The El Habal precious metals project comprises 3,700 hectares and is located 75 km east of the modern coastal port of Mazatlán, and 10 km on a paved road from the historical mining town of Rosario, Sinaloa, Mexico.

El Habal’s mining concessions cover a 6 km long by 1 km wide trend, containing a series of historical shallow and small-scale underground artisanal mining sites, all resembling the Rosario Mine’s geology.

El Habal hosts excellent infrastructure for future mine development.

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The Yauco project comprises of 7,000 hectares of mining concessions adjacent to the southern boundary ofGR Silver Mining’s El Habal project. The Yauco project lies on the western fringe of a mining district named Vanilla, which has seen 200+ years of historical artisanal mining activity.  Currently there are three small scale underground mines that are going back into production and three abandoned underground mines in Vanilla.

GR Silver Mining has completed a preliminary survey of the concession, identifying five compelling gold-silver anomalies.  These targets are the focus of the Company’s planned follow up exploration programs in 2018.  Initial reconnaissance has identified NW structures hosting disseminated and vein-style gold and silver mineralized zones.

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The Villa Union project comprises 5600 Ha of mining concessions and is located 12km north of the Rosario mine, Minera Penoles S.A de CV is a major Mexican mining company in a significant historical mining district. Villa Union’s attractive location covering 5km of the western edge of the Panuco Graben, and 7km of the western edge of the Rosario Graben, host to the Rosario mine, provides an immediate target for precious metals exploration.

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The area has a long mining history with numerous informal miners and well-established local mining companies reportedly operating in the region since the 1700’s until the early 1900’s. Together with the Rosario Mining District, the Concordia Mining District was historically a buoyant mining district from the 1700’s to early 1900’s. There were four large processing plants, named San Nicolas- Hernandez (Compania Minera Panuco), Santa Rossa and Rio Florido. The historical records indicated processing of gold silver rich ores and base metals -Pb-Zn ores with gold and silver as by-products. Modernization occurred in the early 1900’s with introduction of cyanide leaching in the district.

The El Placer II concession covers 111,000 Ha. The area hosts many sites with evidence of historical artisanal mining.

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