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Stone classification: Serpentine

Wall Number Sort descending Country State Source Description
10LA36 England Cadgwith Dist. Cornwall olive green, red-veined
10LB16 United States Pennsylvania W. Chester green, coarse grain, impure
10LB49 United States New Mexico Grant County Gila River green and white-banded, fine grain, Riccolite
10RB50 United States New Mexico Grant County Gila River cut from same block as 10LB49, green and white-banded, fine grain, Riccolite
11RB43 United States New Mexico Grant County Gila River green and white-banded, fine grain, Riccolite
11RB44 United States New Mexico Grant County Gila River cut from same block as 11RB43, green and white-banded, fine grain, Riccolite
5LB24 United States Maine Deer Island black, compact
5lb46 Argentina Unknown Dull-red and white, coarse grain
6RB41 United States Maryland Dublin Borough dark and light-green, variegated
6RB9 United States Pennsylvania Chester green, coarse grain, impure
7LA37 United States Maryland Deer Creek dark-green, fine grain, compact
7LA38 United States Maryland Baltimore dark-green, fine grain, compact
7RA38 United States Maryland Dublin Borough light green, variegated
7RA45 United States New Mexico Grant County Gila River green and white-banded, fine grain, Riccolite
7RB38 United States Maryland Dublin Borough dark and light-green, variegated
8Lb18 United States Pennsylvania W. Chester green, coarse grain, impure
8LB41 United States Maryland Dublin Borough light green, variegated
9LA37 Unknown
9LB25 United States North Carolina Reem's Creek dark brownish-green, light-green specks