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New Tharsis mimetites for swapping !

ANTONIO MORENO October 18, 2011 08:57PM
Dear Sirs,
Two years ago, in the mines at Tharsis, I found a mineral in the province of Huelva (Spain) It was analyzed and identified in a lab as mimetite. I’m interested in trading a few specimens of this mineral and a few other minerals from Andalucía as well. You can see some of the pieces that I’m offering for exchange in the accompanying photos in!145.

My email address is:

Antonio M. Moreno
Joan Rosell November 02, 2011 02:51PM
Estas sí que són buenas...

ROBERTO MORO November 03, 2011 04:58PM
Dear Mister
I am  an Italian collector,
I interested at to make swap with other collectors.
I would prefer pieces of cabinet, miniature and thumbneil.
You are interested to the trade  with my minerals the my photos some my
site and
It makes to know what  interests
my e-mail
      REGARDS  Moro Roberto
Joni Huttunen June 14, 2013 08:04PM
Heya! Intrested to swap rocks? I have some at Outokumpu, Finland (Mökkivaara quarry). I have Chrometremolite, Chromedioptase and Uvarovite.
Ilkka Mikkola June 15, 2013 06:58PM
Chromian diopside not dioptase.

Passarino Giuseppe August 13, 2013 12:31PM
Hi Joni,

are you interested in intalian minerals?

Giuseppe Passarino
Juan Ángel Tort Figueroa August 13, 2013 05:10PM
Que buenas mimetitas!!!
Estoy interesado. Cambio por minerales de la ojuela, como esta hemimorfita. también wulfenitas, adamitas, rosasita, conicalcita, mottramita, etc.
open | download - La ojuela 014.jpg (472.1 KB)
Sergio Romero May 13, 2014 05:51AM
Que tal Antonio ? Tengo exelente calidad en minerales Mexicanos, te interesa? Gracias
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