Blackheath completes first work in Zinn-/Wolframprojekt Bejanca

Blackheath Resources Inc. (TSXV: BHR) (“Blackheath” or the “Business”) announces the completion of the first exploration program in Zinn-/Wolframprojekt Bejanca in the northern center of Portugal, The cinder Blackheath 100 % holds all shares, known.

In the project area are located around the historic main mine Bejanca least seven known historical mining areas and zones of mineralization. The exploration initially focused on first mapping and sampling in the surrounding historic deposits and mining operations.

Some analysis results of selected samples from these areas:

• 2,12 % WO3 beautiful Vale da Fonte

• 1,68 % WO3 bei Mina de Masgalos

• 1,00 % WO3 bei Mina da Bodiosa

• 0,85 % WO3 both Mina Vale Gouro

The samples above were taken apart at a minimum distance of one kilometer. Furthermore, a 3,4 taken km heavy slag sample from the slag heap next to the historic iron-tungsten melt at Mina de Vale Gouro, the ore grade of a 17,85 % WO3 exhibited. The amount of material is not known. (This is a preliminary selection of samples, which are not necessarily representative of the average values ​​per zone of mineralization)

“The results of this initial exploration program at Bejanca make us very optimistic”, erklärt James Robertson, P. Closely., President & CEO von Blackheath Resources. “Bejanca was not only an important historical tungsten production operation; about 2/3 of the total metal output was accounted for by tin. We look forward, the project to explore in more detail.”

While grass-roots exploration in Bejanca Blackheath reviewed a historical economic assessment and resource estimation, Edward von D. Lynton, a technical consultant for mining companies from Glendale, California, in July 1953 was carried out on behalf of Companhia Portuguesa de Minas. The report also contained a historical resource estimate of alluvial and eluvial sandy areas in the range of Bejanca and the nearby reservoir Espirito Santo. According to estimates resulted 6.700.000 Tons with an estimated yield of 16.231 Tonnen Kassiteritkonzentrat (Tin ore), in the round 12.660 Tons of tin were included, and 3.289 Tons Wolframitkonzentrat (Tungsten ore) with a Wolframtrioxidanteil (WO3) of approximately 2.460 Tons. The tin price is currently at 21.000 $ per ton and the tungsten price at around 39.000 $ per tonne of contained tungsten trioxide (WO3). (These estimated resources are not considered standard-compliant resources, have historic character and have not been verified yet by the company of its consultants. Although they are considered to be relevant and are used for informational, but do not meet the current NI 43-101 guidelines and are therefore not reliable).

The following table shows the historical resources are listed according to estimates by Lynton. These historic resources are partly covered by sand, which was caused by the treatment of mineralized greisen in the nearby mining operation Bejanca, and were also partially degraded in the past of craft on a smaller scale, However, the exact extent is not known.

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Those: Preliminary report on the Couto Mineiro because Bejanca, Viseu, Portugal Edward von D. Lynton, technical consultant for mining companies, Glendale, California, 7. July 1953

Reference: These estimated resources have historical character, not be considered as current resources and have not yet been verified by the Company from its consultants. Although they are considered to be relevant and are used for informational, but do not meet the current NI 43-101 guidelines and are therefore not reliable. Lynton (1953) used in the estimates of industry-standard methods, by he made a measurement of the thickness of the precoat in several pits and took a weighted amount of the measured precoat, to determine the dry weight per metric ton of. To determine the recoveries, were seven large-sized samples taken from the site; the weighed dry samples were then drawn over a shaking. The material density was measured by volume and weight of the removed material from the pits, and corrected with respect to the moisture content. The concentrates obtained from the individual batches of samples were weighed after magnetic separation of cassiterite and wolframite. This is the only known historical resource estimate. It is no resource estimate category according to current NI 43-101 assign.

Blackheath plant 2014 sampling by auger or. Backhoe, to the alluvial (secondary) und eluviale (primary) To evaluate material at Bejanca new and more accurate to explore the potential of the hard rock and the veins.

The property Bejanca located in the northern center of Portugal, 12 km northwest of the city of Viseu, and extending an area of 89 Square kilometers. The reduction in Bejanca began at the beginning of 20. Century and was to 1985 continued; due to low tungsten prices, the companies were then closed. The excavated material came from several mining sites, were operated both above and below ground near the surface. The tungsten- Zinnmineralisierung and is found both in rubble zones in old men and in the intercalated in granite hydrothermal quartz veins.

About Blackheath:

Blackheath Resources Inc. is listed on the TSX Venture Exchange, focused on the exploration and development of tungsten deposits in Portugal. The company operates the tungsten projects Covas, Arga and Borralha and the Wolfram-/Zinnprojekt Bejanca. In all four projects, exploration activities are currently taking place. The company led by Blackheath can Primary Metals Inc. – the company was of 2003 to 2007 responsible for the operation of the tungsten mine Panasqueira – already have experience with the mining of tungsten in Portugal.

For more information about the company's activities, please visit the company's website at or. the Company's profile on the SEDAR website at

For the Board:

„James Robertson“

James Robertson, President & CEO

For more information please contact Hrn. Alexander Langer at the Tel. 604 684-3800 oder per E-Mail unter

This press release was prepared by management of the company, who takes full responsibility for its content. Barry J. Price, M.Sc., P.Geo. is a qualified person under National Instrument 43-101 the Canadian Securities Administrators. He has reviewed the technical content of this press release. The tungsten analyzes were performed by ALS Chemex in Vancouver (Canada) using standard ME XRF 05- and XRF performed 10 Assay Methods.

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