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Harold "Fritz" Moritz is a geologist and mineral specimen collector and photographer. As a native of Connecticut, USA, a small state with very diverse geology and mineralogy, he has been collecting and researching the history of minerals from there since the mid-1970s, when he was about 14 years young. In the early 1990s, he became a founding member of the Sterling Hill Mining Museum and has been collecting in and learning about the magnificent Franklin-Ogdensburg, New Jersey, USA zinc deposits ever since. His collection numbers about 3300 specimens mostly from these two areas - and yes, space has become a real (but good) problem! He is very active in several Connecticut mineral/gem clubs. After 24 years as an environmental consultant, he now works part time as a contract photographer for and and is photographing his collection, to the benefit of If you want information on Connecticut minerals or would like your specimens photographed, feel free to contact him.


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