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Come to where the knowledge is! Deutsche Gemmologische Gesellschaft eV (German Gemmological Association)


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Deutsche Gemmologische Gesellschaft eV (DGemG)
Prof.-Schlossmacher Str. 1
55743 Idar-Oberstein

Represented by:

Präsident und Geschäftsführer gemeinsam
Präsident: Dr. Thomas Lind
Geschäftsführer: Dr. Ulrich Henn


Telephone: +49(0) 67 81 / 5 08 40
Telefax: +49(0) 67 81 / 5 08 419
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Register entry:

Entry in the Vereinsregister.
Registering court:Bad Kreuznach
Registration number: VR 10230


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DE 149889521

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