We describe the temporal-spatial distribution of the main Mesozoic metallogenic belts and regions in North China, comprising the Middle Lower Yangtze River valley, the Xiaoqinling-Xiong'ershan (eastern Qinling) and western Qinling, North margin of the North China craton, and southern part of the Daxing'anling as well as the eastern Shandong peninsular and Wulugetu-Jiawula (Manzhuli). After collecting and documenting the precise radiometric age data of the ore deposits there appear three metallogenic pulses, i. e. 190 similar to 160 Ma, ca. 140 Ma, and ca. 120 Ma. Almost all the gold only depoists in eastern Shandong peninsular formed at time of ca. 120 Ma. It is obvious there are two pulses of mineralization at ca. 140 Ma and ca. 120 Ma in the Middle Lower Yangtze River valley, and Xiaoqinling-Xiong'ershan region, where the porphyry-skarn-manto Cu-Au-Mo-Fe and Mo-(W) deposits occurred at the age of ca. 140 Ma whereas the gold deposits and terrestrial volcanic rock related iron deposits appeared at age of ca.