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Pavel Kartashov October 14, 2009 05:01PM
It is strange, but my photos apparenly are the first ones of cassiterite from Iul'tin deposit...B)-
This is really strange, because it is the most significant in USSR object producing hundreds kg of cassiterite crystals!8-)

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/15/2009 12:53AM by Pavel Kartashov.
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Rock Currier August 05, 2010 09:34PM
Can you tell us something about the locality? Is the specimen from a mine? What kind of mine. How many similar specimens have been found, What are the associated minerals. When were the specimens found?

Rock Currier
Crystals not pistols.
Dale Foster October 28, 2015 08:01AM
Wood Tin from the St Agnes district:

Two examples of differing forms of Wood Tin from the Garth Mine:

A Wood Tin from Drift Moor Consols Mine (Avarack & Nancothan):

Wood Tin from Trevaunance Beach, St Agnes:

Wood Tin from West Wheal Kitty Mine, St Agnes:

Edited 1 time(s). Last edit at 10/28/2015 08:02AM by Dale Foster.
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