Gonnard's pegmatite, Essertines-en-Châtelneuf, Montbrison, Loire, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes, France
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A pegmatite vein found in 1884 by the french mineralogist F. Gonnard during the construction of the new road leading from Montbrison to St-Bonnet-le-Courreau. This deposit is exhausted today but some nice specimens are included now in the collections of the d'Allard museum at Montbrison.
3 valid minerals.
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F. GONNARD (1906) - Minéralogie des départements du Rhône et de la Loire, pp: 6 & 36