Bonanza-Grade Silver Property Identified in the Sierra Madre

Editorial Feature | Sept 13, 2022 | Industry 

As The Good News Rolls In, Now Is The Time To Focus On Regency Silver (TSXV: RSMX)(TSXV: RSMX)

  • A junior explorer’s recently acquired prospects are grabbing the attention of precious metals investors, as an NI 43-101 report on the Dios Padre property reveals as much as 9.5 million ounces of silver, at grades as high as 3,220 g/t.
  • Prior exploration goes back centuries, with millions of ounces of silver and gold plucked from the surface. But early explorers could never locate the source of the mineralization.
  • Now, new imaging technologies have located what geologists believe to be a much larger mineralized zone, only 500 feet below surface. Plans to prove the enormity of this body are already in motion, expected to commence this spring.
  • This marks the third precious metal startup that the company’s founder, has launched in Mexico. His two prior companies saw their market caps rocket to 24-times and 64-times initial values.
  • With inflation roaring and investors flocking to precious metals, investing in junior exploration companies like Regency Silver can be hugely rewarding. Shareholder value could move on the discovery of new-found resources, and the soaring value of the underlying asset alike.

If results from early imaging are right, this is a sizable discovery that could hold tens of millions of ounces of silver and gold.

It’s also the third major exploration and mining prospect founded by legendary resource developer, Bruce Bragagnolo.

After launching and propelling two other successful silver and gold companies in Mexico (more about that in a moment), Mr. Bragagnolo recently announced his latest acquisitions: the Dios Padre silver project and the El Tule gold project.

Both projects are situated on the highly prolific Sierra Madre Occidental belt, which produces around 200 million ounces of silver annually, making Mexico the largest silver producer in the world today.

News of Mr. Bragagnolo’s latest venture, and the Dios Padre silver project could ignite a flurry of investor interest. And for good reason…

THE UNDERGROUND MINERALIZED ZONE IDENTIFIED AT DIOS PADRE, ONLY 1,500 FEET NORTH OF THE EXISTING MINE LOCATION,COULD RANK AMONG MEXICO’S LARGEST NEW DISCOVERIES.

This development could lead to the discovery of one of the largest new silver formations in the prolific Sierra Madre Occidental belt.

Historically, there has been extensive silver mining history at Dios Padre…but until now it’s all been on or near surface.

Following the acquisition of this historical producer, Regency Silver (TSXV: RSMX)(TSXV: RSMX) reviewed all the existing data on the property, reinterpreting the high-tech ground- penetrating survey of surrounding acreage.

The survey identified what appears to be a prominent anomaly just 1,500 feet north of the existing mine site:

The image on the left is taken from a 200-meter-deep ground-penetrating IP survey that shows clearly how massive the zone could be just north of the existing Dios Padre mine site. The small box near center outlines the Dios Padre mine location. On the right is a 3D representation of that data, which includes imaging (bottom center) of all past exploration drilling at the mine production site. Targeted drilling into this formation is hoped to yield the assays consistent with the silver- rich ones that have been discovered and recovered at Dios Padre in the past.

A Centuries-Old History of Silver Production

Silver mining at Dios Padre dates back centuries to the 1600s when silver nuggets were literally picked off the surface.

According to Regency Silver’s recently completed NI 43-101 report, geologists Lunceford and Gibson state that:

“The earliest known mining activities [at Dios Padre] were carried out by the Jesuits in the 17th century using Yaqui labor. Their operations occurred between 1603 and 1650. By the time that the Yaquis expelled the Jesuits, “The[y] were estimated to have mined 7,000 tonnes of rich silver ore from narrow, near-surface veins.”

No records of silver recovery are mentioned for another two centuries at which point Lunceford and Gibson state,

“The Dios Padre mine was brought into production again in 1860…yielding approximately 16 million ounces of silver, resulting in a calculated mine grade of 25 ounces per ton.”

As you can see, initially it was easy pickings at Dios Padre… yet the larger anomaly remained undetected.

That’s precisely what Regency Silver (TSXV: RSMX)(TSXV: RSMX) believes it has found. As that process gets started in June, you can expect a flood of exploration data igniting rapid movement in Regency shares.

Nearby mining operations producing within the same Sierra Madre gold/silver trend confirm the existence of large deposits.

Pan American Silver (NASDAQ $5.3B) reports that its Dolores open-pit mine produced 3.8 million ounces of silver and 98,000 ounces of gold in 2020. The company also reports 27.7 million ounces of silver and 1.031 million ounces of gold in unmined, proven and probable reserves.1 Pan American Silver stock soared nearly three-fold that year… and it was not the only winning play in the region.

Alamos Gold’s (NYSE $3.1B) Mulatos gold mining operation produced more than 2 million ounces of gold to date with 150,000 ounces reported in 2020.2 Alamos Gold shares rocketed from $4.71 to $10.95 from March to July that year.

Agnico Eagle’s (NYSE $26.6B) La India mine produced 82,190 oz in gold and 132,833 oz in silver in 2019. that same year its Pinos Altos mine produced 155,124 oz gold and 2.16 million
oz silver.3 During that time, from Q4 2018 to Q3 2020, the company’s shares more than doubled.

These are big companies where shares move slowly on good news. They can be great plays for conservative growth. But to lock in explosive growth potential and wealth building opportunity, the place to be is with a start-up exploration company like Regency Silver (TSXV: RSMX)(TSXV: RSMX).

And keep this in mind; Regency Silver will be the third start-up from Bruce Bragagnolo, whose prior projects have knocked it out of the park for shareholders.

The famed developer has already launched two Mexican mining companies on the Sierra Madre Occidental that rocketed in value.

Market Caps Soared 24-times To 64-times Off Start-up

The first of the two companies was Silvermex Resources, which Mr. Bragagnolo launched with an initial $7 million market cap and guided to a peak market capitalization of $170 million.3

By mid-2012, Silvermex assets were acquired in full by First Majestic Silver Corp., now a $3+ billion producer listed on the New York Stock Exchange.

Also from a $7 million start, Mr. Bragagnolo launched Timmins Gold, overseeing its growth from a junior exploration company to a 100,000 ounce/year gold producer that achieved a peak market capitalization of over $450 million!4

INVESTORS WHO SECURED POSITIONS IN THESE START-UPS ENJOYED EXPLOSIVE NET GAINS.

This winning track record propelled Mr. Bragagnolo to widespread fame in Mexico’s mining circles, ultimately landing him a sweetheart deal with the Dios Padre Silver Project.

Tens of millions of ounces had already been taken at this mine location, but experience told him that despite an exceptional production history and obvious development potential, exploration drilling at the existing mine site was off-target.

Previous mine site owners drilled thousands of feet, trying to locate the mother lode at the source of the surface. Everyone knew that it had to be there, they just never found it. Their failures are what caught Mr. Bragagnolo’s attention.

They’d been drilling below the area where they were producing silver near surface.

Knowing the geology of the Sierra Madre Occidental as he did, Mr. Bragagnolo suspected that the volcanic structure that fed silver to the surface at Dios Padre was flowing laterally, not vertically as the others had presumed.

While this flew in the face of conventional wisdom, the previous illustration explains his well-founded hypothesis.

What has been recovered near surface at Dios Padre suggests that this could literally be the tip of a silver-rich iceberg…a zone that could host tens of millions of ounces in silver.

Accumulated data over the last few decades, documented in a recently published NI 43-101 compliant, calculated an inferred resource of 9.5 million ounces.

Next Step: Exploratory Drilling Over This New, Virgin Location

As shown above, Regency Silver (TSXV: RSMX)(TSXV: RSMX) has planned six new drill holes for a program starting in June. This time, exploration will be conducted not at the mine site, but 1,500 feet to the north directly over this IP target. The completion of six new drill holes will all but confirm the location of the mother lode. Once located, further exploration would reveal the extent of silver mineralization (as well as gold) and ultimately lead to an updated resource estimation.

Early investors will not have to wait long for results that can impact share prices. Regency management reports that its 2022 exploration program is fully permitted and fully funded.

This is a rare, early entry to a junior exploration company that, unlike most juniors, has just begun trading with a confirmed 9.5 million ounces of inferred silver resources on site. That’s confirmed value already accrued to shareholders.

And it’s not likely to end there. Regency’s resource figure could climb sharply as results from their 2022 summer drilling program are made public.

For the technically minded, the following quotes are taken from Regency’s NI 43- 101 technical report dated November 2020 (Lunceford and Gibson) documenting historical data from the Dios Padre mine site Previously published data by a past owner, Compania Minera Sahuaripa S.A. de C.V., did not meet stringent NI 43-101 reporting standards thus could not be used for economic analysis. However, that “unofficial” report does provide important-to-note conjecture for assessing the silver resource potential in the mother lode that fed to the Dios Padre mine site.

“Mine opening sample grades reportedly varied from 40 to 80,000 g/t Ag, most ranging between 100 to 1,500 g/t Ag. Core samples grades varied between 20 to 2,500 g/t Ag, with 50% of the Dios Padre stock reportedly averaging more than 310 g/t Ag. Bulk sampling in 1971 produced 7,923 tonnes of material in 23 tonne lots ranging between 80 to 740 g/t Ag and averaging 308 g/t Ag. Mineralized rock was treated to produce a floatation concentrate with an average silver recovery of 84%. Sahuaripa [the company] concluded that the silver grades were highly variable over short distances and that bulk sampling gave the best results. Sahuaripa noted that 47.5% of the drilling averaged 11 troy ounces [342 grams] of silver per ton.” (Emphasis added.)

Entrance To A World-Class Gold Mining District Amplifies Regency Silver’s Potential

Regency Silver (TSXV: RSMX)(TSXV: RSMX) also acquired the El Tule Gold Project in Nayarit, Mexico. This is a nearly 40-square mile prospect in an area that is proven analogous to many other gold and silver bearing structures in the Sierra Madre Occidental. The site is so promising that gold and silver recovery has been ongoing for years by locals who are literally scraping gold from the surface.

This alone suggests that a massive, mineralized zone lies below ground, feeding gold and silver to surface.

There’s more. Prior to Regency’s acquisition, US Gold began prospecting at the El Tule property after acquiring it in 2007 from Nevada Pacific Gold. A total of ten surface samples were taken over a distance 900 ft (275 m). Gold values ranged from 0.2 g/t to a whopping 37.0 g/t.

OVERALL, THE AVERAGE GRADING RETURNED AT 8.9 G/T, MANY TIMES THE CUT-OFF GRADES FOR NEAR SURFACE MINING.5

What comes next is modern exploration technology that, like at Dios Padre, targets a mineralized body necessary to make the surface so productive.

Regency believes that exploration technology like induced polarization can readily identify any significant bodies that lie below, just like at Dios Padre.

7 Reasons To Put Regency Silver (TSXV: RSMX)(TSXV: RSMX) On Your Investment Radar Now

  1. Regency Silver acquired two sizable assets, Dios Padre and El Tule, on Mexico’s prolifically producing Sierra Madre Occidental gold/silver belt. This belt has produced more silver than any other region of the world and continues to do so today.
  2. Regency Silver is the third major precious metal company that founder and current executive chairman and director, Bruce Bragagnolo, launched in Mexico. His buildup of two prior companies, Silvermex and Timmins Gold, sent shares rocketing 24-times to 64-times off their start-up market caps.
  3. The company’s immediate attention is focused on the Dios Padre property where 9.5 million ounces of silver equivalent NI 43-101 compliant inferred resources are already reported on site. This is value already accrued to any shareholder securing a position today.
  4. Prior exploration at Dios Padre extensively probed for the source that feeding the surface, but that main body was never discovered. Geologists believe that the extent of surface and near-surface mineralization strongly indicate a massive zone potentially holding tens of millions of ounces of silver as well as gold.
  5. Regency Silver reinterpreted the Induced Polarization (IP) surveys of the area immediately adjacent to the existing Dios Padre mine site. The team’s new insights into the surveys finally revealed conclusive evidence of a massive, unexplored formation that lies only 500 feet below surface.
  6. This summer, Regency Silver intends to conduct exploratory drilling projects over the IP targets and release what could become a string of reports describing the extent and depth of zone detected. Judging by surface recoveries and resources, as well as past drilling, the size could lead to tens of millions of ounces in silver and gold…the long-sought mother lode. Those announcements can be anticipated in the near term with dramatic impact on Regency’s market valuation.
  7. With inflation roaring and investors flocking to precious metals, investing today in an early-stage exploration company could be hugely rewarding. Regency Silver’s shareholder value could rocket on both the discovery of new-found resources and the soaring value of the underlying asset, silver.

Regency Silver holds significant potential for explosive gains typical of a successful junior exploration companyy on the threshold of major discoveries. The key to unlocking its wealth-building potential is to launch your research and due diligence without delay. This could be a short-lived entry opportunity.

Wall Street precious metal investors are already keenly focused along the Sierra Madre Occidental. This is the largest silver-producing region in the world today and new discoveries can trigger an flood of funds flowing to new discovery. With Bruce Bragagnolo’s, past successes already well known, Regency Silver must surely be on serious investor watch lists.

Now is the time to dig deeper into the enormous potential of Regency Silver (TSXV: RSMX)(TSXV: RSMX). You can begin your due diligence at the company website.

1www.panamericansilver.com
2www.alamosgold.com
3www.agnicoeagle.com
4https://www.asiabasemetals.com/corporate/board-of-directors/bruce-bragagnolo/
5https://s21.q4cdn.com/390685383/files/doc_news/archive/266.pdf

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