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Pyrite is also known as fool's gold, it's name pyrite is after the Greek pyr meaning fire. because it sparks. Pyrite is considered the most common of the
Hi I’m very new to collecting and learning about rocks, gems and minerals. I was wondering if you can give me some insight about this turquoise a family
These rocks were found in my back yard can anyone help me out with identifying them.
This rock I found in an area near Senoia, GA. The rock was bigger than it is now but I broke some of it off to separate some of the black stones from the
I don’t know anything, it was given to me.
I dont know what is this type of stone could you please help me?
It appears to be local “ironstone“ we find on the Alabama gulf coast. It is hard and heavy, and rust colored. Looks exactly like ostrich leather only giant.
Very unique I just like to know what this is called
It's magneticlooks a little gold and has small zig zag lines or spider veins in it...and is very heavy
Had it in a rock box for years didn't know what it was till U washed it last night and a green clay washed off showing this..I was shocked What is it.