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Last Updated: 21st Sep 2009

By Tibor Horváth

In the 1950's, a prof. who called Janos Kiss, found in this location a tetradymit,
but the exact place have been forgotton cause the accurate area was not discribed.
So we were searching for long years for this mineral, and we couldnt find it.
But in an early spring collection we found a big size of block of quartz.
And when we broke it, it was a silver sparkling lamella granule inside.
The examination prooved that we found the location of the long searched mineral...

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Sorry Tibor - I might be missing something here...but WHAT location???


Malcolm Southwood
26th Sep 2009 11:16pm

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