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Here are 48 specimens of gemstones and minerals that can be collected from around the world.  As you can see they come in many different colors, shapes, and sizes.

Amazonite

Amethyst Points

Aqua Marine

Arabic Stone

Autumn Red

Blood Stone

Amazonite

Amethyst Points

Aqua Marine

Arabic Stone

Autumn Red

Blood Stone

Blue Apatite

Blue Calcite

Blue Quartz

Carnelian

Chrysophrase

Citrine Point

Blue Apatite

Blue Calcite

Blue Quartz

Carnelian

Chrysophrase

Citrine Point

Crazy Lace Agate

Crocodile Jasper

Dalmation Jasper

Fluorite

Garnet

Green Aventurine

Crazy Lace Agate

Crocodile Jasper

Dalmation Jasper

Fluorite

Garnet

Green Aventurine

Green Jade

Green Quartz

Honey Calcite

Labradorite

Moonstone

Moss Agate

Green Jade

Green Quartz

Honey Calcite

Labradorite

Moonstone

Moss Agate

Natural Agate

Ocean Jasper

Orange Calcite

Peacock Ore

Pyrite

Quartz

Natural Agate

Ocean Jasper

Orange Calcite

Peacock Ore

Pyrite

Quartz

Quartz with Tourmaline

Red Jasper

Rose Quartz

Rough Citrine

Serpentine

Smoky Quartz

Quartz with Tourmaline

Red Jasper

Rose Quartz

Rough Citrine

Serpentine

Smoky Quartz

Sodalite

Tiger Eye

Tourmaline

Tree Agate

Yellow Jasper

Zebradorite

Sodalite

Tiger Eye

Tourmaline

Tree Agate

Yellow Jasper

Zebradorite

Crystal Point

Emerald Calcite

Emerald

Obsidian Arrowhead

Ruby

Ruby Zoisite

Crystal Point

Emerald Calcite

Emerald

Obsidian Arrowhead

Ruby

Ruby Zoisite

 

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