We use cookies to show content based on your preferences. If you continue to browse you accept their use and installation. More information. >

FMF - Friends of Minerals Forum, discussion and message board
The place to share your mineralogical experiences


Spanish message board






Newest topics and users posts
02 Jul-14:58:25 The mizunaka collection - calcite with pyrite (Am Mizunaka)
02 Jul-14:44:48 Sainte-marie-aux-mines 2022 - the new discoveries (1) (Jordi Fabre)
01 Jul-16:16:08 Re: pyromorphite and ...? (Colin Robinson)
01 Jul-13:56:47 Re: twinned topaz? (John S. White)
01 Jul-12:20:34 Re: pyromorphite and ...? (Forrestblyth)
01 Jul-11:34:01 Re: caldbeck cumbria mineral (Forrestblyth)
01 Jul-11:25:31 Re: pyromorphite and ...? (Forrestblyth)
01 Jul-10:32:27 Re: twinned topaz? (Bob Carnein)
01 Jul-10:17:29 Re: collection of volkmar stingl (Volkmar Stingl)
01 Jul-10:15:24 Re: twinned topaz? (Yannick Cosson)
01 Jul-08:51:24 Re: twinned topaz? (Pete Richards)
01 Jul-07:43:29 Re: twinned topaz? (Josele)
01 Jul-06:38:46 Re: twinned topaz? (Bob Morgan)
01 Jul-05:07:43 Twinned topaz? (Yannick Cosson)
30 Jun-23:13:16 The mizunaka collection - fluorite (Am Mizunaka)
30 Jun-16:35:12 Re: pyromorphite and ...? (Colin Robinson)
30 Jun-16:29:27 Re: collection of firmo espinar (Firmo Espinar)
30 Jun-16:27:07 Re: linarite (Colin Robinson)
30 Jun-16:18:29 Re: barytocalcite (Colin Robinson)
30 Jun-14:20:08 Re: spherical inclusions in amethyst - cristobalite? vs fluorite (Roger Warin)
30 Jun-14:06:03 Re: spherical inclusions in amethyst - cristobalite? vs fluorite (Amir Akhavan)
30 Jun-08:05:23 Baryte (Forrestblyth)
30 Jun-07:58:42 Barytocalcite (Forrestblyth)
30 Jun-07:50:45 Re: caldbeck cumbria mineral (Kevin Schofield)
30 Jun-07:49:05 Baryte (Forrestblyth)

For lists of newest topics and postings click here


RSS RSS

View unanswered posts

Why and how to register

Index Index
 FAQFAQ RegisterRegister  Log inLog in
 {Forgotten your password?}Forgotten your password?  

Like
94454


The time now is Jul 02, 2022 21:51

Search for a textSearch for a text   

A general guide for using the Forum with some rules and tips
The information provided within this Forum about localities is only given to allow reference to them. Any visit to any of the localities requires you to obtain full permission and relevant information prior to your visit. FMF is strictly against any illicit activities related to collecting minerals.
Search found 13 matches
Index
Author Message
  Topic: The magic of Tucson, 2015. Gail Spann report.
Alan.Hart

Replies: 116
Views: 174143

PostForum: Mineral Shows by Gail Spann   Posted: Jan 18, 2015 12:54   Subject: Re: The magic of Tucson, 2015. Gail Spann report.
Hi Gail, you look great. Looking forward to seeing you and of course everyone at Tucson itself..... Alan
  Topic: Gail Spann's Tucson Show Report, 2012. Let the fun begin...
Alan.Hart

Replies: 632
Views: 747426

PostForum: Mineral Shows by Gail Spann   Posted: Jan 06, 2012 11:06   Subject: Re: Gail Spann's Tucson Show Report, 2012. Let the fun begin...
looking forward to it...not sure whose profile pic is cheesier, yours or mine Kat? :)
  Topic: Natural History Museum London
Alan.Hart

Replies: 60
Views: 96183

PostForum: Natural History Museum London   Posted: Oct 10, 2011 09:55   Subject: Re: Natural History Museum London
Glad to see the comments have been moved. As usual Jordi is spot on. I
am always willing to answer any questions, but much prefer they come to
me direct at my Museum address or indeed 'face to face' ...
  Topic: A trip to London and the museum. Sept 2011. Gail and Jim Spann
Alan.Hart

Replies: 146
Views: 172235

PostForum: Natural History Museum London   Posted: Oct 07, 2011 08:25   Subject: Re: A trip to London and the museum. Sept 2011. Gail and Jim Spann
Hi John, yes the Burma material seems to tend a lot more toward rubellite colour, the specimen I saw which was distinctly similar was being sold by Wayne Leicht - I have an image somewhere and will tr ...
  Topic: A trip to London and the museum. Sept 2011. Gail and Jim Spann
Alan.Hart

Replies: 146
Views: 172235

PostForum: Natural History Museum London   Posted: Oct 06, 2011 12:37   Subject: Re: A trip to London and the museum. Sept 2011. Gail and Jim Spann
Hi All

It was a pleasure to have you round, luckily you also came when we had some pretty neat stuff out being made ready for the Munich show. The Copper is from Relistian mine, Cornwall; It is ind ...
  Topic: Natural History Museum London
Alan.Hart

Replies: 60
Views: 96183

PostForum: Natural History Museum London   Posted: Feb 26, 2011 17:24   Subject: Re: Natural History Museum London
Hi again, yes the Ludlam collection contains some incredible specimens. We have now moved the 17,500 specimens of the Collection into the Russell room where Austin Woodbridge has spent the last 4 year ...
  Topic: Natural History Museum London
Alan.Hart

Replies: 60
Views: 96183

PostForum: Natural History Museum London   Posted: Feb 26, 2011 11:58   Subject: Re: Natural History Museum London
Ah I see many old friends here. Yes Jordi, we do have some images, but we are now embarking on a more structured programme of image digitisation. Some of our best material will go to our photo studio, ...
  Topic: Natural History Museum London
Alan.Hart

Replies: 60
Views: 96183

PostForum: Natural History Museum London   Posted: Feb 22, 2011 08:55   Subject: Re: Natural History Museum London
Well first off thanks for posting a message about our collections, whether good news or bad - people have opinions and it also gives us a chance to not only try and put things in perspective but also ...
  Topic: Tucson Show 2009 message board
Alan.Hart

Replies: 28
Views: 29445

PostForum: Mineral Shows   Posted: Jan 25, 2009 15:35   Subject: Re: Tucson Show 2009 message board
Hi all, We are flying in on the 6th, so expect us at the Westwood Look for lunch on the 7th - thsi is always our usual first stop and great way to start the show, lots of minerals and a large burger : ...
  Topic: Museums policy
Alan.Hart

Replies: 27
Views: 48659

PostForum: Minerals and Mineralogy   Posted: Jan 05, 2009 12:21   Subject: Re: Museums policy
Embrey’s writings still hold true today; major mineral collections representation is usually excellent, and in general the acquisition of specimens have been made with a view to improve the collection ...
  Topic: Museums policy
Alan.Hart

Replies: 27
Views: 48659

PostForum: Minerals and Mineralogy   Posted: Jan 05, 2009 12:20   Subject: Re: Museums policy
I shall conclude by considering a question that is often asked: 'What should I say in my will about my collection, and where should I leave it?' The where or to whom is quite easy, if you are not grea ...
  Topic: Museums policy
Alan.Hart

Replies: 27
Views: 48659

PostForum: Minerals and Mineralogy   Posted: Jan 05, 2009 12:02   Subject: Re: Museums policy
I like to think I know why a large national collection should be supported out of the public purse, after twenty years of being married to one, and would be quite happy to argue he case indefinitely i ...
  Topic: Museums policy
Alan.Hart

Replies: 27
Views: 48659

PostForum: Minerals and Mineralogy   Posted: Jan 05, 2009 11:57   Subject: Re: Museums policy
Dear Gail, good to post this interesting topic and thanks to John for bringing it to the attention to ‘us’ curators through the SMMP.

It’s a very interesting topic which as you point out not only r ...
 
Page 1 of 1
All times are GMT - 5 Hours
Jump to:  


All pictures, text, design © Forum FMF 2006-2022


Powered by FMF