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    calcite from the congo

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    minerals

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    Halite

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    rose quartz

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    Canadian amber Found: in various regions of Canada. The term „Canadian amber" generally refers to amber collected in the vicinity of Cedar Lake, Manitoba. Age: 95-70 Ma. (Cretaceous period) Mother-plant: Agathis (Araucariaceae) Colours: red, brown Inclusions: contains many inclusions, mainly flies, bugs, and arachnids Special characteristics: It is found in areas where amber and dinosaur bones occur together.

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    opal geode

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    Terminated crystal of natural Tanzanite

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    Red Beryl from Utah

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    The “Gachala Emerald” Weighs 858 carats. This gem-quality treasure has been called “one of the most beautiful emerald gemstones ever known,” and was discovered in 1967 at the Vega de San Juan mine in Colombia.

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    Fluorite

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    Paraiba Tourmaline in Quartz. Very rare.

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    “Cleopatra Emerald” - 40,175 carts (cts) - Making it the largest emerald in the world.

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    MALACHITE on CHRYSOCOLLA stalactite - Star of the Congo Mine, Lubumbashi, Shaba (Katanga), Congo (former Za�re)

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    Vivianite

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    Blue amber, only found in the Dominican Republic

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    azurite and malachite - arizona

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    opalized and pyritized ammonite fossil - one of my favorite of all mineral forms.. just glorious!

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    gallium is this crazy mineral that has a melting temperature of about 85 degrees fahrenheit so when you hold it, this metal will begin to melt in your hand

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    opalized wood

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    Black Opal - very rare Fishscale Harlequin pattern / Lightning Ridge mining fields in Australia

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    opal

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    Rainbow Rock by BenjaminNeil, via Flickr

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    Honeycomb Calcite Stone

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    A simple tutorial on how to drill holes through small beach or river rocks.

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