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Minerals Newspaper - Issue 7

Last Updated: 20th Oct 2013

By Jolyon & Katya Ralph

Minerals Newspaper - Issue 7



The seventh issue of MINERALS, the newspaper for collectors, is now available. This newspaper edited by Tomasz Praszkier is published twice a year, and given out free of charge at all major mineral shows. The seventh issue has articles on the Red Lead mine in Tasmania, 'Disco Balls' from Rahuri, India and an interview with Bruce Cairncross.

It is available as a free download from Mindat.org. The download link is at the bottom of this page.









You can pick up a printed copy for free at the Munich and Tucson Shows.

If you will not be attending the shows, and would like to receive a printed copy (for only the cost of postage), please e-mail to: tom@spiriferminerals.com


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