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Golden Eagle hires accomplished engineering team.

DENVER--(BUSINESS WIRE)--July 18, 1995--Golden Eagle International Inc. (NASDAQ Bulletin Board: MINE) announced today that it has recently retained the engineering firm, Silver Anvil Engineering Corp.

Silver Anvil is principally composed of three established engineers with extensive mining and metallurgy experience.

Roger Neuscheler, president of Silver Anvil since its inception in 1980, specializes in precious metals processing and refinement, with special emphasis on water chemistry, and the solution of environmental problems.

Two recent achievements of Neuscheler include: 1) the clean up and hazardous waste disposal of a 3,000-gallon cyanide spill and 2) process design, equipment selection, installation, start-up, and operation of a plant design to recycle silver and PET from scrap photographic film.

From 1972 to 1980, Neuscheler was a process engineer with Stearns Roger Engineering Corp. in Denver.

He has a B.S. in chemistry and chemical engineering, and an M.S. in chemical petroleum refining engineering from the Colorado School of Mines. Neuscheler is a professional engineer registered in the state of Colorado.

Albert Trites has more than 35 years experience in detailed mapping, exploration, evaluation and feasibility studies of gold, silver, copper, uranium, molybdenum, lead, zinc, mercury and tungsten deposits in the United States and Mexico.

He has also owned and operated a drilling corporation and managed a gold mining operation. Trites has published a total of 11 reports on ore deposits and a series of articles in The Mining Record on geochemical prospecting as a guide to ore.

Timothy Trites, son of Albert, specializes in mine feasibility, design, engineering and trouble shooting. He is a MSHA-registered safety instructor and a Division of Mines registered explosives instructor. He has done work with such organizations as Better Engineering Corp., Covorabous Excavating Inc., Ground Engineering Inc., Echo Gold Corp., and worked as an explosives engineer with Empire Blasting, and Yenter and Sons Blasting Corp.

Ron Knittle, president of Golden Eagle, is delighted with the recent addition, and said: "We are proud to have these men on board with our team. They cover all areas of engineering necessary in mining from geology, to mill design, to precious metals refinement. Most importantly, they provide protection against unprofitable acqusitions, and assurance to our investors of the long-term success of our company."

CONTACT: Golden Eagle International Inc., Denver

Paul Enright, 303/694-6101
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