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Weinrich Minerals, Inc. - New Updates/Auction Closing

13th February 2018

We have added new specimens to the website. To see these directly click on the "Latest Additions" link on the home page.

This is also a reminder that the auction will close this evening at 7 p.m. eastern standard time. There are 140 great specimens available this week. Some of the highlights include:

showy rhodonite from Peru
neat almandine from Europe
showy red quartz from Russia
large fine amethyst from South Africa
superb spessartine from Pakistan
attractive rhodochrosite from Peru
well crystallized sylvanite from Romania
choice Cornish tetrahedrite
attractive well crsytallized rose quartz from Brazil
gem fluorite from Russia
excellent pieces from Tennessee
large showy stalactitic amethyst from Brazil
large very fine stibnite crystal grouping from Nevada

Plus many others. To see these directly click on the auction link on the home page.

Weinrich Minerals, Inc.
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