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Mindat Tucson Show Special 2014

Last Updated: 2nd Feb 2014

By Jolyon & Katya Ralph

Mindat.org Tucson Show Special Magazine



We are very proud to announce the first Mindat.org Show Special magazine, for Tucson 2014, is now available for free download.



It is available for FREE download from the link below:


Mindat.org Show Special Tucson 2014

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Paper copies will be available next week at the Tucson Show!




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Comments

Wow! And they once said there's no such thing as a free lunch. After reading this I felt well nourished.

Don Swenson
2nd Feb 2014 8:35pm
Fantastic first issue, and Philip did a great job on the diamonds in Colorado article. Most people are doubtful when I tell them there are diamonds here, albeit not commercially economical.

Aaron Cross
4th Feb 2014 10:48pm
Great article, lots of eye candy and I can say that MinID has been invaluable for cataloguing my collection. oh and mineral wine, I would give it a go!

Jason Evans
6th Feb 2014 12:12am

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