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Gold Bullion Provides Mineral Resource Estimate Update For Granada

November 15, 2012

VANCOUVER, Nov. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ - Gold Bullion Development Corp. (TSXV: GBB) (OTCPINK: GBBFF) (the
“Company” or “Gold Bullion”) is pleased to provide an updated
independent NI 43-101 compliant gold mineral resource estimate on its
Granada Gold Property, located along the prolific Cadillac trend in
North-western Quebec, 5 km south of the city of Rouyn-Noranda. The
total gold resource at Granada now stands at 2,638,000 gold ounces
using a cut-off grade of 0.40 g/t with 1,605,000 ounces in the Measured
and Indicated categories.

Highlights include the following:

        --  The in situmeasured resource is 946,000 ounces (28.735 million
            tonnes grading 1.02 g/t), indicated resource is 659,000 ounces
            (18.740 million tonnes grading 1.09 g/t), inferred resource is
            1,033,000 ounces gold (29.975 million tonnes grading 1.07 g/t
            Au) using a cut-off grade of 0.40 g/t.
        --  The selected base case in-pit measured resource is 811,300
            ounces (24.992 million tonnes grading 1.01 g/t), indicated
            resource is 354,600 ounces (9.336 million tonnes grading 1.18
            g/t), inferred resource is 11,100 ounces gold (0.449 million
            tonnes grading 0.77 g/t Au) using an effective cut-off grade of
            0.36 g/t based on a Whittle-optimized pit shell simulation
            using estimated operating costs, a 3 year trailing average gold
            price of CAN$1450 per ounce and a corresponding lower cut-off
            grade of 0.36 grams per tonne gold.
        --  Previous small open pits have been taken into account and are
            starting surfaces of optimization while the historical
            production of 51,476 ounces (181,744 sT @ 0.28 oz/sT) from 1930
            to 1935 are included in the resource statement. (cannot
            physically remove from measured, indicated or inferred).
        --  The mineralized system is still open at depth and laterally.

SGS Canada Inc, (SGS Geostat office of Blainville, Québec, “SGS”) are
the independent resource estimate consultants for the Granada project. 
SGS has authorized the release of the following estimates included in
the table below that summarize their block model estimates using
variable cut-off grades:

    |Granada gold deposit In Situ Resource Estimates|
    |Cut-off 0.4 g/t|  Tonnage |Au g/t|      Au Oz  |
    |     Measured  |28,735,000| 1.02 |    946,000  |
    |    Indicated  |18,740,000| 1.09 |    659,000  |
    |    Total M+I  |47,475,000| 1.05 |   1,605,000 |
    |     Inferred  |29,975,000| 1.07 |   1,033,000 |
    |                                               |
    |Cut-off 1.0 g/t|  Tonnage |Au g/t|      Au Oz  |
    |     Measured  |7,810,000 | 2.14 |    536,000  |
    |    Indicated  |5,347,000 | 2.32 |    398,000  |
    |    Total M+I  |13,157,000| 2.21 |    934,000  |
    |     Inferred  |8,600,000 | 2.23 |    617,000  |
    |                                               |
    |Cut-off 2.0 g/t|  Tonnage |Au g/t|      Au Oz  |
    |     Measured  |2,533,000 | 3.76 |    306,000  |
    |    Indicated  |1,869,000 | 4.07 |    245,000  |
    |    Total M+I  |4,402,000 | 3.89 |    551,000  |
    |     Inferred  |3,030,000 | 3.89 |    379,000  |

Note: rounded numbers, base case cut-off >0.4 g/t in bold.

SGS also estimated an in-pit resource within a Whittle-optimized pit
shell using a base case gold price of CAN$1450 per ounce. The table
below summarizes the in-pit resources with the selected base case in
Whittle optimizations:

    |         |In-pit Estimates*|CoG |   Ore    |Grade|     Au  |
    |         |                 |g/t | M tonnes | g/t |     oz  |
    |Nov 2012 |      Measured   |0.36|24,992,000|1.01 | 811,300 |
    | (within |                 |    |          |     |         |
    |claims & |      Indicated  |0.36|9,336,000 |1.18 | 354,600 |
    |Au = 1450|                 |    |          |     |         |
    |  $/oz)  |      Inferred   |0.36| 449,800  |0.77 | 11,100  |
    |         |                 |    |          |     |         |
    |         |       Mea+Ind   |0.36|34,328,900| 1.06|1,166,000|

*Rounded numbers

The in-pit estimate is based on a mining cost of CAN$2.00 per tonne and
a processing cost of CAN$16.00 per tonne (including G&A), assuming
gravity cyanidation treatment of the mineralized material.

Other assumptions include 94.1% recovery of gold in and pit wall slope
angle of 45 degrees in the south footwall and 50 degrees in the north
hanging wall.

Details on the parameters of the resource estimates are as follows:

        --  The database used for Granada includes drilling obtained from
            the 2009-2010-2011 and 2012 from Gold Bullion drill programs.
        --  Most NQ assays reported by Gold Bullion were obtained by
            standard 50 g fire assaying-AA finish or gravimetric finish and
            another fraction by screen metallics at various laboratories,
            ALS Chemex laboratories in Val d'Or, Quebec, Accurassay, Lab
            Expert and Swastika.
        --  The estimates were done using Inverse Distance Square (ID2) as
            the interpolation method based on 1.5 metre analytical
        --  Composites calculations are based on original samples value and
            were afterward capped at 30 g/t.
        --  All estimates are based on a Parent Cell dimension of 10 metres
            E, 5 metres N and 5 metres height with search ellipsoid and
            estimation parameters determined for the mineralized zone
        --  Geological interpretation for the deposit identified one main
            structurally-controlled mineralized domain including higher
            grades within the envelope hosted by conglomerates of the
            Timiskaming group. The estimation of the mineralized domain was
            done in 3 runs where the first required a minimum of 4 holes
            using a maximum of 3 composite per hole within a search
            ellipsoid of 50m by 50m by 5m dipping 47 degrees north, while
            the second run used a minimum of 3 holes within a search
            ellipsoid of 100m by 100m by 10m dipping 47 degrees north, and
            the last run one hole within the domain minimum 3 composites in
            a 200m by 200m by 15m dipping 47 degrees north.
        --  For the classification 4 holes with 3 composites within a 40m
            by 40m by 5m ellipsoid for measured, 3 holes with 3 composites
            within a 80m by 80m by 10m ellipsoid for indicated, the rest
            being inferred.
        --  Underground voids (shaft & drifts) were modeled from historical
            mine plans and adjusted according to positions of drill
            intersections in stopes and drifts. The stopes could not be
            placed in space with accuracy. Historical production from
            underground needs to be subtracted from the resource estimate.
        --  Tonnage estimates are based on rock densities of 2.70
            tonnes/cubic metre.
        --  The global resource estimates using the lower cut-off of 0.4
            g/t Au is emphasized for reporting purposes as this is close to
            the in-pit cut-off estimated for the CAN$1450 Whittle shell,
            which represents the reasonable potential of economic
            extraction in SGS QP's opinion.
        --  Additional details will be provided in the technical report to
            be issued within the next 45 days.

Mr. Claude Duplessis, Ing. of SGS is the Qualified Person who has
reviewed this news release and is responsible for the technical
information reported herein, including verification of the data

About Gold Bullion Development Corp.

Gold Bullion Development Corp. is a TSX Venture-listed junior natural
resource company focusing on the exploration and development of its
Granada Property near Rouyn-Noranda, Québec.  Additional information on
the company’s Granada gold property is available by visiting the
website at www.GoldBullionDevelopmentCorp.com and on SEDAR.com.

“Frank J. Basa”

Frank J. Basa, P.Eng.
President and Chief Executive Officer

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accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
This news release may contain forward-looking statements including but
not limited to comments regarding the timing and content of upcoming
work programs, geological interpretations, receipt of property titles,
potential mineral recovery processes, etc. Forward-looking statements
address future events and conditions and therefore, involve inherent
risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from
those currently anticipated in such statements.





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