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Thatsshiny

Tenderfoot
Jul 14, 2019
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Utah
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Thatsshiny

Tenderfoot
Jul 14, 2019
7
3
Utah
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All Treasure Hunting
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The small nugget I have in between my fingers came from a large bundle of nuggets that were all stuck together as one object. The nuggets can be broken off by hand for the most part.
 
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Thatsshiny

Tenderfoot
Jul 14, 2019
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Utah
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All Treasure Hunting
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I found these in the Thomas Range, the WahWah range, and Frisch areas. Utah. The small nugget in my fingers was actually part of a huge round specimen that consisted of thousands of these nuggets stuck together. Magnetism for these items would be little to none.
 
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The porous pieces and glassy ones appear to be slag. Third pic might depict a granitoid.
 
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