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Quartz is one of the most popular species for New Hampshire mineral collectors. It is found in many different varities including clear, milky, smoky, amethyst (purple-lavender), rose, and the botryoidal form chalcedoney.
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QUARTZ with MICROCLINE    Moat Mtn., Bartlett, NH
Smoky Quartz with microcline. 4.4 cm specimen

Species:           QUARTZ
Locality:          Moat Mtn., Bartlett, NH
Specimen Size: Smoky Quartz with microcline. 4.4 cm specimen
Field Collected: Tom Mortimer
Catalog No.: 418
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QUARTZ var. Chalcedony    King Rd. Joppa Hill, Bedford, NH
7 cm specimen. Orange chalcedony vug in milky quartz with hyalite opal coating.

Species:           QUARTZ var. Chalcedony
Locality:          King Rd. Joppa Hill, Bedford, NH
Specimen Size: 7 cm specimen. Orange chalcedony vug in milky quartz with hyalite opal coating.
Field Collected: Tom Mortimer
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Notes: Collected 1989
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QUARTZ var. Chalcedony    King Rd. Joppa Hill, Bedford, NH
10 cm specimen. Orange chalcedony in milky quartz.

Species:           QUARTZ var. Chalcedony
Locality:          King Rd. Joppa Hill, Bedford, NH
Specimen Size: 10 cm specimen. Orange chalcedony in milky quartz.
Field Collected: Tom Mortimer
Catalog No.: 848
Notes: Collected 1989
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QUARTZ var. Chalcedony    King Rd. residential construction, Bedford, NH
8 cm specimen of orange-brown chalcedony over milky quartz with frosty hyalite opal coating.

Species:           QUARTZ var. Chalcedony
Locality:          King Rd. residential construction, Bedford, NH
Specimen Size: 18 cm specimen of orange-brown chalcedony over milky quartz with frosty hyalite opal coating. The hyalite is only weakly fluorescent.
Field Collected: Tom Mortimer
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Notes: Chalcedony quartz of this mammillary habit is rare in New Hampshire.
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QUARTZ var. rose crystals    Plume Mine, N. Groton, NH
7 mm field of view

Species:           QUARTZ var. rose crystals
Locality:          Plume Mine, N. Groton, NH
Specimen Size: 7 mm field of view
Field Collected: Bob Wilken
Catalog No.: A Bob Wilken specimen and photo.
Notes: Rose quartz crystals are rare in New Hampshire. Phillip Morrill (New Hampshire Mines and Mineral Localities) notes rose quartz crystals at the Plume Mine.
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QUARTZ    Palermo Mine, N. Groton, NH
2.5 cm field of view
Species:           QUARTZ   SiO2
Locality:          Palermo Mine, N. Groton, NH

Specimen Size: 2.5 cm field of view
Field Collected: From crate of Palermo rocks given by Bob Whitmore
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Notes: A natural sunlight photo.
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QUARTZ   Folsum Brook Locale, Ossipee, NH
2 cm field of view

Species:           QUARTZ
Locality:         Folsum Brook Locale, Ossipee, NH
Specimen Size: 2 cm field of view
Field Collected: Tom Mortimer
Catalog No.: 549
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QUARTZ   Table Mtn. Albany, NH
5 cm crystal

Species:           QUARTZ
Locality:         Table Mtn., Albany, NH
Specimen Size: 5 cm crystal
Field Collected: Tom Mortimer
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QUARTZ   Flint Hill, Raymond, NH
10 cm specimen of milky quartz crystals with frosty chalcedony coating

Species:           QUARTZ
Locality:         Flint Hill, Raymond, NH
Specimen Size: 10 cm specimen of milky quartz crystals with frosty chalcedony coating
Field Collected: Tom Mortimer
Catalog No.: 309
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