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We supply www.popsshed.com.au in Melbourne with inlay chip stones from Mount Isa.
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I guarantee the location of all of my materials as I find or source them myself. Mineral data sites may have the same listed in a different
area as they have limited options available for locality listing.
For example a mineral may be falsely listed as the Mary Kathleen District when there is no such District.
The correct description would be Cloncurry Shire.
For convenience and because of such errors, we describe it as Cloncurry/Mount Isa areas,
but often describe one or the other depending on which one it may be closer to.
I do give more details to people who purchase our specimens if required.
A new find of Double terminated Smoky Quartz from Rosebud Station, Cloncurry, Queensland.
A new find of Dolomite with some Pyrite from Kings Cross mine, Cloncurry, Queensland.
We have discovered a new find of Red and Blue Corundum's on Rosebud Station,
Cloncurry, at a totally new location.
We have also discovered this new find of Rutile crystals in the Blockade mine area, Cloncurry.
A new find of Black Tourmaline sprays on Quartz often with Rutile crystals growing on the Tourmaline as above
A new find of Garnet. Variety as yet unknown from the Corella area, Cloncurry
A new find of Magnetite crystals from the Corella area
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