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Swap Bournonite from Brosso Mine, Canavese, Torino, Piemont, Italy

Posted by Philip Bluemner  
Philip Bluemner July 30, 2012 05:20AM
I have a bournonite specimen from Brosso Mine, Canavese, Torino, Piemont, Italy I'd like to swap. I'm interested in crystallized sulphides and sulfosalts, especially lead- and antimony-bearing. I'm always looking for stibnite, schalenblende, pyrrhotite and okenite from rare localities. I'm also keen on large smoky quartz crystals.

Best regards
André Heyninck July 30, 2012 11:43AM
Hello Philip,

I posses some Belgium schalenblende;
If you are interested,my e-address is:
Best regards,
STEFANO DEL MAGRO July 31, 2012 05:08AM
Hello Philip,

I have a large swap lists of minerals for exchange Bournonite and smocky quartz crystal.

If you are interested my email is:

best regards.

Alessandro Socci July 31, 2012 11:33PM
hello Philip

I would be interested in your exchange proposal, I have solfosali rare, and stibnite Tuscan measures about 10 cm
Alessandro Socci July 31, 2012 11:36PM
my e-mail
Philip Bluemner August 19, 2012 12:12PM
Thank you all, the bournonite has found a new home.

Best regards
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