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  1. Old Gold Ingot??

    Wow! I obviously don't know what it is. I don't understand why someone would say I'm baiting people. How weird. But OK. Nevermind. I've had a very old ring turn black. So the alloy is what turns black and yes I took it to a pawn shop and they said there's definitely gold in it. It's strange how...
  2. Old Gold Ingot??

    This is shaped an awfully lot like an ingot. I believe I see an assayer stamp that is ofcourse so old it can barely be made out. I believe it says 1422 and alot of other numbers and names.
  3. Got A Rock you Want Identified? Post it here! gimme a good picture or 3 or 4!

    Found in marysville Wa. Can you please tell me what this old thing is if anything? Thank You for your help :coffee2:
  4. Please help me identify my specimen from Washington (Snohomish county)

    Herkimer diamond? Crazy! I could swear it looks like diamonds. But I'm not sure what Herkimer means. I'm pretty new to the rockhound thing. It seems like there's a bunch of different stuff on this rock different colors all throughout. These pics don't do much justice. Do you know how much it...
  5. Please help me identify my specimen from Washington (Snohomish county)

    120 lb specimen There is little pits or caves all over the rock that appears to be oily looking clear sparkly crystal like stones growing in them. But is bluish green translucent veins. The rock is very translucent when a flashlight is held to it.
  6. Snohomish county find

    Yes thank you all for looking. And posting. I will for sure repost in the rock gem forum. And see what I can come up with. Thanks again
  7. Snohomish county find

    this is a small piece off of the big rock itself. The large rock have tiny pits or caves all over it with what appears to be clear stones that are oily looking. It is a translucent rock. If a flashlight is held to it it shines through. The rock itself is 120 lb specimen. Please help me identify...
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