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2009 TECHNICAL REPORT


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1.0 SUMMARY PDF Size 107 Kb

2.0 INTRODUCTION PDF Size 63 Kb

3.0 RELIANCE ON OTHER EXPERTS PDF Size 59 Kb

4.0 PROPERTY DESCRIPTION & LOCATION PDF Size 254 Kb

5.0 ACCESSIBILITY, CLIMATE & PHySIOGRAPHY PDF Size 69 Kb

6.0 HISTORY PDF Size 72 Kb

7.0 GEOLOGICAL SETTING PDF Size 746 Kb

8.0 DEPOSIT TYPES PDF Size 89 Kb

9.0 MINERALIZATION PDF Size 98 Kb

10.0 EXPLORATION PDF Size 69 Kb

11.0 DRILLING PDF Size 191 Kb

12.0 SAMPLING METHOD & APPROACH PDF Size 57 Kb

13.0 SAMPLE PREPARATION, ANALYSES & SECURITY PDF Size 67 Kb

14.0 DATA VERIFICATION PDF Size 58 Kb

15.0 ADJACENT PROPERTIES PDF Size 56 Kb

16.0 MINERAL PROCESSING & METALLURGICAL TESTING PDF Size 66 Kb

17.0 MINERAL RESOURCE & MINERAL RESERVE ESTIMATES PDF Size 620 Kb

18.0 OTHER RELEVANT DATA & INFORMATION PDF Size 56 Kb

19.0 INTERPRETATION & CONCLUSIONS PDF Size 71 KB

20.0 RECOMMENDATIONS PDF Size 67 Kb

21.0 REFERENCES PDF Size 73 Kb

22.0 DATE & SIGNATURE PAGE PDF Size 265 Kb

TABLES

    1-1: Idaho-Maryland Project Mineral Resource Summary, March 1, 2007
    4-1: Summary Information From the Quit Claim Deed on Ten Parcels
    5-1: Grass Valley Climatology by Month (minimum period of 30 years)
    11-1: Idaho-Maryland Project 2003 and 2004 Drill Holes
    11-2: Significant Gold Mineralized Intersections, 2003 -- 2004 Drill Campaigns
    17-1: Idaho-Maryland Project Gold Mineral Resource Summary, March 1, 2007

FIGURES

    4-1: Project Location Map
    4-2: Mine Location Map
    5-1: Grass Valley Temperature Ranges (minimum period of record: 30 years)
    5-2: Grass Valley Precipitation by Month
    7-1: Regional Geology
    7-2: Regional Lithologic Units
    7-3: Property Structural Geology - Plan View
    7-4: Geologic Cross Section -- Section No. 20 E, Looking West, Sections C - C1
    7-5: Idaho Deformation Corridor
    8-1: Idaho-Maryland Mineralization Types
    9-1: Mineralized Black Slate Deposits -- Br 16 Vein Area
    11-1: Drill Hole Cross Section -- Looking S40E
    13-1: Sample Preparation and Assay Procedure Flowchart, Primary Laboratory
    17-1: Idaho-Maryland Project Gold Resource Locations, March 1, 2007

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2004 TECHNICAL REPORT


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1.0 SUMMARY PDF Size 398 Kb

2.0 INTRODUCTION & TERMS OF REFERENCE PDF Size 199 Kb

3.0 DISCLAIMER PDF Size 113 Kb

4.0 PROPERTY DESCRIPTION & LOCATION PDF Size 349 Kb

5.0 ACCESSIBILITY, CLIMATE & PHySIOGRAPHY PDF Size 113 Kb

6.0 HISTORY PDF Size 132 Kb

7.0 GEOLOGICAL SETTING PDF Size 611 Kb

8.0 DEPOSIT TYPES PDF Size 168 Kb

9.0 MINERALIZATION PDF Size 263 Kb

10.0 EXPLORATION PDF Size 146 Kb

11.0 DRILLING PDF Size 213 Kb

12.0 SAMPLING METHOD & APPROACH PDF Size 114 Kb

13.0 SAMPLE PREPARATION, ANALYSES & SECURITY PDF Size 160 Kb

14.0 DATA VERIFICATION PDF Size 112 Kb

15.0 ADJACENT PROPERTIES PDF Size 110 Kb

16.0 MINERAL PROCESSING & METALLURGICAL TESTING PDF Size 252 Kb

17.0 MINERAL RESOURCE & MINERAL RESERVE ESTIMATES PDF Size 834 Kb

18.0 OTHER RELEVANT DATA & INFORMATION PDF Size 111 Kb

19.0 REQUIREMENTS FOR TECHNICAL REPORTS ON PRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT PROPERTIES PDF Size 1.62 MB

20.0 CONCLUSIONS & RECOMMENDATIONS PDF Size 158 Kb

21.0 REFERENCES PDF Size 175 Kb

TABLES

    1-1: Summary of Ceramics Feedstock Resources, 5 November 2004
    1-2: Gold Resources, 20 September 2004
    1-3: Operating Costs by Year $/ton of Feed Processed
    1-4: Operating Costs by Year $/ft2 of Ceramic Product
    1-5: Scenario A NPV at Varying Discount Rates and IRR)
    1-6: Idaho-Maryland Estimated Capital, Annual Production Costs and Sales at Average Conditions
    4-1: Permits
    11-1: Idaho-Maryland Project 2003 and 2004 Drill Holes
    11-2: Significant Gold Mineralized Intersections, 2003 - 2004 Drill Campaigns
    16-1: Process Operating Basis
    17-1: Idaho-Maryland Project Gold Mineral Resource Summary, 20 September 2004
    17-2: Idaho-Maryland Project Ceramics Feedstock Mineral Resource Summary, 5 November 2004
    19-1: Relative Depths and Elevations of Underground Infrastructure
    19-2: Parameters Used for Mine Design
    19-3: Mobile Equipment Acquisition Schedule
    19-4: Estimated Range of Rock Quality Values Expected for Mining in Andesite using Barton's Rock Tunneling Designation
    19-5: Cost Summary, Gold Exploration, and Shaft Rehabilitation
    19-6: New Brunswick Shaft Rehabilitation and Gold Exploration
    19-7: Worldwide Ceramic Tile Consumption in 2001
    19-8: Ceramic Production
    19-9: Capital Cost Estimates (x 000)
    19-10: Underground Capital Costs for Ceramics Feedstock Mining
    19-11: Underground Mobile Equipment Acquisition Schedule for Ceramics Feedstock Mining
    19-12: Estimated Direct Capital Costs (x 000)
    19-13: Operating Costs by Year $/ton of Feed Processed
    19-14: Operating Costs by Year $/ft2 of Ceramic Product
    19-15: Underground Operating Costs for Ceramics Feedstock Mining
    19-16: Process Operating Costs ($/ton)
    19-17: G&A Operating Costs
    19-18: Variation in NPV with Discount Rate and IRR
    19-19: Underground Operating Labor Productivities and Manpower
    19-20: Process Labor
    19-21: G&A Manpower

FIGURES

    4-1: Project Location Map
    4-2: Mine Location Map
    7-1: Regional Geology
    7-2: Regional Lithologic Units
    7-3: Property Structural Geology - Plan View
    7-4: Geologic Cross Section - Plane of Section No. 20 E, Looking West, Sections C - C1
    7-5: Idaho Deformation Corridor
    8-1: Idaho-Maryland Mineralization Types
    9-1: Mineralized Black Slate Deposits - Br 16 Vein Area
    11-1: Drill Hole Cross Section - Looking S40E
    13-1: Sample Preparation and Assay Procedure Flowchart, Primary Laboratory
    17-1: Idaho-Maryland Project Gold Resource Summary, 5 November 2004
    19-1: Mine Access and Location of Room-and-Pillar Mining Looking Southwest
    19-2: Project Schedule Underground Development
    19-3: RQD Results from Seven Holes, 2,500 ft of Drilling (excludes all data from surface to 150 ft depth)
    19-4: Core Sample Typical of Andesite
    19-5: Stress Fields Modeled
    19-6: Pillar Stability
    19-7: Start of Decline
    19-8: Cross Section of Portal
    19-9: Dual Decline
    19-10: Room-and-Pillar Benching
    19-11: General View of Ceramics Feedstock Resource Room-and-Pillar Stoping Area
    19-12: Gold Resource Blocks Identified from Previous Mining*
    19-13: View of Brunswick and Idaho Mine Levels Looking North showing Decline and Gold Resource Blocks Identified from Previous Mining
    19-14: Schedule for New Brunswick Shaft and Gold Exploration
    19-15: Consumption of Ceramic Tile in the USA, 1980 to 2003
    19-16: Comparison of Per Capita Tile Consumption by Country in 2001
    19-17: Ceramic Tile Consumption in Top Ten States in USA (1998)
    19-18: Ceramic Tile Production by Major Producing Countries in 2001
    19-19: Chinese Ceramic Tile Production, 1999 to 2002
    19-20: Sensitivity of NPV
    19-21: Overall Project Schedule

APPENDICES

Certificate & Table of Contents PDF Size 825 Kb

FULL VERSION TECHNICAL REPORT  PDF Size 12.86 MB



2002 TECHNICAL REPORT


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1.0 SUMMARY PDF Size 383 Kb

2.0 INTRODUCTION & TERMS OF REFERENCE

3.0 DISCLAIMER PDF Size 607 Kb

4.0 PROPERTY DESCRIPTION & LOCATION PDF Size 723 Kb

5.0 ACCESSIBILITY, CLIMATE & PHISIOGRAPHY PDF Size 353 Kb

6.0 HISTORY PDF Size 327 Kb

7.0 GEOLOGICAL SETTING PDF Size 1.0 MB

8.0 DEPOSIT TYPES PDF Size 358 Kb

9.0 MINERALIZATION PDF Size 412 Kb

10.0 EXPLORATION PDF Size 334 Kb

11.0 DRILLING PDF Size 357 Kb

12.0 SAMPLING METHOD & APPROACH

13.0 SAMPLE PREPARATION, ANALYSES & SECURITY

14.0 DATA VERIFICATION

15.0 ADJACENT PROPERTIES PDF Size 1.17 MB

16.0 MINERAL PROCESSING & METALLURGICAL TESTING PDF Size 321 Kb

17.0 MINERAL RESOURCE & MINERAL RESERVE ESTIMATES PDF Size 1.2 MB

18.0 OTHER RELEVANT DATA & INFORMATION

19.0 REQUIREMENTS FOR TECHNICAL REPORTS ON PRODUCTION & DEVELOPMENT PDF Size 600 Kb

20.0 CONCLUSIONS & RECOMMENDATIONS PDF Size 339 Kb

21.0 REFERENCES PDF Size 326 Kb

TABLES

    1-1: Idaho-Maryland Project Mineral Resource Summary, October 25, 2002
    5-1: Grass Valley Climatology by Month (minimum period of 30 years)
    11-1: Intercepts of Unmined Mineralized
    17-1: Statistical Data from Idaho No.1, Idaho No.2, Dorsey Area & Brunswick Vein Systems
    17-2: Idaho-Maryland Project Mineral Resource Summary, October 25, 2002

FIGURES

    4-1: Project Location Map
    4-2: Mine Location
    4-3: Mineral Rights
    5-1: Grass Valley Map
    5-2: Grass Valley Temperature Ranges (minimum period of record: 30 years)
    5-3: Grass Valley Precipitation by Month
    7-1: Regional Geology
    7-2: Regional Lithologic Units
    7-3: Property Structural Geology - Plan View
    7-4a: Property Structural Geology - Sections
    7-5: Idaho Deformation Corridor
    8-1: Idaho-Maryland Mineralization Types
    9-1: Mineralized Black Slate Deposits - Vein BR16 Area
    17-1: Eureka, Idaho, Dorsey, Brunswick, & Waterman Gold Mineralization
    17-2: Histogram & Probability - Idaho No. 1 Vein
    17-3: Histogram & Probability - Idaho No. 2 Vein
    17-4: Histogram & Probability - Dorsey Veins (60 Winze Area)
    17-5: Histogram & Probability - Brunswick Vein Samples (1948)

APPENDICES

Certificate of Author PDF Size 427 Kb

FULL VERSION TECHNICAL REPORT  PDF Size 7.1 MB

 
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