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English: Uraninite
Locality: Chestnut Flats Mine, Spruce Pine, Spruce Pine District, Mitchell County, North Carolina, USA ( Locality at
This specimen is a solid, complete-all-around stack of large uraninties to a 1 cm or slightly more in size. They have sharp form, moderate luster, and are unaltered. 4 x 2.4 x 2.1 cm
Deutsch: Uraninit
Fundort: Chestnut Flats Mine, Spruce Pine, Spruce Pine District, Mitchell County, North Carolina, Vereinigte Staaten ( Fundort bei
Date before March 2010


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