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this may or may not be famous. either way, it's a piece california history that i'd like to rub all over my body.

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California Rubelite Tourmaline by Orbital Joe, via Flickr

Tourmaline (1972 blue cap pocket) Tourmaline Queen Mine (1972), Pala, San Diego County, California, USA Cabinet, 10.5 x 8.5 x 7.5 cm This is "one of those" famous blue-caps from the 1972 pocket - it is in fact a VERY robust, large tourmaline crystal from this pocket with the top color and luster. It has no repairs or damage. Blue-caps come up to market so seldomly that few collectors will ever get a chance to own a great one, regardless of wealth or access.