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  • 7337 E. Doubletree Ranch Rd.
  • Suite 190
  • Scottsdale, AZ 85258


Business Description

Tombstone Exploration Corporation (TMBXF) is focused primarily on exploration and development of mineral resources. Tombstone Exploration Corporation has the mineral rights to approximately 14,000 acres of historical mining land in the areas around Tombstone, Arizona and is the largest landholder in the Tombstone Mining District. Tombstone also has the mineral rights to 1000 acres in Mineral County Nevada known as the Eagleville property. This property is a gold rich prospect located in the prolific Walker Lane Structural belt that hosts bonanza grade mineralization such as seen at Goldfield, Round Mountain and Paradise Peak gold districts of Nevada.

Tombstone Exploration Corp. (TMBXF), established to capitalize on today's increasing demand and prices for both precious and base metals, has acquired the mineral rights to approximately 11,500 acres of historical mining land (with additional land pending) and is the largest holder of land in the Tombstone Mining District. Through strategic expansion, the company plans to acquire additional properties, as well as integrate the extraction of precious metals and other minerals.

Tombstone Exploration's management team has positioned the company for rapid production and financial success. Relationships and agreements are in place, properties are in hand and additional properties are under review and being acquired. Initial geological studies have also been completed and indicate that significant financial returns are highly probable. Additionally, initial projections are consistent with geological reports and historical recoveries for the Tombstone District.

The historical nature of mining activities in the Tombstone area and the acceptance of governmental agencies will enable easier startup than in non-mining oriented locations. The primary focus of Tombstone Exploration's operations will be to generate revenue from the production of silver, gold and copper as well as additional base minerals such as manganese, lead and zinc. Successful results from these efforts will provide a strong source of income to further expand operations.


Management Team

Alan Brown
President/Chief Financial Officer/Director

Mr. Brown has invested many years in the development and success of Tombstone. He serves as both its President and Chief Executive Officer. Mr. Brown is to be accredited with steering the company to being the largest mineral rights land holders in the Tombstone Mining District and is now focused on developing the huge resource potential. His extensive background in financial accounting is credited for the success of Tombstone and a number of other successful companies. He is very experienced in corporate mergers & acquisitions, real estate acquisitions and real estate development. Prior to Tombstone, Mr. Brown was the controller of a real estate development company involving multi million dollar projects. Mr. Brown spent many years with a chartered accounting firm on Vancouver Island preparing year end reports and tax planning for a range of companies.

Scott Davis
V.P. Project Manager

A member of the 5th generation of a mining family in Tombstone, Arizona, Mr. Davis has been exposed to the various aspects of mining all of his life.  He has over ten years experience in underground mining and worked as the cyanide recovery plant supervisor for PBR Minerals for another three years.  He has also built, or assisted in building, various small mills and plants.  He has worked for State of Maine Mining Company assisting in the manufacturing of Merrill Crowe Cyanide precipitation plants.  Holding a Associate's Degree as an Environmental Facilities Technician, he has studied electrical controls, HVAC, and mechanical engineering. In addition, Mr. Davis has another 15 years of experience working with heavy equipment and has held numerous supervisory positions in the construction industry. 

Steve Radvak, P.E.
Vice President of Exploration, Director

Mr. Radvak has extensive experience in managing mineral exploration projects in the United States, Canada, Africa and Europe. He has a B.A. Sc in Mining and Mineral Processing Engineering from the University of British Columbia.


Geological Overview

The Tombstone District sits astride a regional NE trending structure. This structure is visible on topographic maps, as well as satellite images of the American Southwest. It is a northeast trending rift structure or shear, traceable from southwest of the Huachuca Mountains of Arizona northeast to Silver City, New Mexico.

The majority of veins and mineralized structures within the Tombstone District and neighboring districts exhibit the same northeast alignment as the above noted structure. In neighboring districts along the NE rift, silver and gold mineralization occur in igneous and sedimentary rocks.  This suggesting ore mineralization is pervasive and of considerable extent along this northeast trending regional rift.

This structural trend of mineralization presents an exploration potential of tremendous magnitude, with precious metals and base metals distributed along and adjacent to the structure.

Geologic evaluation of ore-bearing structures within the Tombstone basin suggest that mineralization similar to that historically mined could support an open pit heap leach operation, such as that conducted by Tombstone Exploration, Inc., circa 1980 to 1985.

Mesothermal replacement deposits primarily of silver, gold, zinc and lead are in the upper Paleozoic section, and copper in the lower Paleozoic section below Tombstone, are thought to continue at depth.

Copper replacement deposits in The Abrigo and Martin Formations, as seen at Bisbee, may be similar to those suspected beneath the West Tombstone/Charleston areas.

Multiple porphyry copper centers are known to occur elsewhere associated with Laramide-age granodiorite and quartz monzonite plutons. One such center, confirmed by deep drilling by ASARCO in 1973-74, occurs near the Robbers Roost, on Company property, where intense argillic alteration and mineralized breccia pipe emplacement are exposed by erosion.

Surface examination of the West Tombstone area reveals there are numerous veins and structures that have not been mined or explored. The close proximity of many of these structures and veins may allow for slot or open pit mining methods, if sufficiently high silver-gold values are carried between.

The high degree of vein wall rock alteration indicates the silver and gold mineralization should extend away from the veins into the wall rocks. Most of the veins observed appear to be fissure fillings within fractured intrusive dikes and sills. Aplite and Andesite porphyry dike rocks appear in fissure veins of the West Tombstone-Solstice area.

Skarn mineralization appears to underlie a portion of the project area. Observed locally, the Skarn mineralization appears to be contained beneath a series of low angle or thrust faults, as seen on the face of the Ground Hog Hill and constituting the Limestone-volcanic contact at the western end of the Carbonate patented lode claim.

The most prominent structures are veins occupying N-NE trending fault zones and shears. Ore appears to have been mined where highly manganiferous vein material is present in the NE structures.

In the west portions of the property, the limestone is altered into rocks typically identified with Carlin-Type Gold deposits. The limestone is intensely silicified and is locally jasperoidal.
This intense alteration was observed to occur in the footwall of a low angle, reverse fault. This is a typical location for the deposition of Carlin-type mineralization, as ore bearing fluids tend to pond or be trapped beneath impermeable rocks or clays associated with these faults.

2012 News Releases

November 15, 2012 Tombstone Exploration Has Received State Approval for Exploration Permits on Zebra Property

September 04, 2012 Tombstone Exploration Corporation Renews Arizona Bureau of Land Management Mining Claims for 2012/2013

March 29, 2012 Tombstone Exploration Corporation's Additional Approved Permits Double the Size of Its 100% Owned Epithermal Disseminated Gold Prospect

February 14, 2012 Tombstone Exploration Corporation Files Additional Exploration Permits Adjacent To Its 100% Owned Zebra Property

February 06, 2012 Tombstone Exploration Corporation Receives 2012 NI 43-101 From SRK Consulting

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TMBXF News: Amended Annual and Transition Report (foreign Private Issuer) (20-f/a) 02/01/2017 06:10:33 AM
#425   Rumors of anything here would be nice. Volume GoldMineTrooper 04/06/17 10:37:22 AM
#424   Set News Alerts at TMBXF - ComstockRoyalty 03/20/17 03:56:44 PM
#423   In the near future back to 1.x cent. undervalue 01/06/17 09:49:39 AM
#422   VFIN sells the sh.. out of it. undervalue 01/06/17 09:45:33 AM
#421   Alan B resigned? Upcoming Eurogas merger? undervalue 11/08/16 12:43:01 PM
#420   Any news? undervalue 02/18/16 02:05:02 PM
#419   Let's try posting that news again (and see ValuePro 08/19/15 08:30:52 PM
#418   "That Court is notoriously slow; a biG money ValuePro 07/29/15 12:58:32 PM
#417   $TMBXF recent news/filings stocktrademan 07/17/15 01:14:21 PM
#416   That Court is notoriously slow; a biG money Speculation 06/05/15 02:57:21 PM
#415   I'm looking for any update/thoughts on the EuroGas arroneous 06/03/15 11:42:41 AM
#414   Absolutely involved. Continue to accumulate size on dips. Speculation 06/03/15 11:36:01 AM
#413   is anyone active here arroneous 06/03/15 10:11:14 AM
#412   $TMBXF recent news/filings stocktrademan 04/23/15 02:12:32 PM
#411   Yes, I thought so too wstreet. With hearyou 09/09/14 02:17:24 AM
#410   I thought they were going to start a wstreet 09/05/14 04:33:24 PM
#409   Can anyone speculate why this is moving down? hearyou 09/04/14 04:22:17 PM
#408   TMBXF looking very strong. New support holding @ Speculation 06/16/14 04:03:46 PM
#407   Resistance at .05 needs to become support at Speculation 05/20/14 01:27:31 PM
#406   Yes this be good really big, Eurogas is wstreet 05/15/14 05:49:42 PM
#405   There's another Action to watch! The Company has alexis62 05/13/14 01:31:41 AM
#404   Can't say for certain, but continuing to build Speculation 05/12/14 04:55:30 PM
#403   Whats going on here.. drill project starting soon?? wstreet 05/09/14 05:24:19 PM
#402   TMBXF The stock is starting to show Speculation 03/28/14 11:17:14 AM
#401   Can you confirm they are commencing a major Sagemen 02/10/14 12:00:43 PM
#400   Somebody is run squashing criscros 02/05/14 03:21:41 PM
#399   Plus the are starting a major drilling operation criscros 02/03/14 11:53:07 AM
#398   TMBXF I don't believe they will see Speculation 02/03/14 09:35:32 AM
#397   Last news release states that TMBXF has rights criscros 02/02/14 04:23:29 AM
#396   LBSR has had a lot of news lately, rich2 07/31/13 07:40:21 PM
#395   You're probably right ........ why is lbsr moving Sagemen 07/29/13 12:30:24 PM
#394   You're probably right ........ why is lbsr moving Sagemen 07/29/13 12:30:12 PM
#393   Could this be related to your neighbor, LBSR? blue4 07/29/13 11:49:20 AM
#392   Volume picking up past week any news? Sagemen 07/28/13 11:31:47 AM
#391   ~ $TMBXF ~ Daily Par Sar Buy Signal Penny Roger$ 07/23/13 07:41:34 PM
#390   "inability to raise financing" you nailed it bro. JackStraw 07/19/13 12:25:20 PM
#389   I follow, do not own. It is in rich2 07/19/13 12:06:41 PM
#388   How is that chart looking for you? JackStraw 07/18/13 09:22:49 AM
#387   Anyone still following this stock? JackStraw 04/16/13 11:31:47 AM
#386   If the reports on potential value are correct JackStraw 02/28/13 11:23:31 AM
#385   According to JackStraw 02/22/13 12:20:35 PM
#384   Good call. JackStraw 01/18/13 01:03:28 PM
#383   So how is that "right around the corner" JackStraw 12/13/12 01:31:46 PM
#382   Looks like this gonna start picking up again TOOL1 11/22/12 09:01:20 PM
#381   NEWS: Tombstone Exploration Has Received State Approval for TOOL1 11/22/12 08:59:06 PM
#380   Well it does say "finalizing"... Should be completed TOOL1 11/22/12 08:56:32 PM
#379   Chart looks pretty darn good imo... TMBXF TOOL1 11/22/12 08:53:46 PM
#378   news volume. still trying to secure financing? JackStraw 11/15/12 10:45:08 AM
#377   If you buy TMBXF you will be down JackStraw 11/12/12 11:15:55 AM
#375   Wow.... been away ....... so we finally got Sagemen 09/12/12 10:44:23 AM