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Goshen stone is an unusual variably colored variety of mica schist found mostly in New England. It is quarried and sold as a landscaping stone.[1] The stone sells for approximately 100 US dollars a ton.[1]

Goshen stone appeared in US national headlines in 2007 when Matt White, a former Major League Baseball pitcher then pitching in the minors, discovered approximately 2 billion US dollars worth of the stone on property near Cummington, Massachusetts he had recently purchased.[1]



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