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My wife and I have been active mineral collectors nearly our entire lives. I used to roam the hills of Berks County, Pennsylvania looking for arrowheads when a young child. My wife has fond memories of going with a Girl Scout troop into the famed fluorescent mines in New Jersey. Our combined love of minerals was activated by a chance encounter with a rock sale at our local mall in the mid 1970's. We became rockhounds and our sons became pebble pups; we joined the local mineral club and went on field trips.

While I collect many things, I specialize in rare minerals and old locations while my wife is enamored with aesthetic combos. Selling at mineral and gem shows has been a part of our lives for over 30 years and selling on ebay too for over 14 years. We both feel we collect more than rocks, we collect people too~!! This is a great hobby where we are continually learning and growing.

 
 
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