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Rudolf Hasler's Mindat Home Page

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Registered member since 18th Mar 2012

Rudolf Hasler has uploaded:
1116 Mineral Photos
90 Locality Photos
3 Other Photos

Rudolf has published 2 articles on mindat.org
 
I am a retired sports teacher living in Bleiberg (now Bad Bleiberg) which is a village in the south of Austria known by many collectors as it is the type locality of the wonderful mineral Wulfenite. I have been fascinated by minerals since I was a child. Since 1975 I have been collecting minerals of Bleiberg and alpine cleft minerals with focus on Carinthia.
Being very happy about this great opportunity to find many people with the same interests I am already looking forward to be contacted by collectors who might like my photographs or articles or simply have questions that I hopefully can answer.
http://www.mindat.org/article.php/1495/Collecting+Minerals+at+Bad+Bleiberg
http://www.mindat.org/article.php/1915/Carinthia+for+Mineralogists
http://www.mindat.org/mesg-96-268353.html (Best Minerals - Fluorite, Austria)
http://www.mindat.org/mesg-93-279739.html (Best Minerals - Calcite, Austria)
http://www.mindat.org/mesg-86-272518.html (Best Minerals - Titanite)
http://www.mindat.org/mesg-74-282922.html (Best Minerals - Hemimorphite)
http://www.mineralienatlas.de/lexikon/index.php/MediaDataShow?Nutzer=Rudolf Hasler&backlink=UserHomepage&memberid=16429


Tunnel Path at Bleiberg-Kreuth
Rock Crystal with Calcite
Rutilated Quartz from Hocharn
Japan law twin, Dösenbach valley, Mallnitz
Tunnel Path at Bleiberg-Kreuth
Rock Crystal with Calcite
Rutilated Quartz from Hocharn
Japan law twin, Dösenbach valley, Mallnitz
Tunnel Path at Bleiberg-Kreuth
Rock Crystal with Calcite
Rutilated Quartz from Hocharn
Japan law twin, Dösenbach valley, Mallnitz
Rutilated Quarz with cyano bacteria
Fluorite from Tauern Valley
Smoky Quartz from Wildenkogel
Titanite from Auernig
Rutilated Quarz with cyano bacteria
Fluorite from Tauern Valley
Smoky Quartz from Wildenkogel
Titanite from Auernig
Rutilated Quarz with cyano bacteria
Fluorite from Tauern Valley
Smoky Quartz from Wildenkogel
Titanite from Auernig

 

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