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Earth's Oldest Rocks Geological Display Collection

Earth's Oldest Rocks Geological Display Collection
Earth's Oldest Rocks Geological Display Collection
Item# JPT-48412
Regular price: $325.00
Sale price: $229.90
Availability: Usually ships the next business day

Product Description

The collection contains: Allende Meteorite; Jack Hills Zircon, Australia; Nuvvuagittuq Greenstone, Hudson Bay, Quebec, Canada; Acasta Gneiss, Northwest Territories, Canada; Isua Greenstone Belt Greenland; Barberton Greenstone, South Africa.

The age of the Earth and the pursuit to the answer to "What are some of Earth's oldest rocks?" has been a geological question that may have been answered in the last 50 years.

We have organized a collection of premier, extremely unique geological specimens consisting of the very best rocks from Earth's oldest geological deep time, arranged in a chronological order.

The collection set is accompanied with an information sheet. Copyright: 2019. Certificate of Authenticity included.

Size of the display: 8 1/4" W X 7" H X 3/4" D; Size of specimens: about 5/8-3/4" wide.

Here is a very rare opportunity to get 6 different valuable specimens from many unique geological locations, packed into one scientific display. These geological specimens were obtained in a trade with several major geological scientific institutions.

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