Beautiful Double Thunderegg 18.5 oz Hauser Beds?Description:
Beautiful double thunderegg half, with impressive water leveling lines clear agate core. A number of Rholite Islands within the core. I think this is a Hauser Beds egg. No cracks, A really nice egg.Almost all of the eggs I have listed came from a Rockhound's estate over in Hollister Calif. Many of the eggs were stored in antique wooden Orchard Supply Hardware boxes, circa 1930's-1940's. Most of these eggs with the reddish brown host rock appear to be North Black Hills Thunder Eggs. This area is west of Blythe, California. Some of the old time beds in the North Black Hills are: Joel Hauser Beds, and his Potatoe Patch beds; Hidden Saddle Beds, Cinnamon Beds, and the Black Agate Thunderegg Mine. Also noteworthy nearby locations include Straw Beds (sagenite straws) and the Chocolate Mountains. Ready to be polished out for a beautiful specimen. Weight: 18.5 oz. Size: 5.1" x 3" x 1.5" thick . Photographed wet, taken inside under 100watt lightbulb. Photos not enhanced in any way.
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