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Stolen Specimen Alert

  • Idaho aquamarine, about fist-size. Call Rick Schubert, 208-830-8259. "There could be a reward for its recovery."

  • Gold nugget, 5.5 cm, from El Dorado, Bolivar, Venezuela. Stolen from the Sterling Hill Mining Mueum; contact Earl Verbeek, everbeek@ptd.net.

  • Gold in Siderite 11 cm, from Morro Velho, Brazil. Stolen from the Sterling Hill Mining Mueum; contact Earl Verbeek, everbeek@ptd.net.

  • Velvet malachite, 5 inches, stolen January 5, 2011, from Minerals Unlimited, Ridgecrest, California. Contact Wendi@mineralsunlimited.com.

  • Gold with Tetradymite, 10 cm, from the Rising Sun mine, Placer Co., California. Stolen from the Sterling Hill Mining Mueum; contact Earl Verbeek, everbeek@ptd.net.

  • Gold, 10 cm, from the 10 Mine District, Humboldt Co., Nevada. Stolen from the Sterling Hill Mining Mueum; contact Earl Verbeek, everbeek@ptd.net.

  • Gold, 8 cm, from Breckenridge, Colorado. Stolen from the Sterling Hill Mining Mueum; contact Earl Verbeek, everbeek@ptd.net.

  • Gold, 8 cm, locality unknown. Stolen from the Sterling Hill Mining Mueum; contact Earl Verbeek, everbeek@ptd.net.

  • Gold, 8 cm, locality unknown. Stolen from the Sterling Hill Mining Mueum; contact Earl Verbeek, everbeek@ptd.net.

  • Gold, 8 cm, from the Nashville mine, El Dorado Co., California. Stolen from the Sterling Hill Mining Mueum; contact Earl Verbeek, everbeek@ptd.net.

  • Gold, 6.5 cm, from the North Glymire mine, Queensland, Australia. Stolen from the Sterling Hill Mining Mueum; contact Earl Verbeek, everbeek@ptd.net.

  • Gold, 8.5 cm, from the North Glymire mine, Queensland, Australia. Stolen from the Sterling Hill Mining Mueum; contact Earl Verbeek, everbeek@ptd.net.

  • Gold, 10.5 cm, from the Nugget Pond mine, Newfoundland. Stolen from the Sterling Hill Mining Mueum; contact Earl Verbeek, everbeek@ptd.net.

  • Gold, 12 cm, from Rio Cuaron, Miches, Dominican Republic. Stolen from the Sterling Hill Mining Mueum; contact Earl Verbeek, everbeek@ptd.net.

  • Gold, 6 cm, from the Round Mountain mine, Nye Co., Nevada. Stolen from the Sterling Hill Mining Mueum; contact Earl Verbeek, everbeek@ptd.net.

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD, Mystery Wind Mine, Placer County, California. Beautiful leaves (dendrites) of crystallized gold (4.4 cm), no matrix, beautiful golden yellow color.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD, Eagle’s Nest mine, California; Excellent crystallized gold (nicknamed “the Llama”).
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD, Red Mountain gold mine (Round Mountain Gold Corp. High-grade vein, 5.32 oz.) Framed, beautiful 18.5-cm crystallized gold plate, sprinkled with milky white quartz up to 5 mm.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    JEREMEJEVITE, Namibia; 2 Jeremejevite cut stones, blue color (5 and 4 mm).
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD, Lokel mine, Winnemucca, Nevada; Arborescent crystals on limonite-stained quartz.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    JEREMEJEVITE, Namibia; Superb single blue jeremejevite crystal, measuring 4 cm. Second best/largest crystal in the world.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD, San Pedro mine, New Mexico; Gold wires in calcite matrix.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD, Lokel mine, Winnemucca, Nevada; Fist-size mass of gold crystal on quartz/limonite matrix, one of the finest crystallized golds from Nevada.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD, Eagle’s Nest mine, California; Superbly lustrous group of octahedrons with wire gold extending from one end.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    ELBAITE on Quartz, Usakos mine, Erongo, Namibia. Excellent dark green prismatic elbaite crystal perched in quartz matrix.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD, Mystery Wind Mine, California. Large, flattened octahedrons attached to small bit of quartz matrix.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD, Red Ledge mine, California; Flattened crystallized gold.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    PYRITE, Huanuco Department, Peru, 6.5 cm, modified octahedral crystals 4 to 5 cm.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    ELBAITE (cut stone- 5.64 ct), Neu Schwaben mine, Namibia; Blue-green emerald cut.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    PROUSTITE, Freiberg, Saxony, Germany; 5.5 cm, gemmy cluster with two dominant, 5-cm crystals grown subparallel. One crystal seems repaired.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD, Eagle’s Nest Mine, California; Superb specimen; 8-cm fan rising from palm-size vein quartz section.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    ANDRADITE-DEMANTOID variety, Erongo Mountains, Namibia, 4.5 cm specimen; 3 dark green gemmy demantoid crystals (0.5 to 1 cm) grown in beige matrix, and three cut (0.5, 0.5 and 1 cm) demantoid stones.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    ELECTRUM, Ophir mining district, Placer Co, California; 3-cm group of wire electrum crystals, very showy specimen.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD, Red Ledge Mine, California. Excellent specimen; flattened, elongate and equant octahedrons.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    THREE FACETTED ANDRADITES (green-rectangular cut- 4.20 carats, Usakos Mine, Namibia, ex. S. Pieters; blue- circle cut-4.18 carats, Usakos Mine, ex S. Pieters, and rose, triangle cut- 2 carats, Usakos Mine, ex S. Pieters).
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    ANGLESITE, facetted, 23.25 CT., from Tsumeb, Namibia.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GUADAFROYITE, Wesssels mine, South Africa; 4-cm group of sharp, lustrous, doubly terminated crystals.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    ELECTRUM, Goldbridge, BC, Canada; 1-cm electrum nugget.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    SPESSARTINE, Marienflüss, Namibia, 7 cm specimen; two rounded, partially resorbed (or dissolved) fire-orange spessartine crystals (0.8 cm) and four cut spessartine stones (1 circle 7 mm, one oval 7 mm, droplet 9 mm and rectangular 11 mm).
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD, Lokel mine, Nevada; eight specimens (six shown), 1 to 3 cm, of crystallized gold, high luster.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    RHODOCHROSITE, Uchucchacua Mine, Peru, 9 cm; dark red, watermelon color rhombohedral crystals of rhodochrosite on dark, very finely botryoidal matrix.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD in Quartz matrix, 3 cm (no locality).
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD, Eagle’s Nest Mine, California, 6 cm; beautiful golden yellow leaves, crystals and dendrites of crystallized gold, sitting on 5.5-cm milky quartz matrix.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

  • STOLEN IN 2011:
    GOLD (no locality); Excellent but broken specimen of crystallized gold perched on a bit of quartz matrix.
    CONTACT: Denise Galts
    gmtpmineral@gmail.com

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