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Looking to Trade for Fine Bisbee, Arizona Azurite

Posted by Phil Persson  
Phil Persson
Looking to Trade for Fine Bisbee, Arizona Azurite
April 28, 2005 09:35PM
Looking to possibly Trade for a fine Bisbee, Arizona crystallized azurite on matrix. Would prefer a cabinet-size or larger specimen with crystals at least 1 cm. in length with good color. In Exchange, I have some excellent Southern Illinois Fluorite District Fluorites, Galenas, Witherites, Calcites, Sphalerites, ect... As Well as very Good Franklin/Sterling hill District, Sussex County, New Jersey Minerals, both white-light and fluorescent, as well as some very nice, Large Crystallized specimens from the Elmwood and Gordonsville Zinc Mines, Carthage, Smith County Tennessee. Please Contact me by Email if you are interested in Trading! :) Always interested in trading for good-quality crystallized worldwide minerals and Fluorescents as well! :)
Best Regards,
Philip M. Persson
Succasunna, New Jersey.
chris mavris
Re: Looking to Trade for Fine Bisbee, Arizona Azurite
May 03, 2005 05:09PM
let me know if you find 2 specimens like that for trade...
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Hello, they are Mattia, interest me your minerals Americans sends photo to me for mail. They are Italian and I can offer mineral Italians to you, but in particular mineral of Rumania if it interests you answer thanks.
chris mavris
Re: Looking to Trade for Fine Bisbee, Arizona Azurite
June 09, 2005 10:13PM
ciao mattia, sono chris e sono italiano pure io.
contattami su quality_rocks@hotmail.com, magari facciamo qualche scambio nostrano...
Re: Looking to Trade for Fine Bisbee, Arizona Azurite
March 02, 2012 02:12AM
Hi there, I have New Zealand and Australian Azurite if your interested. Cheers Alex

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