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Posted in response to Re: Help ID This - Thank You from Jim on June 08, 2011 at 05:34:53:

Re: Re: Help ID This - Thank You

Does not appear to be "Cumberlandite" the Rhode Island state mineral. It would be on a different matrix that is usually a dark gey color It does look like some of the Franklin material I have seen. FYI Sal Avella is still alive and in business. Look in the RI phonebook for Apple Valley Minerals. He is a regular contributor to our club (RI Minerla Hunters) and always a great guy to talk to. Also if you live nearby bring it to one of our club meetings. Just "google" the club name for access to the website and newsletter> Neat specimen wherever it is from so being as it is your first hang onto it.

From Don Mello - June 09, 2011 at 11:27:36
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