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1970's Arizona copper mines

by Leigh
(Caldwell, ID USA)

It was extracted from an Arizona copper mine in the early 70's from a friend who worked as a core driller. It is light green and has attached to light beige material. It measures 19" wide x 15" high x 13" deep...very heavy for size weighing in at around 115 pounds

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Aug 11, 2020
Copper Ore?
by: Douglas


There are a variety of minerals associated with copper and found in Arizona. Malachite, and chrysochola, are two that have colors similar to your specimen.

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