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BEST OF SHOW:

The Winner of BEST OF SHOW /Children’s: No Entry's This Year

The Winner of BEST OF SHOW /Adult : from Maine: Watermellon Tourmaline & Lepidolite from Mt. Mica Oxford Co., Maine, entered by Eric Stickney

The Individual Category Winners for BRAG NIGHT 2012 are:

VERMONT: No. 10: Specimen from Vermont: Clay Concretion from Sharon, Vermont, entered by Andy Brodeur

NEW HAMPSHIRE: No. 9: Specimen from New Hampshire: Green Fluorite, entered by Lisa Stickney

MAINE: from Maine: Watermellon Tourmaline & Lepidolite from Mt. Mica Oxford Co., Maine, entered by Eric Stickney

NEW YORK: No. 14: Speciment from New York: Herkimer diamond in matrix, entered by Allen Forsythe

OUTSIDE THE US: No. 16: Specimen collected outside of the U.S.: Varennesite, entered by Frank Wilda

MASSACHUSETTS: No. 11: Specimen from Massachusetts: Amethyst crystal, entered by Scott Stickney

OTHER STATE: No. 15: Specimen collected anywhere else in U.S.: Selenite, entered by Peter Ames

CONNECTICUT: No Entry This Year

CVMC FIELD TRIP: No. 19: Specimen collected on CVMC field trip: Graphic granite, NH, entered by Andy Brodeur 

UGLIEST: No. 7: Ugliest specimen: Sand Spring, OK, entered by Peter Ames

MICROMOUNT: No. 17: Micromount specimen: Serandite and Aegerine, entered by Frank Wilda

FOSSIL: No. 3: Fossil: Fossil Coral from New York, entered by Elizabeth and Brian Oles

JEWELRY: No. 6: Jewelry (self-made): Rhodonite pendant, entered by Jeff Kontoff

LAPIDARY: No. 5: Lapidary (self-made): soapstone animal figures, entered by Mal Prescott

FACETING: No. 4: Faceted stone (self-made): Intense blue quartz, entered by Richard Shackleton 

SENIOR: No. 18: Senior category (65 or older; collected any time in collecting career): Geode, entered by Don Davis

CHILDREN’S: No Entry This Year

 


Best of Show & No. 8: Specimen from Maine:
Watermellon Tourmaline & Lepidolite from Mt. Mica Oxford Co., Maine, entered by Eric Stickney

6: Jewelry (self-made): Rhodonite pendant, entered by Jeff Kontoff

No. 5: Lapidary (self-made): soapstone animal figures, entered by Mal Prescott

No. 9: Specimen from New Hampshire: Green Fluorite, entered by Lisa Stickney

No. 11: Specimen from Massachusetts: Amethyst crystal, entered by Scott Stickney

No. 3: Fossil: Fossil Coral from New York, entered by Elizabeth and Brian Oles

No. 15: Specimen collected anywhere else in U.S.: Selenite, entered by Peter Ames

No. 7: Ugliest specimen: Sand Spring, OK, entered by Peter Ames

No. 16: Specimen collected outside of the U.S.: Varennesite, entered by Frank Wilda

No. 18: Senior category (65 or older; collected any time in collecting career): Geode, entered by Don Davis

No. 10: Specimen from Vermont: Clay Concretion from Sharon, Vermont, entered by Andy Brodeur
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No. 19: Specimen collected on CVMC field trip: Graphic granite, NH, entered by Andy Brodeur 

No. 4: Faceted stone (self-made): Intense blue quartz, entered by Richard Shackleton 

No. 14: Speciment from New York: Herkimer diamond in matrix, entered by Allen Forsythe

No. 17: Micromount specimen: Serandite and Aegerine, entered by Frank Wilda

 

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