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Can anyone identify this?

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Hi,

I am trying to identify what's inside this geode.  It is mostly a matte light blue with slight crystals.  It doesn't have the bands that I've seen in agates except around the outer edge.  Any information will be greatly appreciated.  Thanks!

asked Apr 17, 2016 by endee (140 points)

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Well you can see agate layers around the edge, I would guess chalcedony, agate and Quartz.
answered Apr 18, 2016 by Weasel (36,160 points)
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That's a nice agate nodule! Did you find this piece?
answered May 6, 2016 by hershel (46,460 points)
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I got it at a yard sale but didn't think to ask where they found it.
answered May 9, 2016 by anonymous
its always import to get full information on any mineral that you purchase. Obviously the most important information is the locality, and this should be supplied with a label. Provenance such as when it was found, previous collections, etc. are also good information to be provided with any mineral purchase.

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