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Silvercorp Metals Inc.

February 20, 2013 17:30 ET

Silvercorp Intercepts 33.29 Metres True Width Grading 151 g/t Silver, 0.68 Percent Lead, 1.51 Percent Zinc, and 0.30 Percent Tin at Its GC Project

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Feb. 20, 2013) - Silvercorp Metals Inc. ("Silvercorp" or the "Company") (TSX:SVM)(NYSE:SVM) is pleased to report results from the ongoing infill and step-out drilling exploration program at the GC silver-lead-zinc project located in Guangdong Province, China including the discovery of several new mineralized veins.

Highlights of selected intercepts and discoveries:

  • Hole CK2102 intercepted 49.65 metres ("m"), 33.29m true width at the -9m elevation of vein V2 grading 151 grams per tonne ("g/t") silver ("Ag"), 0.68% lead ("Pb"), 1.51% zinc ("Zn") and 0.30% tin ("Sn"), including an interval of 4.81m, 3.42m true width at the -23m elevation grading 525 g/t Ag, 2.06% Pb, 1.99% Zn and 0.87% Sn;
  • Hole CK1831 intercepted 3.85m, 3.50m true width at the 39m elevation of vein V2 grading 460 g/t Ag, 1.20% Pb, 2.95% Zn and 0.86% Sn, including an interval of 1.30m, 1.18m true width at the 39m elevation grading 923 g/t Ag, 0.21% Pb, 1.35% Zn and 1.84% Sn;
  • Hole CK2410 intercepted 3.88m, 3.76m true width at the 107m elevation of vein V15-1 grading 609 g/t Ag, 0.41% Pb, 0.56% Zn and 0.03% Sn, including an interval of 1.16m, 1.13m true width at the 107m elevation grading 698 g/t Ag, 0.63% Pb, 0.79% Zn and 0.03% Sn;
  • Hole CK10450 intercepted 7.84m, 5.76m true width of vein V28 at the 97m elevation grading 359 g/t Ag, 1.55% Pb, 1.09% Zn and 0.03% Sn; and
  • Hole CK2001 intercepted 3.15m, 2.76m true width at the 47m elevation of vein V9W-2 grading 441 g/t Ag, 3.29% Pb, 5.71% Zn and 0.16% Sn, including an interval of 1.40m, 1.23m true width at the 46m elevation grading 661 g/t Ag, 4.80% Pb, 5.98% Zn and 0.27%Sn.
  • Discovery of new veins V25, V26, V28 as well several other new veins (referred to as "New" in tables 1 and 2 below) which have not yet been named.

The purpose of the 2012 GC project surface and underground drilling program was to upgrade the classification of the known resource blocks and further define and extend known vein structures in preparation for mining in 2013.

Using two underground drill rigs to achieve a drill spacing of approximately 25m by 25m, drilling of V2 was focused on an area 300m in length from mine section lines 10 through 30 and 150m in vertical depth from the 100m elevation down to the -75m elevation. Access to V2 at the 20m elevation was gained via the main ramp and existing cross-cuts. In March 2013 Silvercorp expects to have an additional access point to V2 when the exploration ramp reaches the -50 m elevation. Present drill results (as evidenced by drill hole CK2102) indicate that V2 is a thick, continuous zone that would be amenable to bulk tonnage mining. In addition to its thickness, V2 also contains high-grade silver and tin mineralization. For example drill hole CK1831 intercepted 3.50m true width grading 460 g/t Ag, 1.20% Pb, 2.95% Zn and 0.86% Sn at the 39m elevation. As noted in the Company's news release of November 19, 2012, the presence of tin is expected to enhance the economics of the GC project.

Drilling of the V9 vein group (V9, V9-1, V9W1 and V9W-2 veins) was conducted in an area 400m in length from mine section lines 14 through 32 and 150m in vertical depth between the 0m elevation and the 150m elevation using three underground drill rigs. Access to the V9 vein group was achieved via the exploration ramp with existing drifts and cross-cuts at elevations of 150m, 100m, 50m and 0m.

In addition to the V2 and the V9 vein groups, drilling has also further defined vein groups V5, V6, V8, V13, V14 and V15. Veins V25, V26, and V28 are new discoveries. Assay results have been received for 97 drill holes totaling 7,037m of drilling. Additional assays results for twelve holes are pending. In 2013, Silvercorp plans to continue with its infill and step-out drilling program at the GC project and currently has five underground drill rigs and two surface drill rigs on site.

The following tables are highlights of selected intercepts from the V2 and the V9 vein groups including intersections from potential veins and new discoveries at the GC project. To view longitudinal sections, visit the following link: http://www.silvercorpmetals.com/projects/gc-project/longsections

Table 1: Selected Intercepts from the GC project
Drill
Hole
From
(m)
To
(m)
Sample
Length
(m)
True
Width
(m)
Elev-
ation
Ag
(g/t)
Pb
(%)
Zn
(%)
Sn
(%)
Vein
CK1831 89.90 93.75 3.85 3.50 39 460 1.20 2.95 0.86 V2
including 89.90 91.20 1.30 1.18 39 923 0.21 1.35 1.84
including 91.20 92.50 1.30 1.18 38 247 2.16 6.18 0.43
CK2102 141.49 191.14 49.65 33.29 -9 151 0.68 1.51 0.30 V2
including 160.32 165.13 4.81 3.42 -23 525 2.06 1.99 0.87
including 172.37 175.38 3.01 2.00 -32 542 0.90 4.24 1.45
ZK1210 220.51 229.87 9.36 4.68 -88 97 1.35 3.67 0.11 V6
including 225.11 226.34 1.23 0.61 -93 221 6.34 4.16 0.03
CK2002 500.55 507.23 6.68 5.37 -261 246 2.41 4.33 0.57 V7-0
including 503.26 504.53 1.27 1.03 -263 555 0.38 2.66 1.81
including 504.53 505.83 1.30 1.05 -264 331 4.11 9.73 0.51
including 505.83 507.23 1.40 1.13 -265 302 7.16 8.19 0.23
CK1000A 31.14 32.59 1.45 1.36 112 691 0.34 0.46 0.02 V9
including 32.14 32.59 0.45 0.42 112 2190 1.04 1.42 0.06
CK1810 238.93 242.62 3.69 3.02 6 400 6.09 3.21 0.14 V9
including 241.59 242.62 1.03 0.84 4 1020 16.80 5.11 0.14
CK1851 116.63 119.41 2.78 2.47 108 677 0.98 2.55 0.14 V9
CK1852 107.81 109.97 2.16 1.45 68 347 0.18 8.38 0.07 V9W-2
CK2001 172.64 175.79 3.15 2.76 47 441 3.29 5.71 0.16 V9W-2
including 174.39 175.79 1.40 1.23 46 661 4.80 5.98 0.27
CK2410 139.21 143.09 3.88 3.76 107 609 0.41 0.56 0.03 V15-1
including 139.21 140.37 1.16 1.13 107 698 0.63 0.79 0.03
including 140.37 141.42 1.05 1.02 106 1250 0.67 0.86 0.05
CK2613 161.57 162.72 1.15 1.11 104 364 1.24 0.96 0.03 V15-1
ZK10303 133.10 140.70 7.60 3.96 27 189 5.79 3.41 0.18 V28
including 137.60 139.60 2.00 1.04 22 647 20.00 7.56 0.43
CK10450 8.71 16.55 7.84 5.76 97 359 1.55 1.09 0.03 V28
including 8.71 9.77 1.06 0.78 97 538 7.51 3.45 0.08
including 14.96 16.55 1.59 1.17 95 1140 2.13 1.11 0.03
ZK10623 154.75 156.08 1.33 1.07 18 226 5.80 3.80 0.20 V28
CK10650 6.76 8.06 1.30 0.95 97 491 1.98 1.42 0.07 V28
ZK10622 37.85 42.00 4.15 2.94 131 157 0.14 0.47 0.03 New
ZK10703 151.95 153.50 1.55 1.14 22 301 6.27 5.09 0.23 New
CK10850 15.79 23.61 7.82 5.16 87 99 0.02 5.21 0.32 New
CK2550 91.34 93.85 2.51 2.26 104 614 1.19 0.45 0.08 New
including 91.34 92.54 1.20 1.08 104 1130 2.32 0.56 0.03
CK2613 304.48 306.77 2.29 2.20 50 231 3.89 2.77 0.12 New
including 305.86 306.77 0.91 0.87 50 562 9.63 6.36 0.24
Table 2: Assay Results in Addition to Table 1
Drill
Hole
From
(m)
To
(m)
Sample
Length
(m)
True
Width
(m)
Elev-
ation
Ag
(g/t)
Pb
(%)
Zn
(%)
Sn
(%)
Vein
CK800B 53.50 56.11 2.61 1.31 63 103 0.25 0.47 0.02 V23
CK1000C 3.49 4.92 1.43 1.15 108 51 0.08 1.00 0.14 New
ZK1011 127.12 128.20 1.08 1.02 127 85 3.96 2.86 0.28 V6
ZK1011 143.93 145.09 1.16 1.10 144 147 1.70 1.89 0.12 New
CK1100 35.66 37.38 1.72 1.16 68 115 2.76 0.65 0.06 New
CK1100 42.88 50.97 8.09 5.44 62 50 0.22 1.10 0.11 V7
including 49.90 50.97 1.07 0.72 56 215 0.69 5.47 0.26
ZK1110 119.25 122.15 2.90 2.35 43 253 0.46 0.22 0.01 V6
ZK1111 137.16 139.05 1.89 1.22 139 173 0.24 12.55 0.13 New
ZK1210 220.51 229.87 9.36 4.68 -88 97 1.35 3.67 0.11 V6
including 225.11 226.34 1.23 0.61 -93 221 6.34 4.16 0.03
CK1215 27.24 28.83 1.59 1.40 84 210 0.89 0.63 0.09 V7
CK1450 81.76 83.46 1.70 1.36 73 176 1.44 0.50 0.02 V9W-1
CK1550 106.13 107.73 1.60 1.43 58 122 0.75 1.09 0.03 V9W-2
CK1702 59.01 62.51 3.50 2.96 59 86 0.68 1.13 0.06 V2
including 61.91 62.51 0.60 0.51 57 226 2.36 2.87 0.28
CK1703 53.30 54.91 1.61 0.80 48 103 0.08 1.36 0.02 V2-1
CK1703 115.59 118.13 2.54 1.26 -12 148 0.16 0.50 0.44 V2
including 115.59 117.29 1.70 0.84 -12 209 0.26 0.65 0.62
CK1750 139.24 140.74 1.50 1.28 44 91 0.46 2.25 0.12 New
CK1752 186.26 187.83 1.57 1.09 -2 70 0.17 7.18 0.11 V9
CK1810 146.63 148.22 1.59 1.30 63 102 0.19 0.87 0.06 V9W-2
CK1831 81.24 82.44 1.20 1.09 45 106 0.04 1.02 0.30 V2
CK1902 143.95 156.10 12.15 7.14 -32 80 1.93 2.78 0.15 V2
CK2001 161.47 164.87 3.40 2.01 54 104 0.12 1.41 0.01 V9-1
CK2001 214.38 215.83 1.45 1.27 21 74 0.07 1.32 0.11 V9W-1
CK2002 156.15 158.27 2.12 1.72 26 158 0.37 1.37 0.07 New
including 157.15 158.27 1.12 0.91 25 204 0.59 0.88 0.05
CK2002 163.32 165.96 2.64 2.14 20 215 0.77 1.49 0.30 New
including 164.24 165.24 1.00 0.81 19 423 1.47 2.27 0.32
CK2002 192.25 195.73 3.48 2.82 -3 61 0.02 3.68 0.05 V9W-2
CK2015 43.22 44.19 0.97 0.93 132 2,260 1.18 3.27 0.11 V15-0
CK2051 239.40 240.90 1.50 1.33 9 93 0.41 2.04 0.06 New
CK2051 287.20 288.90 1.70 1.50 -20 71 0.21 2.55 0.10 New
CK2201 154.25 155.80 1.55 1.02 105 147 0.50 0.47 0.06 New
CK2212 52.00 54.91 2.91 2.67 129 139 0.06 0.16 0.02 V15-1
CK2212 252.27 252.90 0.63 0.58 35 101 0.04 0.27 0.07 V9
CK2251 122.87 124.22 1.35 0.78 -18 100 0.52 1.80 0.37 New
CK2251 167.74 169.01 1.27 0.73 -60 140 0.30 1.45 0.34 New
CK2251 176.88 181.38 4.50 2.60 -69 99 1.11 2.61 0.31 New
CK2301 71.68 75.53 3.85 9.25 79 71 1.15 1.82 0.07 V2
CK2302 78.41 83.02 4.61 4.30 48 88 2.20 3.35 0.13 V2
CK2302 149.88 153.18 3.30 3.08 3 77 0.12 0.42 0.25 New
CK2350 174.66 176.89 2.23 2.16 100 80 0.54 0.63 0.09 V15
CK2350 239.71 241.02 1.31 1.27 75 208 0.09 1.48 0.09 V14
CK2351 260.93 264.63 3.70 3.44 55 89 0.26 0.82 0.13 V9
including 263.71 264.63 0.92 0.86 54 294 1.01 1.48 0.33
CK2410 226.49 227.49 1.00 0.97 69 248 0.24 7.08 0.15 New
CK2410 292.30 293.34 1.04 1.01 40 113 0.11 0.86 0.08 V9W-1
CK2425 72.84 79.56 6.72 6.38 63 64 0.33 2.42 0.14 New
CK2428 58.15 59.73 1.58 1.34 60 80 0.81 2.76 0.11 New
CK2550 79.02 81.82 2.80 2.52 111 80 0.04 1.37 0.09 New
CK2551 36.86 37.96 1.10 0.73 122 309 0.08 7.37 0.08 New
CK2551 123.05 124.35 1.30 0.87 46 72 0.03 2.41 0.07 V9W-1
CK2613 274.56 275.22 0.66 0.64 60 153 1.33 4.90 0.13 New
CK2650 69.85 71.75 1.90 1.48 123 114 0.04 0.80 0.07 V9W-2
CK2650 121.13 126.03 4.90 3.81 101 57 0.01 3.82 0.21 New
CK2805 127.64 127.84 0.20 0.10 56 156 6.55 5.18 0.00 New
CK2805 184.41 184.96 0.55 0.28 6 55 1.25 1.65 0.01 V8-Branch
CK2805 316.12 319.49 3.37 1.63 -110 131 3.83 3.73 0.39 V15-Branch
including 316.12 317.14 1.02 0.49 -110 226 5.37 5.39 0.32
ZK28001 7.44 8.64 1.20 1.04 98 25 0.02 5.20 0.29 V2
ZK28001 28.12 29.02 0.90 0.78 84 24 0.02 4.06 0.05 V2-1
ZK28A01 10.98 12.76 1.78 1.14 93 44 0.14 5.29 0.17 New
ZK28A01 35.96 37.53 1.57 1.01 70 8 0.02 1.23 0.45 New
ZK28A01 103.68 108.40 4.72 3.02 6 21 0.07 1.87 0.12 New
CK2950 63.65 70.99 7.34 5.09 75 43 0.52 1.42 0.06 V9W-2
CK2950 93.42 94.96 1.54 1.12 68 31 0.05 2.09 0.02 New
CK2950 112.46 123.22 10.76 7.86 63 56 0.10 2.73 0.12 New
including 112.46 113.86 1.40 1.02 63 269 0.37 10.20 0.53
CK2951 71.57 72.98 1.41 1.16 56 101 0.03 2.49 0.23 V9W-2
CK3005 27.02 29.20 2.18 2.07 81 83 1.82 2.04 0.06 V5-Branch
CK3005 50.37 51.27 0.90 0.85 73 36 0.03 3.38 0.04 V5
CK3005 98.12 99.33 1.21 1.15 55 114 1.55 0.82 0.03 V5-1
CK3050 45.09 51.90 6.81 6.17 64 74 1.63 1.72 0.08 New
CK3051 154.25 156.05 1.80 1.39 -35 228 0.21 0.24 0.03 V9W-2
CK3202 9.53 10.30 0.77 0.70 85 53 0.01 9.80 0.23 V9
CK3202 30.05 31.02 0.97 0.88 71 67 0.24 7.34 0.20 V5
CK3202 191.75 196.49 4.74 4.36 -35 99 0.05 0.57 0.07 V2
including 192.95 193.61 0.66 0.60 -36 450 0.24 0.81 0.16
CK3250 97.24 98.06 0.82 0.74 52 60 0.01 5.36 0.12 V5-1
CK3251 54.92 57.93 3.01 2.61 56 79 0.11 2.77 0.06 V9W-2
including 93.50 94.83 1.33 1.15 89 231 4.11 9.61 0.19 V28
ZK10202 113.20 117.45 4.25 2.46 50 54 0.41 3.92 0.15 V28
ZK10301 47.95 51.07 3.12 2.81 122 34 1.28 3.61 0.22 New
ZK10302 53.54 55.40 1.86 0.72 108 64 1.00 3.29 0.29 New
ZK10302 111.60 120.40 8.80 3.40 55 101 1.74 3.48 0.10 V28
including 116.00 117.00 1.00 0.39 51 489 6.80 6.20 0.26 V28
ZK10401 120.04 124.15 4.11 3.72 80 67 1.01 2.56 0.10 New
ZK10401 148.43 149.43 1.00 0.91 60 81 0.66 2.03 0.05 V28
ZK10410 112.55 113.20 0.65 0.46 69 119 0.01 14.85 0.23 New
ZK10411 174.20 178.35 4.15 2.99 2 107 1.80 2.49 0.29 V28
CK10450 172.47 174.07 1.60 1.17 44 94 1.58 2.54 0.11 New
CK10450 195.66 197.24 1.58 1.16 36 107 0.04 1.29 0.22 New
ZK10521 94.57 95.92 1.35 0.96 84 41 0.01 7.06 0.06 New
ZK10521 129.05 136.21 7.16 5.08 55 123 1.61 3.87 0.16 New
including 133.90 135.00 1.10 0.78 51 397 3.08 13.20 0.54 New
including 135.00 136.21 1.21 0.86 50 229 5.93 9.05 0.28 New
ZK10522 31.60 33.60 2.00 1.49 134 181 0.04 1.68 0.02 New
ZK10522 197.73 199.46 1.73 1.29 -23 101 6.82 2.24 0.01 V28
CK10550 8.33 9.27 0.94 0.69 97 89 1.25 1.44 0.07 New
CK10550 14.47 18.81 4.34 3.19 95 144 1.10 3.14 0.06 V28
including 14.47 15.20 0.73 0.54 95 256 0.59 1.04 0.09 V28
including 16.00 16.96 0.96 0.70 94 237 2.50 7.26 0.10 V28
CK10550 154.99 159.82 4.83 3.55 51 50 1.18 1.65 0.02 V26
CK10550 181.42 182.59 1.17 0.86 43 114 2.55 2.13 0.06 V25
ZK10621 125.70 129.60 3.90 1.79 65 99 1.05 3.96 0.07 V28
ZK10622 80.55 81.65 1.10 0.78 94 63 0.03 3.80 0.09 New
ZK10622 102.93 104.13 1.20 0.85 74 97 0.29 0.62 0.02 New
ZK10623 102.86 104.11 1.25 1.01 67 62 0.01 3.95 0.17 New
ZK10623 182.09 183.06 0.97 0.78 -8 105 1.20 4.10 0.07 New
CK10650 21.54 26.17 4.63 3.40 92 86 1.32 0.66 0.08 New
ZK10704 84.00 85.35 1.35 1.14 104 243 0.23 0.77 0.05 New
CK10820 21.33 27.36 6.03 5.35 80 62 0.03 3.85 0.14 New
CK10820 87.43 88.97 1.54 1.37 43 84 0.54 2.47 0.07 New

Quality Control

Drill cores are in NQ size. Drill core samples, from 1.00m to 1.50m in length, or limited by apparent mineralization contact or shear/alteration contact, were split into halves by saw cutting. One half of the cores are stored in the Company's core shacks for future reference and checking and the other remaining samples are shipped in security sealed bags to ALS Chemex in Guangzhou, China (Certification ISO 9001), located approximately 180km southeast of the GC project site for sample preparation and assay.

Sample preparation consists of drying, crushing and splitting of samples to 250 grams and then they are pulverized to 200 mesh. Silver, lead, and zinc in drill core samples were analyzed by aqua regia digestion and AAS finish. Tin was analyzed by fusing with peroxide then by leaching the melt and acidifying to precipitate the tin for AAS finish.

The Company maintains a comprehensive quality assurance and quality control program to ensure best practices in sample preparation and analysis of the drill core samples. Project geologists regularly insert certified reference materials (CRM), field duplicates and blanks to each batch of core samples to monitor the sample preparation and analysis procedures at the labs. The analytical quality of the labs is further evaluated with external checks by sending about 3% of the pulp samples to higher-level labs to check for lab bias.

Data from both the Company's and the labs' QA/QC programs are reviewed and evaluated in a timely manner by project geologists.

Brian O'Connor P.Geo., is the Qualified Person on the project as defined under National Instrument 43-101. He has verified the information and has reviewed and approved the contents of this news release.

About Silvercorp

Silvercorp is a low-cost silver-producing Canadian mining company with multiple mines in China which has paid a cash dividend since 2007. The Company is currently developing the GC project in southern China which it expects will become its next operating mine in 2013. The Company's vision is to deliver shareholder value by focusing on the acquisition of under developed projects with resource potential and the ability to grow organically. For more information, please visit our website at www.silvercorp.ca.

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