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TGMS 2008 - Pikes Peak

Last Updated: 15th Mar 2008

By Jolyon & Katya Ralph

The Amazonite and Smoky Quartz specimens from Pikes Peak and other areas in and around Teller Co., Colorado:



Amazonite and Smoky Quartz from the Tree Root Pocket, Two Point Claim, Teller Co., Colorado - Houston Museum of Natural Science collection


Smoky Quartz on Amazonite, from the Smoky Hawk claim, Teller Co., Colorado - Joe Dorris collection


Amazonite and Smoky Quartz, from the Crystal Peak Area, Colorado - Dave Bunk collection


Smoky Quartz with Amazonite from the Two Point claim, Teller Co., Colorado - Collector's Edge specimen


Smoky Quartz with Amazonite from the Crystal Peak Area, Colorado - Dan and Dianne Kile collection


Amazonite from Pikes Peak, Colorado - Dave Rotor collection


Smoky Quartz with Amazonite from the Two Point claim, Teller Co., Colorado - Collector's Edge specimen


Amazonite with Smoky Quartz from the Crystal Peak Area, Colorado - Dan and Dianne Kile collection


Amazonite with Smoky Quartz from the Crystal Peak Area, Colorado - Smithsonian Institution collection




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