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Edward Bayley, Mineral Collector and Illustrator

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I’m Ed Bayley. I’ve been passionate about minerals since I was a child. For some time, I focused on mineral illustration, which was featured in Rocks & Minerals. My greatest passion currently lies in assembling one of the finest collections of calcite specimens from the United States. I’ve been calling this collection the “United States Calcite Collection” and this will be a long-term project. I am stickler for history, record keeping, and locality specifics. Of the US localities, the mines of the Viburnum Trend are my greatest focus. In addition to assembling this collection, I have a long-term vision of displaying the collection for the public to see.

I have started a Facebook group called "Calcite Collectors" where those passionate about collecting calcite can share their specimens, knowledge, as well as network.



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