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Bunker Hill Mining : TECHNICAL REPORT AND PRE-FEASIBILITY STUDY FOR - Form 8-K

Nov 21, 2022

11/18 11/21/2022 | 10:20am EST Message : UNDERGROUND Mining, MILLING AND CONCEnTRATION OF LEAD, SILVER AND ZINC AT THE BUNKER HILL MINE COEUR D'ALENE MINING DISTRICT EFFECTIVE DATE: August 29, 2022 PREPARED FOR: +1 (416) 616-9669 Date and Signature Page Bunker Hill Mining Corp.: Technical Report and Pre-Feasibility Study for Underground Mining, Milling and Concentration of Lead, Silver and Zinc at the Bunker Hill Mine, Coeur d'Alene Mining District, Shoshone County, Idaho, USA. Technical Report Effective Date: August 29, 2022 November 21, 2022 Geologist Scott E. Wilson I, Scott E. Wilson, CPG, SME-RM, of Highlands Ranch, Colorado, as the author of the technical report entitled "Technical Report and Pre-Feasibility Study for Underground Mining, Milling and Concentration of Lead, Silver and Zinc at the Bunker Hill Mine, Coeur d'Alene Mining District, Shoshone County, Idaho, USA" (the "Technical Report") with an effective date of August 29, 2022 prepared for Bunker Hill Mining Corp. (the "Issuer"), do hereby certify: 1. 2. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Geology from the California State University, Sacramento in 1989. 3. I am a Certified Professional Geologist and member of the American Institute of Professional Geologists (CPG #10965) and a Registered Member (#4025107) of the Society for Mining, Metallurgy and Exploration, Inc. 4. I have been employed as both a geologist and a mining engineer continuously for a total of 33 years. My experience included resource estimation, mine planning, geological modeling, geostatistical evaluations, project development, and authorship of numerous technical reports and preliminary economic assessments of various projects throughout North America, South America and Europe. I have employed and mentored mining engineers and geologists continuously since 2003. 5. I have read the definition of "Qualified Person" set out in National Instrument 43-101 ("NI 43-101) and certify that by reason of my education, affiliation with a professional association (as defined in NI 43-101) and past relevant work experience, I fulfill the requirements to be a "Qualified Person" for the purposes of NI 43-101. 6. I have made several personal inspections of the Bunker Hill Project with the most recent visit September 22, 2021. 7. I am responsible for Sections 1 through 12, 14, 19 through 20 and 23 through 27 of the Technical Report. 8. 9. Prior to being retained by the Issuer, I have not had prior involvement with the property that is the subject of the Technical Report. 10. I have read NI 43-101 and Form 43-101F1, and this Technical Report was prepared in compliance with NI 43-101. 11. As of the effective date of this Technical Report, to the best of my knowledge, information and belief, the portions of the Technical Report for which I am responsible contain all scientific and technical information that is required to be disclosed to make the portions of the Technical Report for which I am responsible not misleading. Dated: November 21, 2022 Author Certificate Robert H. Todd I, Robert H. Todd, P.E., of Butte, Montana, as the author of the technical report entitled "Technical Report and Pre-Feasibility Study for Underground Mining, Milling and Concentration of Lead, Silver and Zinc at the Bunker Hill Mine, Coeur d'Alene Mining District, Shoshone County, Idaho, USA" (the "Technical Report") with an effective date of August 29, 2022 prepared for Bunker Hill Mining Corp. (the "Issuer"), do hereby certify: 1. 2. I graduated with a Bachelor of Science degree in Mining Engineering from the University of Idaho, School of Mines, Idaho. 3. I am a Registered Professional Engineer in the States of Idaho (5327), Nevada (7779) and Montana (10095). 4. I have worked in mining operations, consulting engineering and engineering construction contracting for over 41 years. Prior to forming Minetech my consulting career included serving as General Manager of Engineering for Cementation USA in Sandy Utah, Vice President and Area Manager for Knight-Piesold in Elko, Nevada, and managing numerous independent engineering and construction projects. Mine operations and technical experience include: Technical Services Manager and then General Manager of the Jerritt Canyon Operations in Elko, Nevada, Supervising Engineer for Newmont Mining Corporation in Elko, Nevada, Project Engineer and Project Administrator for Noranda Minerals in Libby, Missoula and Cooke City Montana and Production Supervisor, Chief Engineer and Mine Manager for Echo Bay Minerals at Hawthorne Nevada. I worked for Sunshine Mining in Kellogg Idaho as I was attending the University of Idaho and then after graduation as a mine and project engineer until they closed in 1986. 5. I have read the definition of "Qualified Person" set out in National Instrument 43-101 ("NI 43-101) and certify that by reason of my education, affiliation with a professional association (as defined in NI 43-101) and past relevant work experience, I fulfill the requirements to be a "Qualified Person" for the purposes of NI 43-101. 6. I have made several personal inspections of the Bunker Hill Project with the most recent visit September 2022. 7. 8. 9. Prior to being retained by the Issuer, I have not had prior involvement with the property that is the subject of the Technical Report. 10. I have read NI 43-101 and Form 43-101F1, and this Technical Report was prepared in compliance with NI 43-101. 11. As of the effective date of this Technical Report, to the best of my knowledge, information and belief, the portions of the Technical Report for which I am responsible contain all scientific and technical information that is required to be disclosed to make the portions of the Technical Report for which I am responsible not misleading. Dated: November 21, 2022 Peter Kondos, Ph.D. I, Peter Kondos, Ph.D.., of Toronto, Ontario Canada, as the author of the sections 13 and 17 in the technical report entitled "Technical Report and Pre-Feasibility Study for Underground Mining, Milling and Concentration of Lead, Silver and Zinc at the Bunker Hill Mine, Coeur d'Alene Mining District, Shoshone County, Idaho, USA" (the "Technical Report") with an effective date of August 29, 2022 prepared for Bunker Hill Mining Corp. (the "Issuer"), do hereby certify: 1. I am currently employed as CEO of YaKum Consulting Inc. with an office at 910A Logan Ave., Toronto, Ontario M4K 3E4 Canada. 2. I am a graduate of McGill University in Montreal, Canada (Master of Engineering in 1983 and Ph. D. in Hydrometallurgical Engineering in 1989). 3. I am a Fellow Member (AusIMM #334726) of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and Fellow (#94171) of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy. 4. I have 35 years of experience in the areas of metallurgy and mining. I have managed projects in research, process development for new properties and expansions, led multidisciplinary teams and strategic teams, plant troubleshooting, due diligence for acquisitions and overall business management. I have authored over 30 technical publications, 10 patents and several books, and I have been the recipient of three prestigious awards. 5. I have read the definition of "Qualified Person" set out in National Instrument 43-101 ("NI 43-101) and certify that by reason of my education, affiliation with a professional association (as defined in NI 43-101) and past relevant work experience, I fulfill the requirements to be a "Qualified Person" for the purposes of NI 43-101. 6. I have not visited the Bunker Hill Mine, however a site visit was not required for my role in this report. 7. Page 1 1 Summary This report entitled "Technical Report and Pre-Feasibility Study for Underground Mining, Milling and Concentration of Lead, Silver and Zinc at the Bunker Hill Mine, Coeur d'Alene Mining District, Shoshone County, Idaho, USA" (the "Technical Report"), describes the mining and processing operations at the Bunker Hill Mine ("Bunker" or "Bunker Hill" or "the Project" or "the Property") located near the town of Kellogg Idaho for Bunker Hill Mining Corp. ("BHMC" or the "Company"). This Technical Report considers a processing approach at Bunker where Pb, Ag and Zn mineralization is mined underground. Mineralized material will be conventionally milled and then concentrated by flotation of lead and silver (Pb/Ag) followed by flotation of zinc (Zn). Metal rich concentrates will then be sold to smelters in North America or overseas. Mill tailings will be deposited underground in the historic mining voids located throughout the Project. Table 1-1 lists the Mineral Resource estimate, inclusive of reserves, for Bunker. Mineral Resources are classified according to the CIM Definition Standards of May 10, 2014 ("CIM"). The guidance and definitions of CIM are incorporated by reference in National Instrument 43-101 -Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects within Canada of the Canadian Securities Administrators ("NI 43-101") Mineral Resources are geologically constrained and defined at economic cutoff grades that demonstrate reasonable prospects of eventual economic extraction. Mineral Resources are not Mineral Reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability. There is no certainty that all or any part of the Mineral Resources will be converted into Mineral Reserves. 1.1 Resource Estimates Geostatistics and estimates of mineralization were prepared by Mr. Scott Wilson, C.P.G., SME. Industry accepted grade estimation techniques were used to develop global mineralization block models for the Newgard, Quill and UTZ zones. Table 1-1 summarizes the Bunker Hill Mineral Resource Estimate, inclusive of Mineral Reserves, classified according to CIM definitions for the Project. Reasonable prospects of eventual economic extraction assume underground mining, mill processing and flotation of Pb and Zn concentrates. Mineral resource estimates are reported at an NSR cutoff of $70 per ton. Metallurgical recoveries are detailed in Section 13 and section 17 of this report. Net smelter return (NSR) is defined as the return from sales of concentrates, expressed in US$/t, i.e. : NSR = (Contained metal) * (Metallurgical recoveries) * (Metal Payability %) * (Metal prices) - (Treatment, refining, transport and other selling costs). NSR values are estimated using updated using metallurgical recoveries of 85.1%, 84.2% and 88.2% for Zn, Ag and Pb respectively, and concentrate grades of 58% Zn in zinc concentrate, and 67% Pb and 12.13 oz/ton Ag in lead concentrate. Mineral Resources are not Mineral Reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability. There is no certainty that all or any part of the Mineral Resources will be converted to Mineral Reserves Table 1-1 Bunker Hill Mine Mineral Resource Estimate, Inclusive of Mineral Reserves, - NSR $70/ton cut off - Ag selling price of $20/oz (troy), Lead selling price of $1.00/lb, Zn selling price of $1.20/lb. Effective date of August 29, 2022) 1.2 Project Economics A summary of the Pre-Feasibility level projected financial performance for the Project is listed in Table 1-2. Sensitivities are summarized in Table 1-3. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Life of mine ("LOM") includes initial capital expenditures. Note: Cash Cost includes mining, processing, G&A, smelter charges and freight. Mine plan was designed on a net smelter return (NSR) value of 80 ($/t). NSR was calculated by the formula: (Contained metal) * (Metallurgical recoveries) * (Metal Payability %) * (Metal prices) - (Treatment, refining, transport and other selling costs). Mineralized portions of the mine plan external to the Quill, Newgard and UTZ zones were calculated using a zinc equivalent cut off of 5% calculated using the formula: Zn price ($/lb) + (Pb grade (%) * (Zn price ($/lb) / (Pb price ($/lb) + (Ag grade (oz/t) * (Zn price ($/lb) / (ag price ($/toz) * (toz/1lb)). The economic analysis is based on an 1,800 stpd mine plan utilizing cut-and-fill and long hole open stoping with backfill. Metal recoveries are based on current metallurgical test work and historical mill operational data. Silver will be recovered in the lead concentrate and any silver reporting to the zinc concentrate is considered non-payable. This is consistent with typical smelter treatment charges and agreements. Projected metal prices of $1.20/lb zinc, $1.00/lb lead and $20.00/t-oz silver were used to calculate revenues for the full life of mine. Escalation was not applied to operating or capital costs other than a slight operating cost increase later in the mine life to reflect operating from the deeper-mine levels. An initial capital investment of $55 million (including variable contingency) is required to restart the mine. Bunker Hill is projected to generate approximately $25 million of annual average free cash flow over an initial 5-year mine life based on the current Probable reserves. It will produce over 316 million pounds of zinc, 146 million pounds of lead, and 3 million ounces of silver at an all-in sustaining cost ("AISC") of $0.77 per payable pound of zinc (net of by-products). The project is expected to generate pre-tax free cash flow of $94 million over its 5-year mine life and $86 million on an after-tax basis. The Company's goal is to significantly increase the free cash flow by multiple optimization work streams including mill and process throughput and recovery, resource expansion and exploration. Table 1-3 Economic Sensitivity to Zinc Price, Opex and Capex On January 25, 2022, BHMC signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) with Teck Resources Limited (Teck) for the purchase of the Pend Oreille (PO) process plant. The final Asset Sale and Purchase Agreement was signed on March 30, 2022 for the purchase of the PO mill and process plant for a Purchase Price of 10,416,667 units of unregistered securities of Bunker at a unit price of $0.30 CAD. 1.3 Property Descriptions and Ownership Bunker Hill Mine is located in the cities of Kellogg and Wardner of Shoshone County, Idaho. The mine is 100% owned by Silver Valley Metals Corporation ("SVMC"), a wholly owned subsidiary of BHMC. Bunker was purchased from Placer Mining Corporation ("PMC") on January 7, 2022. The Property consists of four surface parcels, 34 platted parcels with surface rights and 108 mineral parcels without surface rights all together encompassing a total of over 5,802 acres. Surface rights to the mineral parcels lies entirely with private owners, primarily timber harvesting companies. The property is traversed by numerous roads, both maintained and non-maintained, used for timber harvesting. Both portals of the mine (Kellogg Tunnel and the Russell Tunnel in Wardner) are accessible by maintained roadways. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 4 1.4 Geology and Mineralization The Northern Idaho Panhandle Region in which the Bunker Hill Property is located is underlain by the Middle Proterozoic-aged Belt-Purcell Supergroup of fine-grained, dominantly siliciclastic sedimentary rocks which extends from western Montana (locally named the Belt Supergroup) to southern British Columbia (Locally named the Purcell Supergroup) and is collectively over 23,000 feet in total stratigraphic thickness. Mineralization at the Bunker Hill Mine is hosted almost exclusively in the Upper Revett formation of the Ravalli Group, a part of the Belt Supergroup of Middle Proterozoic-aged, fine-grained sediments. Geologic mapping and interpretation progressed by leaps and bounds following the recognition of a predictable stratigraphic section at the Bunker Hill Mine and enabled the measurement of specific offsets across major faults, discussed in the following section. From an exploration and mining perspective, there were two critical conclusions from this research: all significant mineralized shoots are hosted in quartzite units where they are cut by vein structures, and the location of the quartzite units can be projected up and down section, and across fault offsets, to target extensions and offsets of known mineralized shoots and veins. Mineralization at Bunker Hill falls in four categories, described below from oldest to youngest events: Bluebird Veins (BB): W-NW striking, SW-dipping (Fig. 7-11), variable ratio of sphalerite-pyrite-siderite mineralization. Thick, tabular cores with gradational margins bleeding out along bedding and fractures. Detailed description in Section 7.2.2. Stringer/Disseminated Zones: Disseminated, fracture controlled and bedding controlled blebs and stringer mineralization associated with Bluebird Structures, commonly as halos to vein-like bodies or as isolated areas where brecciated quartzite beds are intersected by the W-NW structure and fold fabrics. Galena-Quartz Veins (GQ): E to NE striking, S to SE dipping (Fig. 7-11), quartz-argentiferous galena +/- siderite-sphalerite-chalcopyrite-tetrahedrite veins, sinuous-planar with sharp margins, cross-cut Bluebird Veins. Detailed description in Section 7.2.2. Hybrid Zones: Formed at intersections where GQ veins cut BB veins (Fig. 7-11), with open space deposition of sulfides and quartz in the vein refraction in quartzite beds, and replacement of siderite in the BB vein structure by argentiferous galena from the GQ Vein. 1.5 EnvironmentaL Studies and Permitting Because the mine is on patented mining claims (privately-owned land), only a limited number of permits are required for mining and milling operations. These relate to: (1) air quality and emissions from crushing, milling and processing, (2) any refurbishment of surface buildings that may require construction permits and (3) deposition of waste and/or tailings on surface, if such a deposition were to occur. All surface crushing and milling operations are planned to occur at the Kellogg side of mining operations. The surface parcels containing the crushing and processing facilities are zoned M-1 for light-industrial use under section 11-4-3 of the Kellogg City Code. All surface facilities are planned as enclosed buildings. The Bunker Hill Mine is located within the Bunker Hill Superfund site (EPA National Priorities Listing IDD048340921). Cleanup activities have been completed in Operable Unit 2 of the Bunker Hill Superfund Site where the mine is located though water treatment continues at the Central Treatment Plant (CTP) located near Bunker Hill Mine. The CTP is owned by US EPA and is operated by its contractors. BHMC entered into a Settlement Agreement and Order on Consent with the US Environmental Protection Agency ("US EPA") and the US Department of Justice ("DOJ") on May 14, 2018. Section 9, Paragraph 33 of that agreement stipulates that BHMC must obtain a National Pollutant Discharge Elimination System ("NPDES") permit for effluent discharged by Bunker Hill Mine by May 14, 2023. This obligation exists and the deadline will occur at a point in time where restart activities are planned to occur. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 5 BHMC will initiate a voluntary Environmental, Social and Health Impact Assessment ("ESHIA") for the activities described in this PFS and for its business model as a whole. This study is projected for completion in 2024 and will conform to ISO, IFC and GRI standards. 1.6 Mineral Processing Lead, silver, and zinc production from Bunker began in 1887, lasted 95 years, and included a zinc refinery beginning in 1927. The mine was the largest producer in the Coeur d'Alene Mining District, with a total historical production of 35 M tons (31.75 M tonnes) of mineralization grading 8.76% lead, 3.67% zinc, and 5.49 oz/ton (188.2 g/t) silver. The Bunker Hill Concentrator ran as a differential flotation circuit producing both a lead and zinc concentrate product. Average grades of the concentrate products ran +/-64% Pb, 40 OPT Ag and 5% Zn for the lead concentrate and +/-55% Zn, 3 OPT Ag, and 1% Pb for the zinc concentrate. In Q3 of 2021 BHMC initiated a metallurgical testing program with Resource Development Inc (RDi). Additional metallurgical studies were undertaken by SGS Canada Inc at Lakefield beginning in Q2 2022 to confirm and expand on the results from the RDi program. Bunker retained the services of YaKum Consulting Inc to oversee the metallurgical and process studies in 2022. Approximately 500kg of material was sent for testing from two panel samples taken from the UTZ portion of the MRE combined into one master composite. The main objectives of the program were to establish a process flowsheet for differential flotation of lead and zinc, as well as simulate plant operations with locked cycle flotation testing to characterize final concentrates for marketing purposes. Details of the program and final accepted values are as follows: ● Table 1-4 Metallurgical Testing and Approved Metallurgical Data 1.7 Mining Methods and mine engineering Long-hole stoping with fill (LHOS), cut-and-fill (CF) and possibly room-and-pillar mining with fill are the only methods viable for sustained operations at the Bunker Hill Mine today. The current mine plan utilized both LHOS for the Quill-Newgard portion of the MRE and CF for the UTZ portion. LHOS are driven transverse to overall trend of mineralization with overall stope dimensions of 20 ft wide by 50 ft high, accessed by both a top and bottom lateral drift. Internal mine development is planned for 100% rubber-tire vehicle access. A central mine ramp will provide access to various sublevels for mining activities. Mineralized material will be brought out of the mine at the 5-level and subsequently transported overland to the crushing and process facility at the 9-level Kellogg yard. Waste development muck will be transported to internal, underground void spaces, or brought to surface for crushing and use as industrial base on the mine property. Upon the completion of mining, open stopes will be filled with an engineered hydraulic (paste) backfill. The paste backfill plant will have the tailings thickening and filtration equipment located in the Kellogg yard, adjacent to the mill/process building. The paste mixing and pumping station will be located at the mine yard at Wardner. Filtered tailings cake material from the filtration plant will be backhauled up to the paste mixing and pumping station at Wardner from Kellogg on the return trip by the surface ore haul trucks. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 6 Mine design and Mineral Reserve estimates have been completed to a level appropriate for pre-feasibility studies. The Mineral Reserve estimate stated herein is consistent with the CIM Standards on Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves and is suitable for public reporting. As such, the Mineral Reserves are based on the conversion of Measured and Indicated Mineral Resources. Mine designs were created in Maptek VulcanTM software to define access and mining of the stope shapes defined by the Stope Optimizer module within VulcanTM. The defined stope shapes and development excavations were scheduled to produce the basis for this economic analysis. Mineral Reserves were classified using the 2014 CIM Definition Standards. Mineral Reserves are estimated at an NSR value cutoff of $80/short ton at the reference point of salable mill concentrates with an effective date of August 29, 2022. Table 1-5 Bunker Hill Mineral Reserves Estimate (1) Plan Dilution is zero grade waste included in the designed stope shapes and probable tonnages. (2) Unplanned dilution is 5% external dilution added at zero grade. (3) Mineral Reserves stated are inclusive of all above mentioned dilutions and are factored for ore loss due to mining activities. (4) Net smelter return (NSR) is defined as the return from sales of concentrates, expressed in US$/t, i.e. : NSR = (Contained metal) * (Metallurgical recoveries) * (Metal Payability %) * (Metal prices) - (Treatment, refining, transport and other selling costs). For the Mineral Reserve Estimate, NSR values were calculated using updated open-cycle metallurgical results including recoveries of 85.1%, 84.2% and 88.2% for Zn, Ag and Pb respectively, and concentrate grades of 58% Zn in zinc concentrate, and 67% Pb and 12.13 oz/ton Ag in lead concentrate. (5) Mineral Reserves are estimated using a zinc price of $1.20 per pound, silver price of $20.00 per ounce, and lead price of $1.00 per pound. (6) Historic mining voids, stopes and development drifting have been depleted from the Mineral Reserve Estimate. (7) Totals may not add up due to rounding. 1.8 Recovery Methods Historical and on-going current test work shows that the investigated sequential flotation process can produce marketable-grade Pb/Ag and Zn concentrates. Mineral processing and recovery operations will be performed on surface at the Kellogg mine yard. New construction on surface will house the primary grinding and flotation circuits, secondary crushing and final concentrate storage. ROM material will initially be delivered to the surface stockpile via overland haulage from the Wardner mine access. A flow sheet was developed from locked cycle flotation testing. ROM material is delivered to the Kellogg yard stockpile from overland haulage out of the mine at the Wardner portal. Two stages of primary crushing will reduce ROM material to 0.5" through two cone crushers. Material will then be screened and sent to the fine ore bin. The fine ore bin will feed two ball mills for primary grinding down to ~75 micron. Flotation begins with a lead rougher, the overflow of which is separated through a cyclone and coarse fraction sent to a re-grind circuit before joining the undersized overflow though three stages of cleaning. Underflow from the lead rougher is sent to a zinc rougher circuit and on to three stages of cleaner cells. The differential flotation circuit will produce both a lead and silver concentrate, as well as a zinc concentrate. Tailings material will be sent to a thickener and from there on to a filtration plant for use in the paste backfill system. Concentrates will be stored in a building at the Kellogg yard for transportation to the smelter. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 7 1.9 Current Exploration and Development BHMC has a rare exploration opportunity available at the Mine and has embarked on a new path to fully maximize the potential. A treasure trove of geologic and production data representing 70+ years of mine operations has been organized and preserved in good condition in the mine office since the shutdown in the early 1980s. From this the company was able to build a 3D digital model of the mine workings and 3D surfaces and solids of important geologic features. To add to this, historic drill core lithology logs and assay data (>2900 holes) were entered into a database and imported with the other data into Maptek Vulcan 3D software. Continued exploration drilling from both surface and underground over a 2-year period worked to further develop extensions of previously mined structures as well as identify mineralized zones previously unknown to mine operators. During the summer of 2021, BHMC conducted a 3DIP surface geophysical survey over the southwestern portion of the land package with the goal of identifying future areas of interest outside of the historically worked mining footprint. Response characteristics of mineralized material were inferenced from previous geophysical investigations performed at Bunker Hill and used to guide target assessment on the 2021 program. Additional review from 3rd party groups is required for detailed analysis of the program results. 1.10 Conclusions Mineral Reserves are sufficient to warrant the proposed 1,800 stpd underground mine utilizing LHOS and CF mining methods and conventional mining equipment. Mineral processing will take place utilizing a primary and secondary stage of crushing, primary and secondary stage of grinding and differential flotation circuits to produce both lead/silver and zinc concentrate products. Generalized infrastructure arrangements were used to develop the capital and operational costs associated with their respective activities. Mining and development costs were developed from first principals engineering, along with vendor and contractor quotations where possible. Pre-Feasibility level analyses demonstrate that the project has strong economic viability at the estimated metal prices and costs. Risk analyses demonstrate economic favorability at both decreased metal prices and increased costs as outlined in the sensitivities analysis of this report. 1.11 Recommendations Continued analysis and interpretation of the geophysical survey results should aid to guide future exploration activities outside of historical mine working areas. Additional exploration drilling with the advancement of underground mine development is also advised due to the proximity of future development to under-explored areas of historical workings. Continued digitization and interpretation of historical mapping and research will aid to guide future underground and surface exploration activities. Completion of issued for construction (IFC) level drawings for the mineral processing facilities is recommended. Completion of IFC level engineering drawings related to the paste backfill plant are recommended. Final tails product material generated from additional metallurgical testing will work to optimize binder compositions and have the potential to reduce backfill OPEX costs. Additional geotechnical studies are recommended with the advancement of underground development. Continued geotechnical diamond drilling associated with future resource delineation and exploration drilling activities will provide a better sample set for rock strength testing and geotechnical logging. Future underground development will also allow for the investigation of previously mined areas and association of historical span allowances based on previous ground support methods. Additional resource delineation and conversion drilling and mine block modeling should continue to increase the conversion of Inferred to Indicated Resources. Based on the aforementioned, the authors are not recommending successive phases of work for the advancement of the project Bunker Hill Mining Corp. 2.1 Terms of Reference BHMC retained Resource Development Associates Inc. ("RDA") to complete an independent NI 43-101 Technical Report for Bunker Hill Property located in the Coeur D'Alene Mining District, Shoshone County, Idaho. BHMC retained the services of Scott Wilson of RDA, Peter Kondos, Ph.D. of YaKum Consulting Inc and Minetech USA, LLC ("Minetech"), Robert Todd, P.E., principal to perform engineering and design services for the Bunker Hill mine (the "Bunker Hill Mine" or "Mine"). BHMC has reported Measured, Indicated and Inferred Mineral Resource estimates for the Project since September 29, 2020. BHMC has acquired rights to title and purchased the Property from the previous owners, PMC. The Bunker Hill Mine is a well-developed underground mining operation that ceased production in 1991. At cessation of mining, the Project contained mineralization that had been developed but not exploited. BHMC is implementing a plan to bring this brownfields project back into production as a competitive mining operation in the Coeur d'Alene Mining District. The Project is located adjacent to the town of Kellogg Idaho. Mineralization at the Project is related to a large deposit of anomalous lead, zinc and silver mineralization. Silver, lead and zinc were discovered at the Project in 1885. Production records kept annually from 1887 through 1991 show that the mine produced 35.78 million tons of mineralized material with head grades averaging 4.52 opt Ag, 8.76% Pb and 3.67% Zn, containing 161.72 million ounces of Ag, 3.13 million tons of Pb and 1.31 million tons of Zn. The Authors have worked closely with the Company to follow the CIM Estimation of Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves Best Practice Guidelines, November 29, 2019 and the CIM Mineral Exploration Best Practice Guidelines, November 23, 2018 with respect to the implementation and execution of the collection of scientific data for the Property. This Technical Report was prepared by the Authors, at the request of Mr. Sam Ash, President and CEO of BHMC, a public company trading on the Canadian Securities Exchange (CSE: BNKR) with its corporate office at 82 Richmond Street East, Toronto, Ontario M5C 1P1. Mr. Scott E. Wilson, (CPG #10965, SME 4025107RM), an independent qualified person under the terms of NI 43-101, has conducted several site visits of the Property with the most recent visit on September 22, 2021. The most recent site visit was to review the progress on the RDA recommended drilling and channel sampling program. These drilling and sampling campaigns were required by RDA in order to estimate Mineral Resources for the Project. Mr. Robert Todd, a Registered Professional Engineer in the States of Idaho (5327), Nevada (7779) and Montana (10095), an independent qualified person under the terms of NI 43-101, has conducted several site visits of the Property with the most recent visit September 2022. An August 8-12, 2022 site visit was spent on finalizing operating and capital estimates for the decline excavations, operating levels and review other aspects of the mine plan with the project team. Mr. Peter Kondos, Ph.D. is a member of the Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (AusIMM #334726) and Fellow (#94171) of the Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy and considered an independent qualified person under the terms of NI 43-101. Mr. Kondos has not conducted a site visit to the Property. All dollar amounts in this document are United States dollars unless otherwise noted. 2.2 Sources of Information This Technical Report is based, in part, on internal company technical reports, and maps, published government reports, company letters, memoranda, public disclosure and public information as listed in the References at the conclusion of this Technical Report. This Technical Report is supplemented by published and available reports provided by the United States Geological Survey ("USGS"), the Idaho Geological Survey, United States Bureau of Land Management and the United States Public Land Survey. Bunker Hill has purchased a majority of the mill and process equipment and several pieces of underground equipment. Budgetary capital equipment quotes were solicited for other outstanding pieces of major equipment. Mine supplies and material costs are from current delivered costs for mining activities or recent vendor quotations. Labor costs are those currently charged by the operator for work in support of mine maintenance, driving of the Newgard ramp and drilling contractor support. YaKum Consulting Inc was responsible for the processing and metallurgical testing. Patterson & Cooke North America provided the tailings and backfill engineering and capital estimates; Barr Engineering provided the milling and process design, capital and operating costs in conjunction with Bunker Hills management team. Tax analysis was performed by Mining Tax Plan, LLC in Colorado. Golder and Associates USA, Inc. toured the property and provided preliminary geotechnical opinions. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 12 3 Reliance on Other Experts With respect to land issues, leases and information, the Author of this Technical Report has relied upon the Title Opinion of Lyons O'Dowd Law Firm dated August 12, 2020 as well as written and verbal communication with BHMC in the preparation of Section 4. Tax assumptions for the economic model underpinning the PFS, finalized shortly before the Company's news release regarding the PFS of September 06, 2022, were developed by Scott Farmer of Mining Tax Plan LLC. These tax assumptions were used for the economic analysis of the Project. RDA has relied on and included data provided by the Company and its consultants and its contractors and has drawn its own conclusions therefrom. Patterson & Cooke North America provided the tailings and backfill engineering and capital estimates; Barr Engineering provided the milling and process design, capital and operating costs in conjunction with Bunker Hills management team. Golder and Associates USA, Inc. toured the property and provided preliminary geotechnical opinions. All personnel related or employed by the above companies and had involvement with the Bunker project and studies are considered professionals and not Qualified Persons to this report under NI 43-101 definitions. The Authors of this Technical Report have examined and take responsibility for the above stated information related to this Technical Report. No other experts were relied upon in the preparation of this Technical Report. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 13 4 Property Description and Location The Bunker Hill Mine is located in Shoshone County, Idaho with portions of the mine located within the cities of Kellogg and Wardner, Idaho in northwestern USA. The Kellogg Tunnel, which is the main access to the mine, is located at 47.53611°N latitude, 116.1381W longitude. The approximate elevation for the above cited coordinates is 2366 ft. The patented mining claims depicted in Figure 4-1, below, cover an area of 5,802 acres. On December 15, 2021 BHMC signed a Purchase and Sale Agreement (PSA) with Placer Mining Corporation and both William and Shirley Pangburn to acquire full ownership of the subsequently listed mineral titles in addition to other Surface Rights and Real Property associated with land and structures of the Bunker Hill Mine. BHMC became the owner of Bunker Hill Mine on January 7, 2022. Figure 4-1 Property Map of Bunker Hill Mine Land Ownership From its early days in the 1890s and through two World Wars, the Bunker Hill Company ("BMC") operated as an independent and well-known mining and smelting company. BMC was listed on the New York Stock Exchange. On June 1, 1968, Bunker Hill became a wholly owned subsidiary of Gulf Resources & Chemical Corp. Growing public concern with the environment in the 1970s compelled Bunker Hill to spend large sums on plant improvements in order to comply with newly enacted federal air and water pollution laws. The Company also made major efforts to reclaim surrounding hillsides which had been impacted by the effects of decades of airborne smelter effluents and timbering for mining purposes. Ultimately the combination of high costs of environmental compliance and declines in metal prices in the early 1980s led to the decision by Gulf Resources in August 1981 to cease operations at Bunker Hill and to sell the mine. In 1982, the company was sold to the Bunker Limited Partnership ("BLP"). The principal owners of BLP were Harry Magnuson, Duane Hagadone, Jack Kendrick and Simplot Development Corporation. Simplot Development Corporation sold its share of the partnership in 1987. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 14 The mine was reopened from 1988 to 1990 by BLP during which time exploration, resource definition, mine development and small-scale production occurred. A decline in metals prices in the early 1990s led BLP to close the mine in January of 1991. Shortly thereafter BLP filed for bankruptcy. On May 1, 1992, the Bunker Hill Mine was sold to PMC. The sale related to Bunker Hill Mine only. Pintlar, Inc., a subsidiary of Gulf Resources & Chemical Corporation, remained responsible for the environmental cleanup of the portion of the Bunker Hill Superfund Site related to the smelter site. Title to all patented mining claims included in the transaction was transferred from Bunker Hill Mining Corp. (U.S.) Inc. by Warranty Deed in 1992. The sale of the property was properly approved of by the U.S. Trustee and U.S. Bankruptcy Court. BHMC's land package purchased from PMC, includes a mix of patented mining claims and ownership of surface parcels. The transaction also includes certain parcels of fee property which includes mineral and surface rights but are not patented mining claims. Mining claims and fee properties are located in Townships 47, 48 North, Range 2 East, Townships 47, 48 North, Range 3 East, Boise Meridian, Shoshone County, Idaho. The patented mining claims described by Figure 4-1, above, cover an area of 5,802.132 acres. BHMC now owns all claims that lie within the tax parcels and fee parcels listed in Table 1-1. 4.1.1 Bunker Hill Mine Mineral Tenure On January 7, 2022, BHMC, through its wholly owned subsidiary Silver Valley Metals Corp. ("SVMC"), purchased the Bunker Hill Mine from PMC and other private landowners. The property consists of a combination of patented mining claims with surface rights and mineral rights ("Surface Parcels"), patented mining claims without surface ownership rights ("Mineral Parcels" as more particularly described below), and additional land not patented as mining claims under the General Mining Act of 1872 ("Platted Parcels"). The Platted Parcels and Surface Parcels are more particularly described below. At the time of SVMC's purchase of the Bunker Hill Mine, SVMC obtained an Owner's Policy of Title Insurance ("Owner's Policy") and a Mineral Guarantee ("Mineral Guarantee") from First American Title Company in Kellogg, Idaho (the "Title Company") through Old Republic National Title Insurance Company. The Owner's Policy insures title to the Surface Parcels and Platted Parcels is vested with SVMC, subject to the exclusions, exceptions, and conditions to coverage listed therein, with an amount of insurance of up to $7,700,000. Subject to these limitations, the Owner's Policy insures against loss or damage sustained by SVMC by reason of "Covered Risks," which include (among other things) any defect in, lien or encumbrance on the title to the Surface Parcels or Platted Parcels which is disclosed in a Public Record (as defined therein) as of the date of the policy and not otherwise excluded/excepted from coverage. The Mineral Guarantee insures title to the surface of the Mineral Parcels, which is vested in owners other than SVMC, subject to the exceptions to coverage listed therein, in an amount of up to $4,000. The Mineral Guarantee provides information on the severance of the mineral estate from the surface rights and insures, subject to the liability exclusions, limitations, conditions, and stipulations set forth therein, against actual loss, not exceeding the liability amount, which SVMC shall sustain by reason of any incorrectness in the title to the surface of the Mineral Parcels. Research and records obtained through the Mineral Guarantee were used to determine the title owner of the Mineral Parcels. SVMC obtained a title opinion from the law firm of Lyons O'Dowd, PLLC (the "Firm"). The Firm reviewed and relied upon the commitment for title insurance (the "Title Commitment") provided by the Title Company pertaining to the Surface Parcels and Platted Parcels and concluded that, as of the date of the opinion, PMC and the other private sellers had good and merchantable title to the Surface Parcels and Platted Parcels, subject to the qualifications, exceptions, reservations, assumptions, limitations and disclaimers identified in the Firm's opinion, the Title Commitment, and the Mineral Guarantee. With respect to the Mineral Parcels, the Firm reviewed and relied upon the information included in the Mineral Guarantee and, as of the date of the opinion, provided a limited opinion that PMC had good and merchantable title to the Mineral Parcels, subject to the qualifications, exceptions, reservations, assumptions, limitations and disclaimers contained in the Firm's opinion, the Title Commitment, and the Mineral Guarantee. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 15 Patented mining claims in the USA are described with respect to the Section, Township, and Range system employed throughout the country. The Surface Parcels, Mineral Parcels and Platted Parcels that comprise the Bunker Hill Mine land position are located in Townships 47, 48 North, Range 2 East, Townships 47, 48 North, Range 3 East, Boise Meridian, Shoshone County, Idaho. All the Surface Parcels, Mineral Parcels and Platted Parcels are patented (either through the General Mining Act or another fee-based patent act) and owned by SVMC as outlined herein; therefore, other than annual property taxes assessed by Shoshone County, there are no ongoing maintenance fees that would be paid for maintenance of unpatented mining claims through the Bureau of Land Management. There are no expiration dates associated with SVMC controlled mineral and land tenure, or associated property ownership rights. DESCRIPTION OF SURFACE PARCELS AND PLATTED PARCELS PARCEL 1: Being a tract of land situated in the Northeast ¼ of the Southeast ¼ of Section 1, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho more particularly described as follows: Beginning at the East ¼ corner of said Section 1, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho marked by a concrete monument and also the point of beginning, thence South 30°34'59" West, 220.96 feet; thence Along a curve right, radius = 40 feet, the long chord bears South 66°18'09" West, 75.71 feet; thence South 10°52'21" West, 204.04 feet; thence North 75°18'39" West, 252.91 feet; thence South 17°22'44" West, 1124.08 feet; thence North 87°41'35" East, 1007.62 feet; thence North 00°12'22" West, 1389.14 feet to the point of beginning. PARCEL 2: Being a tract of land lying in the Northeast ¼ and the Southeast ¼ of Section 1, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho and more particularly described as follows: Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho bears South 10°03'11" East, 409.83 feet distant; thence North 65°43'21" West, 407.49 feet; thence South 01°10'02" West, 94.54 feet; thence South 27°17'34" West, 90.00 feet; thence South 39°32'35" East, 342.19 feet; thence South 17°00'49" West, 108.69 feet; thence South 09°45'56" East, 92.08 feet; thence Along a curve right, radius = 40 feet, the long chord bears North 68°36'01" East, 43.86 feet; Thence North 30°34'41" East, 331.46 feet; thence Along a curve right, radius = 100 feet, the long chord bears North 48°38'04" East, 62.13 feet; thence Along a curve left, radius = 161 feet, the long chord bears North 16°29'47" East, 198.94 feet; thence North 31°27'01" West, 84.16 feet to the point of beginning and sometimes referred to as Lot 2, Mine Short Plat No. 1 as shown on the official recorded plat thereof recorded as Instrument No. 350327, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 16 PARCEL 3: Being a tract of land situated in the Northeast ¼ of the Southeast ¼ of Section 1, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho more particularly described as follows: Beginning at a point whence the East ¼ corner of Section 1, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho bears North 59°22'09" East, 395.37 feet distant; thence Along a curve left, radius = 40 feet, the long chord bears South 15°24'18" West, 27.50 feet; thence North 78°22'26" West, 36.16 feet; thence South 10°52'21" West, 204.04 feet; thence North 75°18'39" West, 252.91 feet; thence North 02°48'24" West, 383.22 feet; thence North 31°43'07" East, 271.88 feet; thence South 39°32'35" East, 342.19 feet; thence South 17°00'49" West, 108.69 feet; thence South 09°45'56" East, 92.08 feet to the point of beginning and sometimes referred to as Lot 3 Mine Plant Short Plat No. 1. PARCEL 4: Saxon, M.S. 2067 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 11 & 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 553, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 5: Link, M.S. 2123 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 601, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 6: Spur, M.S. 2124 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 11 and 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 48, Deeds, at page 479, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 7: Spear, M.S. 2496 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 43, Deeds, at page 49, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 8: Marion, M.S. 2583 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 11, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 47, Deeds, at page 196, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 9: Ben Herr, Kruger and Philippine, M.S. 2599 Patented Mining Claims situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 12 and 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 47, Deeds, at page 27, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 10: Hough, M.S. 2611 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 12 and 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 56, Deeds, at page 99, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 17 PARCEL 11: California, M.S. 2627 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 11, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 45, Deeds, at page 503, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 12: Check, M.S. 2840 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 1 and 12, Township 48, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 54, Deeds, at page 465, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 13: That portion of Florence, M.S. 2862 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 11, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho and more particularly described in those certain deeds recorded November 30, 1966 as Instrument Nos. 208505 and 208506, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 55, Deeds, at page 585, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 14: Billy, M.S. 3111 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 11, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 96, Deeds, at page 398, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 15: Lucky, M.S. 3470 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., and in Section 18, Township 48 North, Range 3 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 91, Deeds, at page 283, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 16: Moat, M.S. 3503 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 17, Township 48 North, Range 3 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 96, Deeds, at page 356, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 17: Bunker Hill, M.S. 579 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 12 & 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 6, Deeds, at page 101, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 18: Sullivan, M.S. 580 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 6, Deeds, at page 190, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 19: Important Fraction, M.S. 581 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 6, Deeds, at page 285, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 18 PARCEL 20: Phil Sheridan, M.S. 604 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 6, Deeds, at page 281, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 21: Reed Fraction, M.S. 607 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 6, Deeds, at page 246, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 22: Bunker Hill Millsite, M.S. 608 Patented Millsite Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 4, Deeds, at page 181, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 23: Small Hopes, M.S. 609, Amended Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 6, Deeds, at page 325, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 24: Bottom Dollar Fraction, M.S. 629 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 6, Deeds, at page 252, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 25: Chestnut Fraction, M.S. 632 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 6, Deeds, at page 339, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 26: Emma & Last Chance Millsite, M.S. 703 Patented Millsite claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 4, Deeds, at page 179, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 27: Ontario, M.S. 755 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 11 & 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 382, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 28: Carbonate, M.S. 764 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 11, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 325, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 29: Silver Casket, M.S. 790 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 11, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 15, Deeds, at page 25, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 19 PARCEL 30: Turkey Buzzard, M.S. 836 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in book 6, Deeds, at page 243, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 31: Snowslide Fraction, M.S. 837 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 6, Deeds, at page 249, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 32: Silver, M.S. 1085 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 12 and 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 38, Deeds, at page 479, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 33: Johannesburg, M.S. 1192 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 12 & 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 232, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 34: Puritan, M.S. 1328 Amended Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 196, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 35: No. 5, M.S. 1357 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 11, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 18, Deeds, at page 234, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 36: Omaha, M.S. 1409 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents at page 190, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 37: Legal Tender, M.S. 1639 Amended Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 11, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 304, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 38: Triangle Fraction, M.S. 2065 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 604, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 39: A parcel of land situated in the Northwest Quarter of Section 6, Township 48 North, Range 3 East, B.M., Shoshone County, Idaho, and more particularly described as follows: Using the Bunker Hill Triangulation System Meridian and coordinates and beginning at Corner No. 1, a point identical with the West Quarter Corner of said Section 6 (N9667.57, E687.41), and running thence North 0°42'20" East, 372.46 feet along the West boundary line of said Section 6 to Corner No. 2; thence South 20°36' East, 59.71 feet to Corner No. 3, a point identical with Corner No. 4 of the Washington Water Power Company (WWP Co.) tract as described in Document No. 302109, recorded November 2, 1982, records of Shoshone County, Idaho from The Bunker Hill Company to Bunker Limited Partnership, Parcel 28 of Exhibit "A", pages 12 and 13; thence South 69°24' West, 12.87 feet to Corner No. 4, identical with Corner No. 3 of said WWP Co. tract; thence South 14°20' East, 118.05 feet to Corner No. 5, identical with Corner No. 2 of said WWP Co. tract; thence South 2°23'30" West, 187.00 feet to Corner No. 6, identical with Corner No. 1 of said WWP Co. tract; thence South 80°00' East, 53.98 feet along the Southerly boundary line of said WWP Co. tract to its point of intersection with the South boundary line of the Northwest Quarter of said Section 6; thence South 88°55'25" West, 88.05 feet along said boundary line of said Section 6 Northwest Quarter to Corner No. 1 and place of beginning. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. PARCEL 1: Reeves, M.S. 1412 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 2, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 8, Deeds, at page 66. PARCEL 2: Packard, M.S. 1413 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 2, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 193. PARCEL 3: Quaker, M.S. 1414 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 2, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 388. PARCEL 4: Danish, M.S. 1503 Amended Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 2, Township 48 north, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded as Instrument No. 209774, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 5: Alfred (shown of record as Alfred) and Maggie, M.S. 1628 Patented Mining Claims situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 2, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 247. PARCEL 6: Princess, M.S. 1633 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 11, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 301. PARCEL 7: Royal Knight and Silver King, M.S. 1639 Amended Patented Mining Claims situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 2 and 11, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 304. PARCEL 8: Phillippine, M.S. 1663 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 2, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 322. PARCEL 9: Harrison, M.S. 1664 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 11, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 307. Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 21 PARCEL 10: Ninety-Six (96), M.S. 1715 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 11, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 349. PARCEL 11: Lydia Fraction, Mabel, Manila, O.K., O.K. Western, Sunny and Whippoorwill, M.S. 1723 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 2 and 3, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 28, Deeds, at page 446. PARCEL 12: William Lambert Fraction, M.S. 1945 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 2, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 1, Deeds, at page 580. PARCEL 13: Band, M.S. 2507 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 2, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 41, Deeds, at page 251. PARCEL 14: Maine, M.S. 2626 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 2 & 11, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 45, Deeds, at page 180. PARCEL 15: Venture, M.S. 3164 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 2, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 62, Patents, at page 72. PARCEL 16: Goth, L-2, L-3 M. S. 3214 Patented Mining Claims Patent Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 2 and 9, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 64, Deeds, at page 284. PARCEL 17: Castle, M.S. 3503 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 17, Township 48 North, Range 3 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 96, Deeds, at page 356. PARCEL 18: Silver King Millsite, M.S. 3563 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 2, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 123, Deeds, at page 166. PARCEL 19: Tyler, M.S. 546 Amended Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 34, Deeds, at page 546 PARCEL 20: Emma, M.S. 550 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded as Instrument No. 209775, records of Shoshone County, State of Idaho. PARCEL 21: Last Chance, M. S. 551 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 1, Deeds, at page 433 Bunker Hill Mining Corp. Page 22 PARCEL 22: Sierra Nevada, M.S. 554 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 11 & 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 1, Deeds, at page 358. PARCEL 23: Viola, M.S. 562 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 619. PARCEL 24: Oakland, M.S. 569 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 11 & 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book A, Patents, at page 235. PARCEL 25: Jackass, M.S. 586 Amended Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 12 & 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 6, Deeds, at page 75. PARCEL 26: Lackawanna, M.S. 614 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 6, Patents, at page 260. PARCEL 27: Skookum, M.S. 615 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Sections 11 & 12, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book X, Deeds, at page 313 PARCEL 28: Rolling Stone, M.S. 619 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 13, Township 48 North, Range 2 East, B.M., and in Section 18, Township 48 North, Range 3 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State of Idaho. Patent recorded in Book 38, Deeds, at page 484. PARCEL 29: Fairview, M.S. 621 Patented Mining Claim situated in Yreka Mining District in Section 18, Township 48 North, Range 3 East, B.M., Shoshone County, State

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