Silver Valley Metals Closes Non-Brokered Private Placement Financing

2022-12-29 14:30:41

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – December 29, 2022) – Silver Valley Metals Corp. (TSXV: SILV) (OTCQB: SVMFF) (“Silver Valley” or the “Company”), a brownfields exploration Company with two potential high impact projects that comprise lithium – potassium (sulphate of potash) located in Zacatecas and San Luis Potosi, Mexico and silver-zinc-lead located in Idaho, USA respectively, has filed documents with the TSX Venture Exchange (the “Exchange”) seeking final approval to close its previously announced (see November 15, 2022 news release) $0.075 unit private placement financing (the “Financing”), for aggregate gross proceeds of $969,283.55. On receipt of Exchange approval the Company will issue a total of 12,897,114 units (the “Units”), each Unit consisting of 1 common share of the Company and 1 common share purchase warrant (the “Warrants”). Each Warrant is exercisable at $0.15 for 24 months from the date of issue.

Cash finder’s fees totaling $64,061 and 854,147 broker warrants, exercisable at $0.15 for 24 months from the date of issue, will be paid.

All securities issued pursuant to the Financing will be subject to a 4-month hold.

About: MexiCan lithium – potassium (sulphate of potash) project:

Silver Valley owns a 100% interest in a lithium and potassium bearing salar complex comprising 4,059 hectares on three mineral concessions (the “Mexican Projects”) located on the Central Mexican Plateau in the states of Zacatecas, and San Luis Potosi, Mexico. The NI 43-101 inferred mineral resource contains 12.3Mt of Sulfate of Potash (SOP) and 243,000 tonnes of lithium carbonate equivalent (LCE) and remains open in all directions for expansion.

About: Ranger-Page project:

The Ranger-Page Project (“The Project”) is located in the Silver Valley in Northern Idaho, USA, 60 kilometres east of Coeur d’Alene and 1 kilometre from the I-90 freeway. In 2020 Idaho was ranked the first in the world in policy perception and 9th best mining jurisdiction (Fraser Institute Annual Mining Survey). The Project borders the famous Bunker Hill Mine to the east and for the first time consolidates the western extent of the prolific Silver Valley mining corridor by one operator in the past 100+ years.

The Project is on patented claims, there are no royalties and comprise 6 historical mines. The largest of these, the Page Mine, was a top ten producer in the Silver Valley producing over 1 billion pounds of zinc and lead and 14.6 million ounces of silver. The Page Mine has high grade silver-zinc-lead historic reserves and remains wide open at depth beyond what has been defined to date.

There is shared underground infrastructure connecting the larger Page mine with five shallow historic mines within the larger Project area. The Company has underground mining data and surface geological data that supports high grade silver-zinc-lead mineralization present within the shallow, undeveloped mines. These mines remain open at depth, and laterally along strike.

Exploration potential beyond the historical mines is considered significant due to no modern systematic exploration applied to the project.

On behalf of the Board of Directors of Silver Valley Metals,

“Brandon Rook”

Brandon Rook, President & CEO, Director

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