Silver Strand

Coeur d’Alene Mining District, Idaho, USA


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Project Overview

The past-producing Silver Strand Mine is comprised of 70 claims over a 5.5 kilometres strike length atop the Revett formation, a silver belt within the renowned Coeur d’Alene mining district in Idaho, a district that has produced over 1.2 billion ounces of silver and is host to some of the world’s largest silver mines, many of which were mined to depths exceeding 1800 metres. While mineralization hosted on adjacent and nearby properties is not necessarily indicative of mineralization hosted on the Company’s property, the Silver Strand mine was previously mined to a depth of just 90 metres suggesting potential for mineralization at greater depths. This is the first time this land package has ever been consolidated and Silver Hammer Mining is aggressively working to advance production.

Exploration Plan

Exploration work is underway, including surveying, sampling and 3D modeling and an initial 14 hole, 2,700 metre program is planned for summer 2021 to test immediately below historical resource blocks up to 150 meters below the surface, followed by a target deeper and along strike to the west.Mapping, rock chip sampling and ground geophysics are also planned along strike between the Silver Strand and Burnt Cabin mine sites.

Silver Strand

The Silver Valley in Idaho has over a century-long history of successful silver mining. The historical mines that make up the Silver Hammer Mining Strike have never been fully explored. In 2021, the rising need and price for Silver have made this area, once again, a prime candidate for silver extraction.

With Growth Comes Value

The Silver Strand project has enormous growth potential. Take advantage of this opportunity by investing today.

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