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  6. Couple of Chrome peices I did

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  7. Dead Critter Heads

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  8. Flint Knapping 1 2

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    • I was thinking platinum but u cant see it in the pics i got... I dont think solver just a silver color. And i have gold tester and it did come up as gold in some parts... Is it common for gold and pyrite to be together? Do u know how i would get it tested and not like i would but if it is gold how i take it out?  Also there are crystals but i dont know if thats normal. From what I read its probably from the type of mineral. I forget what kind.  Just wondering if i should keep as decoration or worth getting looked into.  I mean who saves rocks like this ?? Besides me....
    • Thank you Skip, Great day, sun shining, kids are well so that is as good as it gets! Stay healthy my friend. Jeff
    • Take a needle and pinch the gold if it dents, it could be gold, if it flakes its likely pyrite.  If you have doubts, you can crush a small piece up and pan it.  Gold will be shiny and settle to the bottom of the pan. To me it looks like one white quartz rocks and iron stained ore.  The black rock could be a number of things from an iron ore, to manganese, to a silver ore, but not likely silver.
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