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Registered member since 23rd Mar 2009

Tony Albini has uploaded:
182 Mineral Photos
4 Other Photos
I have collected minerals since 1978, specializing in Connecticut minerals with an emphasis on tantalum and niobium minerals plus beryl, tourmaline group minerals and granite pegmatite minerals in general. I have also collected in hydrothermal veins, skarns and metamorphic deposits in CT.

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Total messages posted:348
New threads started:19
First message posted:23rd Mar 2009
Latest message posted:22nd Oct 2019

My Latest Discussions and Replies

2hThe 46th Annual Friends of Mineralogy Pacific Northwest Chapter Mineral SymposiuPosted by Erin Delventhal. 23 replies to an article.2dStrangest mislabellings you've seenPosted by Willow Craig. 138 replies in General.1wBest photographs of specimens larger than 1cmPosted by Rudolf Hasler. 507 replies in Mineral Photography.1wPeabody Museum, Yale University, New Haven, Connecticut, USAPosted by Tony Albini. 2 replies in General.1wJust For FunPosted by Rolf Luetcke. 178 replies in General.2wBear Lake Diggings CLOSED??!!Posted by Maggie Wilson. 62 replies in Field Collecting.3wPseudomorphsPosted by Rolf Luetcke. 470 replies in General.7wPeople are not getting my PMsPosted by Tony Albini in Improving AZ area - Petrified WoodPosted by christine smith. 8 replies in Field Collecting.10wMineral PuttyPosted by Yuchen Li. 10 replies in General.11wVisit to the Natural History Museum of LA County Posted by Jolyon Ralph. 6 replies to an article.12wStrangest Minerals Faceted?Posted by Barron Nguyen. 41 replies in General.14wQuake-proofing your collectionPosted by John M Stolz. 25 replies in General.14wCrystal days - Luban Show Poland 2019Posted by Jolyon Ralph. 6 replies to an article.15wLightning strikes on ore depositsPosted by Rick Dalrymple. 48 replies in General.May 2019Best museum collections?Posted by Jenna Mast. 44 replies in General.May 2019Update on mineralogy of the Clara mine, Black ForestPosted by Uwe. 34 replies in General.May 2019POTD 5/6/19, Scottish WulfenitePosted by Ed Clopton. 5 replies in General.May 2019Chisel and rock pick sharpening toolPosted by Scott Rider. 15 replies in General.Apr 2019Terlingua-type calcite localities: Where are they?Posted by Harold Moritz. 16 replies in General.

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