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  1. #3286

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  2. #3287

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    Serpentinite

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    "A smooth sea never made a skilled sailor"

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    Bought it at a garage sale for $40. I appreciate the second identification validation. Click image for larger version. 

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  4. #3289
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rum Tide View Post
    Bought it at a garage sale for $40. I appreciate the second identification validation. Click image for larger version. 

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    If you bought it as a meteorite here is a way to at least semi identify one. https://geology.com/meteorites/meteo...fication.shtml. Since it has the appearance of metal it should have heavy attraction to a magnet. Do a scratch test on the underside of a porcelain toilet tank if you do not have an unglazed tile. If it leaves a streak then it probably is not one. To me it does not look like one according to what I have read and seen but I am far from being an expert. Interesting piece though.

    Good luck.
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    If it can't be grown, it must be mined!

  5. #3290

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    Hi there! I have a rock I'd like identified
    I know its petrified wood of some kind, just wondering what it is as a whole. Also, I think I found a few scrapers. Just wondering if its possible to date anything like them. All were found near ellensburg, WA

    Thanks!!

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  6. #3291

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    Weird hollow rock found

    Hello, I've been cultivating a new field on my property for 3 years now... Im about 20 miles north of the Tenn. border in Kentucky ... I noticed a bright yellow easy to see against the red clay. It was a piece of a rock with "caked " packed yellow powder in it... it was as fine as talcum powder nearly and seemed very pure ...any way long story short I found 3 more pieces and when out together it looks like a hollow rock (after removing the powder) also there was a small v shaped piece that was attached to the rock inside in 2 places but was completely encapsulated in the yellow material. Any way any help on I D would be really really appreciated

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  7. #3292
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    May 2014
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky b View Post
    Hello, I've been cultivating a new field on my property for 3 years now... Im about 20 miles north of the Tenn. border in Kentucky ... I noticed a bright yellow easy to see against the red clay. It was a piece of a rock with "caked " packed yellow powder in it... it was as fine as talcum powder nearly and seemed very pure ...any way long story short I found 3 more pieces and when out together it looks like a hollow rock (after removing the powder) also there was a small v shaped piece that was attached to the rock inside in 2 places but was completely encapsulated in the yellow material. Any way any help on I D would be really really appreciated

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    Save all of what you have and check with nearby colleges to see if they have a geology department. Due to the nature of your find they may have someone who is willing to check it out. Put a match to some of the yellow....it looks like sulfur.
    Last edited by arizau; May 02, 2019 at 10:22 PM.
    If it can't be grown, it must be mined!

  8. #3293

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    What do you mean nature of the find? Any ideas what could be?
    The powder I saved it has no sulpher odor I may put a match to a small amount see if it burns.
    Thank so much for the info !! Any more would be greatly appreciated

  9. #3294
    us
    May 2014
    AZ
    Beach High Banker, Sweep Jig, Whippet Dry Washer, Lobo ST, 1/2 width 2 tray Gold Cube, numerous pans, rocker box, and home made fluid bed and stream sluices.
    2,079
    2988 times
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ricky b View Post
    What do you mean nature of the find? Any ideas what could be?
    The powder I saved it has no sulpher odor I may put a match to a small amount see if it burns.
    Thank so much for the info !! Any more would be greatly appreciated
    It is an oddity that you or I have not heard of and maybe an expert would be interested enough to check it out too. I could find nothing in some limited google searches but it could be a geode of some type but a geode's interior is usually composed of crystals attached to the side. Check under magnification to see if the yellow particles may be a crystal of some type.
    Last edited by arizau; May 03, 2019 at 11:05 AM.
    If it can't be grown, it must be mined!

  10. #3295

    May 2019
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    No flame on the yellow powder... contacted local university waiting for a reply
    Do you have any idea the type of rock it is? Any ideas? Could it be a fossil of some sort??
    Any help is again very very appreciated !!!! Thanks

  11. #3296

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    The fractures don't look to be layered at all there are sparkles all through
    Just FYI it's not fragile at all seems somewhat dense
    As well no magnetic attraction on any part yellow powder does not ignite
    Has kind of a blackish hue on parts of the surface almost shiny

    Thank

  12. #3297

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    Also the yellow powder has no crystal looking structure looks more like tiny granules
    Thanks again

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    Is this a type of fossil agate?
    Last edited by cdv65; May 07, 2019 at 09:57 AM.

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    MrProspector

    May 2019
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    I found this rock in a field in San Antonio,tx and reacted to my metal detector but my magnet did not stick to it.Click image for larger version. 

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    MrProspector

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