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Kalifornien

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USA / Kalifornien (California)

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Goldnugget mit Quarzeinschlüssen
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Goldnugget mit Quarzeinschlüssen

FO: Kalifornien/USA; Bildbreite ca. 18mm; Leider ist der Fundort nicht genauer bekannt.

Sammlung: etalon
Copyright: etalon
Beitrag: etalon 2020-12-24
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Gold
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Gold

Größe: 75x45 mm; Fundort: Kalifornien, USA

Sammlung: Harvard University
Copyright: Rock Currier
Beitrag: slugslayer 2010-11-30
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Gold
Aufrufe (Bild: 1291372904): 10819
Gold

Größe: 81x69 mm; Fundort: Kalifornien, USA

Sammlung: Dave Wilber
Copyright: Rock Currier
Beitrag: slugslayer 2010-12-03
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Gesteine (Anzahl: 78)

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Referenz- und Quellangaben, Literatur

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