🔎 UNIDENTIFIED Mystery rocks?

lone420kitty

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I found some rocks and I’m curious as to what they are 🙃
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Back-of-the-boat

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I think it is coal.In some picture it looks to be in layers like sedimentary rock that is why I think coal but in a few pictures it almost looks fractured like obsidian would be or slag glass. So it is hard to say from pictures.
 
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bc5391

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It is obsidian, depending on what state, and where it was found will determine what they are worth. A Saffordite which is also a type of obsidian can be worth $50 a gram, whereas a plain obsidian may only be worth 1 cents a gram.
 
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