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Tellus Museum Visit, Part 5: Worldwide Collection

This final post on Tellus Museum features some of the minerals in their worldwide collection. While the museum collection places a special emphasis on Georgia minerals, many other fine worldwide specimens are also on display. This post features some of outstanding or interesting specimens from their worldwide collection.


Rhodochrosite Slab from Catamarca, Argentina
Rhodochrosite Slab from Catamarca, Argentina


Fluorite Cube from the Elmwood Mine, Smith Co., Tennessee
Fluorite Cube from the Elmwood Mine, Smith Co., Tennessee


Celestine Crystals from Michigan
Celestine Crystals from Michigan


Smoky Quartz from Diamond Hill, Antreville, South Carolina
Smoky Quartz from Diamond Hill, Antreville, South Carolina


Large Selenite from Naica, Chihuahua, Mexico
Large Selenite from Naica, Chihuahua, Mexico


Calcite Twin from the Elmwood Mine, Smith Co., Tennessee
Calcite Twin from the Elmwood Mine, Smith Co., Tennessee


Elongated Quartz Crystals with Reddish Hematite Coating
Elongated Quartz Crystals with Reddish Hematite Coating


Boulangerite from Zacatecas, Mexico
Boulangerite from Zacatecas, Mexico


Galena Cubes on Matrix from Joplin, Missouri
Galena Cubes on Matrix from Joplin, Missouri


Orange Calcite from Guangxi Province, China
Orange Calcite from Guangxi Province, China


Blue Dolomite from Muzo, Boyaca, Colombia
Blue Dolomite from Muzo, Boyaca, Colombia


Prehnite from New Jersey
Prehnite from New Jersey


Rock from the Moon
Rock from the Moon