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Registered member joined prior to 15th Oct 2005 (unrecorded)

Philip Bluemner has uploaded:
2551 Mineral Photos
15 Other Photos
 
Mineral collector from Nuremberg, born 1982 in New Orleans. I collect since August 2003, when a friend took me to an esoterics shop
and I bought my first agate. After a short trip in tumbled stones I soon became fond of real crystals. And I specialized fast into sulfides.
Since then I systematically collect crystallized sulphides and sulfosalts. Especially lead- and antimony-bearing.
Stibnite is favorite mineral, next popular are galena, sphalerite, pyrrhotite. Schalenblende is also favorite.
Besides the sulfurics I collect oxides and hydroxides, especially Sb oxides and primary metal oxides.
Marginal in my collection are silicates such as smoky quartz, okenite and garnets.

A rather large part of my photos show fluorites from the former Christian Hartmann Collection.

I am always pleased of contacts and offers in sale and swapping.

Regards
Philip

 

 
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