Vancouver, British Columbia (October 26th, 2010) - Del Toro Silver Corp. (OTCBB: DTOR) ("Del Toro" or the "Company") is pleased to announce they have expanded the Josefina target at Dos Naciones (the "Property"). Fieldwork completed by the Company was successful in identifying multiple new exposures of veins as well as a historic working that was previously unknown. The Josefina target now consists of a series of at least six sub-parallel veins with the core of the silver/lead system having been traced along surface for approximately 600 meters along strike and over 250 meters wide. Highlights from the 38 samples submitted are channel chip samples from the interior of the Josefina working returning 129g/t silver with 5.23% lead over 1.0 meters and 105g/t silver with 4.21% lead over 0.50 meters. Del Toro is currently completing an ASTER (Satellite Imaging) study on the Dos Naciones property and surrounding mines. The Company will be continuing its field work consisting of detailed geological mapping, trenching, sampling and prospecting towards identifying drill targets. Ian Foreman, P.Geo, is a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101. He is responsible for monitoring, supervision and quality control of Del Toro's exploration programs at Dos Naciones and has reviewed and verified the technical information contained in this news release. About Del Toro Silver Corp. Del Toro Silver is a dynamic exploration company focused on mining exploration of base and precious metal deposits in northern Mexico. The Company's Dos Naciones property is NI43-101 compliant with historic production in numerous areas. The Company continues to advance past work completed by the previous owner, Penoles, to further its Phase I drill program.
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