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Balin Stone Mine (Balinshi Mine), Bairin Right Banner (Balin Youqi), Ulanhad League (Chifeng Prefecture), Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, China

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Name(s) in local language(s): 巴林石矿, 巴林右旗, 赤峰市, 内蒙古自治区, 中国
 
A pyrophyllite deposit, which is mined for chicken-blood stone (Balin Stone; Balinshi).
Located about 10 km northeast of the Dajing Mine.

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References

Liqing Zhao, Gongjiong Qin, Shihua Sun, Yuwang Wang, Yongzheng Wang, Anli Zhang, and Yaoming Wang (2002): Features and genesis of the associated gold mineralization in the Dajing tin-polymetallic deposit, eastern Inner Mongolia. Gold Geology 21(3), 7-13.

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