Gem Trails of Utah


Gem Trails of Utah

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Welcome to rockhounding in Utah. In this best-selling guide, the gem hunter is led to landscapes as diverse as the gems, minerals, and fossils found there. B/W photos highlight the collecting area. A special color section aids in identifying
the specimens. Ideal for both the rockhound who is just starting out and for the collector who has been discovering Utah?s treasures for years. 168 pgs.
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