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Sterling, Nevada


The Sterling Gold Project located near Beatty, Nevada, consists of four, high-grade, heap-leachable deposits with a total inferred gold resource of approximately 709,000 ounces, averaging 0.066 oz/t located on a 35,000-acre land package approximately 115 miles north of Las Vegas, Nevada.

The high-grade Sterling gold deposit is a fully-permitted, past producing mine with near-term, low-cost, low-capital production potential. The remaining deposits include Daisy, Secret Pass and SNA collectively known as the Crown Block, which contain significant exploration potential. The land package also includes multiple new, undrilled targets that remain untested.

Facts & Figures

Location: Beatty, Nevada
Type: Open Pit & Heap Leach Operation
Metals: Gold
Product: Electrolytic Cathodic Sludge
Ownership: 100%
Land position: 143km
Historic Inferred Resources1 709,000 oz Au
Employees: 12

[1] Based on a 1.0 g/t cut-off grade; see resource tables on for additional information. Click here for resource tables.