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Posted in response to Working Turquoise from John Gonzales-Lusk on March 08, 2008 at 19:07:24:

Re: Working Turquoise

John; It seems like I have seen a new book advertised about turquoise have you tried a search on amazon? I know of the old tiffany Mine Near Gleason Az I think you can find chalk there and maybe better if you lucky it is free. I tried to find it once and if I had used my head a little better would have I think if you go there get Neil Berces first book for instruscions. There are a lot of old copper mines in Az where you can find turquoise just maybe not in quantity. Dave Owen

From Dave Owen - March 09, 2008 at 11:40:53

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