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  • Nelson Mining Camp
    Renewed Exploration 2010
  • Overview – Nelson Mining Camp
    Aggressive expansion to the south of the Kenville Gold Mine, creating the Nelson Mining Camp.
    Comparison of historical data with today’s geological, geochemical, and airborne data to identify prospects.
    Start of the largest exploration program this area has ever seen.
    2
  • Vision and Objective
    Vision
    Develop the Nelson Mining Camp into a major mine producing gold, silver, and poly-metallic minerals.
    Objective
    Explore the Nelson Mining Camp’s 16,000 hectares identifying any sources of the known gold, silver and poly metallic minerals and expand the Kenville Gold Mine.
    3
  • Strategy
    Compiled historic records
    Developing the Nelson Mining Camp
    Completing geological work
    Completed airborne surveys
    Identified prospective targets
    Continuing exploration
    Began major drilling program July 2010
    4
  • Kenville Mining History
    2010
    Prospecting ended after the six main veins were located.
    All efforts were placed in developing the veins and mining them.
    Nelson Mining Camp
    Between 1890 and 1954
    181,395 tonnes mined
    2,029 kg Gold
    891 kg Silver
    23.5 t Lead
    15.0 t Zinc
    1.6 t Copper
    37 kg Cadmium
    • 2009/10 New Acquisitions
    1945-1952
    Kenville Gold Mine
    • 1936 Venago Veins Discovered
    • 2007/09 Drilling completed 370,000 oz Au Inferred 43-101
    • 2007 Kenville Mine Upgrades
    High grade quartz veins discovered.
    1890-1918
    • 1994-1997 Teck JV – Drill Program
    Duncan United Mines
    • 1992 Kenville Gold Mine Acquisition
    1920
    1940
    1960
    1980
    2000
    2020
    1880
    1900
    5
  • Kenville Mining History
    “The era of quartz mining is at hand.”
    “Let the prospector endeavour to find a pay-chute and sink on it, never leaving the vein.”
    From: 1886 BC Minister of Mines Annual Report
    6
  • History – Silver King Shear Zone
    Host to numerous historic gold, silver, and poly-metallic mines including the Nelson Mining Camp.
    Historic records from Nelson Chamber of Mines include maps, drill logs, assay results, cross sections, and written text.
    7
  • Kenville Gold Mine Upgrades (2007-2010)
    Mine in production-ready State
    Rail system with electric train with flat cars and 2.5 tonne rock cars
    Successful drill program 2007-2010
    43-101 Kenville Mine Level 257
    43-101 Sand and Gravel
    8
  • Fully operational mine buildings, including production and administration
    Crushing operations
    Upgraded rail system through out mine connecting to mill building
    Assay lab on site
    Aggregate production area
    Upgraded roadways
    Advanced Mining Infrastructure
    9
  • Kenville Mine - Prime Location near Nelson, BC
    8km west of Nelson
    Year round access
    Paved roads and highway
    Strong power grid
    Natural gas, running water, air supply
    Large skilled workforce of seasoned miners and tradesmen
    Airport in Castlegar 32 km away
    Picture of Nelson Area
    10
  • Acquisitions – Building the Nelson Mining Camp
    11
  • For the first time the Nelson Mining camp will be explored using state of the art modern scientific methods to test sizable geophysical conductors in prospective areas.
    Modern Exploration
    12
  • 2010 Exploration
    Equity Exploration
    Program initiated June 1, 2010
    Ground Geophysics
    Geochemical
    Soil
    Silts
    Rocks
    Mapping
    Prospecting
    Drilling
    13
  • Airborne Survey – Identifying Anomalies
    VTEM and Aeroquest Aerotem III Surveys
    1749 Line km in April 2010
    Identified five high conductivity zones
    Silver Lynx
    Gold Hill
    Mammoth
    Kenville/Ron
    Mount Nelson
    14
  • 6 km Northwest trending system of isolated conductive bodies
    3 groupings of conductors
    Massive Poly-metallic + Au/Ag
    Southeast – 5 isolated conductors
    Center – 5 conducive bodies
    Northwest – 4 conducive bodies
    Silver Lynx Zone
    15
  • Gold Hill Zone
    4.2 km Northwest trending conductor
    Several gold-silver prospects
    Close proximity along length of anomaly including:
    Past producing Gold Hill Mine and May and Jennie prospect
    16
  • Mammoth Zone
    1.4 km long by 1.0km wide with four separate North-Northeast trending conducive bodies
    The Mammoth prospect located 850m to the North has previously been the focus of limited gold-copper porphyry exploration
    17
  • Kenville/Ron
    The Kenville Mine property hosts the prolific Kenville Gold Mine with numerous high-grade fold veins striking to the south.
    The Ron property is contiguous to the southern boundaries of the Kenville and is targeted for drilling for extensions of the high-grade Kenville veins.
    18
  • Mount Nelson
    New Discovery
    Gold enriched Molybdenum potential
    Grass roots exploration for geochemical and trenching programs
    Drilling to follow
    19
  • Testing sizable geophysical conductors
    2 Phase Diamond drilling and down-hole pulse EM
    Gold Hill
    Silver Lynx
    Mammoth
    Kenville/Ron
    Mt. Nelson
    Phase I drilling underway 1050m
    Phase 2 5000m to follow
    Drill program
    Drill Program
    20
  • Compiled historic records
    Developing the Nelson Mining Camp
    Completing geological work
    Completed airborne surveys
    Identified prospective targets
    Began major drilling program
    Continuing exploration programs
    Summary
    21
  • Share Structure
    Symbol: ASW: TSX.V (ASWRF:OTCBB / AMO: Berlin)
    22
  • Leadership – Executive Team
    Leonard Danard, President & CEO, Director
    20+ years in the resource sector with various senior management positions. Len has been with ASW since 1992.
    Christopher C. Robbins, Vice President, Director
    20 years of business experience in public relations, corporate governance and financing. Director of ASW since 1994 and vice president since 1999.
    Leroy Wolbaum, Director
    Extensive corporate experience and board member of several publically listed companies. Director since 1993.
    Tom Obradovich, Director
    27 year career with a wide range of experience in mining, exploration, development and financing. Co-founded Canadian Royalties Inc. and Aurelian Resources Inc. which found the Fruta Del Norte Gold deposit in Ecuador and was subsequently acquired by Kinross. Currently operates Canadian Continental Exploration Corp. Director since 2009.
    23
  • Thank You!
    This document contains forward looking statements concerning future revenues and expenses, results of operations, and environmental factors that are in some cases considered forward-looking statements. These statements are based on numerous assumptions including commodity prices, exploration results, resource availability, and other assumptions that management believes are reasonable based on currently available information, however management’s assumptions and the Company’s future performance are subject to a wide range of business risks and there is no assurance that these goals and projections can or will be met.
    This document does not constitute an Offering Memorandum and as such is not intended to solicit funds.
    www.anglo-swiss.com
  • Appendices
  • 43-101 Kenville Mine Level 257
    Aggregate Resource – 43-101
    16.5 million tonnes of surface and sand gravel
    Sells between $15-$18 per tonne in Nelson area