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Dvus925

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About Dvus925

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    california
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    HEAVY METALS , Mostly platinum group metals and gold etc.

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  1. In the area I found this ,approximately within 15 feet I found this in the ground its about 48 inches round and buried about 3 feet down
  2. No garlic smell either i had a chance to hit it with an acetylene and oxygen torch and a bead dripped off the vise that was holding it it was silver in color with a dull pink tinge to it I hit it with a hammer and the bead was hollow
  3. Not so much as a pop,flick or snap like when pyrite is heated not a ball or bead of any sort and I got it red hot 2 and a half minutes of propane and it looks a little yellow but all there?
  4. This is before,during,and after the fusion test with a paper thin piece of material
  5. Thank you all for your input, it is much appreciated. Yes it is very heavy for its size and I'm going to give it a fusion test
  6. Ok first and foremost I'd like to say thank you in advance for taking your time to examine my specimens.currently I have about 250 pounds of this stuff, I don't know what it elements are present. I do know that it is not magnetic although if turned into dust and you have a very strong magnet it will attract slightly,it does not react in muriatic acid,it does react in hydrogen peroxide moderately,
  7. Hello everybody im David and I live in the bay area in California. I am a nugget hunter, picking picker and gold dust trustee.Im new to here and not so new to there. I have some interesting things to show yall so stay tuned for my very first anomaly.
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