Teuton 2006 Corporate Update; Del Norte and Leduc Silver Properties to be drilled

Teuton Resources Corp. (“TUO”) (“Teuton”) announces that upcoming diamond drilling programs have been confirmed on its Del Norte and Leduc Silver properties situated in the Stewart-Eskay Creek region of northwestern British Columbia. Teuton has also let out for tender drill contracts on two additional properties, details of which will be announced when complete.

Del Norte

Sabina Silver Corp. (“SBB”: TSX-V), optionee of Teuton’s Del Norte property, has reported plans for a $1,000,000 2006 program, representing double the minimum annual exploration commitment. Sabina will focus on resource development around high-grade intersections from 2005 drilling at Del Norte, including 110 oz/ton silver and 2.08 oz/ton gold over 2.8 feet within a 51 foot mineralized interval grading 0.363 oz/ton gold equivalent (see News Release dated Nov. 21, 2005). The Eskay Creek-style environment at Del Norte contains a variety of promising gold and silver targets in close association with a volcanic-sediment contact.

Sabina has retained Tony Barresi, winner of the 2006 Mary Clare Ward Geoscience Award,to complement the Del Norte technical team. Mr. Barresi’s award-winning PhD thesis is entitled The Tectonic and Petrogenetic Evolution of Early to Middle Jurassic Hazelton Volcanic Rocks in NW British Columbia: Physical and Geochemical Anatomy of an Arc to Rift Transition. His expertise will be brought to bear on the search for Eskay Creek-like deposits on the Hazelton group-hosted Del Norte property. Onset of work at Del Norte is scheduled for mid to late June, 2006, as field conditions permit.

Leduc Silver

Bell Resources Corporation (“BL”: TSX-V), optionee of Teuton’s Leduc Silver property,will drill three targets in the Granduc area. The program is scheduled to begin in May, 2006. One of these targets is called the “Pollux” and lies wholly within the Leduc Silver property. Two others, the South and North zones targets, lie within the core Granduc property that is 100% owned by Bell. A portion of the North zone target laps on to ground controlled by the Leduc Silver property.

The targets all have strong magnetic and EM anomalies that were detected during a 2005Aeroquest airborne geophysical survey. Drilling of the South zone target by Bell in 2005 successfully intersected high-grade copper mineralization, proving the efficacy of the airborne survey. Drill results included intersections of 25.5 ft. grading 2.57% copper and 24.9 ft. grading 2.21% copper

Bell geologists believe the Granduc area has potential to host large tonnage, Besshi-type bodies of which the most notable examples in British Columbia are the world class coppersilver- gold-cobalt deposits at Windy Craggy


“Dino Cremonese”
D. Cremonese, P.Eng.


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