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Minerals Newspaper - Issue 3

Last Updated: 12th Jun 2012

By Jolyon & Katya Ralph

Minerals Newspaper - Issue 3

The third issue of MINERALS, the newspaper for collectors, is now available. This newspaper edited by Tomasz Praskier and Scott Werschky is published twice a year, and given out free of charge at all major mineral shows. The third issue has articles on the golden calcites of Malmberget Sweden, the Benitoite Gem mine and an interview with Italian collector Adalberto Giazotto.

It is available as a free download from The download link is at the bottom of this page.

You can pick up a printed copy for free at the Munich Show. It will also be available at Tucson next year.

If you will not be attending the show, and would like to receive a printed copy (for only the cost of postage), please e-mail to:

Minerals Newspaper - Issue 3

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Joe Mulvey
18th Oct 2011 12:52am
It was also given out, free of charge, at the annual Geological Society of America conference in Minneapolis, MN last week.

Paul Brandes
19th Oct 2011 1:10am
Dear Jolyon,
Thanks a lot.

Hasan Abbasi
19th Oct 2011 11:51am
I read it in Munich Show.
Just fantastic! Please, continue ti!

Carles Curto Milà
1st Nov 2011 10:35am
Excellent quality of the Newspaper, though there is likely a misprint on the chrysoberyl sixling labeled as brazilianite 13 cm across (the 13 cm brazilianite in question appears later in the newspaper). Looking very much forward to the next issue!

Jan Braly Kihle
2nd Nov 2011 8:58pm
Thank you for good words!

Tomasz Praszkier
9th Nov 2011 5:34pm
We have some mineral collections as Cuprite with native copper, malachite with Azurite...


hung quoc
3rd Jan 2012 1:47pm

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