Comstock Mining Inc

Pure Comstock Silver Nevada Sesquicentennial Medallion This limited edition medallion commemorates Nevada’s Sesquicentennial and is the first substantial minting of Comstock Silver since the Carson City Mint closed in 1893.
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Our website not only helps visualize the vast potential of the historically rich Comstock Lode and adjoining properties, it also enables our philosophy of corporate transparency.

We are committed to:

  • Safely and responsibly advancing the greater social and economic potential of the Comstock through long-term development, preservation and restoration.
  • Working openly and cooperatively with the community to create sustainable, positive and diverse opportunities for the greater community, its residents and our employees.
  • Caring about our rich mining and natural history, expanding tourism, and mining in ways sensitive to the unique qualities of the Comstock Historic District.

We hope this provides a better sense of who we are and how we work.  We will continue further updates to our website that will provide more in-depth and timely information on all our activities.

Kindest regards,

Corrado De Gasperis
President and CEO




Dugas-croppedLindsay Dugas

I’m Lindsay Dugas. I moved to Nevada from San Francisco’s East Bay area in 2003. I came to the Reno-Tahoe area on vacation and decided this was the place for me. It was the best move of my life. We have it all here. We are very lucky to have Lake Tahoe, Reno, Virginia City and the Gardnerville-Genoa foothills all within 3 hours of one another. 

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In Memory of Comstock’s Proudest Miner

Randy Harris - Health & Safety Manager
March 12, 1951 - June 19, 2015 


Randy Harris lived off the Comstock for many years, but he always considered this his “home,” the place where it all started. It was 1960 when Randy moved to Silver City with his grandparents, Jerry and Elaine Harwood. Randy’s grandparents bought the Savage Mansion in Virginia City and from the time he was in grade school and throughout his high school years he would always help with restorations after school and on the weekends. Randy always proudly adored the mansion, knowing his special role in preserving such a significant piece of Comstock history.

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Comstock Mining Inc. Visits the NYSE


Comstock Mining Inc. Visits the New York Stock Exchange 
John Winfield, Chairman & Corrado De Gasperis CEO, to Ring The Opening Bell®

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