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James12345
Does anyone know anything about these?
There is around 7500-10,000 of them.
All different ones, shapes and sizes.
I wanted to know a rough value for them per one or for a job lot? Click image for larger version - Name: A1D71DA8-CCBF-43F3-B3A7-D65C85A533DB.jpeg, Views: 157, Size: 358.96 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 0ABEB6D3-6DDD-41D3-B8BB-AF24D1866258.jpeg, Views: 163, Size: 381.71 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 719E598C-D854-4622-9DC5-BA9FFCDB400A.jpeg, Views: 151, Size: 356.49 KB Click image for larger version - Name: A63B6C86-64D3-450D-BCC3-D3255D350146.jpeg, Views: 149, Size: 374.25 KB Click image for larger version - Name: 46B93654-E460-42EA-ABEB-829663A9B70A.jpeg, Views: 158, Size: 3.26 MB Click image for larger version - Name: 63B2737C-C73C-4C73-B13A-2EAD42151C79.jpeg, Views: 151, Size: 2.47 MB
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DuhDiamond
a few of them look to be ammonites or geode nodules, but  I can not be sure. If possible, can you please list where they were found? and closer pictures too please. but from what I see some are maybe ammonites, definitly pyrite crystal nodules, possibly iron, and maybe nautilus fossils. but don't expect for all of them to be fossils- most seem to be just regular iron or pyrite nodules. Don't trust my advice too much though- im a newbie.
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willosaurus
how much are you selling them for
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willosaurus
without info maybe 100 idrk
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