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Coop's Collection & My Stuff - Missouri to Colorado Rocks!!

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Coop's Collectors section of Missouri to Colorado Rocks, Minerals & Fossils!
Collecting from all western States - Ariz. to New Mexico to Montana to Wyoming & Etc!

I have almost lived all my life in Missouri.... I do love Missouri & Kansas fossils, Minerals, Rocks and etc. - I am a Retired Archaeologist, so this is No. 1 favorite thing! Love Mayan Archaeological stuff and its Richness of Gemstones & Minerals used by the Mayan's!

I was in the U.S. Army from 1977 to 1980, so I was away for a while in Texas for a few years in the Army at Fort Hood, Texas and in the Northeastern area of Austin, Texas! and then there was some time in South Carolina.

I am a collector of all kinds of things when comes to missouri’s hidden wonders of rocks, minerals, fossils and then there missouri's semi-precious gemstones: from quartz crystals to calcite to high grades of cherts & flints. and then there the areas that you can collect some good to semi-gemstone quality of onyx and then there are the copper replaced minerals to hematite and to other missouri hidden grades of very nice
semi-precious rocks/gemstones.

missouri even has some nice petrified wood collecting areas.

i am just now in the last two to three years, re-building my collections of minerals and gemstone. my favorite gemstone is turquoise and my favorite rock-mineral is missouri’s mozarkite!

Christopher Neal Cooper

 

 
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