An update containing specimens from three recent finds. 1) An exciting new find of Chinese autunite-- they look just as good as the ones from Washington or France. I tried to offer the best value in terms of bang for buck-- I have seen cheaper ones that are designating, and much better ones that were commanding prices 2-3 times what a good one from Washington would cost. For something that isn't even a classic, that just seemed silly. These seemed to be a good middle road. 2) Specimens from an incredible pocket of pyrite from Huanzala, recovered towards the end of last year. Not exactly a new find in the strictest definition, but these are certainly exceptional by the standard of anything that has come out in the last 15 years-- the luster is just crazy on some of these. 3) Scheelite dusted with stolzite on quartz from Mundo Nuevo. I purchased these on my last trip to Peru, and finally got around to posting them. They come from a small find made in late 2014-- I high graded a couple small stashes in Peru, and in my opinion these have much better aesthetics and sharpness than what I've seen elsewhere.