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Fabre Minerals - August 2012 Update - (2)

23rd August 2012

The month of August is our best month to organize everything that was still
in disorder, as well as to have time to prepare a large update. So, here you
have 41 specimens in a new update with a lot of classics and several recent

The Pala Elbaite, the Spanish Antimony, Dolomite and Berbes Fluorite, red
Barites from Greece, a Silver and an Anatase from Norway, a Calcite from
Egremont, UK, a Barite and Celestine from Italy, a Pyromorphite from France,
a Fluorite from the Cäcilia Mine, Germany, a Rhodochrosite from Gabón, and a
Cerussite from Tsumeb... all of them are in the "classic" category. The
Milpillas Azurites, the Spanish Djurleites and Amethyst, the Datolite from
Dalnegorsk, the giant Bixbyite, the Chinese Kësterite and the smoky
Quartz... are all in the "recent finds" class. Add a few more unusual
specimens and that's the W4 update:

Jordi Fabre

Elbaite - Himalaya Mine, USA

Azurite - Milpillas, Mexico

Antimony - La Viñuela, Spain

Amethyst - Massabè, Spain

Dolomite - Eugui, Spain

Barite - Lavrion, Greece

Silver - Kongsberg, Norway

Anatase - Dyrfonni, Norway

Fluorite-Cäcilia mine Germany

Rhodochrosite - Gabón

Cerussite - Tsumeb

Kësterite - Xuebaoding, China
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