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Registered member joined prior to 15th Oct 2005 (unrecorded)

Daniel J. Evanich has uploaded:
83 Mineral Photos
 

My interests are varied with a focus on minerals from Butte Montana, Bisbee Arizona, and Mammoth-St. Anthony Mine near Tiger, Arizona. Also, many other classic Southwest US localities.

Favorite Localities---Butte District, Montana; Bisbee and Tiger, Arizona; Cripple Creek, Colorado; and Majuba Hill Mine, Nevada.

 

Favourite Photos

HDA-JY1Copper : Cu

Copper Queen Mine, Queen Hill, Bisbee, Warren District, Mule Mts, Cochise Co., Arizona, USA

Closeup of crystallization. Area shown is about 1 1/4" across
Photo ID: 266519     Uploaded by: David Johnson   View Count: 241   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 445 x 408 pixels (0.2 Mpix)

1H4-32CCopper : Cu

Bisbee, Warren District, Mule Mts, Cochise Co., Arizona, USA

Dimensions: 4.5 cm x 2.5 cm x 2.1 cm

A fine copper miniature from the classic Bisbee locality, crystallized from top to bottom, back and front! Old Bisbee pieces have become rarer and rarer with each passing decade and , despite the tonnage of copper ore mined at the locality, have always been rare even at the source. I bought these four specimens from the briefcase of an Arizona collector who brought them to the show. 4.5 x 2.5 x 2.1 cm

Copyright: © Rob Lavinsky      Photo ID: 34635     Uploaded by: Robert Lavinsky   View Count: 557   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 561 x 700 pixels (0.4 Mpix)

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