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Gold Basin Meteorite Pendant

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Wow! That is beautiful, Fred! I'm gonna have to do something like that now! Keeping the wife in pretty baubles insures more hunting time:wink:. Last time Chris and I were in GB he killed it on the space rocks and I got skunked. Next time it's my turn!

Thanks for sharing that.

Dean

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Fred that pendant is unlike anything I've ever seen... simply beautiful. Thanks for posting this unique treasure. :cool:

Jim.

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Very nice, thanks for posting Fred!

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