Centennial

(NOTE: Redstar Gold Corp observes that a qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify historical estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves and Redstar is not treating the historical estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves).

In 1987 Battle Mountain Gold Company (“BMGC”) identified a volcanic hosted, adularia-sericite type, disseminated gold occurrence and reported a non 43-101, near surface gold-bearing tuff bed delineated by a wide spaced, 5,653m diamond drill program.

An elongate, north-south trending eruptive center was interpreted in the southcentral part of the prospect surrounded by tuffs & flows and capped by a late erupted basalt. The sequence rests on flat-lying Oligocene epiclastic sandstone and rhyolite tuff. BMGC recorded a strong correlation between gold grade and elevated potassium and silica (over 3% K20 as disseminated pink K-feldspar and 48% Si02 respectively) which occurs in both flows and tuffs where altered, whereas [As] rarely exceeds 100ppm and [Hg] rarely exceeds 300ppb except where directly related to faulting.

Centennial, Propalof and Red Cove prospects on Popof Island

Centennial, Propalof and Red Cove prospects on Popof Island

BMGC recognized mineralized fractures in core, but a structural feeder for the mineralization remains an enigmatic opportunity.

Leapfrog model of Centennial deposit (looking due north)

Leapfrog model of Centennial deposit (looking due north)

Full Metal Minerals ran three IP lines over the mineralization which showed reasonable correlation between gold mineralization in drill holes and resistivity. They also identified a 75m zone with > 40ms chargeability near the top of an anomaly grading 18m @ 0.423ppm Au in drill hole CENT-7 which is an exploration target with a potential volume of 75m x 75m, or 1.4Mt for every 100m strike length. Depending upon grade this could increase the known resource by 20%.

Full Metal Minerals IP survey – Line 4250N

Full Metal Minerals IP survey – Line 4250N

(NOTE: Redstar Gold Corp observes that a qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify historical estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves and Redstar is not treating the historical estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves).

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