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HB88

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north1

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Often difficult to identify without holding it in your own hands but possibly a Muscovite Schist?
 

Johnho

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Often difficult to identify without holding it in your own hands but possibly a Muscovite Schist?
That's what I thought too. But the other side looks like a course grained granite with some black Tourmaline. Course grained granite would be a slow cooling igneous rock where as the schist would be metamorphic.
 

north1

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That is very true. A gneiss is layered and metamorphic as well. I agree more like a granitic igneous rock on the one side.
 

HB88

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The pictures never look like what it does in person lol but 1 side looks like metallic flakes, then there's metallic chunks too, then an orange quartz-ish like too
 
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