault. This vein has not been tested by further drilling. The Trafalgar Hill target is 1-2 kilometers west of the Olympic shaft and consists of a north-striking, east-dipping vein/vein segment and mineralized breccia zones along high-angle faults.

The Rhyolite Flow Dome target is 3 kilometers southeast of the Olympic mine and has not been tested by drilling.Hydrothermal alteration in the rhyolite dome includes intense argillic (clay) and sericite development with anomalous gold geochemistry (up to 0.95 gm/Au) in surface samples. Mineralized fault/vein structures cut and bound the dome. The conceptual target is a massive breccia or stockwork deposit at depth along the margins of the altered flow dome.

Outlook: The Olympic Mine project exhibits similar hydrothermal alteration, host rocks, styles of mineralization and structural setting of major volcanic-hosted gold deposits in the region (Paradise Peak, Rawhide, and Tonopah). The project has only seen limited exploration drilling (total 66 drill holes) over a large area, and several quality gold targets remain untested.

Status: The Olympic Mine project is currently for sale or option. The Ely Gold business model offers 100% ownership terms with retained royalties not to exceed 3% net smelter returns.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Orogrande

Property Highlights (Au, Ag):

Location: Idaho Co., T27N, R8E, Orogrande Mining District.

Elevation: 5,400’

Geology/Description: The Orogrande Gold Project is hosted within or at the edge of the Orogrande Shear Zone, a 40 km long north-south regional shear zone roughly at the contact between the Cretaceous Idaho Batholith and metamorphosed Proterozoic Belt-Purcell sedimentary rocks. The shear zone, or at least discrete faults associated with the shear zone, are reported to range from 100 to 200 m in width. The Orogrande Gold Project falls just on the edge of a southern portion of the shear zone. Gold mineralization in the district can be classified into two types with native (high grade) gold associated with quartz vein lodes and lenses within granodiorite, dacite or at contacts between granodiorite and metasedimentary schist and/or gneiss. The second type of gold mineralization is associated with zones of disseminated pyrite in silicified shear zones and breccias sometimes with a network or stockwork of thin veins and veinlets. This style of gold mineralization is well exhibited by Endomines operating Friday-Petsite gold mine immediately adjacent to Ely Gold Royalties Orogrande Gold Project.

Gold was first discovered in Idaho County in the Elk City - Orogrande District in 1861. There have been numerous small “rich” placers and a number of small historic hard rock mining operations in the Elk City - Orogrande District with the bulk of the total placer gold being produced between 1861 and 1872. Total placer gold production for the district is estimated at somewhere between 550,000 and 800,000 ounces. Historic lode gold production did not commence in any significant fashion until about 1902. Total historic lode gold production for the district is estimated at about 100,000 ounces of gold. A couple of small historic lode gold producers including the Homestake, Penman, Badger Shaft, Badger Summit, Gold Master, Gold Bug and Eutopia exist within the south Orogrande Shear and are adjacent to or within the boundaries of Ely Gold Royalties Property. Recent exploration conducted by Velocity personnel on the Property consists of soil sampling and geological mapping. No modern drilling has been completed at the Project area.

ADJACENT PROPERTY

In prior exploration, Premium/Endomines identified the adjacent Friday - Petsite Gold Zone, which has a NI 43-101 compliant pit constrained indicated mineral resource of 647,000 oz of gold and an inferred mineral resource of 590,000 oz of gold (Simpson, 2013). Ely Gold Royalties has not verified or validated this resource nor have they visited the Friday – Petsite Project. The following information on the adjacent Friday – Petsite deposit is provided simply to illustrate the potential for mineralization that could exist on Ely Gold Royalties Property. Table 1 shows significant drill intercepts that occur within close proximity to portions of the Orogrande Project area (Simpson, 2013). The gold in soils anomaly associated with the Friday – Petsite Gold Zone and provided by Simpson (2013) appears to continue onto the Orogrande Project area based upon recent sampling by Velocity. Mineralization in the Friday - Petsite Gold Zone ranges from wide low grade intervals to more narrow high grade intervals. Precious metals are associated with quartz veining and sulphides along with strongly altered shear zones.

Table 1: Significant Drill Intercepts at the Friday Gold Zone





Hole ID

Depth (m)

Intercept (m)

Au (g/t)

PFR2009_1

57.0-73.50

16.50

5.47

PFR2009_10

201.80-353.80

152.00

3.28

PFR2010_2

14.60-289.60

275.00

1.84

PFR2010_2

213.40-228.30

14.90

22.18

PFR2010_3

221.00-378.90

157.90

2.23

PER2010_21

29.90-64.30

34.40

7.00





Based upon the favorable geological setting of the Orogrande Gold-Silver Project and the results of exploration work completed to date, which includes the mapping of significant areas of hydrothermal alteration and the identification of gold mineralization on surface and in historic lode mines, the Project is considered by Ely Gold Royalties to represent an opportunity to discover a significant Gold-Silver deposit.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Sawtooth

Property Highlights (Au, Ag):

Location: Pershing Co., T34N, R31E, Sawtooth Mining District

Elevation: 5,400’

The geology at Sawtooth consists of the Jurassic-Triassic Auld Land Syne Group of slate, phyllite, hornfels, and quartzite. Mineralization is known to occur along fissure and breccia zones with attendant kaolinite wall rock alteration. We are currently developing an exploration plan that will include surface sampling to understand the controls on the gold mineralization and then mapping the favorable occurrences to determine extent of the mineral occurrences. Geophysical surveys may also be a good tool to indicate the location of a structurally controlled deposit with significant tonnage. This early stage field work will help us to design better drill targets. We believe that this area has been underexplored and that there is a real potential for discovery.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Aurora

Property Highlights (Au, Ag):

Location: Mineral Co., T5N, R28E, Aurora Mining District

Elevation: 7,300’

Aurora, a historic bonanza gold district in Nevada offers several attractive opportunities for modern-day bonanza gold discoveries. Aurora began as a high-grade, underground district that in the middle 1800’s and early 1900’s produced over a million ounces of gold. By contrast, the modern, low-grade open pit operations peripheral to the earlier mined outcropping bonanzas, have produced only about 500,000 ounces of gold. In all its history, the district has produced entirely from outcropping ore bodies, and the district has seen no exploration for non-outcropping orebodies. Applying modern epithermal-vein concepts to the available data, Ely Gold has recently identified several promising bonanza exploration targets.

The Aurora project in the historic Aurora district where historic production was about 1.8 million ounces of gold in bonanza grade veins. The district is located in the prolific Walker Lane structural/mineral belt. The mineralization is in low sulfidation epithermal, quartz-adularia veins hosted by east-northeast, north-south, and east-west trending structures in Tertiary andesite, latite and rhyolite. The productive interval in the district appears to be dipping to the north.

The project covers mainly the northwest portion of the district where east-northeast and north-south structures are silicified and opalized. The exposed rocks in this area are high in the hydrothermal system, therefore the entire productive interval has been preserved.

After taking into account the northerly dipping ore horizon, it becomes apparent that the main Aurora District most likely continues to the north in the form of blind orebodies. Adding to this attraction is the northerly projection of what history has proven to be a major, district-scale ore control, the NS fault system, and the northeasterly projection of a demonstrated gold-bearing structure, the Sawtooth vein. The projected intersection of these two structures beneath post mineral cover provides one concrete example of a buried high-grade target north of the main District. Additional work will doubtless identify additional, more subtle targets. In keeping with the rather subtle surface expressions typical of the higher levels of epithermal vein systems, premineral rhyolitic tuffs located in this area expose abundant chalcedonic to quartz veinlets moderately to weakly anomalous in gold. This target area requires some finalizing fieldwork to locate specific indications of underlying structures, followed by drilling. Intriguingly, virtually no drilling has been carried out in this area.

Important geologic features that attest to the Properties potential include:

  • Veins are accommodating NE-trending riedel faults between major NNW-trending faults related to Basin and Range and Walker Lane faulting.
  • Shallow relay veins link between steep NE-trending veins and faults, ore shoots exist at the intersection.
  • The epithermal system is shallower to the north as a result of a 15-20 degree northwest dip in the region.
  • Generative targets of hydrothermal breccia occur within the North Mill and Sawtooth areas through the upper section of steam heat white clay altered rhyolite, additional hydrothermal breccia identification is warranted and may lead to new vein discoveries.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Kings River

Property Highlights (Au, Ag):

Location: Humboldt Co., T46N, R34E, Disaster Mining District.

Elevation 4,500’

The property lies to the north of the Sleeper Mine, Nevada, within a belt of epithermal gold systems related to Miocene bi-modal volcanism. The Kings River property is located on the west range front of the Trout Creek Mountains approximately 65 miles north of Winnemucca, Humboldt County, Nevada.

The Kings River Project consists of an untested epithermal volcanic system, occurring along the west margin of the McDermitt caldera adjacent to the central splay of the Northern Nevada Rift. Tertiary volcanic rocks of a Miocene flow-dome complex crop out along a range front fault zone. Sub-volcanic rhyodacite intrudes breccia bodies formed in the pre-Tertiary basement rocks that are hydrothermally altered, quartz veined, and contain anomalous gold ad silver mineralization. Geophysics, geochemical sampling, and geological mapping has been used to target areas and structures concealed by shallow alluvial cover where bimodal volcanic rocks similar to those found at the Sleeper Mine exist.

Important geologic features that attest to the Properties potential include:

  • The property is located on the west margin of the McDermitt caldera and directly adjacent to the central splay of Northern Nevada Rift and just north of the truncated west splay (NNR).
  • Hydrothermal alteration and mineralization are associated with a high-level rhyodacite flow-dome complex associated with the felsic phase of bi-modal Mid-Miocene (~16 Ma) volcanism.
  • Where Tertiary structures or dikes intrude the Cretaceous granodiorite basement rocks, anomalous to ppm level gold (up to 2.64 ppm) and Ag (up to 140 ppm) surface samples have been obtained.
  • High-level replacement silicification, epithermal quartz veining/veinlets, and chalcedonic silica masses and fracture fillings are focused along northwest-and northerly-trending structures cutting both Mesozoic basement and Miocene volcanics.
  • Argillic and sericitic alteration are associated with silicification focused in northwest-and northerly-trending structures and are most intense around and near the rhyodacite domes.
  • Rock chip sampling indicates the main focus gold mineralization is proximal within the domes, along northwest-trending structural zones. Soil sampling results for Au, As, Sb, and Hg exhibit similar patterns and are strong within the large zones clay alteration with silicification.
  • A biogeochemical sampling survey is recommended for deeper pediment cover off the southwest range front to define metal content and structural controls at the water table depths in the pediment target area.
  • The Property has never been drill tested, despite its geologic similarities and proximity to the Sleeper Mine.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

Stallion

Property Highlights (Ag):

Location: Pershing Co., T25N, R32E, Wild Horse Mining District

Elevation: 5,050’

The geology of the property consists of the Triassic-Jurassic Auld Lang Syne Group of slate, phyllite, hornfels and quartzite intruded by a Cretaceous granodiorite. The sedimentary beds are complexly folded and deformed. Quartzite beds are buff colored, <10’ thick, and form distinct outcrops. The granodiorite is exposed mostly in the northern portion of the claim block and varies in composition to being locally dioritic. The rocks are displaced along northeast-striking faults. Silver-antimony mineralization is known to occur within quartz-calcite veins along the prominent northeast-striking faults. There are high grade intersections where smaller cross-faults intersect the main fault.

Although the area is known for silver deposits, there has not been any work done to assess the area for gold potential. Gold can be closely associated with silver in these environments, often in a zoned relationship, so there is a possibility that gold mineralization exists nearby.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

White Rock

Property Highlights (Au, Ag):

Location: Elko Co., T44N, R70E, Delano Mining District.

Elevation 6,700’

The White Rock prospect is in northeastern Nevada in the Goose Creek Mountains along the Nevada – Utah border. Montello is the closest community to the prospect that provides lodging and meals.

The White Rock prospect was originally located by AMAX GOLD in 1984. By 1989 exploration drilling had reportedly indicated the presence of a large low-grade gold reserve. Original calculations of geologic reserves for the property by AMAX were 162,000 oz of 0.018 opt Au. Drilling by Kennecott has not appreciably changed these figures.

The terrane in the White Rock Area is composed of a Permian-age bedded sequence of limestone, chert, siliceous siltstone, and cherty limestone. These beds dip gently southward and are capped in places by the remnants of a Miocene-age rhyolitic flow. The Permian rocks within the 2-square-mile area of interest are chiefly siliceous siltstone beds which are tentatively correlated with the Rex Chert member of the Phosphoria formation. These beds are variably crackled, altered, and mineralized; the most intense effects are found bordering NNE trending fault zones.

A ~N20E striking fault system forms the boundaries of a large graben ¾ of a mile across.Permian sedimentary rocks are exposed in topographic highs on either side of the graben. Within the graben both Tertiary volcanic and Permian sedimentary rocks are exposed. A north-south striking fault system within the larger graben defines a horst that exposes Pz sedimentary rocks in the center, bounded by Tertiary volcanic rocks on the east and west.

Mappable alteration effects in the Rex siliceous siltstone include bleaching, silicification, quartz veining, iron oxide staining, and brecciation. Introduced alteration minerals include pervasive jarosite, hematite, limonite, and goethite and localized scorodite, apatite, alunite, kaolinite, and variscite. The Miocene volcanic rocks are generally unaltered and not mineralized, but some puzzling exceptions are found off the claim block to the southwest.

Low-level gold, arsenic, and mercury anomalies generally coincide with the outcrop pattern of the Rex Chert, with values increasing in the vicinity of fault zones. This mineralization presumably extends out beneath post-mineralization cover to the east, south, and west of the drilled area.To the north, the faults and associated mineralization appear to die out in the limestone beds of the Grandeur formation.

In outcrop samples a peak gold content of 15 ppm is reported. Arsenic values greater than 500 ppm and mercury contents greater than 1.0 ppm are common. The best 5 ft drill intercept is reportedly 0.07 opt gold.

Fault orientations and gross geochemical patterns of Au, As, and Hg suggest that mineralizing fluids moved up dip in the Rex Chert along faults and shear zones from an undrilled, covered, source area in the southwest portion of the claim block. This area therefore rates as a prime target for future exploration.

Comparison of prospect geology with drill hole locations and Au, As, and Hg distributions also suggests that previous drilling efforts mostly tested vertically beneath the structurally controlled surface geochemical anomalies. In several cases this drilling did not prospect the anomalies in the down-dip direction, nor was there any serious effort made to test below the post mineral cover that separates some of the gold anomalies.

Examples of these types of untested drill targets are; A. the westward side of the shallowly west dipping gold anomalous fault zone that passes through hill 7220 and, B. the north trending covered area at the northwest corner of section 5 which is bordered by gold anomalies.These and other quality targets remain to be tested at White Rock. The western zone is essentially untested. The attraction here is the occurrence of strongly anomalous geochemical gold values situated on the borders of a north trending graben. The continuity and grade of mineralization across the graben and evidence of any possible mineralization controls are obscured by a thin capping of Tertiary volcanic rock.

AMAX’s final drilling effort (DHs 45 – 51) was directed, in part toward testing the margins of the western graben.Unfortunately, the results of the program were, at best inconclusive due to drilling problems brought on by an inexperienced driller.Only two of the seven holes drilled reached their objective and only one of these had reasonable sample recovery. For instance, in DH-48 there was no sample recovered over a 50-ft interval which intriguingly is bordered by 1000 ppb Au assays.Additionally, the bottom 40 ft of this hole averages 337 ppb Au. Similarly, DH-49, the only hole collard within the graben cut a 100-ft intercept grading 0.019 opt Au which includes 40 ft @ 0.04 opt Au. The hole bottomed in 151 ppb Au. AMAX nevertheless had become disenchanted with White Rock and despite the inconclusive results abandoned it leaving several promising targets untested.

The Kennecott program did not attempt to offset the holes drilled by AMAX having better gold-grade intercepts, instead it seems to have been more of a reconnaissance effort, drilling remote targets ranging 470 – 1400 ft from the nearest AMAX hole.The program had mixed results in that; 3 of the holes were abandoned short of their objective (W-4, 6, and 8), four holes had discouraging results (W-1, 2, 5 and 9), and two holes (W-3 and 7), had results that clearly deserve follow up.

Kennecott hole W-3 in the western graben is the best mineralized hole drilled on the property thus far. One of the better intercepts in this hole is 60 ft grading 0.03 opt Au which includes 10 ft @ 0.116 opt Au. The hole has an aggregate gold-mineralized footage of 250 ft @ 0.02 Au opt.

For more information or access to the data room contact:

Jerry Baughman, Nevada Select
[email protected]

Trey Wasser, President & CEO
[email protected]

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]

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]

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]