MINERALS AND ROCKS - Pyrite
  • Number: 1414
  • MINERALS AND ROCKS - Pyrite
  • By their origin, rocks are classified as igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic. Igneous rocks make up about 95% of the lithosphere, whereas the other two types of rock are only 5% of the lithosphere. Minerals can occur as crystals – as homogeneous, regular geometric solids with some degree of symmetry, which is a reflection of their regular internal composition – the structure. Without a doubt, one of the most interesting minerals is pyrite – a sulfide mineral with a metallic luster and gold-yellow hue, which at first glance resembles gold.
  • BUY
  • Value:
  • 5 HRK
  • Design:
  • Dean Roksandić, designer, Zagreb
  • Size:
  • 29,82 x 35,50 mm (blok: 112 x 73 mm)
  • Paper:
  • white 102 g, gummed
  • Perforation:
  • Harrow, 14
  • Technique:
  • Multicolor Offset Printing
  • Printed by:
  • AKD d.o.o., Zagreb
  • Date of issue:
  • 20.10.2022.
  • Quantity:
  • 30,000 souvenir sheets

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MINERALS AND ROCKS - Loess
  • MINERALS AND ROCKS - Loess
  • By their origin, rocks are classified as igneous, sedimentary, and metamorphic. Igneous rocks make up about 95% of the lithosphere, whereas the other two types of rock are only 5% of the lithosphere. Minerals can occur as crystals – as homogeneous, regular geometric solids with some degree of symmetry, which is a reflection of their regular internal composition – the structure. Loess is a pale yellow to yellowish terrestrial, fine-grained sediment formed by the accumulation of wind-blown particles, hence it is also known as aeolian sediment.
  • Date of issue: 20.10.2022.
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