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Desmond Sacco's minerals (world class)

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Reinhardt van Vuuren December 08, 2014 02:49PM
Hi, just got news of this:

NOTE theft of major mineral specimens in Johannesburg. Sunday night 7th December 2014. There has been a theft of 60 world class mineral Desmond Sacco's house in Johannesburg.Please forward this alert to all mineral collectors and dealers you mightknow and ask them to forward onwards as well.If you are offered extraordinary specimens for sale, international as wellas southern African, be very wary. Some of these have been photographed and if they appear on the market they are easily traceable.
Message via: Sharon Flax Waddington Editor of: Southern African Gems & Minerals Magazine
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Christophe Gobin December 10, 2014 10:15AM
Hi everybody,
I just spoke with Desmond Sacco, I have a photo of the stolen minerals.
He asked me to post them on the forum.
If anybody sees one of these pieces, please contact us urgently.

All the best,
Christophe Gobin

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