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Denver 2016 - School of Mines Museum

Last Updated: 20th Oct 2017

By Jolyon & Katya Ralph

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Every year the museum has an open night/party.

Busy event

Minerals of the Pikes Peak Batholith

"The Legend"


Cabinets for each county

New acquisitions

Bryan Lees from Collector's Edge and Lois from Kirstalle


Leadville district

I like ugly rocks I cannot lie.

Minerals from western United States


The Colorado Fire

Because I'm too lazy to type this in.


There's a downstairs part too but the deserts have run out so I'm not going to go down now.


Micro minerals

Ok, ok. Rhodochrosite.

Climax molybdenum

Silver bar


I get shown all kinds of things

Gems and Miss Colorado crown

Large Michigan glacial copper from Michigan. White Pine Mine

This article is linked to the following museum: Colorado School of Mines Geology Museum (Colorado)

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Great pictures, no wonder you were running all over the place!

Aaron Cross
15th Sep 2016 3:17pm

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