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Calcite, Barite, and Sphalerite

$125.00

Calcite, Barite, and Sphalerite

This is a great combination piece. It contains multiple golden colored scalenahedral calcite crystalswith patches of small snowy white barite druse. The matrix itself is sphalerite which shows through select areas on the display face. The specimen is from Minerva #1 Mine, Hardin Co., Illinois, USA

$125.00

Clinochlore var. Kammererite

$185.00

Clinochlore var. Kammererite

This specimen is from Kop Krom mine, Kop Daglari, Erzurum Province, Turkey. The display face is covered by rich red-purple crystals.

$185.00

Rhodochrosite

$165.00

Rhodochrosite

Attractive specimen of pink drusy crystallized rhodochrosite from Wessels Mine, Hotazel, Northern Cape Province, South Africa.

$165.00

Smithsonite

$145.00

Smithsonite

This classic Smithsonite (Cuprian) is from the 79 mine, Gila co., Arizona. It is composed of bright apple green rounded crystals clustered on botryoidal mounds. The color is very rich. This specimen has come out of a recently purchased older collection.

$145.00

Cerrusite

$275.00

Cerrusite

This is a large specimen from Tsumeb, Otjikoto Region, Namibia. The cerrusite is clear to colorless. The faces show interesting growth pattern. There is minor chipping on some of edges which in my opinion does not detract from the overall promenance of this piece. It has been in a couple of collections. It is provided with the original Ward’s label.

$275.00

Fluorite

$140.00

Fluorite

This specimen is from Hesselbach Mine, Oberkirch, Black Forest, Germany. Beatiful vug of translucent high luster purple cubes up to 0.8 cm on edge.

$140.00

Willemite

$250.00

Willemite

Somewhat rare specimen from Tsumeb mine, Tsumeb, Namibia. There are several lustrous crystals of a pale apple green color nestled between what appears to be white dolomite. Individual crystals up to 0.5 cm. This specimen came from an older collection. It does come with the original Rob Lavinsky label.

$250.00

Pyromorphite var. Campylite

$485.00

Pyromorphite var. Campylite

This specimen is from 9 Level, Jersey Vein, Bunker Hill Mine, Kellogg, Idaho. I aquired it from an older collection in MIchigan. I believe these specimens were available on the market in the early 1980,s. It comes with the original “Mineralogical Research Company” label. Multiple bright green botryoidal shapes (0.6 cm) of crystals.

$485.00

Ferberite

$285.00

Ferberite

This specimen is from Siglo Mine, Llallgua, Bustillo Province, Potosi Department, Bolivia. Exceptional grouping of Ferberite crystals up to 2.5 x 1.8 cm cover one half of the display face. The balance is covered by greyish calcite crystals. There is no damage 

$285.00

Cobaltoan Calcite

$150.00

Cobaltoan Calcite

This specimen is from Bou Azzer Mine, Amerzoane, Ouarzazate Province, Draa . Tafilalet Region, Morocco. Individual transluscent pink crystals up to 0.6 cm are widely dispersed across the the face of this specimen.

$150.00

Aquamarine, Feldspar, and Schorl

$145.00

Aquamarine, Feldspar, and Schorl

Great specimen from Erongo, Namibia. The 1.6 cm sky blue aquamarine displays nicely in against the matrix. Minor schorl crystals are evident at the base. 

$145.00

Heliodor

$145.00

Heliodor

This specimen is from Erongo, Namibia. Multiple interwoven terminated crystals. Crystal are a transparent yellow/green on the ends.

$145.00
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