history of mineral collecting 1530-1799. by Wendell E. Wilson

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  • Bauer, Georg, -- 1494-1555.

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Other titlesMineralogical Record, November-December 1994, vol. 25, no. 6.
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Pagination263p. :
Number of Pages263
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Open LibraryOL17388254M

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--W.E. Wilson, The history of mineral collectingpage Head- and tail-pieces. Philip Rashleigh, antiquary and mineral collector, lived at Menabilly, near Fowey, Cornwall.'The expansion of tin and copper mining during his lifetime led to Rashleigh's interest in mineralogy.

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