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Cerrusite

$475.00

Cerrusite

Classic Tsumeb, Namibia specimen. Mined circa 1971. Several reticulated crystals which are highly translucent.

$475.00

Vivianite

$175.00

Vivianite

This is a much older specimen. Not typically of the many seen on the market recently from Brazil. This specimen is from Kerch Peninsula, Crimea Oblast, Ukraine. It consists of separate  groupings of radiating deep blue crystals. The largest grouping is 2.16 cm in diameter/length (not quite round).

$175.00

Meteorite

$250.00

Meteorite

This is not something I ordinarily sell. I was struck by the superb Patina and interesting indentations on this piece (there is likely a much better technical description). It is a ‘CAMPO DEL CIELO’ meteorite. Found in Chaco, Santiago del Estero, Argentina. It weighs 277 grams.

$250.00

Calcite

$375.00

Calcite

A great complex grouping of undamaged amber colored crystals from Berry Materials Quarry, North Vernon, Jennings Co., Indianna. Original labels starting with ‘ The Lesnicks’, shown in attached photo, are provided. Sharp crystals with good luster.

$375.00

Quartz

$145.00

Quartz

A rather large grouping of hematite coated/included quartz crystals from Tinjedad, Morocco. The terminations on crystals are excellent. This specimen shows well from multiple directions.

$145.00

Calcite

$225.00

Calcite

A classic English specimen. Originally in the collection of George White – Colorado collector and subsequently sold by Kristalle to Chris Amos of Buffalo NY. Crystals are clear to translucent. A beautiful assemblage.

$225.00

Silver

$145.00

Silver

Arborescent grouping of silver crystals from classic locality of White Pine, Mine, Ontonagon Co., Michigan. The silver remains bright with virtually no tarnish. I do not often see these available.

$145.00

Smithsonite

This is an old time Tsumeb piece recently acquired out of a private collection. Crystals are a soft translucent pink color. The edges of the crystals possess an interesting bevelled nature. Both the front and back sides of this specimen are covered with crystals.

$275.00

Bournonite

$225.00

Bournonite

Great grouping of metallic/iridescent “cogwheel twinned” crystals. The largest crystal is 2.0 x 1.4 cm. Crystals are sharp. This specimen is from Viivoras Mine, Potosi Department, Bolivia.

$225.00

Calcite

$65.00

Calcite

This specimen was originally procured from the University of MIchigan. It was sold again in 1995 by Illinois dealer, David Crawford, (label provided). It consists of an excellent grouping of amber colored calcite crystals on matrix. It is from the classic locality of Elk Creek, South Dakota.

$65.00

Calcite

$75.00

Calcite

An attractive grouping of honey colored calcite crystals perched on limestone matrix. The crystals of vey good luster. This specimen is from North Vernon, Jennings Co., Indiana. The original label from TOUCHSTONE MINERALS is provided.

$75.00

Fluorite

$295.00

Fluorite

The deep green color on this larger cabinet piece is amazing. The cubes have faces up to 3.5 cm. The edges are bevelled. A very showy specimen from Xianghuapu Mine, Chenzhou, Hunan Province, China!

$295.00

Fluorite

$195.00

Fluorite

Pale purple octahedral crystals cover the face of the large cabinet size specimen. It is fro m Jinhu City, Zhejiang Province, China.

$195.00

Quartz, Dolomite, Chalcopyrite

A larger cabinet size specimen with an attractive grouping of three minerals. The dolomite preferentially covers one face of the red quartz. Chalcopyrite crystals are sprinkled across the display face. This specimen comes from Dongxiang Co., Jiangxi Province, Inner Mongolia, China.

$175.00

Scheelite

$250.00

Scheelite

Vibrant orange color grouping of octahedral scheelite crystals. The faces on large crystal measure approximately 4.0 cm! This specimen is from Shuijing, Huya Township, Mount Xuebalding, Pingwu, Mianyang, Sichuan, China.

$250.00

Arsenopyrite and Siderite

Attractive specimen of olive green siderite with chalcopyrite. This specimen is from Kaiwu Mine, Hezhang Co., Bijie, Guizhou, China.

$125.00

Smithsonite

An interesting plate of botryoidal pink smithsonite from Wenshan, Yunnan Province, China.

$60.00

Fluorite

$275.00

Fluorite

An interesting specimen from Huanggang Mine, Hexigten Banner, Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, China. The contrast between the green and purple fluorite crystals is striking. intermittent exposure of the white matrix attenuates the color in the fluorite. The majority of the purple fluorite crystals are octahedral. However there are also some cubes.

$275.00

Fluorite

$185.00

Fluorite

An attractive larger plate of ‘sea foam’ green fluorite cubes. Crystals are sharp and up to 2.0 cm on edge. There is no damage and the luster is great.. This piece is very three dimensional.¬† The specimen is from Xianghuapu Mine, Linwo Co., Chenzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China.

$185.00

Malachite

$140.00

Malachite

A larger plate of forrest green botryoidal malachite. The malachite has a velvety look to it. This specimen is from Miringi Mine, Katanga, Democratic Republic of Congo.

$140.00

Scheelite

$140.00

Scheelite

Multiple brown octahedral scheelite crystals up to 1.1 cm are scattered/grouped on white matrix. The crystals are sharp. This specimen is from Yaogangaxion Mine, Yizhang Co., Chenzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China.

$140.00

Fluorite

$175.00

Fluorite

Well center crystals of deeper green fluorite crystals up to 4.0 x 3.8 cm. A small pink octahedral fluorite sits to one side of the main green fluorite crystal. Isolated crude quartz crystals and equally crude arsenopyrite crystals are also present. Overall a very nice composition piece. This specimen is from Huanggang Mine, Hexigten Banner, Chifeng, Inner Mongolia China.

$175.00

Arsenopyrite and Quartz

A group of well terminated quartz crystals provides an impressive background for a grouping of multiple arsenopyrite crystals. This specimen is from Yangoaxion Mine, Yizhang Co., Chenzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China.

$195.00

Calcite and Quartz

A large 4.5 x 3.5 x 3.5 lustrous calcite crystal sits proudly atop a matrix covered with small quartz crystals. This piece is attractive under normal light and gorgeous under UV light. The specimen is from Xianghuapu mine, Linwo Co., Chenzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China.

$125.00

Fluorite

$225.00

Fluorite

Zoned purple fluorite cubes up to 0.6 cm on edge cover the crystallized quartz matrix. This specimen is from Yaogangaxion Mine, Yizhang Co., Chenzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China.

$225.00

Fluorite

$185.00

Fluorite

Attractive floater grouping of multiple pink octahedral crystals from Huanggang mine, Hexigten Banner, Chifeng, Inner Mongolia, China. Crystal luster is good and faces are sharp. These specimens were mined in 2019. When backlit faint needles of hedenbergite can be seen as inclusions.

$185.00

Fluorite

$195.00

Fluorite

This specimen is from Yaogangaxion Mine, Yizhang Co., Chenzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China. Several cubes with faces up to 0.7cm sit on a matrix covered by small white quartz crystals. The cubes are somewhat isolated and contrast nicely. The fluorite crystals themselves all contain  phantoms. The luster is good. Very attractive small cabinet specimen.

$195.00

Calcite and Fluorite

Large bladed calcite accompanied by a smaller grouping of calcites at the base. Upon closer examination there are several clear fluorite cubes at the base of the smaller calcite grouping and covering additional matrix. This specimen is highly UV reactive as shown in the supplemental pictures. It is from Xianghuapu Mine, Linwo County, Chenzhou, Hunnan Province, China.

$75.00

Veszelyite on Quartz

Veszelyite is a rare secondary Cu-Zn phosphate mineral. I have not often seen specimens for sale. This specimen consists of a reasonable size grouping of quartz crystals with a scattering of electric blue veszelyite crystals on the quartz. The specimen comes from Jinhonghe, Chengdu City, Sichuan Province, China.

$185.00

Tourmaline

$1,500.00

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Tourmaline

Rather stout tourmaline grouping in pristine condition. The colors vary from a green to blue/green. Multiple terminations are all intact. The non terminated end of the group is pocket healed. This specimen is from Paprok Mine, Kamdesh District, Nuristan, Afghanistan.

$1,500.00

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