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INCREDIBLE New Specimens!

16th April 2012

Hello Friends!
Mandy and I have just posted an exciting new group of auctions featuring specimens from recent acquisitions!!! Some of the highlights include - just to mention a few, a classic phosphophyllite twin crystal from Bolivia, a superb native copper after cuprite from Arizona, a rare old moschellandsbergite from Germany, a classic covellite & sphalerite crystal cluster from Butte, a superb proustite on barite from Germany, a rare esperite from Franklin, an old time monazite from Norway, a superb cryolite crystal cluster from Greenland, an old native silver from Veta Grande in Mexico, a superb agate pseudomorph after aragonite from Mexico, a unique rhodochrosite from Italy, a rare native silver & iodargyrite from Broken Hill, an old time brucite from the type locale - Hoboken!, a rare veszelyite crystal cluster from Japan, native gold from a rare old California locale, red beryl from Utah, mimetite var. campylite from England, and much, much more!!! As always, every auction starts at just $1 with no reserve! There are literally thousands of dollars up for grabs!!! Don't miss out!!!
AUCTIONS WILL BE ENDING ON THURSDAY APRIL 19th!!! And stay tuned, more auctions are going to be posted Monday night for a special 3-day auction also ending on Thursday night!!! Be sure to check out all the auctions and stay tuned to www.mineralman.com for more info, updates, and specimens!!! Don't miss out!!!

Good Luck and Enjoy!

Warmest Regards,

Jasun & Mandy McAvoy
Ebay ID: mineralman999

Proustite & Barite - Germany

Phosphophyllite - Bolivia

Moschellandsbergite - Germany

Agate after Aragonite - Mexico

Copper after Cuprite - Arizona

Veszelyite - Japan

Covellite & Sphalerite - Butte

Esperite - Franklin, NJ

Cryolite Crystals! - Greenland

UNIQUE Rhodochrosite - Italy

Silver - Vetagrande, Mexico

OLD Brucite - Hoboken
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