Nevada Projects

White Caps​

  • Located 15 km’s from Kinross’ Round Mountain (3 M oz reserve) having produced 15 M oz gold to date

  • 28 Patented claims and 74 unpatented claims

  • The McCoy deposit is proximal to the intrusion (skarn-style) while Cove is distal (Carlin-style) – White Caps has similar potential to host both styles

  • High-grade White Caps Mine produced more than 125,000 oz’s at circa 30 g/t gold

  • Grades were noted to be increasing with depth – x-cut on the lowest level assayed 10m at 94 g/t (this would be close to true thickness)

  • Regional exploration potential


  • Targeting orogenic Au-Ag mineralisation in laterally extensive flat-lying quartz veins adjacent to a diorite intrusion

  • A number of flat-lying high-grade veins are stacked within ~25m horizon

  • Limited previous exploration, no drilling of high-grade veins

  • Previous explorers targeted low-grade Cu-Au mineralisation (IOCG style)

  • G50 has extensive data from previous explorers (Kinross Gold USA)


  • High-sulfidation, epithermal gold targeted,

  • Located 169 km southeast of Reno, Nevada

  • Early stage high-grade project with limited prior drilling

  • Reconnaissance and verification sampling produced excellent results with high-grade gold occurring in quartz and quartz-sulphide veins within a granitic intrusion

Top Gun

  • Analogous to nearby Paradise Peak Mine – gold mineralization is high-sulfidation epithermal in character

  • Minor historic mining at Top Gun is evidenced by numerous prospecting pits and two shafts

  • No evidence of modern exploration or drilling

  • Gold mineralisation in rhyolitic tuff unit largely overlain by a concealing caprock

  • Initial targets are two silicified structures with broad zones of vuggy silica and clay alteration

Broken Hills

  • Targeting epithermal Au-Ag similar to nearby Rawhide (1.7Moz) Paradise Peak (1.6Moz) mines

  • Significant Au-Ag mineralisation at surface and associated with broad zones of argillic alteration

  • Extensive zones of alteration, veining and silicification

  • Previous explorers include Kinross and Placer Dome

  • Main targets have never been drill tested