Silver

Silver Hammer Mining Corp

Silver Hammer Mining

CSE:HAMR

Focused on Growing a Portfolio of Silver Assets in the Western United States

Company Highlights

  • Silver Hammer Mining is focused on exploring and developing silver dominant assets with significant discovery potential and a path to production.
  • The flagship Silver Strand property leverages strategic positioning along the silver belt in the Coeur d’Alene mining district in Idaho, a region that has produced over 1.2 billion ounces of silver.
  • The first-ever modern exploration work is underway at the Eliza Silver project.
  • Silver Hammer Silverton Silver Mine located within a proven high-grade silver district with room to grow and ready targets.
  • The Company has a tight share structure with an advantageous market capitalization in the silver-mining space.
  • The Company’s management team is an experienced group of executives with hundreds of years of combined expertise in exploration, mine development, and capital markets.
Disclaimer note: Mineralization hosted on adjacent and/or nearby properties is not necessarily indicative of mineralization hosted on the Company’s projects.
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Overview

Silver demand comes from a variety of different markets. Aside from jewelry, precious metal leverages exposure in electrical, thermal, and many industrial spaces. With such usage versatility, especially in an increasingly electrified world, investors can expect silver demand to grow substantially.

The prolific Coeur d’Alene Mining District in Idaho, USA, is a hotspot for silver mining. This region stands as one of the most productive mining districts in Idaho for silver and lead ore production. With over 1.2 billion ounces of silver production, and more to be discovered, mining in this region could mean exceptional economic upside for many silver companies.

Silver Hammer Mining (CSE:HAMR,OTC:HAMRF) is a company focused on adding value for shareholders by growing a portfolio of silver assets with significant discovery, scale, and near-term production potential, located in some of the most bountiful silver districts in North America.

Its growing asset portfolio includes the past-producing Silver Strand and Burnt Cabin mines located in the renowned Coeur d’Alene Mining District in Idaho and the past-producing Eliza Silver Project and Silverton Silver Mine, each located in Nevada.

The Company’s flagship Silver Strand Project comprises 70 claims over a 5.5 kilometre strike length atop a silver belt in the Coeur d’Alene mining district in Idaho. The district has produced over 1.2 billion ounces of silver and hosts some of the world’s largest silver mines. Silver Strand remains relatively underexplored and offers Silver Hammer Mining and its shareholders significant potential for silver discovery both at depth and laterally along strike.

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Overview

Silver demand comes from a variety of different markets. Aside from jewelry, precious metal leverages exposure in electrical, thermal, and many industrial spaces. With such usage versatility, especially in an increasingly electrified world, investors can expect silver demand to grow substantially.

The prolific Coeur d’Alene Mining District in Idaho, USA, is a hotspot for silver mining. This region stands as one of the most productive mining districts in Idaho for silver and lead ore production. With over 1.2 billion ounces of silver production, and more to be discovered, mining in this region could mean exceptional economic upside for many silver companies.

Silver Hammer Mining (CSE:HAMR,OTC:HAMRF) is a company focused on adding value for shareholders by growing a portfolio of silver assets with significant discovery, scale, and near-term production potential, located in some of the most bountiful silver districts in North America.

Its growing asset portfolio includes the past-producing Silver Strand and Burnt Cabin mines located in the renowned Coeur d’Alene Mining District in Idaho and the past-producing Eliza Silver Project and Silverton Silver Mine, each located in Nevada.

The Company’s flagship Silver Strand Project comprises 70 claims over a 5.5 kilometre strike length atop a silver belt in the Coeur d’Alene mining district in Idaho. The district has produced over 1.2 billion ounces of silver and hosts some of the world’s largest silver mines. Silver Strand remains relatively underexplored and offers Silver Hammer Mining and its shareholders significant potential for silver discovery both at depth and laterally along strike.

Silver Strand Mine

The Company commenced Phase I of an inaugural up to 2,700-metre drill program at Silver Strand in late 2021 which successfully confirmed the thesis that mineralization extends beneath the existing mine workings. A now fully-funded Phase II drill program to test up to 220 metres depth, and a further 165 metres down-dip from Phase I drilling, is expected to commence mid-2022.

Silver Hammer also continues to assess shallow targets of the Company’s 5.5 kilometre strike, where significant gold and silver surface samples were obtained during successful 2021 fieldwork.

Silver Hammer’s Eliza Silver Project is located adjacent to the storied Hamilton Silver District in Nevada. The Silver Hammer team plans to deploy a new geologic model to explore the down-thrown side of the Eberhardt Fault, which separates the Hamilton District from the Eliza Property.

In May 2022, the Company announced assay results from early-phase exploration at its Eliza Project of up to 1,290 g/t silver and 7.7 percent copper.

The Silverton Silver Mine is located in East Nevada’s “Silver Alley”, a jurisdiction containing numerous large deposits, including the 174 Moz Tonopah silver project and the Tybo project, which produced 100 Moz silver equivalent. The Silverton Silver mine is a producer of reported grades ranging up to 30 oz/t silver in the 1930’s. Silverton has untapped exploration potential with a sizable, untested extent of mineralization around the mine reported in the 1980s.

Silver Hammer Mining has an experienced team with combined hundreds of years of experience in exploration, mine development, and capital markets. With this results-driven team the Company is well-positioned to build value for shareholders as it advances each of its high-potential assets.

Company Highlights

  • Silver Hammer Mining is focused on exploring and developing silver dominant assets with significant discovery potential and a path to production.
  • The flagship Silver Strand property leverages strategic positioning along the silver belt in the Coeur d’Alene mining district in Idaho, a region that has produced over 1.2 billion ounces of silver.
  • The first-ever modern exploration work is underway at the Eliza Silver project.
  • Silver Hammer Silverton Silver Mine located within a proven high-grade silver district with room to grow and ready targets.
  • The Company has a tight share structure with an advantageous market capitalization in the silver-mining space.
  • The Company’s management team is an experienced group of executives with hundreds of years of combined expertise in exploration, mine development, and capital markets.
Disclaimer note: Mineralization hosted on adjacent and/or nearby properties is not necessarily indicative of mineralization hosted on the Company’s projects.

Management Team

Morgan Lekstrom – President & CEO

Morgan Lekstrom has 14 years of mining experience in progressively senior roles within project operations and engineering management. He has a strong leadership background, with experience overseeing over 100 person teams onsite. In a recent role, Lekstrom served as engineering manager responsible for the budgeting, scheduling, and the first phases of execution at Sabina Gold and Silver’s Back River Marine Laydown project. Previously, he spent two years in Ghana, West Africa where he played an integral role in the development and revival of Golden Star Resources’ Prestea underground mine. He led project, engineering, and maintenance teams, working with members of the executive team on the implementation of various strategic initiatives. Lekstrom is a graduate of Thompson Rivers University with an established track record of delivering success across numerous projects worldwide.

Alnesh Mohan - CFO and Director

Alnesh Mohan is a finance executive with over 20 years of experience providing advisory services to a wide array of clients. He has been a partner at Quantum Advisory Partners, a professional services firm focused on providing CFO and full-cycle accounting services to private and public companies, since 2005. Acting on behalf of several public companies, Mohan has acquired considerable experience in financial reporting, corporate governance. and regulatory compliance. Mohan holds a Bachelor of Business Administration degree from Simon Fraser University, a Master of Science in taxation from Golden Gate University, and is a chartered professional accountant.

Phil Mulholland - Chief Geologist

Phil Mulholland brings over 35 years of geological experience from mining projects in the Western United States, Canada, Argentina, Chile, Guyana, and Tanzania. He has worked extensively in Montana and Idaho, facilitating a range of precious metals projects. His diverse background includes exploration, development, and production of both underground and open-pit projects, with an array of minerals and mines. Mulholland has held senior-level positions in the region, including principal mine geologist or chief geologist, at Kinross’ Kettle River Buckhorn gold project, the Butte Highlands joint venture, and Barrick’s Golden Sunlight mine. Since 2003, his primary focus has been transitioning late-stage exploration projects through development and into production.

Lawrence Roulston - Director

Lawrence Roulston is a mining professional with over 35 years of diverse hands-on experience. He recently founded WestBay Capital Advisors, providing business advisory and capital markets expertise to the junior and mid-tier sectors of the mining industry. From 2014 to 2016, he was president of Quintana Resources Capital, which provided resource advisory services for US private investors, focused primarily on streaming transactions. Before Quintana, he was a mining analyst and consultant and the editor of “Resource Opportunities”, an independent investment publication focused on the mining industry. Previously, Roulston was an analyst or executive with various companies in the resources industry, both majors and juniors.

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