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Tom Daugherty
(1938-    )

John Thomas "Tom" Daugherty operated a mineral business in Covington, Kentucky ("just across the river from Cincinnati") during the 1970's. He advertised in the Mineralogical Record from 1973 to 1978, attended the 1979 Tucson Show, and shortly thereafter sold his business to some of his customers (it is no longer operating). Tom earned a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts at Centre College in Danville, Kentucky in 1960, and later worked as a free-lance cartoonist. He sketched mineral specimens in pen and ink for his ads, all of which are reproduced here--the only mineral art he ever produced. The sketches display a graceful skill and a natural talent for drawing.
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Number of artworks found: 12 | Artworks being viewed: 9 to 12

The Mineralogical Record: Tom Daugherty - Pyrite from Navajun, Spain Pyrite from Navajun, Spain
India ink on paper (dated August 1974), published in Tom's ad in the Mineralogical Record, January-February 1975.
The Mineralogical Record: Tom Daugherty - Marcasite Marcasite
India ink on paper (dated August 1974), published in Tom's ad in the Mineralogical Record, March-April 1975.
The Mineralogical Record: Tom Daugherty - Cuprite from the Onganja mine, Namibia Cuprite from the Onganja mine, Namibia
India ink on paper (dated August 1974), published in Tom's ad in the Mineralogical Record, April-May 1975.
The Mineralogical Record: Tom Daugherty - Pyrite from Navajun, Spain Pyrite from Navajun, Spain
India ink on paper (dated August 1974), published in Tom's ad in the Mineralogical Record, July-August 1975.
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