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Monthly Mineral Chronicles Volume 4 Issue 1

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For the start of a new year, one full of hope(!), we have a new look. This month, in this 58 page full-colour issue, we have the following articles:

* Cutting Cabochon Days, Rolf Luetcke. Rolf takes us back to the days when he used to cut and polish cabochons.

* Mineral Snippet – Hellyerite

* Collector’s Guide to the Minerals of Lake Boga Part 6, Steve Sorrell. This part of the Lake Boga series looks at the remaining copper species.

* Widmanstätten Structures, Noel Kennon. Ever wondered about those odd markings on some cut faces on meteorites? Noel digs into these patterns.

* The Ironclad Mine – Farmcote Station, Broken Hill District, New South Wales, Trevor Dart. Trevor describes the interesting mineralogy of this lesser-known silver mine near Broken Hill.

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Monthly Mineral Chronicles Volume 4 Issue 1

For the start of a new year, one full of hope(!), we have a new look. This month, in this 58 page full-colour issue, we have the following articles:

* Cutting Cabochon Days, Rolf Luetcke. Rolf takes us back to the days when he used to cut and polish cabochons.

* Mineral Snippet – Hellyerite

* Collector’s Guide to the Minerals of Lake Boga Part 6, Steve Sorrell. This part of the Lake Boga series looks at the remaining copper species.

* Widmanstätten Structures, Noel Kennon. Ever wondered about those odd markings on some cut faces on meteorites? Noel digs into these patterns.

* The Ironclad Mine – Farmcote Station, Broken Hill District, New South Wales, Trevor Dart. Trevor describes the interesting mineralogy of this lesser-known silver mine near Broken Hill.

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