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Excellon Resources Inc. (TSX: EXN) (NYSE American: EXN) (FSE: E4X2) Is ‘One to Watch’

  • Excellon’s portfolio currently includes active production at the Platosa Mine, with four additional assets in the development or exploration stages
  • Excellon saw significant increases in production of lead, zinc and silver at the Platosa Mine from Q4 2019 to Q4 2020
  • The Company is advancing a precious metals growth pipeline that includes: Platosa, Mexico’s highest-grade silver mine since production commenced in 2005; Kilgore, a high-quality gold development project in Idaho with strong economics and significant growth and discovery potential; and an option on Silver City, a high-grade epithermal silver district in Saxony, Germany with 750 years of mining history and no modern exploration
  • The Company implements a practical management system that addresses the safety, health, security, environmental and community aspects of mining, as per the UN Sustainable Development Goals
  • Excellon employs a world-class leadership team with a proven track record of successfully managing and developing similar mineral projects across the globe
  • The global market size for precious metals was valued at $193.3 billion in 2020 and is expected to grow to $362.1 billion by 2027

Excellon Resources (TSX: EXN) (NYSE American: EXN) (FSE: E4X2) is a silver and base metals producer with precious metal exploration and development projects in Mexico, Idaho and Germany. Since being founded in 1987, the Company has been advancing a precious metals growth pipeline focused on creating wealth for its stakeholders by realizing strategic opportunities in the silver and gold markets.

Excellon is an active and influential member of the Mining Association of Canada (“MAC”). The Company implements a practical, best-in-class management system that addresses the safety, health, security, environmental and community aspects of its operations, per the UN Sustainable Development Goals. On each project, the Company incorporates MAC’s Towards Sustainable Mining Initiatives and other world-class best practices with the objective of constantly improving its safety systems, training and hazard recognition.

Precious Metals Growth Pipeline

The Company is advancing a precious metals growth pipeline that includes: Platosa, Mexico’s highest-grade silver mine since production commenced in 2005; Kilgore, a high-quality gold development project in Idaho with strong economics and significant growth and discovery potential; and an option on Silver City, a high-grade epithermal silver district in Saxony, Germany, with 750 years of mining history and no modern exploration.

Maintaining and developing this pipeline presents the Company with enhanced opportunities in the expanding precious metals market, which was valued at $193.3 billion worldwide in 2020 (https://ibn.fm/Wdnco). This market is expected to increase at a compound annual growth rate (“CAGR”) of 9% from 2020 to 2027, resulting in an estimated $362.1 billion market size in 2027. Global market demand was calculated at 22,581.8 tons in 2020 and is expected to grow to 36,501.1 tons in 2027, achieving a CAGR of 3.5%.

Excellon reported strong results in terms of both production and average pricing at the end of Q4 2020, including:

  • Silver – 355,581 oz – $24.46
  • Lead – 2,223,465 lbs. – $0.87
  • Zinc – 2,452,728 lbs. – $1.21

Compared to Q4 2019, Excellon’s silver production increased by 37%, lead increased by 32% and zinc increased by 19% in Q4 2020 (https://ibn.fm/l2mfr).

Platosa Mine – Silver, Lead, Zinc – Production, Development & Exploration

The Platosa Mine is located 5 km north of Bermejillo, Durango, Mexico, on a 14,000-hectare property. The mine commenced production in 2005 as an underground operation and is 100% owned and operated by Excellon. The Company is mining massive sulfide ores rich in silver, lead and zinc from a series flat-lying massive sulfide bodies (mantos) in a carbonate replacement deposit system. Historically, the mining method was a modified room and pillar method, which transitioned to cut-and-fill in recent years and overhand-cut-and-bench in 2020. The ore produced from the mine is transported 200 km south for processing at the Company’s 100% owned Miguel Auza mill.

Kilgore Project – Gold – Exploration & Resource Growth

The Kilgore Project is located in Clark County, situated in eastern Idaho in the United States. The project area is 100% owned and operated by Excellon. While still in the exploration and development phase, the primary target on the 13,627-acre site is an epithermal gold system. The property itself has historical mining that dates back to the 1930s, with modern mineral exploration beginning in the 1980s. The Kilgore Project displays characteristics similar to Kinross Gold’s Round Mountain Mine, which has produced more than 15 million ounces of gold since operations began in 1977.

Evolución Project – Mineral Processing, Resource Growth & Exploration

The Evolución Project is located in Miguel Auza, Zacatecas, Mexico, and hosts a large gold, silver, lead and zinc epithermal within a 45,000-hectare property that is 100% owned by Excellon. The site includes a processing facility with a mill and flotation circuit which processes ore from Excellon’s Platosa mine. The facility has a capacity of 800 tons per day, with a 650 ton-per-day ball mill in operation and a second 150 ton-per-day ball mill on standby. Excellon is looking at opportunities for toll milling, expansion and economic study of the mineral resource and grassroots exploration. Importantly, the project covers an unexplored 35-kilometer strike of the Fresnillo silver trend, the richest silver belt in the world.

Silver City Project – Exploration

Excellon holds an option to acquire the 16,400-hectare Silver City Project in Saxony, Germany. Initial drilling results in 2020 confirmed the presence of a high-grade, district-scale epithermal silver system over more than 12 kilometers of strike. The Company is now focused on defining wider zones of mineralization (https://ibn.fm/UKkSY). Silver City was mined from the 11th to late-19th century, until Germany moved off the silver standard in 1873. The deposits in the area were exceptionally high grade, with historical records indicating grades well in excess of 1,000 g/t silver.

Oakley Project – Exploration

The Oakley Project, located in Oakley, Idaho, is an exploration project with land holdings of approximately 7,000 acres. The project hosts gold-silver, epithermal hot spring-type mineralization at two targets: Blue Hill Creek and Cold Creek, and detachment-related gold-silver mineralization at Matrix Creek. The Company has granted Centerra (U.S.) Inc. an option to earn in to a 70% interest by, among other things, spending up to US$7 million in exploration expenditures on the project prior to May 2026.

Management Team

Brendan Cahill is the President & Chief Executive Officer of Excellon Resources Inc. He was previously Vice President Corporate Development of Pelangio Exploration Inc., a junior gold exploration company active in Ghana, West Africa. Mr. Cahill is a board member of the Mining Association of Canada, Group Eleven Resources Ltd., and Kore Mining Inc. He holds a law degree from the University of Western Ontario and an undergraduate degree from the University of Toronto.

Alfred Colas is the Company’s Chief Financial Officer. Most recently, he held the title of CFO of Arch Corp., a Toronto-based private-equity investment firm. Mr. Colas has over 18 years of experience in the mining industry. He is a sitting board member for a housing corporation affiliated with the University of Toronto and is a Chartered Professional Accountant. Mr. Colas completed a Bachelor of Commerce at the University of Toronto.

Paul Keller is Excellon’s Chief Operating Officer. He has over 30 years of industry experience in mining and mine development operations. He previously served as the Senior VP of Major Projects and COO of Trevali Mining. He has experience in building mines from greenfield through permitting, design and operation. Mr. Keller holds a Bachelor of Engineering – Mining from Laurentian University.

Ben Pullinger is the Senior Vice President Geology & Corporate Development for Excellon. Ben brings over 15 years of experience in advancing projects from early stage exploration through to production. Most recently, he was Vice President Exploration at Roxgold Inc., where he made a significant contribution toward growing the 55 Zone at Yaramoko Project into a producing mine. Mr. Pullinger serves on the board of Orford Mining. He is a Professional Geologist (Ontario) and holds an Honors Degree in Geology from the University of Johannesburg.

For more information, visit the company’s website at www.ExcellonResources.com.

NOTE TO INVESTORS: The latest news and updates relating to EXN are available in the company’s newsroom at https://ibn.fm/EXN

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