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Weinrich Minerals, Inc. - New Updates/Auction Closing

14th November 2017

We continue to add new specimens to the website. The latest update includes attractive "wholesale" blue chalcopyrite from Missouri. Look for more new specimens to be added to the site later this morning. To view the latest additions click on the "Latest Additions" link on our home page.

There are currently 10 great specimens moved in to the Special Sale section. All are choice examples at heavily discounted prices. To view these, click on the "On Sale Now" link on the home page.

This is a reminder that the auction will close this evening at 7 p.m. eastern standard time. This week there are 150 great specimens available. Some fantastic pieces are available this week, many that had been listed in our stock priced well in to the four figure price ranges. Be sure to check these out! Some of the highlights include:

very neat pyromorphite cast after cerussite from China
several beautiful dioptase specimens from Africa
great classics such as amber Saxon barite and fine English fluorite specimens
showy gem tourmaline specimens
an excellent well crystallized Michigan copper
a wonderful Tsumeb azurite
gem tapering terminated aquamarine crystal
well crystallized arsendescloizite from Mexico
gorgeous amber gemmy fluorite from Saxony
large showy amethyst from Mexico
a superb spessartine/aquamarine combination from Pakistan
very fine large well crystallized colemanite from Turkey

Plus many others. You can check these out by clicking on the auction link on our home page.


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