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Registered member joined prior to 15th Oct 2005 (unrecorded)
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Tony Nikischer has uploaded:
66 Mineral Photos
20 Other Photos

Tony has published 20 articles on mindat.org
 
Tony Nikischer is:

President of Excalibur Mineral Corporation, dealers in rare minerals for researchers, museums and private collectors;

Chairman of the Board and founder of The Hudson Institute of Mineralogy, an IRS-approved 501(c)3 tax exempt foundation dedicated to descriptive mineralogy, mineral preservation and education. The Institute is the parent organization of mindat.org, its primary outreach vehicle.

Publisher of the monthly magazine "Mineral News". Articles on this home page were originally published in that periodical;

Director (retired), Friends of Mineralogy;

Recipient of the 2011 Charles A. Salotti Earth Science Education Award

Mineral namee for the ugly green mineral Nikischerite.

 

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