Welcome to Geokrazy Minerals, Mineral Specimens For The Advanced Collector.

Our goal is to supply you with display quality mineral specimens that exhibit the qualities you expect for an unexpected value. We make a concerted effort to keep pricing below what you might find on other websites. 

Our passion for finding exceptional pieces will be evident to you, and we welcome your feedback and hope you will join our mailing list for future updates.

Please note the default setting for the minerals shop page is “most recent”, so new listings are the first pieces viewed. The filters on the right help get you to what you are looking for a bit quicker, and the search feature will allow you to enter by size category(miniature, cabinet etc) by composition (lead, sulfide, carbonate etc) by locality, by species or by collection.The magnifier will aid in examining detail and you may single click the photo for a full page blowup.

All orders, when placed, are emailed to us for confirmation of availability and total price including shipping. Our shipping and ordering policies and practices are below in the navigation section.

We are most pleased to announce the acquisition of the Ken Roberts (Roberts Minerals) personally field collected collection! Ken has been out in the field for 50 plus years, and is well known for his keen eye. The collection is focused on the West and Southwest , and Ken was in the right spot to pick up finds from local miners (note there are about a dozen Bunker Hill pieces from the 1981 find). There are pieces from Spruce Claim, Morenci, California melanites, andradites (one incredible piece) and a superb Meyerhofferite, scepters, citrines and amethyst from Halleluyah Junction, and on and on. It is now posted

  I have now listed acquired specimens from both the Tucson and Conroe Texas shows. It is all older material, and I focused on low price/high quality. All specimens listed will be well below $500, with most in the $100-$300 range. To accomplish this I spent many hours sitting on concrete pulling flats out from under tables. I found some old Consie Prince material in both Naica and Ojuela specimens. There are unusual pieces and some with provinance (old German pieces, old Obodda and one ex Harvard). They range from small cabinet down to miniatures and a few thumbnails. Simply click on “Minerals”. If you wish to see all the new pieces at once opt for 36 per page. There are 32 pieces in the update.

The second phase of this update is complete. I will begin uploading pieces for the third and final phase in early June. Also, keep in mind the upcoming Dallas/Frisco show July 16-19 (see show schedule).

 

 

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