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Mark R. Heintzelman

Registered member, joined prior to 15th Oct 2005

Mark Heintzelman has uploaded:
286 Mineral Photos
4 Locality Photos
1 Other Photo
 
World-wide systematic mineral collector since 1978, mindat contributer since Jan. 2004, focused on the mineralogy of Pennsylvania.

Now with the new and improved Mindat gallery, I've finally decided to contribute specimen pics from my other locality collections and world wide systematics, for localities which could use some additional representation. You can still view ONLY the Pennsylvania specimens by choosing the 'Mineral Name/Photo Title' option under 'Which Order' and typing "Pennsylvania" in the 'Keyword Box'. MRH

Messaging Statistics

Total messages posted:1,340
New threads started:46
First message posted:13th May 2007
Latest message posted:10th Feb 2020

My Latest Discussions and Replies

1wlooking for New Jersey expertise on Scotch PlainsPosted by Don Windeler. 4 replies in General.2wFuture of Mineral CollectingPosted by Maurice Samuel. 37 replies in Education.3wBooks on Minerals of the USA?Posted by Kelly Nash. 20 replies in General.4wInclusions in greenish feldsparPosted by Brian Fussell. 6 replies in Identity Help.6w253 imagesPseudomorphsPosted by Rolf Luetcke. 472 replies in General.6wSmithsonite with Plumosite?Posted by Noah Lunster. 12 replies in Identity Help.7wA Question for the MineralogistsPosted by Gareth Evans. 19 replies in Identity Help.7wUnknowen Mineral Found in Iron FormationPosted by Dan Owens. 4 replies in Identity Help.7w10 imagesMerry Xmas!Posted by Roy Starkey. 25 replies in General.8wdamaged hematite specimenPosted by Diogo Neto. 8 replies in General.9wlocality confusion - Kassel, Germany - halite localityPosted by Tim Baaij. 3 replies in General.9wVirginia Emerald?Posted by Jacob Zonderman. 17 replies in Identity Help.10wGraphite photo descriptions far too innaccurate/fancifulPosted by Mark Heintzelman. 15 replies in Photos.11wSulphide deposit (Sohlander Bergsegen), Sohland an der Spree, Bautzen District, Saxony, GermanyPosted by Jolyon Ralph. 6 replies in Localities.11wWhat is the best state on the East Coast for Rockhounding?Posted by Matthew Droppleman. 15 replies in General.11wStrangest places to collect in the U.SPosted by Matthew Droppleman. 14 replies in Field Collecting.11wBotryoidal HematitePosted by Chris Schlosser. 8 replies in Fakes & Frauds.12wI think I may have found a giant geodePosted by Carl J Strand. 6 replies in Identity Help.13wAbout external pictures, and about post editingPosted by cascaillou. 16 replies in Improving Mindat.org.14wActinolite "smaragdite" from PAPosted by A. Mathauser. One reply in Mineralogical Classification.

 
 
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