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Tucson Approacheth!!

11th Jan 2012

Getting ready for Tucson, I'll be in my regular spot, room 244 of the Hotel City Center Tucson (Formerly InnSuites). It is going to be a special year as I will have a fantastic selection of Benitoite, lots of unusual rare gems, my normal selection of Karpatite and a bunch of new stuff: Caledonite from the Reward mine, including very unusual Caledonite after Galena pseudomorphs. A new find of the rare organic and fluorescent mineral Idrialite from the Culver-Baer Mine in California and most excitedly: Matrix specimens of Beryl, variety Aquamarine with Quartz, Clevelandite and Biotite from the recent mining project at the California blue Mine in San Bernardino County, California. I'll be open from the 26th of January until the 11th of February!!




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