Belgium, Royal Museum of Natural History
The Belgian National Museum of Natural History was opened un Brussells in 1846. It traced its origin to the "Physics and History Room" of Charles of Lorraine (1712-1780), which was taken over by the city following Charles's death. It houses a mineral collection of over 40,000 specimens, including a systematic collection of Belgian minerals.
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WILSON, Wendell E. (2018)
Biographical Archive, at www.mineralogicalrecord.com.]
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Number of labels found: 1 | Labels being viewed: 1 to 1
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Label for a specimen obtained from the F. Corin collection.