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Online Mineral Museum at AllMinerals/JohnBetts-FineMinerals

 Since the inception of the original web site for John Betts-Fine Minerals 51,828 mineral specimens were photographed, described, cataloged and sold. This is a virtual mineral museum of all of the sold mineral specimens that is updated annually. Hundreds of mineral species from thousands of mines and mineral localities can be found here. Many can be found nowhere else on the Internet. Allminerals.com and JohnBetts-FineMineral.com are two domains of the same company founded by John Betts. We are pleased to present this reference to mineral collectors, researchers and students.

The minerals can be searched by species, region, chemical group or locality. Additionally there are special galleries for themes such as pseudomorphs, fluorescent minerals, and for special localities of interest. All of the minerals in the museum sold. But links are provided to galleries of minerals for sale if you desire to purchase similar specimens or from similar localities.

I hope you find this Mineral Museum a valuable reference of mineral species photographs.

Search all 51,828 mineral specimens / 105,460 photographs in the Mineral Museum

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Acanthite_to_Azurite Apatite & Phosphate Minerals Canada Pseudomorphs of the World Apatite
Babingtonite_to_Bykovaite Barite & other Sulfate Minerals Mexico Minerals of the Millington Quarry, New Jersey Apophyllite
Cacoxenite_to_Cyrilovite Calcite Specimens Brazil & South America Minerals of Braen's Quarry, New Jersey Aquamarine Beryl
Danalite_to_Dzhalindite Carbonate Minerals UK, Iceland, Greenland, and North Atlantic Minerals of Maine Arfvedsonite
Eakerite_to_Eztlite Diamond Crystals Europe Minerals of New Hampshire Azurite
Fairfieldite_to_Fülöppite Native Elements Russia & former Soviet Republics Minerals of Vermont Barite
Gadolinite_to_Gyrolite Feldspars and other Silicates China, Japan, Australia & Pacific Rim Minerals of Massachusetts Beryl
Hainite_to_Hydrozincite Fluorite & other Halides India, Pakistan, Afghanistan Minerals of Rhode Island Bournonite
Iddingsite_to_Ixiolite Garnet Specimens Africa Minerals of Connecticut Brochantite
Jacobsite _to_Jungite Gem Minerals Minerals of New York Calcite
Kainite_to_Kyanite Magnetite & other Oxides Minerals of New Jersey Celestine
Labradorite_to_Luzonite Micas and other Silicates USA Minerals of Pennsylvania Cerussite
Macdonaldite_to_Mushistonite Molybdates, Arsenates & Miscellaneous New England, USA Minerals of Virginia Copper
Nabesite_to_Nyerereite Pseudomorphs New York & New Jersey, USA Minerals of New Mexico Corundum
Obradovicite_to_Ozokerite Quartz Specimens Mid-Atlantic, USA Minerals of Arizona Cuprite
Pachnolite_to_Pyrrhotite Silicates Midwest, USA Minerals of California Datolite
Qaqarssukite_to_Quintinite Sulfide & Sulfosalt Minerals Rocky Mountain States, USA Minerals of the Tsumeb Mine, Namibia Dioptase
Raite_to_Rutile Tourmaline Crystals Arizona & New Mexico, USA Native Elements
Safflorite_to_Szenicsite Zeolite & Associated Minerals Western States, USA Ferberite/Huebnerite
Tacharanite_to_Tyuyamunite Calcite Specimens of the World Fluorite
Ulexite_to_Uzonite Galena
Valentinite_to_Vuorelainenite Garnets
Wadalite_to_Wurtzite Gold
Xanthoconite_to_Xocomecatlite Hematite
Yoderite_to_Yugawaralite Herkimer Diamonds
Zairite_to_Zoisite Heulandite
Inesite
Jeremejevite
Kinoite
Laguna Agates
Liddicoatite Tourmaline
Ludlockite
Magnetite
Malachite
Microcline, Albite
Mimetite
Natrolite, Mesolite, Scolecite
Phosphohedyphane
Prehnite
Pyrite
Pyromorphite
Quartz
Ramsdellite
Rhodochrosite
Silver
Smithsonite
Sphalerite
Sulfates
Topaz
Tourmalines
Vanadinite
Volborthite
Wulfenite
Fluorescent
Tanzanite
Diamonds


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