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  • 4 Facets.: Information about lapidary, collecting gems and rock hounding. Offers tumbling equipment and also gifts.
  • Blue Hollow Sapphire Mine and Fossicking Park: Sapphire mine located near Sapphire in Central Queensland, Australia. Learn about sapphires and where to go fossicking for them when you visit Central Queensland.
  • Boris' Mineral Collection: Enthusiasts's site describes mineral collection, features a photo gallery, locations and the list of specimens.
  • Cape Cod Rocks: Pictorial museum, exhibiting gems, fossils, rocks, and mineral specimens.
  • Cape-Atlantic Rockhounds: Club for enthusiasts based in Cologne, NJ. Rock collecting, lapidary, geology, mineralogy, shows and related activities.
  • Cyberwall: Minerals: Information to aid the rock and mineral collector
  • ELS Jr. Rockhounds: Club is located in Evansville, Indiana, and open to youngsters ages 9-16. Study earth sciences, field trips and shows.
  • Gem Guides Book Company: Book distributor of books on gems, rockhounding, crystals, mineral collecting, lapidary and jewelrymaking.
  • Geology Adventures: Founded in 1983. Book rockhounding field trips for clubs and organizations.
  • Hinkle's Rock Shop & Opal Mine: Specialize in Oregon thundereggs as well as various other Oregon materials. Plus home for the Rock Shops Opal Mine. Includes sharp photographs.
  • Interior British Columbia: Geology and paleontology tours. Photographs of recent mineral and fossil finds in and around the Kamloops area.
  • Kentucky Agate Collecting: Personal collection of Kentucky agate and other materials. Related links page, including clubs.
  • Kreigh's Web Resources: A large collection of links and original information for Rockhounds about geology, minerals, fossils, lapidary, rock clubs, and other related subjects. Many dealer sites have also been included.
  • Littleton Gem and Mineral Club: The LGMC assists in the enjoyment of finding, procuring, collecting, processing, identifying, exchanging, and displaying gems, minerals, fossils and jewelry as a hobby.
  • Luminoscope Corporation: Manufacturers of the Luminoscope - a cathodoluminescence instrument designed to examine geological samples.
  • Marco's Italian Minerals: Private collection, trade lists, research; and exchange experiences with other rockhounds. Only site that trades exclusively in Italian, or alpine minerals.
  • Minerals, Specimens and Crystals: Online link direct to the mines and lapidary shops for mineral specimens and crystals, display specimens, unique decorator and collector pieces.
  • Nikolay Gospodinov Collection: Bilingual Russian and English language site with photos and information on the mineral and fossil collection of Nikolay Gospodinov.
  • Norwegian Rockhound: Photos of Norwegian minerals, with short descriptions of the geological parageneses they were found in.
  • Rare Earth Minerals: Mining trips to the mountains of North Carolina.
  • Rick Westerholm's Idaho Gem Trails Page: Rock hounding site featuring photos of gem and mineral specimens collected in the state of Idaho.
  • Rock Hound's Home: Intended to give those individuals interested in rocks, minerals, and lapidary, a source for information on the earth sciences, and supporting organizations.
  • Rockhound: Located on the rugged west slope of the Little Florida Mountains, the park is a favorite for "rockhounds" because of the abundant agates and quartz crystals found there. Hiking trails provide spectacular views of the surrounding landscape.
  • Rockhound Corner's: Extensive collections of rocks and minerals, rare books on the subject, and related links. Bilingual.
  • Rockhounding Arkansas: An authoritative and comprehensive guide to Arkansas geology, minerals, and the hobby of rockhounding. Written by the well known geologist Mike Howard.
  • Rockhounds Information Page: Link list and information about the rockhounds mailing list.
  • Tucson Gem and Mineral Show Guide: Information and show schedules for the annual Tucson Gem and Mineral Show featuring extensive illustrated reports by Bob Keller.
  • Virgin Valley Opals: Some of the most beautiful and rarest opals in the world come from Virgin Valley, Nevada. Includes collection sites, geology and history of the area.
  • Where To Find Agate: Online locator service for all types, shape and sizes of Agate.
  • World of Rockhounds: Rockhound chat and list serv. Three lists and two chat rooms available. One for rock talk, one for selling products, and one for finalizing your sales. Also promotes a banner exchange.


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