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Stone description: biotite-muscovite

Wall Number Sort descending Country State Classification Source
10LA43 United States New Hampshire Granite Rumney
10LA44 United States New Hampshire Granite Concord
10LB34 United States Connecticut Gneiss Roxbury
10RA35 United States New Hampshire Granite Roxbury
10RA36 United States New Hampshire Granite Fitzwilliams
10RA39 United States New Hampshire Granite Allenstown
10RA41 United States New Hampshire Granite Farmington
11RB28 United States Virginia Granite Fredericksburg
1L5 United States Connecticut Granite Roxbury
5B United States Maine Granite North Jay
5LA45 United States Vermont Granite Ryegate
5LB43 United States New Hampshire Granite Concord
5Lb44 United States New Hampshire Granite Concord
6RB18 United States Pennsylvania Gneiss Chester
6RB36 United States Connecticut Granite Thomaston
6RB44 United States New Hampshire Granite Keene
6RB47 United States Vermont Granite Ryegate
7LA21 United States North Carolina Granite Alamance Co.
7LA42 United States New Hampshire Granite W. Concord
7Lb34 United States Connecticut Gneiss Sterling
7Lb42 United States New Hampshire Granite W. Concord
7RA41 United States New Hampshire Granite Sunapee
7RB34 United States Connecticut Granite W. Norfolk
8RA22 United States Massachusetts Gneiss Becket
9RB22 United States Massachusetts Granite Worcester