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PostPosted: Nov 10, 2015 20:16    Post subject: Spruce claim quartz on pyrite  

Is anyone aware of how many pieces exist similar to this one? There is one pictured in American Mineral Treasures, as well as Rocks & Minerals. They appear quite similar but are listed with different dimensions, as well as different owners. The pocket was known as "Exalibur" according to the text.


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 Mineral: Quartz on Pyrite
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Spruce claim, Goldmyer Hot Springs, King County, Washington, USA
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PostPosted: Apr 25, 2016 05:17    Post subject: Re: Spruce claim quartz on pyrite  

dontgogreen wrote:
Is anyone aware of how many pieces exist similar to this one? There is one pictured in American Mineral Treasures, as well as Rocks & Minerals. They appear quite similar but are listed with different dimensions, as well as different owners. The pocket was known as "Exalibur" according to the text.


I am surprised that no one has answered this request yet. Perhaps it is best to ask Bob Jackson, who found this specimen.

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PostPosted: May 07, 2016 13:42    Post subject: Re: Spruce claim quartz on pyrite  

I did, actually. The answer is 5.
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