Come to meet Mineralogical Almanac International team
and see our new items and several very important books 
which are available at our booth A6.552 at the Munich Show (October 25-28) 2018
 

We have only one copy of most of them so you can preorder them now.

 

The Cluster of Garnet Crystals


The Cluster of Garnet Crystals

The Cluster of garnet crystals (up to 0.6 cm). 3.7 cm.
Bor quarry, Dalnegorsk, Primorsky Krai, Far East. Find 2018.

Silent Auction October  25, 2018
3 pm – 4.30 pm
at our booth A6.522



Status: Available

Minerals of the Southern Urals (on Russian). Mineraly Yuzhnogo Urala
by Kolisnichenko Sergei

Minerals of the Southern Urals (Russian).
Mineraly Yuzhnogo Urala

 

By Sergei V. Kolisnichenko, Vladimir A. Popov, Sergei G. Epanchintsev, and Alexey M. Kuznetsov.

415 photos. Format: 21 x 15 cm. 416 pages.

Published by Sanarka Ltd, 2017.

The new edition of the book “All Minerals of the Southern Urals” was published in format which more convenient and easy to use during field mineral collecting.
It is devoted to the minerals and localities of the Chelyabinsk region, which occupies a quarter of the entire Ural Range - and about a thousand mineral species and their varieties are known here.



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Price: $65.00 (USD)

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Greece: Minerals - Localities – Deposits (German)
Griechenland: Mineralien - Fundorte - Lagerstatten

By Berthold Ottens and Panagiotis Voudouris
1200 photos and maps. Format: 25 x 28.5 cm. 480 pages.

Published by Christian Weise Verlag in 2018.

Most comprehensive review of Greece minerals, their localities and deposits.

 



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Price: $95.00 (USD)

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Ore Mountains (Erzgebirge) - Minerals with a type locality in Saxony (on German)
Erzgebirge - Minerale mit einer Typlokalität in Sachsen

Ore Mountains (Erzgebirge) - Minerals with a type locality in Saxony (on German)
Erzgebirge - Minerale mit einer Typlokalität in Sachsen

By Dr. Thomas Witzke, Prof. dr. Klaus Thalheim and Dipl.-Mineralogist Andreas Massanek

About 1,800 photos of minerals, sites, historical labels. Format: 24 x 28 cm. 664 pages. Published by Bode Verlag, Germany in October, 2018.

The first volume from the new four-volume "Edition Sachsenschätze".

It is a milestone in the history of Saxon mineralogy in every respect. It is the standard work that will find its place next to the "Klockmann", next to the "Strunz" and "Rösler" in every library of a mineral collector or scientist. Read the exciting stories and events surrounding the discoveries and first descriptions of the Saxon minerals, to many errors and misconceptions. Follow the often complicated and interesting paths that a mineral determination has gone through for centuries. Some of the information turns out to be inaccurate, but sometimes dragging through the literature for a long time. In other cases, there are different interpretations of what should be regarded as the original description and thus also as type locality. This unique compendium now presents all type minerals found in Saxony for the first time.



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Price: $98.00 (USD)

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The Treasures of the Stone Belt (Russian and English)
Sokrovischa Kamennogo Poyasa

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The Treasures of the Stone Belt
Sokrovischa Kamennogo Poyasa (Russian and English)

By Ivan V. Dementjev, Yurii A. Polenov, Vladimir N. Avdonin, Valeriy G. Tyuljkin and Eugene V. Burlakov

Format: 24.5 x 34 cm. 144 pages. Published in 2004.

This full colored book devotes to mineral resources of the Ural Range (called the Stone Belt of Russia), which stretches over two thousand kilometers along the border between Europe and Asia.

This coffe table book illustrates the history of the study and the mining of mineral treasures of the region from ancient times to the present day on the example of the exposition of the Ural Geological Museum.



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Price: $80.00 (USD)

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Chronicles of Crystal Hunters (French)
Chroniques de Cristalliers

Chronicles of Crystal Hunters (French)
Chroniques de Cristalliers 

By Sebastien Khayati.

550 photos. Format: 21 x 29.7 cm. 224 pages.

Published in 2014.

Book devoted discoveries that attracts attention of collectors of the world.

Most important chapters of the book:

• Axinites of Armentier

• Prehnites of Combe de la Selle

• Anatases, brookites, quartz of Plan du Lac

• Quartz from La Gardette

• Sidérite and quartz of Allevard

• Sidérite and quartz from Vizille and Saint-Pierre-de-Mésage

• Ghost Quartz from the Deux Alpes

• Fluorite pink and red of Mont Blanc

.........and more.



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Price: $55.00 (USD)

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Minerals Bazhenovskoye chrysotile asbestos deposit (Russian)
Mineraly Bazhenovskogo Khrisotyle-asbestos mestorozhdeniya

Minerals Bazhenovskoye chrysotile asbestos deposit (Russian)
Mineraly Bazhenovskogo Khrisotyle-asbestos mestorozhdeniya

 

By Alexander B. Loskutov and Elena A. Novgorodova.

570 photos and 3D color schemes of the veins and sections.

Format: 24.5 x 34 cm. 340 pages. Published by the authors in 2013.

The book is devoted to the minerals of the rodingite of one of the most famous deposits of the Middle Urals. It consists of 14 chapters, in which the varieties of grossular, vesuvianite, brucite, diopside and other minerals of the deposit is comprehensive presented.

Published by amateur collectors on the basis of their study and observation for thirty years. Highly recommended!



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Price: $88.00 (USD)

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Educational Collection of Classic Minerals
the Bazhenovskoye deposit (Middle Ural, Russia)

Educational Collection of Classic Minerals

This collection of classic minerals from the Bazhenovskoye deposit (Middle Ural) which is one of the classical localities in Russia, consists of twelve minerals specimens - pyrite, vesuvianite, stilbite, brucite, datolite, apophyllite, grossular, calcite, clinochlore, diopside - glued onto a plastic table.

Special price (only 20 USd) with buying special issue devoted Mineralogy of Rodingites of the Bazhenovskoe Deposit //Mineralogical Almanac, volume 22, issue 3, 2017.



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Price: $25.00 (USD)

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Novelty:
Spheres from Rocks of the North Ural Deposits, , Russia

Novelty: Spheres from Rocks of the Severouralsk Deposits, North Urals, Russia

Large sphere (20 cm), skarn from Vorontsovskoye deposit, North Urals, Sverdlovsk Region, Russia.

Sphere (13 cm), realgar-bearing breccia from the Vorontsovskoye deposit, North Urals, Sverdlovsk Region, Russia.

Sphere (13 cm), porphyrite from the Kaliskaya mine, Severouralsk Bauxite Mine (SUBR), Severouralsk, North Urals, Sverdlovsk Region, Russia.

Sphere (13 cm), granate with chlorite rock from the Severopeschanskaya Mine, Krasnoturinsk, North Urals, Sverdlovsk Region, Russia.

Sphere (13 cm), pyrite with chalcopyrite from the Turinskie Copper Mines, Krasnoturinsk, North Urals, Sverdlovsk Region, Russia.



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Large Fluorite Sphere


Large sphere (20 cm), fluorite from Transbaikalia, Russia.



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Pyrrhotite with galena, sphalerite, quartz and calcite on the matrix.
Nikolaevskiy Mine, Dalnegorsk, Russia.

Pyrrhotite with galena, sphalerite, quartz and calcite on the matrix.
Nikolaevskiy Mine, Dalnegorsk, Russia.

Pyrrhotite crystals (up to 2.1 cm)
with lamellar galena crystals (1.5 cm), with sphalerite, quartz and calcite on the rock.

Nikolaevskiy mine, Dalnegorsk, Primorsky Krai, Far East, Russia. Find 2005

 



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The Cluster of Garnet Crystals


The Cluster of Garnet Crystals

The Cluster of garnet crystals (up to 0.6 cm). 2.25 cm.
Bor quarry, Dalnegorsk, Primorsky Krai, Far East. Find 2018.



Status: Available

Price: $50.00 (USD)

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