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Trying to identify.

by Dan
(Raleigh, NC USA)

My daughter found this in Raleigh, NC.
She is 5 and is dying to know..and i have no idea. Thanks 😁

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Aug 11, 2020
by: Douglas

It looks like carnelian to me. Carnealian is the reddish orange variety of chalcedony.

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