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23rd February 2012

Dear Friends,

The Reverse Auctions of PriceDownMinerals are now launched.

Today we propose you a nice acicular 1.4 Kg Vivianite from Siglo XX Mine, Bolivia (specimen size: 13.5 x 9.0 x 5.5 cm; Crystals size to 3.6 cm). Auction already launched!

The next specimens of this week will star on:

Feb/24: Fluorite, Quartz (Berbes, Spain)
Feb/25: Spherocobaltite on heterogenite (Katanga, R.D. Congo).
Feb/26: Cerussite, V twinned (Touissit, Morocco)
Feb/27: Pyromorphite (Daoping, China)
Feb/28: Quartz (St. Gotthard, Switzerland)
Feb/29: Goethite in Quartz (Tizi-n-tichka Mt., Morocco)

Please remember that you have to be registered in to bid for it.

We remember you that the price will decrease AUTHOMATICALLY every second going down to 1 Euro, in ALL Reverse Auctions.

Please read our instructions page for further information or contact us. We will kindly answer all your questions.

Best Regards,

The PriceDownMinerals Team

Vivianite, Siglo XX Mine

Fluorite (Berbes, Spain)

Spherocobaltite (Congo).

Cerussite (Touissit, Morocco)

Pyromorphite (Daoping, China)

Old Quartz (St. Gotthard)

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