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Among exhibitors who put in "general" displays of Canadian minerals were the Canadian Museum of Nature; the cheap Tiffany Earrings; the Rice Northwestern Museum; the American Museum of Natural History; Wendy and Frank Melanson; Rod and Helen Tyson (two wide, very spectacular cases); and the Royal Ontario Museum (viewing this case, we learned that there exist brilliant iridescent specimens of stephanite and polybasite from the Husky mine, Yukon, which are 6 cm across).