The Eliza Silver Project

Hamilton Silver District, Eureka, Nevada, USA


The Eliza Silver Project is located along strike of the Hamilton Mining District, Nevada’s highest-grade silver district, which produced 40 million (M) ounces (oz) silver with grades up to 25,000 grams per tonne (g/t) between 1876-1890.

Information gained from a detailed geologic map indicate that Eliza and the Hamilton District contain high-grade Ag mineralization hosted by the same formation; however, no significant work or drilling has been done on the project in over half a century.

Recent Highlights

In Q3, 2021 Silver Hammer expanded the Eliza land package to 5.52km2, doubling the land claims.

Assay results from an initial 2021 sampling program confirmed the existence of a well-developed silver-rich mineral system, which also shows enrichments in copper (Cu), lead (Pb) and zinc (Zn), suggesting the potential for the existence of a blind copper porphyry.

Recent Sample results include:

  • 1540 g/t Ag, 6.88% Cu, 7.38% Zn 
  • 1410g/t Ag, 5.4% Cu, 9.05% Pb, 2.6% Zn 
  • 450 g/t Ag, 4.89% Cu, 9.04% Pb, 15% Zn 


The Silver Hammer team plans to deploy a new geologic model, which will explore the down-thrown side of the Eberhardt Fault, which separates the Hamilton District from the Eliza Property. The California Mine which was last in production in the 1870s is also located south of the Eberhardt Fault, indicating that very high-grade mineralization can be found within the Eliza fault block.


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