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    How to Identify Valuable Rocks

    by Chris Deziel
    Hiking through the woods or strolling along the beach, you may catch sight of an unusual rock, and -- if it's your lucky day -- the rock may be valuable. If the rock inspires you, there's a good chance it will inspire others, and that gives it subjective value. To see if it has monetary value, test ...
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