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Finnmal1
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03 April 2021 12:22 pm

I was given a piece of gold bearing quartz by my grandfather it came from the Tebekwe mine in Zimbabwe and was mined sometime in the 1930s. I am interested in finding out the value .It measures 5cmx5cmx3.5cm and weighs 200gm.I am in Tasmania if someone could point me in the right direction to have it looked at would appreciate it . Cheers happy prospecting . Finnmal gold-nugget

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Nightjar
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From: Home-Waikiki, Prospect-Leonora
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03 April 2021 12:30 pm

Hello Finnmal1,

Give this a try.

https://www.gold-prospecting-wa.com/gold-in-quartz.html


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Happy Hunting, Nightjar.

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silver
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03 April 2021 04:03 pm

Is it going up for sale big_smile


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

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yella fella
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From: Launceston, TAS
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04 April 2021 02:32 am

G'day Finnmal1, I'd say read up on specific gravity test's mate and if possible take a pic and post it up .

Sure there's plenty on here that could give you accurate estimation on the specimen's value. Cheers YF.

Last edited by yella fella (04 April 2021 02:33 am)


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Finnmal1
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05 April 2021 12:17 pm

Thanks fellas will do have to read up how to do it .Cheers Finnmal1

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Finnmal1
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05 April 2021 04:19 pm

1617599760_dsc00021_2.jpgyes Silver. I am thinking of selling it .Heres some pics1617599515_dsc00011_2.jpg1617599564_dsc00012.jpg1617599584_dsc00013.jpg1617599607_dsc00015.jpg1617599637_dsc00021.jpg1617599655_dsc00018.jpg1617599675_dsc00019.jpg1617599858_dsc00014.jpg

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