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Bakewell Mineral Show 2010

Last Updated: 9th Oct 2010

By Jolyon & Katya Ralph

Bakewell Mineral Show 2010



I've just returned from the Bakewell Show, one of the best mineral shows in the UK. Here are a bunch of photos!

Bakewell Show 2010


Geological Association


Russell Society


Some photos from Crystal Classics

Linarite and Caledonite


Chalcopyrite


Bournonite


Baryte


Campylite


Some specimens from Pete Ward

First, Pete Ward and Mike Rumsey


Quartz from Carrock Mine


Malachite reputedly from Conniston copper mines


Fluorite


Baryte


Austin from Sussex Mineral and Lapidary Society


Somebody posted an advert for the Mindat Conference. I wonder who did that?


John and Robert Lawson had another new find of Fluorite


More from the find


One of the nicer pieces from the find


Dealers in the hall area


Specimens from Richard Tayler


Stephen Moreton had a nice new find of Talc from Ireland


and a skarn suite including Vesuvianite, Wollastonite and garnet.


Sara Giller from Crystal Vine


Non-minerals


... and minerals


Fluorite


The Main Hall







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