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    ng
    Oct 2018
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    Gold Bar Pls help identify

    I found this where gold is mined
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    Sep 2018
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    Quote Originally Posted by Sbalausa View Post
    I found this where gold is mined
    This is a total guess: rocks covered in mercury?
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    But welcome to Tnet.
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    When you come to a fork in the road, take it.

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    Tommy

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    Hawks88

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    Welcome to tnet from Niagara Falls.
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    Jason

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    Not very good pics, but my guess is hemetite. Try taking pics in natural sunlight and take the pics dry, wetting the stones will make it more difficult to identify.
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    jacdec1968

    Feb 2014
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    I agree they could be coated with mercury as that was used in some mining operations to recover gold. The darker stones look like Obsidian.
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    ng
    Oct 2018
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    OK, thanks

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    ng
    Oct 2018
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    Alright thank you, i will update my new finding

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    us
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    Gold and mercury have a tremendous attraction for each other. That is why miners used mercury in their process. If ordinary rocks had the same attraction, the process wouldn't work. Therefore I would say those rocks are not coated with mercury. Just a lay persons thought.

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    Think smart not hard

    Dec 2014
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    My guess is apache tears.

 

 

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