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English: Beryl (Var.: Emerald)
Locality: Muzo Mine, Muzo, Vasquez-Yacopí Mining District, Boyacá Department, Colombia ( Locality at
Size: 1.3 x 0.6 x 0.6 cm.
An incredibly fine 5-carat emerald crystal, that has it all: bright grass-green colour, glassy luster, a fine termination, and most of all, TOP gemminess.
Deutsch: Beryll (Var.: Smaragd)
Fundort: Muzo Mine, Muzo, Distrikt Vasquez-Yacopí Mining, Boyacá, Kolumbien ( Fundort bei
Größe: 1.3 x 0.6 x 0.6 cm.
Date before March 2010


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