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The Stolen Specimen Alert page posts photos and information regarding stolen mineral specimens. This service is open to anyone, including mineral dealers, museum curators and private collectors, who have suffered a theft, and who can supply a photo of the stolen specimens. Please also supply contact information or other instructions for those who may recognize a posted specimen. To have a specimen posted here, contact the editor at minrecord@comcast.net.
Number of specimens found: 44 | Specimens being viewed: 33 to 40

The Mineralogical Record - STOLEN IN 2011:<BR>
ELECTRUM, Ophir mining district, Placer Co, California; 3-cm group of wire electrum crystals, very showy specimen.<br>
<b>CONTACT: Denise Galts</b><br>
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
STOLEN IN 2011:
ELECTRUM, Ophir mining district, Placer Co, California; 3-cm group of wire electrum crystals, very showy specimen.
CONTACT: Denise Galts
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
The Mineralogical Record - STOLEN IN 2011:<BR>
GOLD, Red Ledge Mine, California. Excellent specimen; flattened, elongate and equant octahedrons.<br>
<b>CONTACT: Denise Galts</b><br>
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
STOLEN IN 2011:
GOLD, Red Ledge Mine, California. Excellent specimen; flattened, elongate and equant octahedrons.
CONTACT: Denise Galts
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
The Mineralogical Record - STOLEN IN 2011:<BR>
THREE FACETTED ANDRADITES (green-rectangular cut- 4.20 carats, Usakos Mine, Namibia,  ex. S. Pieters; blue- circle cut-4.18 carats, Usakos Mine, ex S. Pieters, and rose, triangle cut- 2 carats, Usakos Mine, ex S. Pieters). <br>
<b>CONTACT: Denise Galts</b><br>
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
STOLEN IN 2011:
THREE FACETTED ANDRADITES (green-rectangular cut- 4.20 carats, Usakos Mine, Namibia, ex. S. Pieters; blue- circle cut-4.18 carats, Usakos Mine, ex S. Pieters, and rose, triangle cut- 2 carats, Usakos Mine, ex S. Pieters).
CONTACT: Denise Galts
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
The Mineralogical Record - STOLEN IN 2011:<BR>
ANGLESITE, facetted, 23.25 CT., from Tsumeb, Namibia.<br>
<b>CONTACT: Denise Galts</b><br>
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
STOLEN IN 2011:
ANGLESITE, facetted, 23.25 CT., from Tsumeb, Namibia.
CONTACT: Denise Galts
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
The Mineralogical Record - STOLEN IN 2011:<BR>
GUADAFROYITE, Wesssels mine, South Africa; 4-cm group of sharp, lustrous, doubly terminated crystals.<br>
<b>CONTACT: Denise Galts</b><br>
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
STOLEN IN 2011:
GUADAFROYITE, Wesssels mine, South Africa; 4-cm group of sharp, lustrous, doubly terminated crystals.
CONTACT: Denise Galts
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
The Mineralogical Record - STOLEN IN 2011:<BR>
ELECTRUM, Goldbridge, BC, Canada; 1-cm electrum nugget.<br>
<b>CONTACT: Denise Galts</b><br>
gmtpmineral@gmail.com

STOLEN IN 2011:
ELECTRUM, Goldbridge, BC, Canada; 1-cm electrum nugget.
CONTACT: Denise Galts
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
The Mineralogical Record - STOLEN IN 2011:<BR>
SPESSARTINE, Marienflüss, Namibia,
7 cm specimen; two rounded, partially resorbed (or dissolved) fire-orange spessartine crystals (0.8 cm) and four cut spessartine stones (1 circle 7 mm, one oval 7 mm, droplet 9 mm and rectangular 11 mm).<br>
<b>CONTACT: Denise Galts</b><br>
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
STOLEN IN 2011:
SPESSARTINE, Marienflüss, Namibia, 7 cm specimen; two rounded, partially resorbed (or dissolved) fire-orange spessartine crystals (0.8 cm) and four cut spessartine stones (1 circle 7 mm, one oval 7 mm, droplet 9 mm and rectangular 11 mm).
CONTACT: Denise Galts
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
The Mineralogical Record - STOLEN IN 2011:<BR>
GOLD, Lokel mine, Nevada; eight specimens (six shown), 1 to 3 cm, of crystallized gold, high luster.<br>
<b>CONTACT: Denise Galts</b><br>
gmtpmineral@gmail.com

STOLEN IN 2011:
GOLD, Lokel mine, Nevada; eight specimens (six shown), 1 to 3 cm, of crystallized gold, high luster.
CONTACT: Denise Galts
gmtpmineral@gmail.com
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