Brixton Metals is an exploration and development company advancing high-grade silver and gold deposits within the America’s to feasibility. Its management team has a proven record of success in building companies from the ground up and aims to unlock wealth for shareholders through the drill bit and M&A activities.

Brixton wholly owns 4 projects in Canada and the USA:

The Thorn Gold-Silver-Copper Project in the Northern Golden Triangle British Columbia, Canada is an exploration stage  project with underground and open pit targets. The district scale project offers major new discovery potential. The 2014 inferred resource estimate of 21.5 Moz AgEq remains open for expansion. Many styles of mineralization have been identified including sediment hosted gold-silver, high sulphidation Ag-Cu-Au veins, and diatreme breccia Ag-Au-Cu-Pb-Zn and porphyry Cu-Au-Ag-Mo.

The Hog Heaven Silver-Gold Project in Montana, USA is a high-sulphidation epithermal vein-breccia deposit with historical high-grade silver production of 6.4 Moz Ag at 29 oz/t.  Based on the 1988 feasibility study a historical non-NI-43-101 compliant inferred estimate was 47.3 Moz Ag and 0.226 Moz Au. The 722 holes drilled vector future drilling to high-grade feeder zones at depth. The project is road accessible with under-utilized mill capacity nearby.

The Langis-Hudson Bay Silver-Cobalt Project in Northeastern Ontario, Canada is a brownfield exploration opportunity for very high-grade silver (including native silver) and cobalt with excellent infrastructure. The past production at Langis was 10.4 Moz Ag at 25 opt silver including 0.36M lbs cobalt, and past production for the Hudson Bay mine was 6.4 Moz Ag at 123 opt silver including 0.18M lbs cobalt. Recent drilling has returned several strong results for cobalt, silver, copper and nickel.

The Atlin Gold Project in British Columbia, Canada is an early stage gold exploration play in search of Barkerville -style mother-lode gold deposits that may exist in prospective host rocks that are masked by overburden.  Results from rock samples taken by Brixton at the LD showing in 2017 returned a high of 293 g/t Au (9.3 oz/t Au).