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Identity HelpSerpentine with Gold ??

16th Sep 2019 21:20 BSTbaser zey

This from Turkey.. And area is Eosen Age.. in old river bed.. This stone have very intrestng mineral Like scratch

16th Sep 2019 21:22 BSTbaser zey

This like line on the stone and and I burn one side they turn  

16th Sep 2019 23:02 BSTLouis Zulli

Looks like pyrite. Reddish areas might be iron from decaying pyrite. Is any flake large enough to press with a pin? If so, how does the flake respond. Does it break or deform?

16th Sep 2019 23:18 BSTbaser zey

Louis it only one line and I can only see it with loop or microscope.. and it is dont have on stone  only have one side only like line .. 

16th Sep 2019 21:23 BSTbaser zey

what you think abouth that mineral?

17th Sep 2019 19:24 BSTTom Wesby

Sorry Baser Zey, definitely pyrite or if not chalcopyrite. Don't feel bad though- we all get fooled by Fool's Gold!

18th Sep 2019 01:25 BSTbaser zey

Ilets see it on video yes   that make me fool 

18th Sep 2019 01:36 BSTbaser zey

evrythink that 
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