Silver Horn Mining Ltd. Completes Preliminary Sampling Program on Historic Tip Top Mining District, Silver Samples Average 49.5 oz. / ton.

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Silver Horn Mining Ltd., (OTCBB: SILV) is pleased to announce that it has completed a preliminary sampling program of its holdings in the historic Tip Top mining district of Yavapai County, Arizona.

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Silver Horn Mining Ltd., (OTCBB: SILV) is pleased to announce that it has completed a preliminary sampling program of its holdings in the historic Tip Top mining district of Yavapai County, Arizona. Analysis of the thirteen samples collected within and adjacent to Silver Horn’s 36 mining claims in the district yielded an average of 49.5 oz. /ton of silver.

Silver Horn’s holdings encompass the historic 76 mine which is adjacent to the largest producing silver mine in the district. Tip Top was once the most actively explored district in Arizona, other than a few attempts to reactivate the Tip Top mine in the 1920’s and the 1980’s, little exploration has been conducted in the district until the recent rise of silver and gold prices. Historic reports of the 76 mine show samples from the mine cut along the vein at the 180 foot level and at the 100 foot level running from 4.68 oz./ton to 198.12oz./ton, with widths ranging 1.5 to 24 inches.

The company’s current exploration plan includes historic data review along with mapping and sampling of the past producing 76 mine, the Tip Top mine and surrounding areas. Recent mapping indicates a vein at the 76 mine sub parallel to the Tip Top vein with a strike length of about 1 mile.

Thirteen samples collected during the preliminary sampling program were shipped to ALS Minerals of Reno Nevada for analysis. Results from the first phase of sampling are as follows:

For a full chart of sample results click here.

The company plans to acquire additional holdings in the Tip Top district to add potential mineral lands to its current 720 acres.

Silver Horn’s President Daniel Bleak stated, “We are pleased with the encouraging initial results of exploration of this past producing silver district and look forward to the future exploration and drilling of this once prolific silver region.”

About Silver Horn Mining Ltd.

Silver Horn Mining Ltd. (“Silver Horn”) is a mining and resources company focused on exploring and developing mineral resources, with an emphasis on silver. Silver Horn’s corporate strength lies in its management’s expertise in the natural resource industry. Silver Horn will target and acquire projects with previous production and/or exploration and work towards fully developing those projects to build core reserves and drive revenues.

For further information please contact:

Corporate Office
3346 W. Guadalupe Rd.
Apache Junction, AZ 85120

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