Russian Minerals, Moldavite & Meteorites

$109.00

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Russian & Eastern Europe region minerals. 22% of each sale will be donated to Sunflower of Peace and if we sell out, the amount will be roughly $1500 toward aide for the Ukrainian people.⁠

About the charity: I learned about this charity from a Washington Post journalist who researched legitimate organizations. 

Sunflower of Peace prepares first aid medical tactical backpacks for paramedics and doctors on the front lines. In 2014-2016 those backpacks helped paramedics and doctors on the front lines save hundreds and hundreds of lives. They had everything to preserve a person's life and to get them to proper medical care alive. ⁠

Each backpack has the ability to save up to 10 lives: Ukrainian soldiers, civilians, volunteers, and children. ⁠

The backpack's contents are specially designed to be used by highly skilled military combat groups - marines, special forces units and intelligence. These groups operate in areas without access to Medical Facilities or Emergency Care. Therefore, it's crucial that each combat group have a soldier capable of acting as a medic on the spot.⁠


Essentially we are taking money we gave to the kind Russian guys and giving it to their friends in the Ukraine who are under unprovoked attack by Putin. Almost all the items in this sale are rocks I haven't sold before. We picked all these up at the Tucson Gem Show in January. ⁠

Additionally, 22% of sales of all the Shungite currently on the website (also from Russia) will also be going to one of the charities I've chosen (mentioned in the previous post). ⁠

Everything isn't shown in this photo, but I'll give you the low down on everything in the video. Here's what to expect. All of these are small but mighty rare minerals. ⁠

✌🏼 Astrophyllite, Kola Peninsula, Russia⁠
✌🏼 Orpiment, Siberia, Russia⁠
✌🏼 Kyanite growing on Garnet, Northern Karelia, Russia⁠
✌🏼 Diopside, Russia⁠
✌🏼 Dioptase, Russia⁠
✌🏼 Azurite Slices, Russia⁠
✌🏼 Raw Azurite w/Malachite Russia⁠

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✌🏼 Shungite, Shun'ga, Karelia, Russia⁠
✌🏼 Optical Calcite, Siberia, Russia⁠
✌🏼 Moldavite, Czechoslovakia⁠
✌🏼 Meteorites, Sikhote-Alin, Russia⁠
✌🏼 Meteorites, Campo del Cielo, Argentina (not Russian, but it goes with the others as a collection) ⁠
✌🏼Meteorites, Gibeon, Namibia (also part of the collection)⁠