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#1

wyleecoyotee
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Joined: 24 October 2017
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24 October 2017 12:49 pm

Hi Everyone,

I've just joined up in the hope that I can make some good contacts who would be happy to trade genuine Australian gemstones, with accurate provenance for cash (or cheque/bank transfer, you know what I mean!).
I am looking for beautiful examples of such gems as Barrington Tops Rubies (pink sapphire, really), Peridot, Emerald or other Beryl, Topaz, Quartz (Chrysoprase, Amethyst, Citrine, Moss Agate or other), Garnet, Zircon and Rhodenite.

I would also be interested in clean, pure, alluvial (or other) gold.

Please contact me with any beautiful items you would be happy to sell and lets see if we can strike up a mutually agreeable, ongoing relationship.

I am looking at expanding my existing business into specialising in Australian made jewellery featuring gorgeous specimens of Auastralian gems with full details of origin.

Hoping to start something special here.

Cheers,

WyleeC!

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#2

B5MECH
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From: Yamums, NSW
Joined: 25 January 2016
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24 October 2017 09:30 pm

wyleecoyotee wrote:

Hi Everyone,

I've just joined up in the hope that I can make some good contacts who would be happy to trade genuine Australian gemstones, with accurate provenance for cash (or cheque/bank transfer, you know what I mean!).
I am looking for beautiful examples of such gems as Barrington Tops Rubies (pink sapphire, really), Peridot, Emerald or other Beryl, Topaz, Quartz (Chrysoprase, Amethyst, Citrine, Moss Agate or other), Garnet, Zircon and Rhodenite.

I would also be interested in clean, pure, alluvial (or other) gold.

Please contact me with any beautiful items you would be happy to sell and lets see if we can strike up a mutually agreeable, ongoing relationship.

I am looking at expanding my existing business into specialising in Australian made jewellery featuring gorgeous specimens of Australian gems with full details of origin.

Hoping to start something special here.

Cheers,

WyleeC!

What's wrong guys... roll ......he's a Jeweler that would like to buy your hard earned precious metal/gems cool
Seems like an awesome contact to me yikes thumbsup
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#3

7.62marksman
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From: Nowra, NSW
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24 October 2017 09:39 pm

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Might just stay here for a bit yet


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#4

silver
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24 October 2017 10:16 pm

Roll up rrrroll up, bring out your best gems n G O O O O L D. devil


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#5

Dihusky
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From: Gold Coast, QLD
Joined: 16 June 2017
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29 October 2017 09:18 pm

Are you looking for rough stones or cut?

#6

Danny13
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29 October 2017 10:30 pm

Hi WyleeC and welcome to the forum , I can source full face boulder Opal like the specimen below

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Dan

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#7

Matt80
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From: Rockhampton, QLD
Joined: 14 July 2014
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30 October 2017 03:43 am

Wow that opal is like a sunset over the ocean yikes

#8

silver
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30 October 2017 08:09 am

Probly $30,000 worth yikes


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#9

silver
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30 October 2017 08:10 am

Or more ! yikes yikes


What a great day ! ,... " I'll see you in the field ".

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#10

Golden Emu
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30 October 2017 03:46 pm

Got some blue sapphires cut or uncut?


Just Pecking around!

#11

Harlequin
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17 February 2018 12:41 pm

Are you interested in cut and polished Lightning Ridge opal?

Harlequin

#12

palmerston
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29 July 2018 10:18 pm

i have some red garnets and some green stones not too sure wat the green ones r peridot or green saphirs maybe cant seem to get a straight answer

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palmerston
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29 July 2018 10:19 pm

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palmerston
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29 July 2018 10:20 pm

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palmerston
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29 July 2018 10:21 pm

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#16

Ramjet
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29 July 2018 10:26 pm

The original post is from October 2017. He has never made another post so.....


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#17

palmerston
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29 July 2018 10:30 pm

and also black obsidian all of the above r rough uncut specimens

#18

Lefty
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29 July 2018 11:15 pm

Those green stones are extremely interesting looking Palmerston - can't tell for certain from a photo but if they are sapphires then they look to be outstanding quality. Depending on the size, theh would be well worth faceting.

#19

Lefty
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29 July 2018 11:18 pm

Have you tried to scratch them with anything? Sapphire is harder than almost anything else, you should not be able to scratch them using one of the garnets (which also look nice by the way)

#20

Dihusky
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From: Gold Coast, QLD
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29 July 2018 11:24 pm

palmerston wrote:

i have some red garnets and some green stones not too sure wat the green ones r peridot or green saphirs maybe cant seem to get a straight answer

What do you want to do with them, have them cut, sell them???

#21

Dihusky
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29 July 2018 11:27 pm

Ramjet wrote:

The original post is from October 2017. He has never made another post so.....

Must be a Politician RJ

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#22

palmerston
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05 August 2018 05:29 pm

i wouldnt mind selling a few there easy enough to get . and the green ones r much harder lefty but i think some r a little bit different i have found small pieces of pink and blue saphires in the area so they could be but i was told green saphires r much rarer but a freind asked an older fossicker and he said the one he had was a green dogtooth saphire but its all here say iv had jewlers and a few ppl who run gem clubs tell me there anything and everything from worthless broken bottles through to pricless red rubys lol so i duno

#23

Dihusky
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From: Gold Coast, QLD
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08 August 2018 07:34 pm

palmerston wrote:

i wouldnt mind selling a few there easy enough to get . and the green ones r much harder lefty but i think some r a little bit different i have found small pieces of pink and blue saphires in the area so they could be but i was told green saphires r much rarer but a freind asked an older fossicker and he said the one he had was a green dogtooth saphire but its all here say iv had jewlers and a few ppl who run gem clubs tell me there anything and everything from worthless broken bottles through to pricless red rubys lol so i duno

Makes it hard when people mislead you, tragically some will probably be doing it for their own gain trying to get you to sell a parcel for bugger all!

Do you have a set of scales so you can weigh the stones? I'd certainly be interested in buying a few if we could work something out, difficult though when you don't actually know what the stones are. Quickest test is Specific Gravity which is pretty easy if you have a set of gem scales. I'll send you a PM. thumbsup

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