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The Tucson Gem and Mineral Show® 2019: Non-Theme Showcases

The Tucson Gem and Mineral Show® 2019 has an incredible amount of public display cases and minerals. Many of the display cases are related to the show theme, but there are many others not related to the theme, filled with exceptional minerals. This post features some of these exceptional displays not related to the theme, from both private collectors and museums.
 


Opal Austrailis: The World's Largest Collection of Polished Vertical Seam Black Opal, Lightning Ridge, Australia, A&S Opals
Opal Austrailis: The World's Largest Collection of Polished Vertical
Seam Black Opal, Lightning Ridge, Australia
A&S Opals

Exquisite Tourmaline  and Other Gem Crystals, Naturalcreationsmineralco.com
Exquisite Tourmaline and Other Gem Crystals
Naturalcreationsmineralco.com

Exquisite Tourmaline  and Other Gem Crystals, Naturalcreationsmineralco.com
Tourmaline from the Pederneira Mine, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Naturalcreationsmineralco.com

Jumbo Gems, GIA
Jumbo Gems
GIA

Topaz Crystal Collection, From the Meieran Collection and the Larson Collection
Topaz Crystal Collection
From the Meieran Collection and the Larson Collection

Gem Crystals, Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County

Goodness Gracious: Great Balls of Minerals, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
Goodness Gracious: Great Balls of Minerals
Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

Minerals of the of the Bazhenovskoe Deposits, the Worlds Largest Serpentine Deposit in Russia, From the Collection of Elena Gorodova and Alexander Loskutov
Minerals of the of the Bazhenovskoe Deposits, the Worlds Largest Serpentine Deposit in Russia
From the Collection of Elena Gorodova and Alexander Loskutov

Colorful Copper Minerals, Cincinnati Museum Center
Colorful Copper Minerals
Cincinnati Museum Center

Minerals from the Ojuela Mine, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico, The Sherman Dugan Museum of Geology at San Juan College
Minerals from the Ojuela Mine, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico
The Sherman Dugan Museum of Geology at San Juan College

Maine Gem Minerals, Maine Gem & Mineral Museum
Maine Gem Minerals
Maine Gem & Mineral Museum

Young Mineral Collectors Case
New Minerals at the Smithsonian Collection from Donations
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

Generations and Morphologies of Fluorite from the Cookes Peak District, Luna Co., NM, Enchanted Minerals, LLC
Generations and Morphologies of Fluorite from the Cookes Peak District, Luna Co., NM
Enchanted Minerals, LLC

Young Mineral Collectors Case

Minerals of the San Juan Volcanic Field, Colorado, Jeff Self & Donna Ware
Minerals of the San Juan Volcanic Field, Colorado
Jeff Self & Donna Ware

Coyamito Agates of Mexico: Pseudomorph Agates from Rancho Coyamito Norte, Chichuahua, Mexico
Coyamito Agates of Mexico:
Pseudomorph Agates from Rancho Coyamito Norte, Chichuahua, Mexico

Together we Rock: Specimens that were on Loan to former Congresswoman Gabriel Giffords and the Late Senator John McCain, The University of Arizona Mineral Museum
"Together we Rock": Specimens that were on Loan to former Congresswoman
Gabriel Giffords and the Late Senator John McCain
The University of Arizona Mineral Museum

Arizona Treasures Mined from the University of Arizona Mineral Museum Collection, The University of Arizona Mineral Museum
Arizona Treasures Mined from the University of Arizona Mineral Museum Collection
The University of Arizona Mineral Museum

Get the Lead Out, Mineralogical Association of Dallas (MAD)
"Get the Lead Out"
Mineralogical Association of Dallas (MAD)

High-End Fine Mineral Case, Courtesy of the Scott Rudolph Mineral Museum
High-End Fine Mineral Case
Courtesy of the Scott Rudolph Mineral Museum

Arizona Collectors, Volume 2 Submission Candidates, Flagg Mineral Foundation
Arizona Collectors, Volume 2 Submission Candidates
Flagg Mineral Foundation

In Memory of John Veevaert: John's Favorite Locality - San Benito Co., CA, Martin Zinn Collection
In Memory of John Veevaert: John's Favorite Locality - San Benito Co., CA
Martin Zinn Collection

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