SOURCE: Levon Resources Ltd.

September 11, 2007 07:00 ET

Howlett Research Corp. Publishes New Research Report on Levon Resources Ltd.

VANCOUVER, BC--(Marketwire - September 11, 2007) - Howlett Research Corp. (, a boutique research firm led by Jeff Howlett, President, announced today that it has recently published a research report on Levon Resources Ltd. ("Levon") (TSX-V: LVN) (PINKSHEETS: LVNVF) (BERLIN: LO9) (FRANKFURT: LO9) (

Levon has interests in several gold properties: 1) Congress (50% interest, along with a 100% of a 5% NSR). 2) BRX (50%), and 3) Wayside (100%), all contiguous, with the BRX property abutting B.C.'s Bralorne-Pioneer mining camp, which produced 4.15 million oz. of gold from 7.9 million tons (recovered grade of 17.95 g/t). Levon also holds a 1/3 interest in the 4) Norma Sass and 5) Ruf claims, as well as a 50% interest in the 6) Eagle claims, all located in Nevada's Cortez Trend.

Levon's principal focus is at the Congress property. Whereas the general geology of the project area has long been appreciated by geologists (i.e. porphyry dikes, shears, veining), virtually all major exploration & development has occurred at 3 vein targets (Congress, Lou, Howard) searching for rich, extensive "Bralorne-type" ore shoots (representing epithermal / mesothermal targets). Recent prospecting, sampling, trenching, and mapping now shows that the property is not as narrowly defined as at Bralorne -- for example -- in some cases, mineralization is not vein controlled, but centered on mineralized, sulfide breccia zones within altered feldspar porphyry dikes and sills -- not just in proximity to the dykes. In addition, there are porphyry stockwork vein controls on some high grade Au values. These new observations, combined with the fact that porphyry dykes occur throughout the property, provide potential for larger scale, porphyry gold target(s) not recognized or explored for at Congress in the past.

Levon is now executing its 2007 program at Congress, which includes traverse and detailed geologic mapping, rock chip sampling, trenching, and compilation and integration of all the past property data into 2D GIS and state-of-the-art 3D pattern recognition software for optimum targeting. A drill program to begin testing the newly recognized gold porphyry controls to see if they lead to a porphyry-type gold deposit at the property is being designed.

The report can be found at or at

About Howlett Research Corp. (HRC)

Based in British Columbia, Canada, HRC has been completing company specific research reports for publicly listed companies for several years in a variety of industry sectors. The reports are developed for quality junior- to medium-sized companies that lack adequate research coverage.

HRC has accepted a cash fee of under $10,000 from Levon in preparing the research report which represents the total consideration due. Howlett Research Corp. has not been involved in, nor does it envision participating in any transaction or investment banking business related to Levon. Howlett Research Corp. does not own shares of Levon and does not trade in its shares.

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