This specimen is from Paprok, Afghanistan. The well terminated black schorl is approximately 1.8 cm across the largest face. It is centered and contrasted by a greyish white nodule of albite crystals – very aesthetic. Mounted on a plexiglass base to enhance presentation.
This specimen from Felsobanya, Romania was originally from the collection of William Schultz. It was mined ca.1970 as described on the label. The specimen is composed of a cluster of grey-blue tabular blades. The crystals are rimmed with clear barite periphery. Mounted on a plexiglass base to enhance presentation.
This specimen is from Krasnohorske Podhradie, Roznava County, Slovakia. Multiple yellow transluscent baryte crystals up to 1.0 cm in length display proudly against a rich brown matrix. There is no damage. The specimen is mounted with mineral tack in a 4 x 4.5 x 6.0 display box (easily removed). Original label from Slovakian Dealer is supplied.
This is a great specimen of gypsum commonly referd to as ‘Ram’s Horn selenite’. It is a stalachtitic growth. The main horn in this piece is 3.2 cm in length. It is accompanied by several smaller horns at the base of the main horn. This specimen is from Bou Becker, Oujda, Morocco and is supplied with the original Trinity Minerals label. Mounted on a plexiglass stand to enhance presentation.
Gemmy pink heulandite crystals sit on a mordenite lined vug. This specimen was from Lanny Ream who I believe originally found/worked/marketed specimens from this now classic find – Rat Pat Claim, near Specimen Hill, Custer County, Idaho. Original label supplied with specimen.
Natural color pale citrine/smoky quartz on feldspar matrix. The termination of the crystal is excellent. All faces are withought dings. What I feel is the back of the specimen exhibits a secondary regrowth on the crystal face. The specimen is from Itinga, Jequitinhonha Valley, Minas Gerais, Brazil.