* Bid values Cream at C$0.12/shr, 60 pct premium
* Endeavour shrs open up slightly at C$4.24
* Santa Fe Gold bids C$10.2 mln for Columbus Silver (Adds Santa Fe-Columbus deal)
TORONTO, Sept 27 (Reuters) - Small-cap miner Endeavour Silver (EDR.TO) said on Monday it intends to buy explorer Cream Minerals CMA.V in an C$10.6 million ($10.3 million) all-cash deal.
The offer represents a 60 percent premium over Cream's closing price of 7.5 Canadian cents a share on Friday on the TSX Venture Exchange. It values each of the estimated 88.3 million Cream common shares at 12 Canadian cents.
Vancouver-based Endeavour said its offer provides full value for Cream's main asset, the Nuevo Milenio exploration property in western Mexico.
Endeavour Silver shares opened slightly higher on Monday at C$4.24 on the Toronto Stock Exchange, while Cream Minerals shares were halted on Friday at 7.5 Canadian cents.
Also on Monday, Vancouver-based junior explorer Columbus Silver Corp CSC.V said it would sell itself to Santa Fe Gold Corp SFEG.OB in a C$10.2 million all-share deal.
Current Columbus shareholders will receive 0.17167 Santa Fe shares for each Columbus share, and will own about 9.5 percent of Santa Fe on a fully diluted basis.
The deal is subject to regulatory approval and a vote by Columbus shareholders.
Columbus Silver shares last traded on Thursday at 12.5 Canadian cents, while Santa Fe Gold shares dipped 5.41 percent to US$1.05 on the over-the-counter Bulletin Board.
($1=$1.03 Canadian) (Reporting by Julie Gordon; editing by Peter Galloway)