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Further information on purchasing a mineral specimen can be obtained 24 hours a day, 7 days a week from Australia for your convenience below.

Payment by Cash, Telegraphic Transfer or Cheque

(Comprehensive Insurance and Shipping Arranged at Customers Cost)

OR

Head on Down Under and Meet us in Australia!

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We travel and will be at the Tucson Mineral Show

Ben Nicolson & Darren Allingham

Telephone: Australia on                     (+61 262 477 182) Ben Nicolson

Telephone Mobile: Australia on      (+61 402 640 910) Ben Nicolson

Telephone: Australia on                     (+61 890 223 537) Darren Allingham

Telephone Mobile: Australia on      (+61 407 440 198) Darren Allingham


The Order and Payment Process

Fill in & Print the Order Form Below, and press Emal button to mail it to us.

Alternatively, email the same details on the form to us, just press the Email Form to us button

Our mailing address is :

                                       New Find Minerals
                                       P.O. Box 4798
                                       Kalgoorlie, WA ,6430
                                       Australia

Once your order is received, confirmation via email or telephone call to you will detail your total cost for your

purchases, including exact shipping and insurance charges.

Payment is to be made via Cash, Cheque, Money Order or Telegraphic Transfer.

We will give you details where to send payment once you have accepted the total charge in writing.

On the receipt of your funds, your order will be packed in high-quality packaging designed to protect your precious cargo and then

shipped immediately to your address within 10 days.                                  

Orders will be confirmed to your email or mail address and if you wish by telephone.

If your selection has already been SOLD we will contact you immediately and tell you the bad news.

Because we are professionally qualified, Australian Geologists you have the benefit of us being registered members of the

The Australian Institute of Geoscientists and The Australian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy if any problem arises from our service to you.

This provides peace of mind to you, the buyer.

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From a 700,000 years old meteorite impact from Australia, in the foreground. 

In the background polished Gaspite, Beryl, Chrysoprase, Lepidolite and beryl.

 


New Find Minerals, 2003