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					                      Executive Overview




              Minatura International LLC
                Offer of Up to 5,000,000 Shares of
                          Class A Units
                          ___________
                   Purchase Price $1.50 Per Unit
                           ___________
                             July 9, 2010


THIS EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER TO SELL OR
SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY ANY SECURITY. ANY SUCH OFFER MAY
BE ONLY MADE PURSUANT TO THE COMPANY’S CONFIDENTIAL PRIVATE
PLACEMENT MEMORANDUM DATED JULY 9, 2010 AND RELATED DOCUMENTS
(THE “OFFERING DOCUMENTS”) AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY
BROKER-DEALERS AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED
BY THE OFFERING DOCUMENTS ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE A HIGH
DEGREE OF RISK.




                              Attention:

                               Tod Turley
                         Chief Operating Officer
                       Telephone: (775.980.1490)
                  E-mail: tod.turley@minaturagold.com
                                       Company Overview
The information set forth herein is only a summary of our business plans. Although we have attempted to include
relevant information in this summary to allow potential investors to understand our business, this is only a summary.
Investors are urged to seek additional information regarding Minatura’s prospects, markets, products, competitors,
legal and tax issues and use of proceeds.

                                 FORWARD-LOOKING STATEMENTS

         This document contains “forward-looking statements” within the meaning of the Private Securities
Litigation Reform Act of 1995. All statements other than statements of historical fact are “forward-looking
statements” for purposes of federal and state securities laws, including, but not limited to, any projections of
earnings, revenue or other financial items; any statements of the plans, strategies and objections of management for
future operations; any statements concerning proposed new services or developments; any statements regarding
future economic conditions or performance; any statements or belief; and any statements of assumptions underlying
any of the foregoing. Forward-looking statements may include the words “may,” “could,” “estimate,” “intend,”
“continue,” “believe,” “expect” or “anticipate” or other similar words. These forward-looking statements present
our estimates and assumptions only as of the date of this document. Except for our ongoing securities laws, we do
not intend, and undertake no obligation, to update any forward-looking statement.

         Minatura International LLC (“Minatura”) is a precious metals company in the business of exploration,
development and, ultimately, extraction of precious metals in Colombia, South America. Minatura is dedicated to
achieving a high return for its investors while adhering to the highest environmental standards in its projects and
creating legacy micro-economies for the communities in which Minatura operates. Minatura controls approximately
633,158 acres of precious metals mining concessions in Colombia (“Concessions”). We believe that our extensive
land portfolio is capable of producing significant quantities of precious metals at economic rates. Our predecessors
have operated in Colombia since 2001 and we have built a Colombian management team with significant “in
country” experience. Minatura has a track record of building strong relationships with local communities and
receiving environmental approvals on its projects.

          Minatura is in the advanced exploration stages of one alluvial gold project (Zaragoza) and is planning to
begin geo-chemical and geo-physic exploration on two potential disseminated deposit “open pit” gold projects:
Alacrán and Anorí. Minatura has one operating underground gold mine and a 100 tonne per day recovery plant
called San Pablo which has developed tunnels to the fifth level of 200 meters deep and has a consistent ore body of
approximately 10 grams per tonne on the fourth and fifth levels. The San Pablo plant is currently not operating but
has operated in the past. We are starting the plant up for operation to begin again in August 2010 for operation for
three to four months to process ore that we have been stockpiling resulting from our development of the mine.

         Our strategy is to establish alluvial mining operations as soon as possible while aggressively exploring our
disseminated deposit, hard rock and alluvial Concessions for major gold, copper and platinum deposits. We expect
to finance our operations through a combination of equity contributions, the sale of partial interests in our various
projects and project finance.

         Minatura was formed in October 2009 to amalgamate the ownership of all of our Concessions in Colombia
held by affiliated entities. The amalgamation occurred as of December 9, 2009 through a series of business
combinations and mergers that took place in Colombia and the United States. Concurrent with the amalgamation,
MINTL received an equity capital infusion of approximately $12.5 million. Minatura currently operates through
two primary subsidiaries: Minatura Gold, a Nevada corporation (“MGOL”) and Proyecto Coco Hondo S.A.S, a
privately held Colombian company (“Coco Hondo”). Minatura owns or controls approximately 88% of MGOL and
100% of Coco Hondo. Approximately 17.3% of our concessions are currently held in MGOL (through its wholly
owned Colombian subsidiary) and 82.7% in Coco Hondo. The Concessions of Coco Hondo and MGOL include the
Projects listed below:


THIS EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER TO SELL OR SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY
ANY SECURITY. AN OFFER CAN ONLY BE MADE BY THE MEMORANDUM AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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Summary of Projects

                                                                                   Size
 Project           Precious                                                                      Contracts(1)       Claims(2)
                                  Mining Type          Location                    Total
 Name              Metal(s)                                                                      (acres)            (acres)
                                                                                   (acres)
                   Gold and                            Puerto Libertador,
 Alacrán                          Disseminated                                     49,117        20,518             28,599
                   Copper                              Córdoba
                                  Gold Quartz
 Anorí             Gold                                Anorí, Antioquia            17,736        2,689              15,047
                                  Veins
 Atrato            Platinum
                                  Alluvial             Atrato Medio, Chocó         33,124                           33,124
 Medio             and Gold
                                  Gold Quartz          Barranco de Loba,
 Bolívar           Gold                                                            55,712        33,894             21,818
                                  Veins                Bolívar
                                  Disseminated         Marmato-Aguadas-
 Caldas            Gold                                                            15,132        13,032             2,101
                                  Carlin Type          Pácora, Caldas
                                                       Montería-Canalete,
 Canalete          Gold           Alluvial                                         9,689                            9,689
                                                       Córdoba
                                                       Nechí-Caucasia,
 Cané              Gold           Alluvial                                         14,018        14,018
                                                       Antioquia

 Certegui          Gold           Alluvial             Tadó, Chocó                 3,954                            3,954

                                                       Roberto Payán-Maguí,
 Nariño            Gold           Alluvial                                         97,164        9,377              87,786
                                                       Nariño
                                  Alluvial and         Nechí-El Bagre,
 Nechí-Sur
                   Gold           Gold Quartz          Antioquia y M/Cristo,       142,736       16,983             125,753
 de Bolívar
                                  Veins                Bolívar
                                  Gold Quartz
 Remedios          Gold                                Remedios, Antioquia         40,041        1,636              38,405
                                  Veins

 Río Quito         Gold           Alluvial             Rio Quito, Chocó            27,073                           27,073

 Río
                   Gold           Alluvial             Samaná, Caldas              10,781                           10,781
 Samaná

 Sipí              Gold           Alluvial             Sipí, Chocó                 54,107                           54,107

 Tolima            Gold           Alluvial             Chaparral,Tolima            26,256                           26,256

 Vegas de
                   Gold           Open Pit             Cáceres, Antioquia          30,111        4,734              25,377
 Segovia
 Vigia del                                             Vigia del Fuerte,
                   Gold           Alluvial                                         4,633                            4,633
 Fuerte                                                Antioquia

 Zaragoza          Gold           Alluvial             Zaragoza, Antioquia         1,776         1,776

                                                       Total:                      633,158       118,657            514,501
(1)        Contracts: concession contracts allow the holder to engage in exploration and exploitation of a specified plot of land.
(2)        Claims: a mineral concession preceding a concession contract which only grants a mere expectation of a right to
           explore and exploit minerals in the defined area once the concession claim is converted into a concession contract.




THIS EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER TO SELL OR SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY
ANY SECURITY. AN OFFER CAN ONLY BE MADE BY THE MEMORANDUM AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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         We have 18 hard rock and alluvial projects with significant potential for significant gold, platinum and
copper deposits at economical rates. With these precious metals trading at near all time highs, we are in a strong
position to aggressively advance the exploration of these projects and maximize their potential.

        We recently entered into an engagement agreement with BNP Paribas Securities Corp. (BNP) to advise
Minatura on various strategies for financing its exploration and development activities. BNP established an office
in Colombia two years ago and is aggressively pursuing its business development in the Colombian mining sector.

Profiling a Few of our Projects

ANORĺ PROJECT

Location & Access

        The Anorí Project borders the Anorí municipality of Antioquia and is approximately 175 km
Northeast of the city of Medellin. Access to Anorí and the project area are good.




Description of Our Interest in the Property

         Our mineral rights constitute approximately 17,736 acres and are located in the Eastern margin of the
Central Mountain range, a mega geologic unit constituted by a Polymetamorphic rocks complex, intruded by
batholiths and stocks. These areas have been identified as important based on the presence of underground gold
mining activity since the colonial period, although there also is evidence of alluvial mining. Mines are present in the
surrounding areas that have existed for more than 100 years and which, like La Constancia mine, have been



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OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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important for the development of the region. The Anorí region was the main gold producing province in Antioquia
in the 1830-40’s.
         Our area has an anomaly of copper and gold disseminated with a wide range between 200 – 400 meters,
and has a length with more than 10 Kilometers. This project has the potential of being our biggest project.
Exploration & Sampling

          The property sits immediately adjacent to a number of local artisanal gold mines with historical mineral
showings. We have identified five areas of anomalous gold mineralization on the property and recently compiled
available geotechnical data on 1:20,000 scale maps, utilizing ARC-GIS software. Previous surface samples
surrounding the town of Anorí returned gold assays ranging up to112.45 g/t (grams gold per tonne) over 1.6 meters
along strike from the adjacent La Constancia vein (a historical artisanal mine). Reported gold assay values yields
for the other four anomalous areas ranged up to 39.03 g/t over 1.0 meters. The results of these sampling efforts
identify the mining area zones where the next level of exploration should be conducted.

         An initial assessment shows high grades, the right conditions for mining, the basic infrastructure and good
security conditions. Since in most cases, we own land possession rights in addition to mineral rights, we are able to
implement adequate security measures along the perimeter that surrounds the operation.

         Preliminary results of independent sampling at the Anorí Project confirm previous results for our own
sampling. Anomalous areas 1, 2 and 3 have been re-sampled. The grab sample assay results received have shown
generally good correlation for the partial results available to date. These partial results are encouraging and are
considered as confirmation of significant gold mineralization. Minatura anticipates releasing the results of the entire
re-sampling program in Q3 2010. Based on the strength of these results, Minatura will continue to further its
exploration efforts on the Anorí Project with geo-chemical analysis scheduled to start in July 2010.

        Geological and engineering consulting firm Watts, Griffis and McOuat (“WGM”), engaged to review and
oversee all of the data compilation, planning and budgeting for the initial regional programs has collected and
overseen independent samples from three anomalous sites. WGM directly collected 49 samples for verification
purposes and supervised the collection of an additional 56 samples by Minatura geologists. All these samples were
submitted to an SGS sample preparation facility in Colombia. The samples collected by WGM have been submitted
to SGS laboratories in Toronto for analysis. The samples collected by Minatura geologists under WGM supervision
were sent to the SGS facility in Peru.

        Analytical procedures for both laboratories included the multi-element package, 32 element ICP 14B using
aqua regia digestion and an AES finish and AU FAA 515 package for all samples on a 50gm aliquot with all
samples greater than 5,000 ppb rerun using FAG 505 package standard. The results from the SGS Peru facility have
now been received. The results from SGS Toronto are still pending.

History of Previous Operations

         At the beginning of the 20th Century, Colombian Corporation Limited, a British mining company, started
the operation of the renowned La Constancia mine which is in close proximity to the Anorí Project. This mine is still
in operation.

Mineralization

        Many gold veins have been recognized, generally filled with milky quartz together with sulphides such as
arsenopyrite, pirite, galena and sphalerite and some free gold. Most of the veins are associated to shear zones.




THIS EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER TO SELL OR SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY
ANY SECURITY. AN OFFER CAN ONLY BE MADE BY THE MEMORANDUM AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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ALACRÁN PROJECT
Location
         This property is approximately 35,438 acres in the rural municipality of Puerto Libertador, Village of San
Pedro, in the Department of Córdoba.




                                            FILES: Claims JCK‐08221, LCP‐08142, LCQ‐16171
                                            Concession Contract HI6‐15311




                                                                      HARD ROCK AND ALLUVIAL MINING




Exploration and Sampling
         We are in the possession of a report “Reservas y Potential en el Proyecto El Alacrán San Juan de Asis,
Cordoba, Colombia” by Hector Vargas C. dated November 1998 which provides an introduction to the resource
potential of area in the vicinity of the Alacrán Project. Mr. Vargas describes a sequence of interlayered volcanic and
sedimentary rocks typical of a type of mineral deposit classified as “volcanic massive sulfide.” The report also
provides details of 11 diamond core drilled holes testing approximately 1,829 meters with as much as 200 meters of
the rock section in depth in one of the holes and a drilling section of 800 meters along the north-south strike of the
sequence. From these drill holes, Mr. Vargas estimated an indicated resource of 6.3 million tonnes grading 0.83 g
Au/t and 0.31% Cu and an inferred resource of 13.5 million tonnes grading 0.46 g Au/t and 0.17% Cu. It appears
that the drilled area may lie within or be approximately close to one of Minatura’s areas. The drilling confirms a
mineralized sequence of rocks striking north-south and extending to Minatura claims to the south.
Mining History
        The gold mining is important in the economy of the Department, especially in the upper half of the San
Jorge River which is characterized by alluvial mining, both on channel sediments, as in the terraces of the main river
and some of its tributaries. There are no permanent holdings and modern technology and are generally used panning
system by washing sand and gravel in summer along the flood plain, the river bed and some terraces, especially
along the San Pedro Creek. In areas of terraces used pumps to produce the collapse of the material, which is
conducted through pipes, where gold is trapped by mercury through mechanical systems and then separated from it
by evaporation.
Geology
         The San Jacinto Belt is conformed by pelagic rock with intercalation of basaltic flows, sometimes
associated with maphic and ultramaphic intrusions. Cerrito Formation (Ngmpc), mudstones, sandstones with
molluscs, shales, sand with calcareous cement, arcillolitas, turbidites, conglomerate with silicified wood. El Carmen
Formation (Ngmc), mudstones with abundant microfauna, calcareous shells, gypsum, calcareous concretions,
macrofossils, sandstone, clayston, coal beds, limestone with fossils. San Cayetano formation (Pgsc), conglomerates,



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sandstones. Cienaga de Oro Formation (Pgoco), conglomerate with intercalated carbonate shale, sandstones, coal,
reef limestone, milestones with fossils, siltstone.
Mineralization
        This property contains a gold, silver and copper deposit, which has been worked on by artisan miners for
more than twenty years in veins and alluvial. This type of deposit corresponds, according to The Mineral Resources
Map of Colombia, metallogenic event that took place during the Cretaceous, the oceanic crust generation in an
underwater environment along an oceanic ridge, parallel with the development of a subduction zone at the western
edge of the Cordillera Central. Within this environment came the formation of massive sulphide (mainly
volcanogenic type), with appreciable amounts of precious metals, which were incorporated into the continent where
these ophiolitic terrain grew during the Cretaceous and Paleogene and Neogene, within the Province Occidental
metallogenic.

ZARAGOZA PROJECT

         The Company has several of its projects in the Department of Antioquia. In 2008, 758,333 troy ounces (26
short tons) of gold were produced in Antioquia, representing 68% of Colombia’s current annual production of 50
tons per year. The largest alluvial gold mining operations in the World are conducted by Mineros S.A. (115,000
ounces per year) and are located in Antioquia throughout the alluvium of the Nechi River, near El Bagre and
Zaragoza. Significantly, our Zaragoza Project is located immediately adjacent to Mineros’ operations.




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             A n tio q u ia  




          The Zaragoza Project is located near Zaragoza, the Department of Antioquia, approximately 259 km
Northeast of Medellin, the capital of Antioquia. The Zaragoza Project is located on approximately 1,775 acres over
the alluvium of the Nechi River. An initial assessment shows high grades, the right conditions for mining, the right
infrastructure and good security conditions. Since the Company owns most of the land within the Zaragoza Project
in fee simple, we are able to implement adequate security measures along the perimeter that surrounds the operation.
The mineralization corresponds to free gold, finesse above 960. Most of the gold can be classified as flower gold

THIS EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER TO SELL OR SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY
ANY SECURITY. AN OFFER CAN ONLY BE MADE BY THE MEMORANDUM AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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with some coarse particles classified as number two and one colors. Pato Gold Dredging Company (“Pato”) mined
this deposit since the beginning of the twentieth century.

         We have drilling data from Pato indicating possible commercially viable deposits on the Zaragoza Project.
In addition to drilling some virgin areas, we are drilling the tailings left from prior mining operations, which may be
commercially viable to mine. Our drilling program includes drilling with two CRS-V RotoSonic crawler drill rigs
operated by two drill masters under contract with SonicSampDrill B.V. out of Giesbeek, Holland. These drills have
significantly outperformed our churn drills in terms of speed and sample quality. As of July 1, 2010, 120 holes have
been completed.

          The drilling program in the Zaragoza Project is being conducted as part of the preparation of an
independent NI 43-101 compliant mineral resource estimate and also an independent SEC Industry Guide 7 report
(collectively, the “Technical Reports”). The Company engaged Watts, Griffis and McOuat Limited to prepare and
complete the Technical Reports together with Mr. John A. Rae, P.Geo, who is operating as the Company’s qualified
person under NI 43-101. The drilling program is being carried out under Mr. Rae’s supervision.

          The RotoSonic drills, which have been brought in to supplement the churn drills currently being used by us,
will greatly enhance our ability to quickly test a large area for resource development. The industry standard churn
drills average only six to eight meters of advance per day, while the RotoSonic drills are expected to obtain a
production rate of more than 30 meters per day per drill. A RotoSonic drill produces a similar sample size as the
churn drill. Based on our early experience with the samples being produced by the RotoSonic drills at the Zaragoza
Project, core recoveries appear acceptable for the resource estimate. A new approach is also being developed by us
to ensure the reliability of the samples produced by the churn drills. Our drill samples from the initial 120 drill holes
have been sent to SGS Lakefield in Canada for analysis.

REMEDIOS PROJECT (including the San Pablo Mine)

Location & Access

        The Remedios Project is located in the mining district of Segovia-Remedios, and is approximately 195 km
due (North/East) of the city of Medellin, which is the capital of Antioquia.

Description of the Company’s Interest in the Project

         Our mineral rights constitute approximately 40,041 acres and include the San Pablo Mine, which we have
been operating since 2001 and some other well known mines with former workings: La Bartola, La Zapata/La
Gabriela, La Poliantea, Chicharrón, and San Joseph. Most of the area is within the batholite of Segovia, which is
well known for its gold bearing veins. The neighboring area has been mined for more than 100 years and many of
the rich veins continue into our mining rights. The largest underground gold mine in Colombia, Frontino Gold
Mines is within a few kilometers of our areas and within the batholite of Segovia as well.

History of Previous Operations

          The area has been mined since the Pre-hispanic period by the natives using artisanal methods. At the
beginning of the twentieth century, the English established a sizable operation called Frontino Gold Mines that was
later bought by an American company. During its history the average grade was approximately half an ounce with
an annual production in excess of two tons of gold. When the Americans left, due to political reasons, the mine was
given to the workers. The mining operations at the mine were recently put on hold so that the Company can engage
in further development and expand the recovery plant.




THIS EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER TO SELL OR SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY
ANY SECURITY. AN OFFER CAN ONLY BE MADE BY THE MEMORANDUM AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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Mineralization

         The vein deposit is classified as a mesothermal, where the sulfides that accompanied the gold are mainly
sphalerite, galena and pyrite. Gold finesse is around 400 and needs to be ground to mesh two hundred in order to
yield above 90% recovery.

Current Status at the San Pablo Gold Mine and Recovery Plant

          At present the underground workings in San Pablo Gold Mine are restricted to the development of the
tunnels to access the ore. The mine works are drifting South on level three, north on level four and downwards on
the incline reaching the fifth level. Level 3 South has a length of 65m, level 4 north 125m and the incline 300m.

          The mineral generated by the development has been stored for further processing. At the moment it
amounts to 4,000 tonnes at a grade of 6 g/tonne. The impoundment for the tailings is full and the plant needs some
repairs and adjustments to be fully operable which we expect to occur by August 1, 2010. We have decided to take
advantage of the mineral available and to process this ore in order to give us more space to store ore from further
mine development and to generate some cash flow for a four month period. We have a few conditioning activities
that are required for the plant including the construction of a bridge crane for the cone crusher, repair of the cone
crusher, installation of the regrinding unit and general maintenance. Additionally, the impoundment is being
expanded and the sterile material relocated.

          On a long term view for the San Pablo Gold Mine and surrounding concessions is to keep developing and
creating levels, reopen the La Bartola mine and develop three levels there, and upgrade the extractive infrastructure
to take production up to 300 tonnes per day. This will require a total modification of the grinding system of the
plant, the expansion of the cons, leaching and recovery system and the construction of a new impoundment.

Building Community Relationships

         The Company has heavily invested in building an extremely “Colombia friendly” company by working
with local and Federal government to maximize community employment, higher local tax receipts, job training and
economic development while deploying ecologically friendly mining techniques and processes. Historically, gold
mining areas in Colombia have been contaminated with mercury and have been subject to scarring strip mining
methodologies. The Company has received very favorable treatment in the pursuit of its mining claims as a result of
its proven reputation.

         The Company acquired an apiary and bee product company that has a joint venture with University of
Colombia, and the Government of Colombia, to do research on beekeeping. Among their efforts is research on how
to produce a less aggressive strain of Africanized honeybees that can produce products at a rapid rate, and are not
subject to the hive disorientation and collapse of the colony that is currently dominant in the United States,
destroying its bee population. The Company employs several hundred families in our Zaragoza Project area where
they tend to the bee hives. We believe that the bee products we will produce are in high demand in and out of
Colombia as a food product, and for a variety of medicinal healing applications ranging from wound healing to
inflammation and chronic disease prevention.

USE OF PROCEEDS
                                           Use of Proceeds
          As of March 31, 2010, the Company’s cash balances were approximately $2.3 million. Together with the
proceeds from this Offering, this cash balance and the net proceeds from this Offering is to be invested and utilized
for repayment of short term debt, exploration expenses, dredging equipment, recovery equipment, drilling
equipment, drilling contract services, consulting services, the purchase of equity interests of minority shareholders in
Minatura Gold (if the Board elects to do so in its discretion), working capital, legal, accounting, travel expenses, and
salaries. Amounts allocated to working capital may be utilized for a variety of expenses including general
administrative expenses, management salaries, consultant expenses, legal and accounting, and travel. The amount of
cash devoted to any of these uses will vary and be dependent upon several factors, including opportunities that may


THIS EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER TO SELL OR SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY
ANY SECURITY. AN OFFER CAN ONLY BE MADE BY THE MEMORANDUM AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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exist and current business conditions. Allocation of the uses of cash will be in the sole discretion of the Company’s
management.



                                              Risk Factors
The Class A Units offered by the Subscription Agreement are speculative and involve a high degree of risk. Each
prospective investor should carefully review the Memorandum and the agreements referred to therein before making
an investment decision. In particular, investors are urged to review the section “Risk Factors” in the Memorandum,
which includes the following risks concerning our business and the Offering:

    •    If we cannot raise capital in the Offering and subsequently when it is needed, we may be required to reduce
         or suspend operations or go out of business altogether;
    •    We are exposed to fluctuations in exchange rates that could have a material adverse impact on the results of
         its operations;
    •    Our exploration and development of new projects might be unsuccessful, expenditures may not be fully
         recovered and depleted ore reserves may not be replaced;
    •    If restrictions on repatriation of earnings from Colombia to foreign entities are instituted, our business may
         be materially negatively affected;
    •    Current global financial conditions may impact our ability to raise the capital required for our planned
         growth;
    •    Due to numerous factors beyond our control which could affect the marketability of gold including the
         market price for gold, we may have difficulty selling any gold even though commercially viable deposits
         are known to exist;
    •    We may be unable to raise enough funds to execute our business plan; this is a “best efforts” offering with
         no minimum offering and no escrow;
    •    If we have incorrectly estimated our mineral resources and future production, our future revenues will be
         materially negatively affected;
    •    Management will have substantial discretion over the use of the proceeds of the Offering and may not
         choose to use them effectively; and
    •    Certain existing equity holders will be able to exert control over us to the detriment of minority
         stockholders.




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ANY SECURITY. AN OFFER CAN ONLY BE MADE BY THE MEMORANDUM AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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                      Summary Terms of the Offering
 The Company:          Minatura International LLC, a Delaware limited liability company.

 Offering              We are offering up to 5,000,000 Class A Units of Member Interest in Minatura at
                       a price of $1.50 per Unit.

                       Of the Units offered, up to 3,719,333 Units are offered for cash at a total
                       purchase price of $5,579,000. The Operating Agreement provides that holders of
                       the Class A Units have a right of participation with respect to any new cash
                       contributions sought by Minatura. Accordingly, our current holders of Class A
                       Units are entitled to contribute additional cash in an amount based on their
                       proportionate ownership of Class A Units. The holders have 30 days from the date
                       this Memorandum is mailed to them to elect to participate in capital contribution.
                       After the expiration of the 30-day period, any remaining unsubscribed contribution
                       amount is available to the holders of Class A Units who elected to participate
                       during the initial 30-day subscription period. If any of the original $5,579,000 cash
                       contribution amount remains unsubscribed by Class A Unit holders after these
                       offers are made, Minatura may offer the opportunity to make cash contributions
                       and acquire Class A Units to new prospective Members on terms no less favorable
                       than those offered to the Class A Unit holders.

                       The remaining 1,280,667 Units are offered to approximately 29 shareholders of
                       MGOL who purchased a total of 384,200 common shares at $5.00 per share in
                       private placements from MGOL. The Units are offered to these shareholders for
                       the contribution to the Company of MGOL Shares. Each MGOL Share
                       contributed has a value equal to the holder’s cash investment of $5.00 per share.
                       Accordingly, a holder of MGOL Shares contributing those shares to Minatura
                       will receive that number of Units equal to the holder’s total investment in the
                       contributed MGOL Shares divided by $1.50. If, as a result of the application of
                       this contribution rate, any of the contributing shareholders of MGOL would be
                       entitled to receive a fractional Unit, the number of Units actually issued to the
                       shareholder will be increased to the nearest whole Unit.

                       The Units will be offered on a “best efforts” basis and subscriptions in any amount
                       may be accepted as received at any time throughout the term of the offering. The
                       offering may be terminated at any time upon acceptance of subscriptions for all
                       Units offered or otherwise in Minatura’s discretion. The offering of Units for cash
                       will continue through September 30, 2010, and the offering of Units to MGOL
                       shareholders for contributing MGOL Shares will continue through August 6, 2010.
                       MGOL may, in its discretion, extend the offering for up to an additional 90 days
                       without notice to investors previously subscribing for Units. The offering may be
                       extended beyond 90 days with notice to persons who have previously subscribed
                       for Units in this offering.

                       The Units are offered pursuant to exemptions from the registration requirements of
                       the Securities Act as provided under Section 4(2) of the Securities Act, Rule 506 of
                       Regulation D, and, if applicable, Regulation S.

 MGOL:                 In early July 2010, Minatura signed an engagement letter with BNP Paribas, a
                       leading global full service financial firm, to advise and assist Minatura in
                       evaluating a broad range of potential financial and strategic transactions to


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OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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                       facilitate development of Minatura’s mineral concessions. Minatura will
                       evaluate various opportunities and options for advancing development of its
                       mineral properties, and the strategy ultimately selected may include a
                       restructuring of MGOL as a private company. Such a restructuring would likely
                       be effected through a board resolution approving a reduction of the authorized
                       capital stock of MGOL by a factor that would allow MGOL to cash out fractional
                       holders in accordance with Nevada law, which would be all stockholders of
                       MGOL other than Minatura.

                       In connection with this cash out, holders of MGOL common stock would be
                       entitled to exercise dissenters’ rights provided for in Sections 92A.300, et seq., of
                       the Nevada Revised Statutes. Minatura is advised that MGOL is pursuing
                       preparation of an independent valuation of MGOL, which MGOL will consider
                       in making its determination of the amount it will pay to cash out fractional
                       holders, but it is not possible to predict at this time what that independently
                       determined value may be.

                       Accordingly, holders of MGOL Shares to which this offer is directed will not
                       have any information on how much they could receive, if they elect not to
                       contribute MGOL Shares for Units and, instead, retain their MGOL Shares to
                       participate in a potential restructuring of MGOL as a private company where
                       such holders receive cash for all of their equity interest in MGOL. The actual
                       cash paid out to stockholders in any such restructuring could be more or less than
                       the cost of their investment in MGOL common stock, and could be more or less
                       than the amount an investor may ultimately realize on Units received for MGOL
                       Shares contributed to Minatura on the terms described in this Memorandum.

 Suitability:          Only those persons who meet prescribed suitability standards may invest. (See
                       “Suitability Standards.”)

 Capitalization:       The Company has authorized the issuance of up to 5,000,000 Class A Units in
                       this Offering. Class A Units are issued by the Company to certain persons who
                       make capital contributions to the Company.

                       Before the Offering 130,061,333 Class A Units are outstanding. Following the
                       close of this Offering and assuming all offered Units are issued, the Company
                       will have 135,061,333 Class A Units outstanding. The 5,000,000 Units offered
                       in this Offering would constitute 3.7% of the total outstanding Units.

                       The Company is authorized under the Operating Agreement to issue Class B
                       Units to individual persons who render Services to, or for the benefit of, the
                       Company. Class B Units are intended to represent “profits interests” as that term
                       is used in Internal Revenue Service Revenue Procedures 93-27 and 2001-43.
                       Accordingly, no recipient of Class B Units will initially have a balance in its
                       capital account with respect to any such Class B Units; provided, however, that a
                       capital account balance could be allocated to the recipient of the Class B Units if
                       Minatura elects, at its discretion, to make such an allocation as permitted by the
                       Operating Agreement. It is intended that Class B Units participate in profits of
                       the Company and appreciation in the assets of the Company from the date that
                       the Class B Units are issued. The Class B Units are entitled to vote together with
                       the Class A Unit holders.

                       From November 30, 2009 through July 9, 2010, the Board granted 9,030,000
                       Class B Units subject to various vesting schedules for each recipient of Class B
                       Units.


THIS EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER TO SELL OR SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY
ANY SECURITY. AN OFFER CAN ONLY BE MADE BY THE MEMORANDUM AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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                       As the Company anticipates selling additional Class A Units to raise capital for
                       its operations in the future after this Offering, further and substantial issuances of
                       Class A Units may occur. Additionally, the Company anticipates issuing more
                       Class B Units to existing and new key employees in the future resulting in the
                       potential further issuance of a substantial number of Class B Units. As a result,
                       persons purchasing Units in this Offering should expect substantial future
                       dilution in their participation in the profits, losses and distributions of Minatura.

 Tax Status:           The Company has not applied for a ruling from the Internal Revenue Service, but
                       is relying upon its own analysis that it will be treated as a partnership (not as an
                       association taxable as a corporation). There can be no assurance, however, that
                       the Company will in fact be treated as a partnership for federal tax purposes.

 Tax Consequences:     The proposed tax treatment of certain items by the Company are in areas where it
                       is possible that the Internal Revenue Service, or state and local authorities, may
                       interpret current laws and regulations in a manner adverse to the Company or the
                       Members. (See “Risk Factors”)




THIS EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER TO SELL OR SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY
ANY SECURITY. AN OFFER CAN ONLY BE MADE BY THE MEMORANDUM AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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                              Summary Unaudited Consolidated Financial Data

      The following tables present summary unaudited consolidated financial data for the year ended
December 31, 2009. We have derived the unaudited consolidated statement of operations data and the
unaudited consolidated balance sheet data from our unaudited consolidated financial statements, which are not
included in the Memorandum. You should read this information in conjunction with the information in
“Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations” included in the
Memorandum.

                                                  As of
                                              December 31,
                                                  2009
                                               (unaudited)

 Consolidated Balance Sheet Data:
 Cash and cash equivalents                      $ 5,287,000
 Advances, deposits and prepaids                    303,000
 Total current assets                             6,285,000
 Machinery, equipment and other fixed
 assets                                             4,021,000
 Mining rights, licenses and other assets           2,447,000
 Total assets                                      12,782,000
 Accounts payables, accrued expenses and
 other current liabilities                          1,182,000
 Long-term liabilities                                 16,000
 Minority interest in MGOL                          2,338,000
 Membership ownership                               9,245,000



                                                  For the
                                                year ended
                                                 December
                                                  31, 2009
                                                (unaudited)
 Consolidated Statement of Operations:
 Revenue                                       $              -
 Operating expenses:
    Consulting fees                                  182,000
    Exploration                                      473,000
    General and administrative                       612,000
    Professional fees                                635,000
    Impairment and write down charges
                                                    1,105,000
    on fixed assets
 Total operating expenses                          3,007,000
 Other income (expense)                              115,000
 Net loss                                      ($ 2,892,000)




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ANY SECURITY. AN OFFER CAN ONLY BE MADE BY THE MEMORANDUM AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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                            Key Management and Directors
Our current executive officers, directors and key consultants are as follows:

Directors and Officers

     Name                                 Age       Position
     Paul R. Dias                         45        Director, Chief Executive Officer
     Tod M. Turley                        48        Director, Chief Operating Officer
     Thomas J. Manz                       61        Director, Chairman of Minatura Gold
     Amin “Andy” S. Lakha                 48        Director
     Juan David Perez                     56        President
     Kelly Barker                         53        Chief Financial Officer
     Claudia Herrera                      33        Vice President, Corporate Affairs and Business
                                                    Development

Paul R. Dias – Director, Chief Executive Officer
Paul Dias is the original founder of the companies from which Minatura acquired its assets. A financier and venture
capitalist with over 20 years of international business experience, he has worked for numerous companies in natural
resources, information technology and alternative health sectors. Mr. Dias has been exclusively involved in the
acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral concessions in Colombia since 2001. Mr. Dias is fluent in
Spanish and English.

Tod M. Turley – Director, Chief Operating Officer
Tod Turley joined the Company as its Chief Operating Officer in January 2010 and became a Director in April 2010.
Previous to that, Mr. Turley served as the Chairman and CEO of Amerivon Holdings LLC, a niche private equity
investment firm specializing in high-growth consumer products and services companies. Earlier, he served for 13
years as a corporate attorney and executive with emerging growth companies. Mr. Turley graduated from the
University of Utah in 1985 with a BA in Economics and French, and subsequently graduated from the University of
Southern California with a J.D. in 1988.

Amin S. “Andy” Lakha – Director
Mr. Lakha has been principally active for the past 15 years in commercial real estate; owning and operating over
five million leasable square feet area throughout the United States having an estimated value of over $1.5 billion.
He is an entrepreneur, founding and heading several corporations engaged in the development, ownership and
administration of real estate investments, as well as various other business interests. Mr. Lakha is a U.S. citizen and
a philanthropist and community volunteer dedicating his time and resources to various charitable organizations such
as the Seattle Biotechnical Research Institute, the Pacific Northwest Ballet and the Seattle Art Museum. He sits on
the board of various companies, financial firms and charitable organizations. Mr. Lakha has a degree in Business
Administration with a major in Accounting from the University of Illinois.

Thomas J. Manz – Director, Chairman of the Board of Minatura Gold
Mr. Manz has over 30 years experience in the building of both private and public companies. He is a Founder and
Managing Member of KMS Development, LLC, a commercial real estate development company, a Founding
Member and Manager of Precast Concrete Technology Unlimited, LLC, a Founder, Officer and Director of
Vertical Construction Erectors, Inc., a Founder, Officer and Director of MMP International, Inc., and a Founder,
Officer and Director of ACS Realty Company, Inc. From 1991 to 1999, Mr. Manz was Chairman of the Board of
Roseville First National Bank, which merged with Western Sierra Bank, a NASDAQ public company. After the
merger, from 1999 to 2005 he was Co-Chairman of the bank’s Board of Directors, and was also during that time a
Director and Chairman of the Audit Committee of Western Sierra Bancorp, a $1.1 Billion bank holding company.
From 1997 to 2005, Mr. Manz was also a Founder and former Director and Chairman of the Board of Pacific Coast
Bankers Bank. In recent years, Mr. Manz has invested in certain of the companies that have sold assets to the


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ANY SECURITY. AN OFFER CAN ONLY BE MADE BY THE MEMORANDUM AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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Registrant and has been actively involved in Colombia and the Registrant’s alluvial mining operations such as the
Zaragoza Project.

Juan David Perez – President
Mr. Perez is a U.S. citizen who has lived in Colombia for most of his life. He has been a consultant to businesses
and the government on numerous alluvial mining and exploration projects in Colombia for over 30 years. From
May 2003 to present, Mr. Perez was a Co-founder of the Promocíon de Proyectos Mineros, a Colombian national
mining company, and also acted as its General Manager for several years. He was also Professor at the Faculty of
Mines in Medellin from 1984 to 2007. Mr. Perez graduated with a degree in mining engineering from the
Universidad Nacional in Colombia and completed postgraduate studies in the UK at the University of Nottingham.
Mr. Perez is fluent in Spanish and English.

Kelly Barker – Chief Financial Officer
Mr. Barker has over 25 years as a financial executive, with his last position as Vice President of Finance with
AmPac Tire Distribution, Inc. a national tire distributor and retailer. Previous to that, Mr. Barker served as the Vice
President/Controller of Metromedia Technologies, Inc., a worldwide printer of large format for the outdoor media
industry. Earlier, he served for Deloitte & Touche as a Big 4 auditor and CPA. Mr. Barker graduated from the
Brigham Young University in 1982 with a BA in Accounting.

Claudia Herrera – V.P. Corporate Affairs and Business Development
Claudia Herrera joined Minatura in 2008; she is an expert in Colombian mining management, mining contracts, and
administrative organization. Ms. Herrera graduated with a degree in Economics from Universidad Nacional de
Colombia in November 1999. Ms. Herrera continued on to Universidad Militar Nueva Granada for her Law Degree
graduating Cum Laude in October 2002. Ms. Herrera has interfaced between the government and private sector in
many negotiations including contracts for Cerejon and Drummond. She is fluent in both Spanish and English.

Our current key consultants are as follows:

John A. Rae – Professional Geoscientist

John Rae has been engaged by the Company to deliver a NI 43-101/SEC Industry Guide Form 7 report for the
Company’s Zaragoza Project. Mr. Rae is a professional geoscientist registered as a member of the Association of
Professional Geoscientists of Ontario, Canada. Mr. Rae is a graduate of Hailbury School of Mines in Ontario,
Canada with over 25 years of experience working in many different areas of the mining industry, including alluvial
gold and platinum mining. This experience includes the design, implementation of process plants and mine
equipment and the management of mining projects from grassroots exploration to commercial production. Mr. Rae
worked for and continues to associate with Watts, Griffis and McOuat, an internationally known geological and
engineering consulting group.

Antonio Lopez - Chief Negotiator and Community Relations
Antonio Lopez is Minatura’s Chief Negotiator and Community Relations expert. Mr. Lopez facilitates clear and
open communication with the local communities and government representatives around Minatura’s areas in order
to address any of their concerns or needs. Mr. Lopez has invaluable operational experience inside Colombia dealing
with local governments and organizing programs to benefit local communities. Previously, Mr. Lopez co-founded
the Northeast Provincial Center of Mining and Agriculture Enterprise, a development agency supported by the
Energy and Mining Minister and the Agriculture Minister for planning and coordinating the governmental programs
and projects of economic development for the mining communities. Mr. Lopez has a degree from the Universidad de
Antioquia in Anthropology.

MTI Holland
MTI HOLLAND B.V. (www.mtiholland.com), a member of the IHC Merwede group, was founded in 1942 in Delft,
Holland. Today MTI, one of the leading consulting, research and development institutes for dredging, dredge mining
and dredging equipment is situated at Kinderdijk, in the centre of Holland and the centre of the Dutch dredging
industry. Originally founded for research and development projects on behalf IHC Merwede only, currently, MTI


THIS EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER TO SELL OR SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY
ANY SECURITY. AN OFFER CAN ONLY BE MADE BY THE MEMORANDUM AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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also offers its consulting services to third parties such as mining companies. With more than 50 years of experience,
MTI has gained access to a vast network of information and capability resources.

Watts, Griffis, and McOuat Limited
Watts, Griffis and McOuat is a Toronto-based firm of independent consulting geologists and engineers that has been
serving the needs of the Canadian and international mining community for over 40 years. WGM's primary business
is the provision of professional consulting services to the exploration and mining industry. WGM has expertise in
every aspect of the mining industry from regional exploration programs through mine development. Services include
project management, institutional strengthening, property valuation, due diligence studies, scoping, prefeasibility
and feasibility studies, remote sensing and GIS services, database creation, validation and management, and mineral
resource/mineral reserve estimation and audits. For more information visit: www.wgm.on.ca.




                                          Corporate Information
All of Minatura’s exploration and mining operations are in Colombia. Our main office in Colombia is located at the
address set forth below. In the United States, Minatura’s offices are located in Nevada. Our main telephone number
is (775) 980-1490. We maintain a website for our subsidiary Minatura Gold at www.minaturagold.com. The
contents of this website are not part of this Executive Overview or the Subscription Agreement and should not be
relied upon with respect to the Offering.
Colombia Offices               United States Offices

Calle 38 No. 63B-65            2831 St. Rose Parkway #265
Barrio Conquistadores          Henderson, Nevada 89052
Medellín, Colombia

Contact Persons for the Offering

Tod Turley                          Paul Dias
tod.turley@minaturagold.com        paul.dias@minaturagold.com
775.980.1490                       702 989.0440




THIS EXECUTIVE OVERVIEW DOES NOT CONSTITUTE AN OFFER TO SELL OR SOLICITATION OF AN OFFER TO BUY
ANY SECURITY. AN OFFER CAN ONLY BE MADE BY THE MEMORANDUM AND ONLY IN STATES IN WHICH THE
OFFERING OF THE SECURITIES IS REGISTERED OR EXEMPT FROM REGISTRATION AND BY BROKER-DEALERS
AUTHORIZED TO DO SO. THE SECURITIES TO BE OFFERED BY THE MEMORANDUM ARE SPECULATIVE AND INVOLVE
A HIGH DEGREE OF RISK.
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