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  • 1 Dolly Varden Silver Dolly Varden Silver Corp. Advanced project with clear targets November 24, 2011
  • 2 Dolly Varden Forward-Looking Statements Silver Some of the statements contained in this presentation are forward-looking statements, such as estimates and statements that describe future plans, objectives or goals, including words to the effect that Dolly Varden Silver Ltd. (the “Company”) implies a stated condition or that it forecasts certain results could occur. Because forward-looking statements address future events and conditions, by their very nature they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results relating to, among other things, reserves, resources, results of exploration, reclamation and other post-closure costs, capital costs and mine production costs could differ materially from those currently forecast in such statements by reason of factors such as changes in general economic conditions and conditions in the financial markets, changes in demand and prices for the minerals, litigation, legislative, environmental and other judicial, regulatory, technological and operational difficulties encountered in connection with mining activities, labour relations matters, costs and changing foreign exchange rates. This list is not exhaustive of the factors that may affect any of forward-looking statements. These and other factors should be considered carefully and readers should not place undue reliance on the Company’s statements.
  • This image cannot currently be display ed. 3 Dolly Varden Silver silver story with a gold future
  • 4 Dolly Varden Corporate Structure Silver Dolly Varden Minerals Inc. TSX-V Listed Amalgamation Dolly Varden Twin Glacier Dolly Varden Silver Ltd. Resources Ltd. Silver Corp. Acquisition Private Listed Shell New public TSX-V Listed of mineral company assets only, for $2.5 million moving rapidly to public markets
  • 5 Dolly Varden Dolly Varden – Solid foundation Silver owned 9,400 hectares (94 Km2) 4 historically active mines Under-explored sectors Native land claims settled surrounded by world-class projects
  • 6 Dolly Varden Dolly Varden – Rich history Silver Oz Ag* Historically active property Well understood targets *Historic production Region with world-class projects Catalysts for higher valuation Experienced management team potential for a rich future
  • 7 Dolly Varden Located in Northwestern BC Silver Eskay Creek Major nearby projects: KSM (Kerr) Brucejack - Snowfields Eskay Creek (Barrick) Historic Production 3.6MM oz Au + 180MM oz Ag Silbak Premier Brucejack (Pretium) 8.2MM oz Au + 116.2MM oz Ag BC Moly Silback Premier (Ascot) Historic Production Dolly Varden 1.9MM oz Au + 42.8MM oz Ag Kerr-Sulphurets (Seabridge Gold) 38.5MM oz Au + 214MM oz Ag BC Moly (Avanti) BC region capturing new interest
  • 8 Dolly Varden Located in the Stewart Complex Silver Eskay Creek Hazelton Group Arc assemblage (green) KSM(Kerr) Brucejack Host to base and precious metal deposits 220M+ oz Ag produced historically Granduc Silbak-Premier 7M+ oz Au produced historically Wolf Torbrit Dolly Varden / High sulphidation VMS occurs in the North Star youngest Hazelton group rocks Big Bulk BC Moly typical mineralization for the region
  • 9 Dolly Varden Abundant local precious metals Silver 20M oz Ag produced at Dolly 3.6M oz Au and 180M oz Ag Varden + Au Potential produced at Eskay Creek Only 3% of property explored in detail
  • 10 Dolly Varden Au-Ag-VMS are company makers Silver Deposit Operator Country Tonnage Grade Au(g/t) Ag(g/t) Cu(%) Pb(%) Zn(%) Canadian VMS Deposits Eskay Creek Barrick Canada 2.5 44.4 2087.7 — — — LaRonge Agnico Eagle Canada 43.5 4.2 52.1 0.3 — 2.7 Horne Noranda Mines Canada 54.3 6.1 13.0 2.2 — — Bousquet Agnico Eagle Canada 29.7 5.3 2.1 — — — International VMS Deposits Hassai La Mancha Sudan 6.2 10.0 — — — — Greens Creek Hecla USA - Alaska 11.2 4.2 560.9 0.0 4.1 10.9 Abyz Kazakhmys Kazakhstan 4.4 6.5 61.0 2.1 — 5.4 Boliden AB Boliden Sweden 8.3 15.1 48.3 1.4 — — Norton Mt. Morgan Australia 80.7 3.7 0.7 0.7 — — Goldfields Precious metal rich - VMS deposits with similar attributes
  • 11 Dolly Varden Excellent infrastructure – via Alice Arm Silver 2011 Logistics base and camp located in the settlement of Alice Arm Property is 30 Km from tidewater at Alice Arm 30 Km from power grid Access to rail and deepwater shipping All-weather road access 7 Km of underground development Good logistics for rehabilitation, development, and new exploration
  • 12 Dolly Varden Foundation for Dolly Varden’s plans Silver $ Spent since 631 diamond drill holes 1980 44,090 meters total 7 km underground M+ development 1980’s Engineering studies on mine, mill, and tailings Historical resource estimate*: design 5.7M oz Ag Proven + Probable 2010 Airborne geophysical 8.8M oz Ag Possible survey - 942 line km *Not NI 43-101 compliant, Derry Michener Booth & Wahl (1986) 2011 Drill program of 4600m in 21 holes extensively mapped by current management
  • 13 Dolly Varden Historic Mineral Resources* Silver S.I. (Metric) Units Imperial Units Historic  Location  Resource  Grade: Grade:  Contained: Contained: Classification  Tonnes Short Tons Ag(oz/ton) Ag (g/t) Ag (t) Ag (oz) Diluted Torbrit Mine & Wolf  Possible  886,826  308.3 273.4 977,559  9.0 8,790,731  No. 2  Zone Dolly Varden Mine, Proven &  North Star Mine &  467,519  378.6 177.1 515,351  11.1 5,690,331  Probable Wolf Mine *Not 43-101 compliant Derry Michener Booth & Wahl (1986) basis for re-starting underground exploration and expanding resources
  • 14 Dolly Varden Size comparison to Eskay Creek Silver Dolly Varden footwall alteration & exhalite deposit footprint much larger
  • 15 Dolly Varden Common attributes Silver 120 km Dolly Varden Trend Eskay Creek Trend VMS footprint VMS footprint Stronger feeder system High sulphidation Thick Ag rich distal exhalite Thin exhalite, anomalous High sulphidation Hazelton group formation Hazelton group formation 3 km strike length 8 km strike length 180 M oz Ag production 20 M oz Ag production, to 1959 3.6 M oz Au production compelling similarities
  • 16 Dolly Varden VMS exploration target Silver Eskay Creek Deposit Model with comparable geological features at Dolly Varden vertical footwall feeders mineralize horizontal ocean-floor strata
  • 17 Dolly Varden Creating significant additional value Silver Targeted exploration programs 1. Validation and 2. Identification of new expansion of historical Eskay type deposits resource estimates clear targets
  • 18 Validation of historical Dolly Varden mineral resources Silver Looking NNW Wolf Mine North Star Mine Torbrit Mine 4 targets Mineralization zones of 5-20m true widths Dolly Varden Mine Potential for high grade silver at depth Focus on Wolf and Torbrit zone potential for mineral resource upgrade
  • 19 Dolly Varden New deposit identification Silver Looking NNW Wolf Mine Surprise 3D map-red zone Largest alteration trend in district: 5km strike length Dolly Varden Mine on Property Potential for gold-silver VMS at depth beneath intense Red Point alteration zone. potential for new Eskay Creek
  • Dolly VardenMilestones Silver • NI 43-101 Technical Report completedQ2/11 • Airborne survey completed • Work camp constructed in Alice ArmQ3/11 • Surface drilling program, 4600m drilled • Scope rehabilitation of underground workingsQ4/11 • Surface drill results • Progress reportingQ1/12 • Planning and permitting for road construction • Design of 2012 Exploration ProgramQ2/12 • NI 43-101 Resource Estimate catalysts for value creation
  • Dolly Varden2011 Exploration Program SilverDolly • Surface of Dolly Varden & North Star mapped • Portals re-opened and surveyedVarden • Work camp constructed in Alice ArmTorbrit • BC Land Surveyors verified Torbrit mine grid on surface & U/G • Rehabilitation of underground workings scoped • Surface of Wolf mapped and historic drill hole collars located BC Land Surveyors verified Wolf mine gridWolf • • 4600 m of diamond drilling in 21 holes • Step-out and verification diamond drill intersections obtained • Surface geological mapping and samplingRed Point • BC Land Surveyors verified 1989-90 trenching and drill collars catalysts for value creation
  • 22 Dolly Varden Wolf Mine Helicopter Supported Diamond Drilling Silver
  • 23 Dolly Varden Wolf Mine Silver Three zones Vein and Stratibound styles Hydrothermal breccias 2011 drilling indicates native silver and silver-bearing sulphides Assays pending
  • 24 Dolly Varden Wolf Longitudinal Projection 2011 Drilling Silver
  • 25 Dolly Varden Why now? Silver • New consolidated property ownership • Management with regional experience in precious metal rich VMS deposits • New strategy targets two opportunities • High precious metal prices catalyst for valuation time is right for a future Ag producer with Eskay creek potential
  • 26 Dolly Varden Experienced management team Silver John King Burns • Former CFO of Drexel Burnham Lambert Commodity Group • Former managing director of Barclays Metals Group Chairman • Extensive capital markets experience • Extensive resource sector experience Ron Nichols • 30+ years of exploration experience (20 years with Cominco) • Recently re-started silver-copper-lead-zinc La Negra Mine President • Coordinated feasibility study and financing to re-start Shafter Mine P. Eng • Involved in delineation of Valley Copper and Snip Mines in BC Paul McGuigan • Principal of Cambria Geosciences • 35+ years of experience in mineral exploration and mining operations VP of Exploration • Active in BC exploration since 1975 P. Geo Allen Ambrose • 30+ years of exploration and mining experience • Co-discoverer of Brisas del Cuyuni gold deposit Director • Director/Co-founder of multiple resource companies including Minera P. Geo Andes Theo Sanidas • 10+ years of mining industry experience • Extensive capital markets background Director • Experience with M&A, financing and corporate restructuring activities
  • Dolly VardenQuestions SilverRon NicholsPresidentDolly Varden Silver778 999 2544Paul McGuiganVice PresidentDolly Varden Silver604 261 1641 27