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Stone description: muscovite-biotite

Wall Number Sort descending Country State Classification Source
10RB25 United States Maine Granite Hallowell
11B United States New Hampshire Granite Concord
11LB33 United States New Hampshire Granite Manchester
17B United States Massachusetts Granite W. Chelmsford
1B United States Massachusetts Granite W. Chelmsford
1L3 United States Connecticut Granite Millstone Point
1L4 United States Connecticut Granite Norwalk
1R4 United States Connecticut Granite Reynold's Bridge
1R5 United States Connecticut Granite Thomaston
4LB20 United States Connecticut Granite Leete Isl.
5LB10 United States Massachusetts Granite Fitchburg
5RB44 United States New Hampshire Granite Marlborough
6LA26 United States Maine Granite Lincolnville
6LA44 United States New Hampshire Granite Troy
6LB44 United States New Hampshire Granite Troy
6RA43 United States New Hampshire Gneiss Petersborough
6RB35 United States Connecticut Gneiss Ansonia
7RA23 United States North Carolina Granite Gastonia
7RB23 United States Maine Gneiss Jefferson
7RB24 United States Maine Granite Augusta
9LB24 United States Massachusetts Gneiss Charlton
S1-31 United States Massachusetts Granite W. Chelmsford
S1-32 United States Massachusetts Granite W. Chelmsford
S2-48 United States New Hampshire Granite Concord
S2-71 United States Massachusetts Granite W. Chelmsford
S2-76 United States New Hampshire Granite Concord
S2-77 United States New Hampshire Granite Concord
S2-78 United States North Carolina Granite Mt. Airy
S2-80 United States New Hampshire Granite Concord