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What is the Average Cost of Calaverite per gram/pound? Average Calaverite Price

Calaverite was first recognized in 1861 by the mineralogist Frederick Augustus Genth who reported it as a new gold telluride in 1868. It was discovered in the Stanislaus Mine, Carson Hill, in Calaveras, California. It is an uncommon mineral sought by the collectors and fortune seekers because it is an ore gold. It is associated with minerals such as gold, quartz, celestine and fluorite. The luster is bright metallic and the color is brassy yellow to silver white. A Calaverite Gold Telluride with a weight of 100g can be bought for the price of $199.

by Susan White on Thu, 02/17/2011 - 09:15

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