Gold Resources - New Carolin Gold Corp.

New Carolin Gold Corp.
* Past Gold Producer &
New Mine Opportunity
Targeting a Multimillion Ounce
Gold Resource
November 2012
* Carolin Mines Ltd, historical database archive doré bar photograph, a junior gold producer from 1982 to 1984. Forward Looking Statements • 
The forward looking statements contained in this presentation are
made as of the date of this presentation and New Carolin Gold
Corp. does not intend, and does not assume any obligation to
update these statements.
Forward looking statements include but are not limited to
statements with respect to the timing and estimated future of mine
exploration and development, the success of such activities,
expenditures, estimated costs, permitting and requirements for
additional capital.
Forward looking statements involve known and unknown risks,
uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results,
performance or achievements of the company to be materially
different from any future results, performances or achievements
expressed or implied by such statements.
An Asset Rich Gold Opportunity • 
Developing the "Ladner Gold Project 150 km east from
Vancouver - potential for a multimillion ounce gold
resource in the under-explored Coquihalla Gold Belt
approximately 144 square km of contiguous claims
3 small past producing mines
Mining permit in place
Gold resource in tailings pond: NI 43-101 of 28,700 oz
Existing permitted tailings storage facility • 
10 kilometers of existing underground mine structure with
NI 43-101 gold resource of 691,540 oz (inferred) • 
30% of mill complex still standing, 1300 tonne/day mill
Potential open pit
Positive metallurgical test work (August 2012)
Market Summary • 
Stock Exchange: TSX-V • 
Stock Symbol: LAD • 
52 week high to low: C$0.185 to C$0.075 • 
Shares outstanding: 52,826,839
Warrants: 4,577,877 av. C$0.16
Options: 3,780,000 av. C$0.11
Convertible Debenture: 12,300,000 (C$0.12 conversion)
Fully Diluted: 73,484,716*
Insider Ownership: 11%
*if debenture exercised
Data as of November 5, 2012
Management & Board Management: Bruce W. Downing, M.Sc., P.Geo.
President and Chief Executive Officer
Over 40 years experience in resource exploration, technology
development and management.
J. Graham Eacott , M.Sc., B.Sc., P.Eng. Director - Chairman Over 40 years hands-on diversified international experience in the mining
and financial industries
Reda Akladios, B.Comm, CMA
Chief Financial Officer Over 25 years experience in all aspects of corporate finance.
J. Graham Eacott , M.Sc., B.Sc., P.Eng. – Director & Chairman Bruce W. Downing, M.Sc., P.Geo. – Director & CEO Richard T. Gillard - Director Jerry DeMarco – Director
Advisory Board Brian E. Abraham, Q.C., LL.B., B.Sc., P.Geo. - Legal Professor David Dreisinger, Ph.D, P.Eng. – Metallurgy/Process
David D. Swisher, B.Sc. – Mining Ed Beswick, P.Eng. – Environment, First Nations Jo Shearer, M.Sc., P.Geo. – Exploration
Reda Akladios, B.Comm, CMA – Chief Financial Officer Chris Hilliard, BA - Financial Robert Thast - Financial
Bruce M. Rykiss – Financial
Ted Weir - Communications Superior Location & Infrastructure Add pic of road sign •  18 kilometres from Hope,
British Columbia, Canada
•  Year round access
•  Access to rail transport
•  2.5 hour drive from
•  6 kilometres from a power
•  Road access from the
Coquihalla Highway
•  Elevation of 800 meters
•  Water on site
History of the Area 1915 – 1941: Ward Mine (1917: 4 kg Au) Emancipation Mine (1916-41: 90 kg Au, 19 kg Ag) Aurum Mine (1930: 16 kg Au, 3 kg Ag) Pipestem (Mine 1935-37: 8 kg Au, 1 kg Ag)
1972 – 1984: Carolin Mine (1982-84 : 1450 kg Au, 109 kg Ag) 1990 – 1997: Exploration by Anglo Swiss 1990-1991
Exploration and mine development by Athabaska Gold Resource
C$ 45 million spent on exploration, development & mining from 1975 to 1997
2000 - 2011: 2002 Tamerlane Ventures acquires property
2004 Tamerlane Ventures options property to CenturyMining
2008 Module Resources options property from Century Mining 2009 Module opens underground, drills potential McMaster open pit area, drills tailings pond
2010 Module begins metallurgical test work of tailings, drills McMaster Zone 2011 Module Resources and Century Mining Corp sign a property sales and purchase agreement for 100% ownership
2011 Module changes name to New Carolin Gold Corp.
Community Advantages •  British Columbia is viewed internationally as a desirable
and politically mining-friendly mining investment
•  Mine site is situated within a thriving mining district
•  130 km west of Copper Mountain s copper-gold mine brought into
production in mid-2011
•  175 kilometres south of NewGold s New Afton copper – gold project
expected to commence production in mid-2012 and Abacus s
Afton-Ajax copper – gold development project
•  Abundance of local skilled workers available
•  Strong roots in local community
•  Member of Hope Chamber of Commerce
•  Ongoing presentations and community outreach meetings
•  Desirable place to live
•  First Nations relationship is established and advancing
Favorable Environmental & Sustainability Profile • 
Not within any designated or proposed park or
environmentally sensitive area • 
No other designated commercial interest other than
logging and mining • 
No known environmental liabilities on site • 
LC50 fish mortality test of flotation tailings conducted by
Lakefield Research in 1996 indicate fish mortality level was
Water sampling of tailings outlet, portals and creeks
indicate no hazardous levels of elements of concern such
as Fe, Cu, Zn, Pb, As • 
No Acid rock Drainage (ARD) - Acid-base accounting
results indicate potential acid consuming material which
mitigates costly handling of waste rock
Baseline water sampling - on going. Most recent sampling:
November 2012
Mining and Metallurgy
10 kms of pre-existing underground Carolin mine
structure • 
30% of mill complex still standing • 
800 level track accessible
850 to 1015 level is ramp accessible Not flooded 2 - 500 ton ball mills
Coarse ore storage Permitted for 1300 t/day Underground rock stability and working conditions
are excellent
Ore is modestly refractory (VG, pyrite, pyrrhotite,
arsenopyrite) Gravity gold recovery Flotation of the sample produced a rougher
concentrate containing 39.7 g/t Au, 7.21 g/t Ag
and 16.7%S at a gold recovery of 91.3%.
The pressure oxidation of the concentrate yielded
an average sulphide oxidation of 97.2%.
The gold recovery achieved in POX-CIL testing of
flotation concentrate is 96.3%. The overall recovery
of gold by flotation-pressure oxidation-cyanidation
combined with cyanidation of the flotation tailing is
Development Plan Carolin Mine project
Increase existing gold resource through surface and
underground drilling programs, in keeping with development
plans for 2013 (subject to financing)
Improve recoveries by utilizing modern metallurgical
processes Investigate various mining scenarios
Initiate PEA on Carolin Mine resource 4th quarter 2013 McMaster Open Pit
Build on NI 43-101 resource estimate of 79,000 oz (inferred)
Initiate surface drilling program 3rd quarter 2013
Initiate PEA at McMaster after 2013 drilling program
Tailings Project – Early Cash Flow Potential • 
Potential near term cash flow
Permitted Tailings Storage Facility in excellent condition
Existing Tailings Storage Facility (TSF) is expandable
NI 43-101 resource report (approximately 60% of TSF)
–  Indicated Mineral Resource in Tailings Storage Facility estimated at 23,700 ounces of gold in 445,378 tons at a cutoff grade of 1.00 g/t gold.
–  Inferred Mineral Resource estimate of 5,000 ounces of gold in
93,304 tons at a cutoff grade of 1.00 g/t gold
Economic PEA completed March 2012
Process tailings resource using portable processing system • 
Target production start date 4th quarter 2013 (subject to
Upside Potential • 
Coquihalla Gold Belt has potential for multimillion ounce
gold resource
-  numerous gold showings which have never been drill tested
-  eight defined target areas • 
Two other small past producing mines may have open pit
–  Emancipation Mine –  Pipestem Mine
Primary drill area (1.2 kilometres) between Carolin Mine
and McMaster –  historic Montana showing (30 ounces gold from 2 tons at
Airborne Magnetometer and Radiometric geophysical
survey completed over 144 sq kilometers of the Coquihalla
Gold Belt. Results indicate 28 kilometres of ultramafic –
sediment gold contact.
Gold Resources
NI 43-­‐101 Resources for the Ladner Gold Property GLOBAL TOTAL = Tailings + McMaster + Carolin = 715,000 ounces Source
Cut Off
Mineral Resources that are not Mineral Reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability Permits • 
Current surface and underground 5 year exploration permits
(MX-7-185) • 
Regulatory authorities indicate amendment to existing mine
permit for future open pit mining • 
Current Water license • 
Mine Permit (M-138) - August 31st 2011
Environmental bond placement C$200,000 - August 31st 2011
Permitted Tailings Storage Facility
Initiated Waste Discharge Permit application – July 2012
Exploration • 
Coquihalla Gold Belt has potential to host approximately 1 million + oz of gold prospecting and mapping of
numerous gold showings which have never been drill tested
Two other small past producing mines may have open pit
•  Emancipation Mine •  4 portals •  600 m underground workings •  Pipestem Mine •  2 portals •  300 m underground workings •  Area (1.2 kilometres) between Carolin Mine and McMaster
has never been drilled
Exploration Exploration Airborne Magnetometer survey
completed over the claim group.
Results show 28 kilometres of
ultramafic (purple) – sediment
(blue) gold contact area. Geological Setting & Mineralization Coquihalla Gold Belt is comprised of northwesterly trending
sub-parallel east and west linears of the Hozameen Fault
system and transected by northeasterly trending faults
•  Tectonics have resulted in numerous shear and dilatant
zones amenable to gold mineralization
•  Host to 5 underground mines and over 15 known gold
•  Gold/Silver ratio varies from 13:1 to 4:1 depending upon
•  Gold mineralization is both lithologically and structurally
•  Several stacked mineralized zones ranging up to 30m in
width showing good uniformity of gold grade
•  Replacement model together with long intervals of
continuous gold mineralization indicating porphyry gold
•  Alteration and mineral paragenesis suggests zoning and
more than one period of gold mineralization
Ladner - Gold Hosts 1.  Stacked replacement gold zones 2.  Gold porphyry areas
3.  Several known and distinct gold hosts
4.  Folded Conglomerates
5.  Vein deposits within Volcanic rocks
6.  Unconformity between Volcanics and Sediments
7.  Disseminated in porous Sediments
8.  Gold zones occur at ultramafic – sediment
contact along major regional Hozameen Fault
Investment Checklist ✓  Potential to host multimillion ounce
gold resource ✓  Five historic mines producing gold
periodically from 1917 to 1984 ✓  691,540 oz. (NI 43-101) inferred
resource estimate at Carolin and
McMaster Zones
✓  Open pit potential at McMaster Zone
(possible super pit to Carolin Mine) ✓  Multimillion dollar historic asset
inclusive of tailings, mill,
underground workings and database
✓  Mine and exploration permits in good
✓  Very favorable location and access to
mining related services & resources,
resulting in substantial drilling,
development and mining economies
✓  Active mine permit shortens path to
–  Many years of development and
millions of dollars invested to date
places NCGC years ahead of
greenfield projects
–  No major permitting challenges
–  Accelerates mine re-activation by
several years and saves CDN $3 to
$4 million in estimated permitting,
environmental impact study and
engineering related costs.
✓  Very low market capdue to prevailing
market conditions
✓  Experienced management and technical
team with Insider ownership at 11%
✓  Potential for near-term cash flow from
reprocessing gold in tailings ✓  PEA confirms viability on tailings resource Ladner Gold Project Due Diligence Links… Development Metallurgy
Tailings Storage Facility
Technical Reports
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W. Downing, M.Sc, P.Geo, Hon FEC Director - President and Chief Executive Officer
[email protected]
+1 778 294 3211
Fax: +1 778 294 3212
New Carolin Gold Corp.
1480 Foster Street
Suite 20
White Rock, British Columbia
Canada V4B 3X7