Gypsum - The Octopus
Guangdong, China
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Dragon Minerals
Affordable minerals, common and rare.
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Tourmaline - Cratertop
Himalaya Mine, San Diego County, California
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Ordering and Other Information    Show Schedule


Ordering and Other Information

Show Schedule -- Come see Dragon Minerals at these shows

2024
March 2-3: Ventura Gem & Mineral Society Show (Ventura, California)
April 27-28: Searchers Gem & Mineral Show (Anaheim, California)
May 3-5: West Coast Gem & Mineral Show (Spring) (Santa Ana, California)  Find us in room 179
May 24-26: California Federation of Mineralogical Societies (CFMS) Show (Ventura, California)
October 13: Festival of Gems (Fallbrook, California)
November 8-10: West Coast Gem & Mineral Show (Fall) (Santa Ana, California)  Find us in room 179

If you would like to have Dragon Minerals at your show please send an email to steve@dragon-minerals.com.


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    Dragon Minerals features affordable mineral specimens, common and rare, such as gypsum, fluorite, gold, tourmaline, calcite, quartz, rhodochrosite, pyrite, beryl, copper, aquamarine, morganite, silver, galena, barite, amethyst, citrine, vanadinite, apatite, dioptase, benitoite, brazilianite, emerald, ruby, sapphire, corundum, celestine (celestite), anatase, rutile, brookite, chrysoberyl, acanthite, pyrargyrite, argentite, proustite, phenakite (phenacite), millerite, cassiterite, annabergite, garnet, spessartine, grossular, almandine, and many others.