The brownfield Brandywine deposit has undergone several exploration phases including bulk tonnage shipments to smelters, extensive drilling, and extensive geochemical and geophysical studies. 

Bonanza Gold Grades in excess of 1 ounce gold per ton over 1.52 meters (5 feet) have been reported at Brandywine at the Dave’s Pond zone at depths of less than 30 meters.

Visible gold is present in assayed, and unassayed sections of the 3 hole 2010 drill program core at Dave’s Pond. The core has been recovered from secure storage and has been relogged, split, and reassayed. (see BHS2019-29)

VG in 2010 drill core
Bonanza gold grades at DP Zone, 20.2 g/t Au 26 meters NW of 36.9 g/t Au
2010 Drill Hole Loctions
1.186 Ounces Per Ton Gold At Less Than 30 Meters Depth
10,000 tons mined from Tedi Pit, 10,000 ounces gold recovered for 1 oz/ton

The Brandywine deposit falls within a class of high
gold-silver volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits that include the Eskay Creek
deposit of northern British Columbia; the Green’s Creek deposit on Admiralty
Island near Juneau, Alaska; the Bawdwin deposit in Myanmar; and the Rosebery
deposit of Tasmania.  This family of
deposits is particularly silver and lead rich with important gold, zinc, copper
and other metal values, as summarized below.

The Brandywine Project lies approximately 14 Km south of Whistler BC

The most definitive indications of the nature of the
mineralization on the property are two smelter shipments as follows:

  1. A 50 ton bulk sample in 1967 grading 83.1 g/t
    gold, 354 g/t silver, 9.9% lead, 7.4% zinc, 0.30% copper to East Helena ,
    Montana, smelter from the Silver Tunnel and Main Zone (Melling, 1994, Walus
    2011)
  2. A 500 ton sample grading 14.2% lead, 12.5%
    zinc, 339 g/t silver, and 2.57 g/t gold to the Cominco Smelter in Trail in 1977
    (Walus, 2011, Melling, 1994).

Several historical resources have been published previously,
including 112 000 tonnes reported to average 10 oz Ag/ton;.0.03
oz Au/ton; 0.19% lead and 0.34% zinc.

Brandywine Gold in Soil Anomaly (Placer Dome)
Brandywine Silver in Soil Anomaly (Placer Dome)

The soil anomaly images above were produced by Placer Dome

Additionally, the reports identify the presence of Pyrargyrite (Ruby Silver), as well as the rare silver specimen minerals, diasphorite, fizelyite, (rare silver-lead-antimony Sulfosalt) semseyeyite, miargyrite,(silver, antimony sulphide) and prostilpnite (Ag, Sb, S), all indicative of the presence of high grade silver, as well as the rare mineral hubernite on the property.

The Company advises that the information presented herein, including the accompanying MinFile Reports, is of a historic nature. Historic soil anomalies (above) drill hole data, production estimates and grades reported have not been verified. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to verify the historical estimates nor classify the historic estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves, and the Company is not treating the historical estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves.

While the various historical tonnage calculations have not been verified by a Qualified Person, the detailed drill data available from extensive work by several exploration groups is preserved, and will serve as a basis for confirmation drilling of the known sulphide mineralization target areas.

For reference, the four analogous deposits mentioned earlier
serve as an indication of  the nature of
mineralization that may be the target for exploration on the Brandywine
property.  The reader is cautioned that
there are no known reserves or resources on the subject property under National
Instrument 43-101, and if discovered through exploration, there can be no
assurance that any such deposit may be economically recoverable.

The four deposits referenced are:

  1. Eskay Creek, British Columbia, Canada.

Skeena Resources (Northern Miner April 1-14, 2019) announced
12.7 million tonnes indicated resource grading 4.5 g/t gold, 117 g/t silver ,
pit constrained, and 13.5 million tonnes inferred grading 2.2 g/t gold and
42g/t silver.  Indicated underground
resources are 819,000 tonnes grading 6.4 g/t gold, 139g/t silver, plus inferred
resource of 295,000 tonnes grading 7.1 g/t gold and  82 g/t silver.

Between 1994 and 2008 this mine produced 3.3 million oz gold
and 160 million oz silver from production grading 45 g/t gold and 2,224 g/t
silver.

  • Green’s Creek, Admiralty Island, Alaska, USA.

Proven and Probable Reserves 
9.270 million tons 11.5 oz/t silver , 0.09 oz/t gold, 2.8% lead, 7.6 %
zinc; Measured and Indicated Resource 7.46 million tons, 13 oz/t silver, 0.1
oz/t gold, 3.1% lead, 8.2% zinc; Inferred Resource 2.47 million tons, 14.6 oz/t
silver, 0.09 oz/t gold, 3.0% lead, 7.3% zinc. 
This deposit has been in production since 1989.  Source: Hecla Mining Company website, 2018.

  • Bawdwin Deposit, Myanmar.

Myanmar Metals Limited 
(current 2019 website) quote a global indicated and inferred mineral
resource estimate at 94.2 million tonnes grading 4.2% lead, 107 g/t silver,
2.1%zinc, and 0.2% copper.  A high-grade
core is estimated at 45 million tonnes at 7.6% lead, 176 g/t silver, 3.1% zinc
and 0.3% copper.  Mining has taken place
from this deposit for over 400 years, largely for silver recovery in early
years. 

  • Rosebery, Tasmania.

MMG Limited website , June 30, 2018, Measured +Indicated
+Inferred Reserves 18.1 million tonnes, at 0.24% copper, 7.9% zinc, 2.7% lead,
98 g/t silver, 1.3g/t gold.  The deposit
has been in continuous production since 1936.

Bayhorse Silver has undertaken a substantive re-evaluation of all data available on the project, and is currently relogging and assaying historic drill core. Drill permitting is underway for a late fall drilling program on the high gold grade DP Zone,and on the high silver grade PD Zone, identified by Placer Dome.

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