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Minerals Newspaper - Issue 2

Last Updated: 4th Jun 2011

Minerals Newspaper - Issue 2

The second issue of MINERALS, the newspaper for collectors, is now available. This newspaper edited by Tomasz Praskier and Scott Werschky is published twice a year, and given out free of charge at all major mineral shows. The second issue has articles on the new pegmatite pocket found at Strzegom, Poland, fluorite mining at the Rogerley Mine, England, and an interview with Jolyon Ralph, creator of mindat.org.

It is available as a free download from Mindat.org. The download link is at the bottom of this page.

You can pick up a printed copy for free in Ste Marie aux Mines at booth PP20. It will also be available at the Mindat Conference in July.

If you will not be attending the show, and would like to receive a printed copy (for only the cost of postage), please e-mail to: tom@spiriferminerals.com

Minerals Newspaper - Issue 2

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Tomasz Praszkier
6th Jun 2011 12:07pm
Excellent job, Tomasz! I enjoyed all three articles, on the Rogerley fluorite mine, Sztregom, and the interview with Jolyon!

Alfredo Petrov
12th Jun 2011 4:56am
Thank you very much for the availability of the newspaper. Right now i'm reading the article of the Rogerley mine and i'm fascinated with the Fluorite photos.

I would ask permission to add a link to the magazine on the website of the community of collectors that participated (http://www.aminch.tk) to my fellow collectors also can read it.

I send you fraternal greetings from Chile to all collectors =)


Steffan Giadach Axt
21st Jun 2011 1:28am
The link: http://www.aminch.blogspot.com [Link Broken? Dec 2014]

Steffan Giadach Axt
21st Jun 2011 1:28am
hello, thank you for the nice words, Steffan - of course, you can add the link, best wishes from Ste Marie aux Mines!

Tomasz Praszkier
23rd Jun 2011 6:48am
Thank you very much, I hope that St Marie has been spectacular!

Steffan Giadach Axt
30th Jun 2011 6:07am

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