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Identity HelpAgates or something else.

17th Feb 2020 05:13 GMTSreepada Appa Rao

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Hardness a bit more than quartz 7
Streak white
Luster vitreous
Translucent
Specific gravity 2.62

17th Feb 2020 13:26 GMTKevin Conroy Manager

Yes, with the banding I would call these agate.

17th Feb 2020 14:37 GMTSreepada Appa Rao

Thank you Sir

17th Feb 2020 19:21 GMTPaul Brandes Manager

I would agree.
These appear to fit the definition of an agate.
 
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