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PostPosted: Dec 30, 2012 13:54    Post subject: NJ Minerals available for trade  

Greetings. I have numerous specimens of prehnite and various other zeoilte minerals from Paterson, NJ available for trade. I also have many specimens of Franklin and Sterling Hill minerals such as willemite, zincite, franklinite, wollastonite, norbergite, fluorescent calcite, hardystonite, etc. I will trade for just about any type of mineral specimens, preferably a selection of local minerals from your area. I do not collect fossils or cabbing rough. Micro mineral specimens ok too. Thanks for reading! I can send some photos if necessary. Gary
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PostPosted: Nov 09, 2015 09:40    Post subject: Re: NJ Minerals available for trade  

Hi Gary,
i would be really interested in Franklin and Sterling pieces for exchange...
can you send me a pm with you email please...

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PostPosted: Feb 07, 2016 10:45    Post subject: Re: NJ Minerals available for trade  

Hi Gary,

I am interested in your list. I am a swiss rockhound & collector and I swap about 10 years wordlwide. M eMail is ur.schachtler <at> bluewin (.) ch.

nice to read from you
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