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Gold Canyon

NSR holds a 100% interest in the Gold Canyon Project (Au, Ag), located in Eureka County, Nevada and is one of its key focus properties. Gold Canyon is located in the Gold Bar District in the southern Roberts Mountains, a prolific precious metals mining area in the southern portion of the Battle Mountain-Eureka trend consisting of a 200km long, N-NW trending structural zone. The district itself contains a calculated resource of 1.6 million ounces of gold. The Gold Canyon project consists of 26 unpatented lode claims covering approximately 460 acres. The claims are on BLM ground and include the original Gold Canyon pit as well as an ore stockpile west of the pit. The claims were staked in 2015 and therefore have no underlying royalties.

Green Springs

The 100% owned Green Springs property is located in the southwest corner of the historic White Pine mining district, 35 miles west of Ely, Nevada and 7 miles south of Mt. Hamilton. The property consists of 193 unpatented mineral claims covering an area of 3700 acres. Green Springs is a past operating heap leach gold mine which produced 1.1 million metric tons of ore averaging 2.1 g/t gold and is prospective for Carlin-style gold and silver mineralization. The property was originally staked in 1979 by U.S. Minerals Exploration Company ("USMX") who explored the property from 1980-1988. During this time they drilled ~600 RC drill holes outlining six deposits throughout the claim block. Mining commenced on three of these deposits in 1988 and operated until 1990. It is believed that during this time USMX extracted ~60,000 Oz of gold from three pits. Three additional deposits were left un-mined and remain open for delineation and future production.


Ely Gold’s Isabella Project (Au) is located in Mineral County, Nevada and is one of its key focus properties.Isabella comprises 153 unpatented IS and IW lode claims (~2700 acres) located on Bureau of Land Management (BLM) land in the Santa Fe Mining District of the Walker Lane Structural Province; the claims have no underlying royalties. The Walker Lane Province hosts a number of gold-silver deposits mined in modern times (FMC’s Paradise Peak mine 13 miles to the northeast, Echo Bay’s Borealis mine 35 miles to the southwest, and Homestake’s Santa Fe mine 2 miles to the east-southeast) as well as significant historical producers such as Tonopah and the Comstock Lode.The Project is immediately adjacent to, and likely an extension of, Gold Resource Corporation’s Isabella-Pearl mine development property, which contains hydrothermal alteration, structural ground preparation and gold mineralization similar to that exposed on Ely’s property.

Mina Gold

Ely’s Mina Gold property is located along the western margin of the Cedar Mountains in central Nevada’s Walker Lane Mineral Belt in eastern Mineral County, Nevada. The property covers an area of approximately 825 acres comprising 43 unpatented lode claims and five patented lode claims in the historic Bell Mining District. It is approximately seven miles northeast of Gold Resources’ Gold Mesa property and 15 miles east of the Isabella/Pearl Project. Gold mineralization at Mina is hosted by outcropping epithermal quartz veins within fault zones in Tertiary volcanic rocks, typical of many Walker Lane ore deposits.