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Cassiterite

Posted by Ralph Bottrill  
avatar Re: Cassiterite
October 14, 2009 06:01PM
    
It is strange, but my photos http://www.mindat.org/photo-256713.html apparenly are the first ones of cassiterite from Iul'tin deposit...B)-
This is really strange, because it is the most significant in USSR object producing hundreds kg of cassiterite crystals!8-)



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Re: Ximeng Co., Pu'er Prefecture, Yunnan Province, China Cassiterite
August 05, 2010 08:55PM
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avatar Re: Ximeng Co., Pu'er Prefecture, Yunnan Province, China Cassiterite
August 05, 2010 10:34PM
Bin,
Can you tell us something about the locality? Is the specimen from a mine? What kind of mine. How many similar specimens have been found, What are the associated minerals. When were the specimens found?

Rock Currier
Crystals not pistols.
Re: Cassiterite
October 28, 2015 08:01AM
    
Wood Tin from the St Agnes district:



Two examples of differing forms of Wood Tin from the Garth Mine:





A Wood Tin from Drift Moor Consols Mine (Avarack & Nancothan):



Wood Tin from Trevaunance Beach, St Agnes:



Wood Tin from West Wheal Kitty Mine, St Agnes:





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