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Year Volume Issue Topics / Titles in Issue Print status Cost / each
1990 21 1
The Mineralogical Record 20th Anniversary Issue
Connoisseurship in Minerals
Washington A. Roebling, His Life and His Mineral Collection
Frederick A. Canfield, His Life and His Mineral Collection
The Final Disposition of Some American Collections of Minerals
Clarence S. Bement, the Consummate Collector
L'Exposition Universelle de 1900, Paris: the Greatest Mineral Show of All Time
A Collecting Trip Through Transylvania & Hungary, 1802
Abstracts of the 11th Annual FM-TGMS-MSA Mineralogical Symposium: Wulfenite
in print $ 12
1990 21 1
same as above but with slight creases to corners of cover
in print $ 10
1990 21 2
Victor Goldschmidt and his Atlas of Crystal Forms
Axinite at Thornberry Mountain near Coarsegold, Madera County, California
The El Dragón Mine, Potosí, Bolivia
Arizona's Silver Mining District

in print $ 12
1990 21 3
Famous mineralogists: Victor Moritz Goldschmidt (1888-1947)
The Origin of Faden Quartz
Amethyst Occurrences of the Eastern United States
Edgarbaileyite, the First Known Silicate of Mercury, from California and Texas
Famous Mineral Localities: Terlingua, Texas
Davis Hill near Bancroft, Ontario
An Occurrence of Large Nepheline, Biotite and Albite-Antiperthite Crystals

in print $ 12
1990 21 4
Mont Saint-Hilaire, Quebec Issue
The Mineralogy of Mont Saint-Hilaire, Quebec
Mont Saint-Hilaire Unknowns
oop $ 25
1990 21 5
Special Supplement: Minerals of the Carnegie Museum of Natural History Hebenstreit's Museum Richterianum, 1743
Apatite and Muscovite from the Zé Pinto Prospect, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Crystallized Rose Quartz from Alto da Pitora, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Zanazziite, a New Mineral from Minas Gerais, Brazil
Zoned Eosphorite from Lavra da Ilha, Taquaral District, Minas Gerais, Brazil
An Uncommon Margarite/Corundum Assemblage from Sterling Hill, NJ
Fluocerite and Other Minerals from the Little Patsy Quarry, Colorado
High Magnification Mineral Stereophotomacrography
in print $ 12
1990 21 6
Specialization in Mineral Collecting
Minerals of the Nanisivik Mine, Baffin Island, Northwest Territories
Famous Mineral Localities: De Kalb, New York
Famous Mineral Localities: Murfreesboro, Arkansas
Diamonds from Kimberley, Western Australia
A Brief Look at the Saxon Erzgebirge, Germany
Titanite Crystals from the Harts Range, Central Australia
oop $ 12
1990 21 6
same as above except with two small nicks on right edge of cover
oop $ 8
1991 22 1
Mineral Research in Museums
Famous Mineral Localities: The Mashamba West Mine, Shaba, Zaire
The Fat Jack Mine, Yavapai County, Arizona
The Monitor-Mogul Mining District, Alpine County, California A Mineral Collector's Scandinavia 1990
Abstracts of the FM-TGMS-MSA Symposium on Azurite (Copper Carbonates)
in print $ 12
1991 22 1
same as above with slight scuff on edge of cover
in print $ 10
1991 22 2
The Discreditation of Mineral Species
Famous Mineral Localities: The Mezice Mine, Slovenia, Yugoslavia
Famous Mineral Localities: Caldbeck Fells, Cumbria, England
The State of the Science: Scanning Electron Microscopy
Locality Species Lists
Famous Mineral Localities: The Eugui Quarries, Navarra, Spain
in print $ 12
1991 22 3
The Outlaw Mine, Nye County, Nevada
Strontian Crandallite from the Alto Benedito Pegmatite, Paraiba, Brazil
The Messina Mining District, South Africa
Famous Mineral Localities: The Idria mines, Slovenia, Yugoslavia
Silver Minerals of the Trebsko Deposit, Pribram Ore Field, Czechoslovakia
oop $ 15
1991 22 4
Some Aspects of Modern Mineral Collection Curation
Zeolites and Associated Minerals from the Palabora Mine, Transvaal, South Africa
The Lake George Antimony Mine, New Brunswick
Wattersite, a New Mineral from the Clear Creek Claim, San Benito County, California
The Lead Silicate Minerals of Franklin, New Jersey: an SEM Survey
The Kalahari Manganese Field,South Africa: an Update
Minerals of the Seriphos Skarn, Greece
oop $ 15
1991 22 5
Nehemiah Grew's Musaeum Regalis Societatis, 1681
Taaffeite Crystals
A Notable Millerite Locality near Bedford, Indiana
The Smokey Bear Quartz Claims, Lincoln County, New Mexico
The Resurrection of Sterling Hill, New Jersey
in print $ 12
1991 22 6
The Wagholi Cavansite Locality near Poona, India
Rare Minerals of the Kombat Mine
Graphite From Crestmore, California
The Mineral Collection of Moritz and Adolf Lechner, Vienna
Minerals of the Madan Orefield, Bulgaria
Minerals of the Beltana Mine, Puttapa, South Australia
in print $12
1992 23 1
Anatomy of a Mineral Sale: The Dohrmann Collection
Famous Mineral Localities: The Gillette Quarry, Haddam Neck, Connecticut
The Machow Mine, Tarnobrzeg, Poland
Special Supplement: Minerals of the Houston Museum of Natural Science Fluorite and Associated Minerals from Asturias, Spain
in print $ 15
1992 23 2
Michigan Copper Country Issue
in print $ 20
1992 23 2 Same as above with scuff on edge of cover in print $ 10
1992 23 3
Gold in South Africa
Minerals of the Linwood Mine, Scott County, Iowa
Famous Mineral Localities: Hiendelaencina, Spain
The Geoscience Collections of the Freiberg Mining Academy, Germany
Additions and Corrections to the Glossary of Mineral Species 1991
in print $ 12
1992 23 4
Yukon Phosphates
Mineralogy of the Rapid Creek and Big Fish River Area, Yukon Territory
in print $ 12
1992 23 5
Notes on the History of Phosgenite and Matlockite from Matlock, England
Famous Mineral Localities: Prenteg, Tremadog, Gwynedd, Wales
Collector profile: Stephen Smale
in print $ 12
1992 23 6
Giant Fluorapatite Crystals: a Question of Locality
Franklinphilite, Manganese Analog of Stilpnomelane, from Franklin, NJ
A Notable Rhodonite Crystal from Broken Hill, Australia
Palladium and Platinum from Córrego Bom Sucesso, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Minerals of the Black Pine Mine, Granite County, Montana
Bixbyite, Spessartine, Topaz and Pseudobrookite from Ash Creek near Hayden, AZ
in print $ 12
1993 24 1
Mineral Identification in the Home Laboratory: Some Useful Techniques Famous Mineral Localities: The Gold Hill Mine, Tooele County, Utah
The Wagon Wheel Gap Fluorspar Mine, Mineral County, Colorado
Collector profile: The Collection of Desmond Sacco
The Jan Coetzee Copper Mine, Namaqualand, South Africa
The Alpine Sulfosalt Occurrence at Saint-Pons, Haute-Provence, France FM-TGMS-MSA Symposium on Garnet: Abstracts
in print $ 20
1993 24 2
The Minerals of Greenland
in print $ 35
1993 24 2
same as above with slight scuff to edge of cover
oop $ 25
1993 24 3
Update on the Mineralogy of the Majuba Hill Mine, Pershing County, Nevada
Minerals of the Sawtooth Batholith, Idaho
Secondary Minerals from Ashburton Downs, Western Australia
in print $ 12
1993 24 3
same as above with slight scuff to edge of cover
in print $ 8
1993 24 4
Cornwall's Famous Mines [England]
Famous Mineral Localities: The Rush Creek District, Marion County, Arkansas
Clinomimetite: The Natural Monoclinic Dimorph of Mimetite
oop $ 12
1993 24 5
History and Minerals of The Geysers, Sonoma County, California
Mineralogy of the Sanford Vesuvianite Deposit, Maine
Recent Discoveries from the Wessels Mine, South Africa
The Parker Mine, Notre Dame Du Laus, Quebec
Drawing Microminerals
The Second List of Additions and Corrections to the Glossary of Mineral Species, 6th Edition (1991)
oop $ 15
1993 24 6
Bisbee, Arizona, Revisited: An Update on the Mineralogy of This Famous Locality
Famous Mineral Localities: Allchar, Macedonia
The Crystal Forms of Calcite
Seelite: a New Uranium Mineral from the Talmessi Mine, Iran, and Rabejac, France
Edoylerite: The Clear Creek Claim, San Benito County, California
A Gourmet's Guide to Russia
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1994 25 1
Native Gold from the Jamestown Mine, Tuolumne County, California
The Horcajo Mines, Ciudad Real Province, Spain
Some Pegmatite Minerals from the Zomba District, Malawi
Further Notes on the History of Phosgenite and Matlockite from Matlock, England
Adularia from the Howard-Montgomery Quarry, Howard County, Maryland Abstracts of the 15th Annual FM-TGMS-MSA Mineralogical Symposium: Silver
oop $ 12
1994 25 2
Quasicrystals: Novel Forms of Solid Matter
A Complex Base-Metal Assemblage from the Sterling Mine, New Jersey
Famous Mineral Localities: The French Creek Mine, St. Peters, Chester County, PA
Famous Mineral Localities: The Burra Burra Mine, Burra, South Australia
Saddle-Shaped Rhodochrosite Crystals from the Foote Mine, North Carolina Plumboan Crichtonite from the Fazenda Guariba, Minas Gerais, Brazil
oop $ 15
1994 25 3
The Jaguaraçu Pegmatite, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Mineralogy of the Bennett Pegmatite, Oxford County, Maine
Minerals of the Prospect Intrusion, New South Wales, Australia
Copper Roses from the Rose Mine near San Lorenzo, New Mexico
The Phosphate Analog of Molybdofornacite from Whim Creek, Western Australia
Charles W.A. Herrmann (1801-1898), Mineralogist and Mineral Dealer
in print $ 12
1994 25 4 Earthquakes and Mineral Collections
The history and apparatus of blowpipe analysis
New mineral occurrences from the Laurium Mines, Greece
Secondary nickel minerals from Widgiemooltha, Western Australia
New Minerals recently approved
in print $ 30
1994 25 5
Famous Mineral Localities: The Orford Nickel Mine, Quebec, Canada
Martin Leo Ehrmann (1904-1972)
Minerals from the Topeka-Kentucky Giant and Indiana Veins, Ouray County, Colorado
in print $ 12
1994 25 6
The History of Mineral Collecting, 1530-1799
oop $ 24
1995 26 1
The Mineralogy, Geology and Occurrence of Topaz
Pink Topaz from the Thomas Range, Juab County, Utah
FM-TGMS-MSA Symposium on Topaz
in print $ 15
1995 26 2
Amethyst on Milky Quartz from Hopkinton, Rhode Island
Euhedral Sinhalite Crystals from Sri Lanka
A Mineral Exhibition in Athens [Greece]
A New Occurrence of Mrazekite from Benambra, Victoria, Australia
New Minerals Recently Approved
U-Ti-Ca-HREE Hydrated Oxide and Associated Niobian Rutile from Topaz Valley, UT
Pyrite and Marcasite Intergrowths from Northern Illinois
in print $ 25
1995 26 3
Famous Mineral Localities: The Kipushi Mine, Zaire
The Bolivian Death Switch
in print $ 12
1995 26 4
Collecting Mineral Books: an Introduction
Medieval Mineralogy
Gem Minerals in Early Arabic Literature
A Brief History of Systematic Mineralogies
Fabien Gautier d'Agoty and his Histoire Naturelle Règne Minéral (1781) Philip Rashleigh and his Specimens of British Minerals (1797 and 1802) James Sowerby, His Publications and Collections
Nickolay Ivanovitch Koksharov and his Mineralogie Russlands (1853-1891)
Regional Mineralogies of the World
The Saga of Mineral Digest
An Introduction to Bookplates, Earth Science Library of Herbert P. Obodda
Book Review: Gemology, An Annotated Bibliography by John Sinkankas
The Mineralogical Record Library
oop $ 45
1995 26 5
Definition of a Mineral
The Finch Mine and Vicinity, Gila County, Arizona
The Gold Quarry Mine, Carlin-Trend, Eureka County, Nevada
World Review of Mineral Discoveries 1993-1994
in print $ 12
1995 26 6
A Guide to Mineral Localities in the Former Soviet Union
Alumino-Fluorides from the Morefield Pegmatite, Amelia County, Virginia
New Minerals Recently Approved
in print $ 20
1996 27 1
Luminescence in Minerals
FM-MSA-TGMS-FMS Tucson Symposium: Fluorescence and Luminescence
The Billie Mine, Death Valley, California
Minerals of the Seravezza Marble, Tuscany, Italy
in print $ 15
1996 27 2
Famous Mineral Localities: The Onganja Mining District, Namibia
Blue Quartz from the Antequera-Olvera Ophite, Málaga, Spain
Afghanite from Mount Vesuvius, Italy: A Rediscovery
Famous Mineral Localities: The Lac Nicolet Antimony Mine, South Ham, Quebec
in print $ 12
1996 27 3
The Boulby Mine, Cleveland, England
Occurrence of Barian Celestine at the Elmwood Zinc Deposit, Smith County, TN
Famous Mineral Localities: The Picos De Europa Lead-Zinc Deposits, Spain
Orthoserpierite from the Copper Creek District, Pinal County, Arizona
Johann Georg Lenz and his Mustertafeln (1794)
Unusually Shaped Quartz Aggregates from Tirniauz, Russia
in print $ 12
1996 27 4
Famous Mineral Localities: The Higher Pitts Mine, Mendip Hills, Somerset, England
The Engineer Mine, Tagish Lake, British Columbia
Famous Mineral Localities: The Río Tinto Mines, Huelva, Spain
Pumpellyite and Clinozoisite from the McKinney Mine, Spruce Pine District, NC
Calcioaravaipaite, The Grand Reef Mine, Graham County, Arizona
in print $ 12
1996 27 5
The Hyalophane Occurrence at Zagradski Potok near Busovaca, Bosnia and Hercegovina
Bonanza at the Red Cloud Mine, Arizona
The North Geronimo Mine, La Paz County, Arizona
Mimetite and Wulfenite, Kintore Opencut, Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia
Vanadinite from the Gerty Mine, Badajoz, Spain
New Minerals Recently Approved
oop $ 12
1996 27 6
The Alva Silver Mine, Silver Glen, Alva, Scotland
The Kruisrivier Cobalt Mine, Transvaal, South Africa
A World-Class Gold from the Colorado Quartz Mine [California]
Minerals of the Silvana Mine, Sandon, British Columbia
Monazite-(Ce) from the Buckwheat Dolomite at Franklin, New Jersey
in print $ 12
1997 28 1
Illinois-Kentucky Fluorite District
Famous Mineral Localities: The Illinois-Kentucky Fluorite District FM-TGMS-MSA Symposium on Copper and Copper Minerals
oop $ 25
1997 28 2
Mineral Specimen Repair and Restoration: Techniques and Materials Platinum-Group Minerals from the Konder Massif, Russian Far East [Russia]
The Otavi Mountain Land Cu-Pb-Zn-V Deposits, Namibia
Mineral Specimen Repair and Restoration: An Attitude Check
in print $ 12
1997 28 3
The Western Union Mine, Cerbat Mountains, Mohave County, Arizona
Utahite, The Centennial Eureka Mine, Tintic District, Juab County, Utah
A Guide to the Mineral Localities of the Northern Areas, Pakistan
in print $ 12
1997 28 4
Mines and Minerals of Peru
in print $ 18
1997 28 5
Famous Mineral Localities: Halls Gap, Lincoln County, Kentucky
Szenicsite, a New Copper Molybdate from Inca de Oro, Atacama, Chile
First List of Additions and Corrections to the Glossary of Mineral Species (1995)
in print $ 12
1997 28 6
Barite after Paralstonite, a New Pseudomorph from Cave-in-Rock, Illinois
Collector Profile: Edward R. Swoboda
Kingsbridge: An Early Quarrying District on Manhattan Island, New York
Ernstite and Eosphorite from Minas Gerais, Brazil
Emerald and Associated Minerals from A Franqueira, Pontevedra, Spain
in print $ 12
1998 29 1
Mexico I
Famous Mineral Localities: Boléo, Baja California, Mexico
Boléo, Mexico-- A Classic Locality Reworked
in print $ 15
1998 29 1
Mexico I

same as above, but this one is bound in cloth
in print $ 30
1998 29 2
Mineralogy of the Saint-Amable Sill, Varennes and Saint-Amable, Quebec
in print $ 12
1998 29 3
Namibite: A Summary of World Occurrences
Second List of Additions and Corrections to the Glossary of Mineral Species (1995)
The Amphibole Group
Famous Mineral Localities: The Annaberg District, Lower Austria
Mineralogy of the Boqueirãozinho Pegmatite, Parelhas, Rio Grande do Norte, Brazil
Philolithite, a New Mineral from Långban, Värmland, Sweden
in print $ 12
1998 29 4
The Sweet Home Mine, Colorado
The Sweet Home Mine [Colorado], 1873-1989
New Operations at the Sweet Home Mine [Colorado], 1990-1997
Geology of the Sweet Home Mine and Alma District, Colorado
Minerals of the Sweet Home Mine, Colorado
Sweet Home Rhodochrosite-- What Makes it so Cherry Red?
Ancient Fluids at the Sweet Home mine
Crystal Chemistry of Minerals from the Sweet Home Mine
The Application of Ground-Penetrating Radar to Mineral Specimen Mining
only one copy remains:  Issue has a slight crease and tiny folds to several page corners on extreme left top corner on the back cover, otherwise fine
oop $ 175
1998 29 5
Famous Mineral Localities: The Castle Dome District, Yuma County, Arizona
Microminerals from the Bushveld Complex, South Africa
1,5-Dinitronaphthalene from the Boarezzo Mine, Varese, Italy
Behind the Scenes: Publishing the Sweet Home Issue
in print $ 12
1998 29 6
History of the Development of the Crystallographic Goniometer
in print $ 15
1999 30 1
Memorial: Michael Fleischer, 1908-1998
The Zeolite Group
Famous Mineral Localities: Cerro Rico de Potosí, Bolivia
in print $ 12
1999 30 2
20th Annual FM-TGMS-MSA Mineralogical Symposium: Minerals of Mexico The Peabody Museum Collection, Yale University
The Silvermines District, County Tipperary, Ireland
The Flambeau Mine, Ladysmith, Wisconsin
in print $ 12
1999 30 3
Procedures and Guidelines on Mineral Nomenclature, 1998
Andyrobertsite and Calcioandyrobertsite: Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Namibia
The Meikle Mine, Elko County, Nevada
The Ross Hannibal Mine, Lawrence County, South Dakota
in print $ 12
1999 30 4
Cobalt Minerals of the Katanga Crescent, Congo
Cobaltoan Calcites and Dolomites from Katanga [Congo]
The Zapot Pegmatite, Mineral County, Nevada
Modern Mineral Identification Techniques, Part I: WDS and EDS
Collector Profile: Martin Zinn III
in print $ 12
1999 30 5
The Mex-Tex Mine, Bingham, New Mexico
Famous Mineral Localities: The Sapucaia Pegmatite, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Famous Mineral Localities: Lavra Berilo Branco, Rose Quartz, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Great Pockets: The Carlsbad Halite Caves, New Mexico
in print $ 12
1999 30 6
Barium Silicate Minerals from Trumbull Peak, Mariposa County, California
Famous Mineral Localities: The Dodo Deposit, Subpolar Urals, Russia
Famous Mineral Localities: The Puiva Deposit, Subpolar Urals, Russia
oop $ 35

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Mineralogical Record, part 1          Mineralogical Record, part 2          Mineralogical Record, part 4          Mineralogical Record, part 5           Mineralogical Record, part 6

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