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Global Minerals For Sale

We specialize in minerals from all over the world. We are an experienced dealer with nearly 40 years of experience buying, selling, and identifying rare and unique global mineral specimens. As a result, we frequently update our online catalog of rare global minerals for sale.¬†We’re happy to work with you, too. For instance, if you’re looking for specific¬†specimens or rocks, please reach out to us.

Many of the global minerals found here are from personal collection. Additionally, others have been field-collected by us from sites across the globe. Through decades of attending mineral shows featuring worldwide sources, we have built a high-quality catalog. We regularly buy beautiful rocks and minerals from personal collections in addition to the shows we attend. We often post our rock collecting adventures on our blog, our Facebook page, and out Reddit account.

Lambert Fine Minerals takes pride in the quality of the global minerals for sale here. Moreover, we stand by our commitment to specimen quality and affordable prices.

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Galena, Marcasite, and Sphalerite

$25.00

Galena, Marcasite, and Sphalerite

Attractive showing of galena crystals with marcasite and Smaller sphalerite from Sweetwater Mine, Reynolds Co., Missouri, USA. The largest galena cube measures 1.0 cm on the edge.

$25.00

Fluorite

$60.00

Fluorite

Very good cabinet sized specimen from El Tule Area, Near Melchor Muzquiz, Coahuila, Mexico. Multiple stir step transluscent purple cubes.

$60.00

Aquamarine

$65.00

Aquamarine

Single well terminated transparent crystal. Pale sky blue color. This specimen is from Teofilo Otoni, Mucuiri Valley, Minas Gerais, Brazil

$65.00

Megladon Tooth

$100.00

Megladon Tooth

Great fossil of whole tooth.There remains an interesting showing of barnacle on one side. This specimen is from Morgan River near Beaufort, South Carolina, USA.

$100.00

Lepidolite

$45.00

Lepidolite

This specimen consists of multiple lilac/pale lavendar lepidolite crystals contrasted by interspersed white quartz. The individual crystals of this lithium rich muscovite mica are hexagonal.

$45.00

Pyrite

$115.00

Pyrite

Amazing Pyrite Iron-Cross Twin from Gachala, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia. Twinning is exhibit well on all faces. The pyrite has a thin layer of goethite on the surface.

$115.00

Fluorite

$250.00

Fluorite

Sharp cubes up to 0.9 cm cover the face of this specimen. The crystals have a pale yellow color core with a thin purple internal phantom. This is a little unusual for the english fluorite that I typically see. (I did purchase it along with several other specimens from an English field collector). It is from Boltsburn Mine Flats, Rookhope, Durham Co., England.

$250.00

Inesite

$150.00

Inesite

Thousands of small bladed inesite crystals cover this plate. It is from N’Chwaning II Mine, Kalahari Maganese Field, Kuruman, S. Africa.

$150.00

Garnet var. Grossular

$250.00

Garnet var. Grossular

Large plate of ‘cinnamon’ colored garnets from Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebc,which this now closed locality is famous for. The garnets are transluscent with high lustre. They sit separately from each other.

$250.00

Rhodochrosite

$195.00

Rhodochrosite

Interesting specimen from Sweet Home Mine, Alma Mining District, Park Co., Colorado, USA. The large rhodocrosite showing on the bottom corner of this specimen is cleaved. However, there is a ribbon of lovely red rhodochrosite rhombs draped across the top of the matrix. Individual rhombs are up to 0.6 cm in length. The balance of matrix face has small quartz and pyrite crystals scattered across it.

$195.00

Calcite with Duftite inclusions

$325.00

Calcite with Duftite inclusions

Exceptional grouping of transluscent calcite rhombs up to 1.9 cm on edge with inclusions of green duftite. All crystals are sharp with good lustre. A classic specimen from the long closed locality of Tsumeb, Namibia.

$325.00

Quartz with Malachite

$150.00

Quartz with Malachite

Afine coating of malachite selectively covering quartz crystals which are up to 3.5 cm in length. The specimen is from M’Cissi, Alnif, Tinghir Province, Souss-Massa-Draa Region, Morocco.

$150.00
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