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Weinrich Minerals, Inc. - New Updates/Auction Closing

2nd January 2018

We have added more specimens from the Povill collection to the website. You can see these by clicking on the "Latest Additions" link on our home page.

This is a reminder that the auction will close this evening at 7 p.m. eastern standard time. There are 150 great specimens available. Highlights include:

pretty chrysocolla, quartz from Chile
a superbly crystallized epidote from Mexico
very attractive large crocoite from Tasmania
a wonderful cabinet sized matrix twin galena from Missouri
several good pieces from southern Illinois
well crystallized gold from Romania
choice niobophyllite from Malawi
well crystallized pyrargyrite from Chanarcillo, Chile
cumengeite crystals on matrix from Mexico
large showy blue fluorapatite from Russia
neatly crystallized native silver from Spain

Plus many others. Check them out at the Auction Link on our home page.


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