David K. Joyce Minerals

Latest Additions

Below are the most recent additions to my specimens database. Click on any of the thumbnails to view a larger image of the specimen.

All prices in Canadian dollars. For payment in US$, deduct 19% or multiply by 0.81.

 

SpaleriteSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous, Page Two
  • Item #20216
  • Spalerite
  • 12.0x7.7x5.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: cleavages
  • $140.00
  • Santander

  • Cantabria, Spain
  • A large mass of gemmy, light brown-golden sphalerite cleavages. Solid sphalerite. I think it is very possible that some of the areas could be cut into gems! Extra postage required. So rich looking.
HaueriteSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous
  • Item #20214
  • Hauerite
  • 5.0x2.8x2.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 4mm
  • $75.00
  • Jeziorko
  • Tarnobrzeg
    Podkarpackie, Poland
  • Crystals of this unusual manganese sulphide mineral embedded in grey, clay-like matrix from this famous hauerite locality.
ZirconGrenville Minerals, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #20213
  • Zircon
  • 3.5x1.8x1.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 11mm
  • $40.00
  • Saranc Zircon Mine
  • Tory Hill
    Ontario, Canada
  • A very nice example of a zircon crystal from the Saranac "Mine". It really was not a mine but was a prospect, interesting because of radioactivity there. Nice!
Mendipite, HydrocerussiteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #20210
  • Mendipite, Hydrocerussite
  • 8.3x6.0x3.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: cleavages
  • $110.00
  • Merehead Quarry
  • Mendip
    England
  • A rich, larger specimen of these two rare lead minerals. The mendipite is a lead oxy-chloride and is particularly rare. I believe that is the famous type locality or , if not, very close to it! Rich!
ZirconTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Three
  • Item #20209
  • Zircon
  • 2.0x2.0x2.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $35.00
  • St. Peter's Dome

  • Colorado, USA
  • A sharp, pyramidal zircon crystal from this miarolitic cavity area. Nice example!
ZirconGrenville Minerals, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #20208
  • Zircon
  • 4.6x2.5x2.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 29mm
  • $140.00
  • Donaldson Lake

  • Quebec, Canada
  • A very nice specimen showing n elongated, doubly terminated zircon crystal embedded in pyroxene and, possibly, scapolite. These types of specimens are typical of the Grenville pyroxene-calcite vein dykes of that area of the Grenville. Hard to come by! VERY difficult to personally collect.
CopperCopper, Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan, USA, Page Two
  • Item #20207
  • Copper
  • 18.3x6.8x3.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $325.00
  • White Pine Mine
  • Ontonagon County
    Michigan, USA
  • An excellent aggregate of copper crystals, associated with carbonate and zeolites, from THE last native copper mine that operated in northern Michigan. I think it closed most recently in the 1990's. Here is a large specimen from that famous operation!
HematiteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities
  • Item #20206
  • Hematite
  • 3.9x3.6x2.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $55.00
  • Egremont
    Cumbria, England
  • The Iron Mines of the Egremont area were once a burgeoning, prosperous mining area, key to the industrial success of Britain. Specimens of botryoidal hematite, nicknamed "kidney ore" because of the similarity of the outer surface to the colour and outer surface of a kidney (haven't you had steak and kidney pie!?). Here is an excellent, reasonable example!
SpaleriteSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous
  • Item #20205
  • Spalerite
  • 5.7x4.5x4.1 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 25mm
  • $75.00
  • Naica

  • Chihuahua, Mexico
  • A superb cluster of sharp sphalerite crystals from this famous locality. Very slight bruising but not very noticeable. These crystals show typical twinning but not to the extreme like many sphalerite crystals do. Very displayable specimen.
CopperCopper, Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan, USA
  • Item #20204
  • Copper
  • 6.3x3.6x2.1 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $75.00
  • Central Mine
  • Keweenaw County
    Michigan, USA
  • A cluster of elongated copper crystals from this famous old mine on the Keweenaw Peninsula. Sweet!
AllaniteGrenville Minerals, Various Localities
  • Item #20203
  • Allanite
  • 10.0x5.3x4.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 15mm
  • $110.00
  • Craigmont Corundum Mine
  • Craigmont
    Ontario, Canada
  • Not only corundum occurred at the Craigmont Mine, once the "largest corundum mine in the British Commonwealth". A number of other minerals were found there during mining operations. Here is a nice allanite specimen, showing sharp, bladed crystals of this mineral. Very unusual.
CinnabarCinnabar, Tongren, Guizhou Province, China
  • Item #20202
  • Cinnabar
  • 9.6x9.4x5.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 27mm
  • $325.00
  • Hunan

  • Hunan Province, China
  • A gorgeous, large, twinned crystal of cinnabar in a vug of dolomite crystals. This is the only locality information that I have for this specimen. Most modern specimen have been sawn to reduce matrix size, often sawn to extreme. This specimen has no saw cuts. Very nice specimen of this classic Chinese mineral.
LabradoriteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Three
  • Item #20198
  • Labradorite
  • 14.4x12.1x6.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: a largecleavage
  • $240.00
  • Nain
  • Labrador
    Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada
  • A wonderful example of this unusual feldspar showing deep blue iridescence when rotated in the light. Wow!
Quartz, DolomiteBrazil Minerals, Various
  • Item #20197
  • Quartz, Dolomite
  • 7.2x6.0x3.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 72mm
  • $125.00
  • Morro Velho
  • Nova Lima
    Minas Gerais, Brazil
  • A sweet specimen of lustrous, gemmy quartz with disc-like, sharp dolomite crystals. Small sulphide crystals are sprinkled here and there. Long closed mine. Displays well!
QuartzQUARTZ, Various Localities, Canada
  • Item #20196
  • Quartz
  • 8.9x9.0x4.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 90mm
  • $85.00
  • Lyndhurst
  • Leeds Co.
    Ontario, Canada
  • A very nice cluster of quartz crystals. This locality was mined for quartz crystals prior to and during world war II for quartz for electronic purposes. Most of these specimens came from that time. Very nice specimen.
AnglesiteSecondary Minerals, Various Locations, Page Two
  • Item #20195
  • Anglesite
  • 9.5x8.4x6.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 10mm
  • $260.00
  • Tintic Standard Mine
  • Tintic Dist, Utah Co.
    Utah, USA
  • Some excellent anglesite crystals in altered galena from this famous locality. Heavy! Extra postage will be required for this one! Looks great!
Siderite, CalciteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Three
  • Item #20193
  • Siderite, Calcite
  • 14.7x7.0x9.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 32mm
  • $140.00
  • La Mure
  • Isere
    , France
  • A wonderful plate of sharp, bladed siderite crystals from this area famous for siderite crystals. Some nice white calcite rhombs interspersed with the siderite. Displays beautifully.
StibiconiteMexico, Various Minerals and Localities
  • Item #20192
  • Stibiconite
  • 12.4x6.5x3.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 12.4
  • $225.00
  • Cuencame

  • Durango, Mexico
  • A superb specimen of this old-time Mexican classic! Several sharp, terminated prisms of stibnite fully replaced by stibiconite. Looks great! Old time specimen with accompanying label.
Proustite, Silver, ArsenidesCobalt/Gowganda, Ontario -Various Species
  • Item #20191
  • Proustite, Silver, Arsenides
  • 12.6x4.5x3.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $160.00
  • Silverfields Mine
  • Cobalt
    Ontario, Canada
  • A section of silver vein that shows a vein of silver with a parallel vein of proustite "ruby Silver" on one side. We don't often see proustite like this at cobalt. The proustite is the uppermost mineralization in the photo's. Sawn on one side and rough on the other side.
StibiconiteMexico, Various Minerals and Localities
  • Item #20190
  • Stibiconite
  • 6.0x6.1x7.9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 40mm
  • $110.00
  • Durango
    Mexico
  • One of the pseudomorphs that I remember seeing first in my youth. These pseudomorphs of stibiconite after stibnite are classics. Sorry, this is all of the locality information that I have. Nice matrix specimen!
GalenaMexico, Various Minerals and Localities
  • Item #20185
  • Galena
  • 10.2x7.8x5.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 20mm
  • $85.00
  • Naica
  • Saucillo
    Chihuahua, Mexico
  • A wonderful, dense cluster of sharp galena crystals showing cube and octahedral faces. Beautiful growth features on the crystal faces. A garland of white calcite crystals around the bottom and a couple of sphalerite crystals on the galenas. It sits well for display. Very dense, so extra postage! Classic.
SphaleriteSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous
  • Item #20184
  • Sphalerite
  • 9.0x7.0x4.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 25mm
  • $80.00
  • Stari Trg Mine
  • Trepca
    Kosovo, Jugoslavia
  • A gorgeous mound of dark-brown sphalerite crystals partially coated with pure white calcite crystals. Nice contrast. This is one of the old classic European localities that you see in the old mineral books. Displays perfectly!
ChalcopyriteSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous, Page Four
  • Item #20182
  • Chalcopyrite
  • 12.5x8.3x4.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 7mm
  • $75.00
  • St. Joe Head
  • Joplin
    Missouri, USA
  • A striking, classic specimen showing chalcopyrite tetrahedral sprinkled liberally over creamy-white dolomite crystals. Classic cabinet specimen.
Fergusonite-(Y)Uranium/Radioactive Minerals
  • Item #20181
  • Fergusonite-(Y)
  • 4.6x4.0x1.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 46mm
  • $120.00
  • JG Gole Quarry
  • Madawaska
    Ontario, Canada
  • An excellent crystal of fergusonite-(Y) from one of the localities that produces the best. This is a typical specimen from this famous place with an excellent fergusonite crystal. The crystal on the right is complete while the other two are not. Hard to come by these days!
GalenaSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous, Page Three
  • Item #20180
  • Galena
  • 6.9x7.7x5.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $75.00
  • Sweetwater Mine
  • Reynolds Co.
    Missouri, USA
  • A monster, well formed, VERY dense galena crystal from one of the old localities that produced the best large crystals. Classic, stepped, segmented habit. Extra postage will definitely be required. Looks great!
OrpimentPeru -Quiruvilca Mine
  • Item #20179
  • Orpiment
  • 7.1x6.1x4.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 10mm
  • $110.00
  • Quiruvilca Mine
  • Santiago de Chuco
    La Libertad, Lima, Peru
  • We don't often see old specimens like this that are in such good shape! Here is an oldy that shows sharp, deep orange crystals of orpiment from this fantastic old mine. Look in the "Articles" section of this website for a complete write-up about this mine. Displays very well.
Cancrinite, SodaliteGrenville Minerals, Various Localities
  • Item #20178
  • Cancrinite, Sodalite
  • 6.4x6.4x2.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $70.00
  • Blue Mountian Quarry
  • Methuen Twp., Peterborough Co.
    Ontario, Canada
  • A rich specimen showing both deep orangey-yellow cancrinite and deep blue sodalite from this large nepheline syenite mining operation. Mined many years ago and from an old collection.
Sphalerite, SideriteSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous
  • Item #20177
  • Sphalerite, Siderite
  • 14.6x11.8x4.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 13mm
  • $240.00
  • Eagle Mine
  • Gilman, Eagle Co.
    Colorado, USA
  • A rather large, partially siderite-coated plate of sphalerite crystals from the famous Eagle Mine. This was one of the main ore minerals that was mined there and many specimens were available at one time. They are rarely seen these days, especially in large size like this. From an old collection. Displays well with support!
Chalcopyrite, QuartzRomanian Minerals
  • Item #20176
  • Chalcopyrite, Quartz
  • 14.7x7.5x5.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: Ch 20mm, Qu 35mm
  • $110.00
  • Baia Mare
  • Heja
    Romania
  • A very nice plate of sharp quartz crystals and dark, coated (probably tenorite), chalcopyrite crystals. The quartz crystals are selectively coated on one side to give the specimen a different look from two sides. Very nice large cabinet specimen. Looks great!
JamesoniteSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous
  • Item #20169
  • Jamesonite
  • 4.8x4.2x3.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 21mm
  • $40.00
  • Sombrete
  • Zacatecas
    Mexico
  • Large, prismatic jamesonite crystals, partly altered, probably to valentinite or similar mineral. Very interesting!
CelestiteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Three
  • Item #20168
  • Celestite
  • 14.1x8.0x5.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 15mm
  • $180.00
  • Lime City
  • Wood Co.
    Ohio, USA
  • A wonderful plate of celestine crystals on calcite from this famous, Midwestern quarry location. Some say that the Celestine crystals are partially pseudomorphed to strontianite but I am not sure that that is the case. From and old collection and most likely from the Stoneco Quarry. Large cabinet specimen that displays well!
SideriteZeolites, Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia, Stilbite
  • Item #20167
  • Siderite
  • 14.6x8.5x2.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 13mm
  • $140.00
  • Brosso
  • Canavese
    Torino, Italy
  • A superb plate of bladed siderite crystals from this famous old mine. Some sharp pyritohedral pyrite crystals exposed around the edges. Handsome, nicely displayable siderite specimen!
NadoriteSecondary Minerals, Various Locations
  • Item #20166
  • Nadorite
  • 6.24.6x4.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $80.00
  • Djebel Nador
  • Guelma
    Constantine, Canada
  • This specimen consists mostly of massive andorite with some cavities that have sharp, bladed andorite crystals in them. It is not a great specimen but it is a good specimen of this rare mineral and from the type locality.
EnargiteSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous, Page Two
  • Item #20165
  • Enargite
  • 14.7x11.0x3.1 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 7mm
  • $260.00
  • Butte
    Montana, USA
  • A plate of sharp enargite crystals from the classic USA locality.
Clinozoisite, var. ThuliteJeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec, Various Minerals
  • Item #20160
  • Clinozoisite, var. Thulite
  • 9.7x7.0x6.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 10mm
  • $75.00
  • Black Lake Mine
  • Thetford Mines
    Ontario, Canada
  • A larger specimen showing loads of pinkish crystals of thulite embedded in white matrix. the contrast is great! From the Black Lake Mine at Thetford Mines, Quebec, not all that far from the Jeffery Mine.
TremoliteGrenville Minerals, Various Localities
  • Item #20158
  • Tremolite
  • 7.4x5.7x5.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 40mm
  • $35.00
  • Harcourt Park Road
  • Wilberforce
    Ontario, Canada
  • A rich, deep green jumble of terminated tremolite crystals. Classic Grenville.
Titanite, MagnetiteGrenville Minerals, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #20157
  • Titanite, Magnetite
  • 7.8x9.5x7.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: t-10mm
  • $120.00
  • New York Mine
  • Glamorgan Township
    Ontario, Canada
  • This is an interesting piece! Sharp, lustrous titanite crystals almost totally cover magnetite crystals and, I expect, were derived from the magnetite which presumably titaniferous! A little bit of a magnetite crystal is exposed on one side. Lots of elongated fluorapatite crystal sections are embedded in the titanite and magnetite. Fine looking specimen of an unusual association.
Clinozoisite, var. ThuliteJeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec, Various Minerals
  • Item #20156
  • Clinozoisite, var. Thulite
  • 4.6x3.0x3.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 10mm
  • $40.00
  • Black Lake Mine
  • Thetford Mines
    Quebec, Canada
  • Light pink, divergent, crystals of the pink thulite variety of clinozoisite are embedded in calcite and other white minerals, I expect. Unusual specimen from this location.
Calcite, PyriteGrenville Minerals, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #20155
  • Calcite, Pyrite
  • 4.7x3.6x3.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 30mm
  • $120.00
  • Lyndhurst
  • Leeds Township
    Ontario, Canada
  • Wow! THIS is a nice calcite specimen! The nice forms, hematite zoning, pyrite sprinkles and historic, classic location make it extra special. This location was mined for electronic-grade quartz crystals during the second world war and they also came across these excellent calcite clusters, as well. Looks fantastic!
MagnetiteGrenville Minerals, Various Localities
  • Item #20152
  • Magnetite
  • 8.0x6.0x5.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 35mm
  • $120.00
  • Bentley Lake, (Faraday Mine Property)
  • Bancroft
    Ontario, Canada
  • A cluster of sharp magnetite octahedral from the Bentley Lake occurrence, on the Faraday Mine property. These are not FROM the mine but away from the mine in veins that outcrop on surface. Collected many years ago and comes with a George and Susan Robinson label, from the days long ago when they were mineral dealers. One of the magnetite crystals is incomplete but the rest are sharp. Displays very well for a black mineral!
Clinozoisite, var. ThuliteJeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec, Various Minerals
  • Item #20151
  • Clinozoisite, var. Thulite
  • 8.5x9.5x6.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 10mm
  • $55.00
  • Black Lake Mine
  • Thetford Mines
    Quebec, Canada
  • This specimen shows curved, divergent crystals of the pink variety of clinozoisite from a large asbestos mine not too far from the Jeffrey Mine.
TremoliteGrenville Minerals, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #20150
  • Tremolite
  • 9.0x7.4x5.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 42mm
  • $65.00
  • Irondale
    Ontario, Canada
  • Completely colourless, iron free, end member tremolite. Few of the crystals are terminated and when they are, the terminations are feathered. Looks good and displays well!
Titanite, Ferri-fluorokatophoriteGrenville -Bear Lake Diggings, nr. Gooderham, Ontario
  • Item #20149
  • Titanite, Ferri-fluorokatophorite
  • 8.7x2.4x1.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $55.00
  • Bear Lake Diggings
  • nr. Gooderham
    Ontario, Canada
  • A slender, elegant, twinned crystal of this amphibole group mineral from the famous and now closed Bear Lake Diggings. Doubly terminated. A little bit of iron oxide on it but very little.
Celestine, CalciteSouth Ontario Limestone Quarries, Celestine
  • Item #20148
  • Celestine, Calcite
  • 7.4x7.3x4.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 24mm
  • $65.00
  • Lafarge Quarry
  • Wentworth County
    Ontario, Canada
  • An interesting Celestine vug from this famous locality. The crystals have a peculiar purple-blue colour which is, apparently due to fluorine-rich zones. Some people have said that the purple is due to fluorite inclusions but I understand that that is not the case. Looks great! Displays well.
Calcite, var. Iceland SparCalcite   Various Localities
  • Item #20147
  • Calcite, var. Iceland Spar
  • 4.2x3.5x2.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $70.00

  • Iceland
  • An ice-clear fragment of calcite showing the excellent double refraction that can make calcite useable for certain types of optical lenses. This crystal comes from the country from which "Iceland Spar" derives its nickname. Very nice!
Calcite, var. Iceland SparCalcite   Various Localities
  • Item #20146
  • Calcite, var. Iceland Spar
  • 4.0x3.7x3.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $60.00

  • Iceland
  • A clear cleavage of clear calcite showing one residual crystal face. This "Iceland Spar" is from Iceland, the original source of this special optical mineral that derives its name from that country.
SphaleriteSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous, Page Four
  • Item #20139
  • Sphalerite
  • 13.8x9.5x5.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $150.00
  • Elmwood Mine
  • Carthage
    Tennessee, USA
  • As far as I can tell, this is one very large, complexly twinned sphalerite crystal, such as sphalerite often is! The crystal faces are highly lustrous and surround a deep brown, resinous interior. Some bruising on the specimen. Displays well nonetheless! Amazing!
SilverSilver Minerals, Various Localities
  • Item #20138
  • Silver
  • 9.3x5.0x6.1 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 2mm
  • $95.00
  • Sierra Nevada Mine
  • Zacatecas
    Mexico
  • This specimen is a fragment of a galena/carbonate vein. On a couple of sides there is a coating of crystallized silver that, in open spaces manifests itself as wires. They are small but there is lots of silver on it! The galena is relatively fine grained and embedded in the carbonate. There are also small pyrite crystals embedded in the carbonate. The label says "argentite" as well but I cannot see any. Could be! It is accompanied by an antique Harvard Mineralogical Museum label.
SpaleritePine Point Mine, Pine Point, Northwest Territories
  • Item #20136
  • Spalerite
  • 9.4x6.1x4.9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 30mm
  • $75.00
  • Pine Point Mine
  • Pine Point
    Northwest Territories, Canada
  • Excellent botryoidal sphalerite makes up the bulk of this specimen with a smattering of galena crystals around the bottom and underneath. The sphalerite is a very light brown colour on the outside indicating low iron crystallization while the inner cores shows darker brown indicating high amounts of iron earlier in the crystallization. This would be a "schalenblende" type of formation. Displays very well!
ZinciteFranklin, New Jersey, Various specimens
  • Item #20135
  • Zincite
  • 9.6x8.5x5.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $85.00
  • Franklin
    New Jersey, USA
  • Vey rich deep-red zincite embedded in creamy-white calcite, with a little willemite associated in the zincite. Of course the calcite fluoresces red and the willemite bright green!
TetrahedritePeru, Casapalca Mine
  • Item #20127
  • Tetrahedrite
  • 9.6x7.5x4.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 25mm
  • $140.00
  • Casapalca Mine
  • Junin
    Peru
  • A beautiful thick plate of sharp, tetrahedrite crystals, associated with some small quartz crystals. Looks great!
Tetrahedrite ps Enargite, ChalcopyritePeru -Quiruvilca Mine
  • Item #20126
  • Tetrahedrite ps Enargite, Chalcopyrite
  • 14.0x13.3x4.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 35mm
  • $240.00
  • Quiruvilca Mine
  • Santiago de Chuco, La Libertad
    Mexico
  • A large plate of pyrite-coated chalcopyrite crystals that have groups of tetrahedrite pseudomorphs after enargite drapes all over them. The pseudomorphs show tetrahedra of tetrahedrite on and replacing prismatic enargite crystals. A few elongate quartz crystals here and there. Excellent example!
    To learn more about the Quiruvilca Mine, go to the "Articles" section of this website.
BismuthNATIVE ELEMENTS, Various Localities
  • Item #20123
  • Bismuth
  • 7.8x7.2x2.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 3mm
  • $75.00
  • Eldorado Mine
  • Great Bear Lake
    Northwest Territories, Canada
  • Rich native bismuth is present with an unknown arsenide mineral association. Rich specimen from this remote location!
Stibnite, QuartzSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous, Page Three
  • Item #20121
  • Stibnite, Quartz
  • 14.0x9.1x8.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 8mm
  • $85.00
  • McLaughlin #1 Mine
  • Lake County
    California, USA
  • The front of this specimen is a jumble of clear quartz crystals with many, many shiny-metallic, needle-like stibnite crystals on, in and between them. We don't see specimens from this long closed gold producer very often!
BismuthNATIVE ELEMENTS, Various Localities
  • Item #20120
  • Bismuth
  • 10.3x6.1x4.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 10mm cleavage
  • $70.00
  • Eldorado Mine
  • Great Bear Lake
    Northwest Territories, Canada
  • There are a number of areas of rich, glistening native bismuth in this specimen. The perfect cleavage of bismuth gives this one away immediately. Nice example!
Copper, PrehniteCopper, Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan, USA
  • Item #20116
  • Copper, Prehnite
  • 12.2x9.0x8.1 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 13mm
  • $325.00
  • Osceola Mine
  • Houghton Co.
    Michigan, USA
  • A gorgeous, well shaped copper crystal is nestled amongst botryoidal, light green prehnite, in a deep vug, in this specimen. Some smaller copper crystals scattered here and there. Beautiful cabinet specimen.
Arsenic, SilverNATIVE ELEMENTS, Various Localities
  • Item #20112
  • Arsenic, Silver
  • 8.0x6.5x1.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $85.00
  • Pohla
  • Schwarzenberg, Erzgebirge
    Saxony, Germany
  • An interesting sawn and polished slice of silver and arsenic mineralization. It shows silver crystals at the core, over grown by inter-banded native arsenic and calcite, with calcite as the main vein gangue mineral. It is possible that some of the arsenic is stibarsen but I cannot be sure. Very nice specimen of this famous combination!
Mercury, CinnabarMercury, Cinnabar, El Entredicho Mine, Almaden, Spain
  • Item #20110
  • Mercury, Cinnabar
  • 11.5x7.2x5.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $150.00
  • Almaden
    Spain
  • A larger, wedge-shaped rock matrix that has fracture surfaces covered with cinnabar and globules of native mercury scattered on the cinnabar on the top side. There is a little mercury and cinnabar on other surfaces but most is on the top, display side. Very rich specimen of this liquid metal that displays very well.
ZinciteFranklin, New Jersey, Various specimens
  • Item #20108
  • Zincite
  • 12.6x8.8x2.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $120.00
  • Franklin
    New Jersey, USA
  • This is a solid mass of light orange zincite that appears to have been slickensided. Interesting old classic from Franklin. Just a tiny bit of willemite in the specimen. Dense!
Sphalerite, BariteSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous
  • Item #20107
  • Sphalerite, Barite
  • 9.8x10.2x5.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: Sp 13mm, Ba 30mm
  • $150.00
  • Elmwood Mine
  • Carthage
    Tennessee, USA
  • A gorgeous lustrous, complexly twinned aggregate of three crystals of sphalerite from one of the localities that produces the best. It is composed of smaller segments that are dark brown, richly resinous and bright. The large sphalerite crystal is accented by two rounded barite aggregates. Beautiful!
Hemetite, ps. MagnetiteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Three
  • Item #20106
  • Hemetite, ps. Magnetite
  • 9.0x6.5x2.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 18mm
  • $125.00
  • Iron Mountian
  • Beaver Co.
    Utah, USA
  • A wonderful plate of crystals that are, in fact, pseudomorphs of hematite after magnetite. The crystals are sharp and show the simple octahedral crystal form. As well, there is a younger generation of smaller crystals scattered about the large crystals. In addition, there are dark green, thick tabular crystals of a pyroxene group mineral, probably epidote, 7mm or so in size, scattered about. There is probably some relict magnetite in the specimen somewhere since it is slightly magnetic but nowhere near as magnetic as if it was fully magnetite. An old timer! Displays very well.
FluoriteFluorite, Various Localities
  • Item #20100
  • Fluorite
  • 7.9x5.8x4.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 27mm
  • $140.00
  • Weisseck, Lungau
  • Salzburg
    Austria
  • An attractive, frosted light-green plate of cubic fluorite crystals from this old locality. The crystals are sharp, simple cubes with no twinning. Ex J. Buma Collection. Nice!
Quartz, GwindelQuartz -Various Locations
  • Item #20098
  • Quartz, Gwindel
  • 5.5x5.1x2.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $175.00
  • Drun Tobel
  • Sedrun, Tavetsch
    Grisons, Switzerland
  • Sometimes, quartz forms in these unusual, twisted crystals, especially, it seems, in Switzerland! Some light chloritic frosting on some of the faces on this crystal. Here is a classic "gwindel" from that region. An old catalogue label dating it from an exchange with a museum in 1947 accompanies the gwindel.
FluoriteFluorite, Various Localities
  • Item #20097
  • Fluorite
  • 11.2x8.7x6.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 31mm
  • $325.00
  • Xiang Hua Pu
  • Linwu, Hunan
    China
  • A gorgeous mound of limpid-clear, lustrous, light green fluorite crystals. Simple cube forms with, often, notched corners. Very little bruising. Absolutely delightful!
FerberiteBolivian Minerals, Various
  • Item #20096
  • Ferberite
  • 7.0x4.0x4.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $120.00
  • Tasna Mine -Rosario Section
  • Nor Chicos, Potosi
    Bolivia
  • A gorgeous pitch-black, rwinned crystal of ferberite from the famous Tasna Mine. The crystal is very lustrous, well formed with one of the twin members much larger than the other. Great looking specimen!
Malachite, Cerussite, PyromorphiteSecondary Minerals, Various Locations, Page Two
  • Item #20095
  • Malachite, Cerussite, Pyromorphite
  • 7.5x7.1x3.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: Ma 12mm
  • $85.00
  • Brown's Prospect
  • Rum Jungle
    Northern Territory, Australia
  • A plate of botryoidal malachite on pyromorphite garnished with small crystals of cerussite. Interesting paragenesis and a good looking piece!
CalciteCalcite   Various Localities
  • Item #20092
  • Calcite
  • 7.1x6.9x5.1 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 60mm
  • $75.00
  • Meikle Mine
  • Elko County
    Nevada, USA
  • Here is a calcite location we don't see very often! A group of sharp, scalenohedral calcite crystals, tinted dark by, probably, sulphide inclusions. The Meikle Mine is an undergroundmine of the prolific Goldstrike gold mining complex.
FerberiteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #20091
  • Ferberite
  • 6.2x4.8x3.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $85.00
  • Panasqueira Mine
  • Beira Baixa
    Portugal
  • Lovely, sharp, lustrous, crystal of this Iron tungstate mineral from the famous Portuguese locality. The mine was closed for many years but re-opened and has produced some excellent new crystallized specimens of its ore minerals.
Pyrite, QuartzPeru -Quiruvilca Mine
  • Item #20084
  • Pyrite, Quartz
  • 6.5x5.5x4.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: Py 16mm, Qu 25mm
  • $25.00
  • La Libertad Mine
  • Quiruvilca
    Lima, Peru
  • A sharp, looking classic, cluster of pyrite crystals and quartz crystals from the Quiruvilca Mine!
FluoriteFluorite, Various Localities
  • Item #20083
  • Fluorite
  • 9.5x4.0x3.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 15mm
  • $45.00
  • White Rock Quarry
  • Ottawa co.
    Ohio, USA
  • A nice, elongated mound of brownish fluorite crystals, associated with a few, bladed white celestine crystal sections. Highly fluorescent yellow on the edges and corners. Fluorescent inner, yellow phantoms. Rich-looking in any kind of light!
SmithsoniteSecondary Minerals, Various Locations, Page Two
  • Item #20081
  • Smithsonite
  • 6.0x5.2x4.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $75.00
  • Santa Amita Mine
  • Choix
    Sinaloa, Mexico
  • An attractive botryoidal mound of green-blue smithsonite crystals. on skeletal smithsonite matrix. Great-looking specimen.
Fluorite, CelestineTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #20080
  • Fluorite, Celestine
  • 6.6x5.2x4.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: fl 10mm, ce 25mm
  • $30.00
  • White Rock Quarry
  • Ottawa co.
    Ohio, USA
  • Sharp, golden crystals of fluorite associated with thin-bladed celestine crystals. A fair bit of damage on the piece but some very nice crystals, as well.
Quartz, Calcite, ChloriteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Three
  • Item #20078
  • Quartz, Calcite, Chlorite
  • 11x7.9x4.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 79mm
  • $85.00
  • Djurkuvo Mine
  • Laki
    Bulgaria
  • A very interesting specimen showing a row of semi-parallel quartz crystals in an almost faden-type of aggregate. The quartz crystals are dusted with hemispherical blebs of chlorite crystals and calcite on one side and totally bare on the other! Looks great!
Smithsonite, CalciteSecondary Minerals, Various Locations, Page Two
  • Item #20077
  • Smithsonite, Calcite
  • 8.8x6.1x2.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $75.00
  • Choix
  • Sinaloa
    Mexico
  • A lovely plate of botryoidal, pinkish smithsonite with relict calcite blebs on it. Nice luster! Looks great!
Quartz, Baryte, Silver, StephaniteSilver Minerals, Various Localities
  • Item #20076
  • Quartz, Baryte, Silver, Stephanite
  • 7.1x5.0x4.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 9mm
  • $225.00
  • White Raven Mine
  • Ward
    Colorado, USA
  • This is an interesting one! It consists of barite crystals covering the top of it and all of the barite crystals are encrusted with quartz and a beiger/brown carbonate, probably siderite. On one side of the specimen there are many fairly sharp cube-octahedral of galena. On the bottom of the piece is a vug that has siderite, stephanite and small clusters of silver wires. There is an antique label affixed to the specimen that says the "barite" crystals are pseudos of quartz after baryte. I see none that are actually pseudomorphs. Great old time specimen! The label also has the specimen as from the collection of J.C. Cooper, Topeka, Kansas. Great old-time specimen!
FluoriteFluorite, Various Localities
  • Item #20075
  • Fluorite
  • 7.3 x 5.8 x 3.9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 14mm
  • $110.00
  • Shangbao Mine
  • Hunan
    China
  • An attractive, well proportioned cluster of purple fluorite cubes associated with a little bit of white calcite. The crystals have a very light outer rim with lovely purple phantoms within. It is a little but less purple than shows in the picture. Sits perfectly for display.
Brookite, QuartzBrookite, Magnet Cove, Hot Spring County, Arkansas, USA
  • Item #20069
  • Brookite, Quartz
  • 8.3x5.3x4.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 4mm
  • $75.00
  • Moses Hill, Magnet Cove
  • Hot Springs, Co.
    Arkansas, USA
  • Loads of sparkling, black brookite crystals are scattered around quartz crystals and embedded in an iron-tinted kaolinite-like mineral. Looks great!
Brookite, QuartzBrookite, Magnet Cove, Hot Spring County, Arkansas, USA
  • Item #20068
  • Brookite, Quartz
  • 7.4x7.0x4.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 5mm
  • $110.00
  • Moses Hill, Magnet Cove
  • Hot Springs, Co.
    Arkansas, USA
  • Many,many, sparkling, black brookite crystals are scattered on quartz crystals and embedded in a kaolinite-like mineral, heavily tinted with iron oxide. Displays perfectly!
Brookite, QuartzBrookite, Magnet Cove, Hot Spring County, Arkansas, USA
  • Item #20067
  • Brookite, Quartz
  • 4.5x3.1x3.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 2mm
  • $45.00
  • Moses Hill, Magnet Cove
  • Hot Springs, Co.
    Arkansas, USA
  • Loads of sharp, brookite crystals in between quartz crystals on the quartz crystals and in a kaolin-like mineral, partly tinted with iron oxide. Nice crystals!
Brookite, QuartzBrookite, Magnet Cove, Hot Spring County, Arkansas, USA
  • Item #20066
  • Brookite, Quartz
  • 6.4x5.4x4.1 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 2mm
  • $55.00
  • Moses Hill, Magnet Cove
  • Hot Springs, Co.
    Arkansas, USA
  • Lots of sparkling, black, brookite crystals are speckled on this quartz crystal cluster.
Brookite, QuartzBrookite, Magnet Cove, Hot Spring County, Arkansas, USA
  • Item #20065
  • Brookite, Quartz
  • 4.2x4.0x3.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 3mm
  • $50.00
  • Moses Hill, Magnet Cove
  • Hot Springs, Co.
    Arkansas, USA
  • Many, many lustrous, black brookite crystals in this vug in quartz crystal matrix.
Brookite, QuartzBrookite, Magnet Cove, Hot Spring County, Arkansas, USA
  • Item #20063
  • Brookite, Quartz
  • 3.4x3.4x2.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 8mm
  • $35.00
  • Moses Hill, Magnet Cove
  • Hot Springs, Co.
    Arkansas, USA
  • A couple of large, black brookite crystals at the base of greyish quartz crystals. The larger crystal is contacted on the outside edge but the other crystal is perfect. Nice example!
Brookite, QuartzBrookite, Magnet Cove, Hot Spring County, Arkansas, USA
  • Item #20062
  • Brookite, Quartz
  • 2.4x1.2x1.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 2mm
  • $30.00
  • Moses Hill, Magnet Cove
  • Hot Springs, Co.
    Arkansas, USA
  • A single quartz crystal that has sharp, lustrous, bi-pyramidal brookite crystals scattered on it.
Brookite, QuartzBrookite, Magnet Cove, Hot Spring County, Arkansas, USA
  • Item #20061
  • Brookite, Quartz
  • 3.8x2.5x2.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 2mm
  • $40.00
  • Moses Hill, Magnet Cove
  • Hot Springs, Co.
    Arkansas, USA
  • Lots of sharp, lustrous brookite crystals on grey quartz crystals on this specimen. Lots to look at!
Brookite, QuartzBrookite, Magnet Cove, Hot Spring County, Arkansas, USA
  • Item #20059
  • Brookite, Quartz
  • 5.3x4.4x2.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 4mm
  • $35.00
  • Moses Hill, Magnet Cove
  • Magnet Cove
    Arkansas, USA
  • A single, sharp, 4mm brookite crystal and many smaller crystals pepper the surface of this specimen.
Brookite, QuartzBrookite, Magnet Cove, Hot Spring County, Arkansas, USA
  • Item #20058
  • Brookite, Quartz
  • 5.1x4.5x5.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 4mm
  • $65.00
  • Moses Hill, Magnet Cove
  • Hot Springs, Co.
    Arkansas, USA
  • A couple of thick, grey quartz crystals have many pitch-black, lustrous, sharp brookite crystals on and between them.
Silver, Arsenides Cobalt/Gowganda Area -Old Pieces, Page Two
  • Item #20049
  • Silver, Arsenides
  • 15.7x6.1x0.85 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $200.00
  • Beaver Mine, 1600 foot level
  • Cobalt
    Ontario, Canada
  • A slice from a piece of a high grade vein from 1928. No oxidation or weathering because this piece was fresh from the operating mine way back then, not a modern day waste dump find. (Not that there is anything wrong with THEM, just sayin') Probably about 80% native silver by volume with the rest, mostly calcite with a relatively small amount of arsenide mineralization. The arsenide and carbonate mineralization appear to be brecciated in the silver and cemented by massive native silver and silver veinlets. Amazing high grade!
Silver, Arsenides Cobalt/Gowganda Area -Old Pieces, Page Two
  • Item #20046
  • Silver, Arsenides
  • 17.0x7.3x0.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $275.00
  • Beaver Mine, 1600 foot level
  • Cobalt
    Ontario, Canada
  • A slice from a piece of a high grade vein from 1928. No oxidation or weathering because this piece was fresh from the operating mine way back then, not a modern day waste dump find. (Not that there is anything wrong with THEM, just sayin') Probably about 70% native silver by volume with the rest, mostly calcite with a relatively small amount of arsenide mineralization. The arsenide and carbonate mineralization appear to be brecciated in the silver. Not cut quite straight;4mm thick at one end, 7.5mm thick at the other. Amazing high grade!
Silver, Arsenides Cobalt/Gowganda Area -Old Pieces, Page Two
  • Item #20045
  • Silver, Arsenides
  • 15.0x7.6x0.65 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $175.00
  • Beaver Mine, 1600 foot level
  • Cobalt
    Ontario, Canada
  • A slice from a piece of a high grade vein from 1928. No oxidation or weathering because this piece was fresh from the operating mine way back then, not a modern day waste dump find. (Not that there is anything wrong with THEM, just sayin') Probably about 80% native silver by volume with the rest, mostly calcite with a relatively small amount of arsenide mineralization. The arsenide and carbonate mineralization appear to be brecciated in the silver. Amazing high grade!
Silver, Arsenides Cobalt/Gowganda Area -Old Pieces, Page Two
  • Item #20042
  • Silver, Arsenides
  • 17.1x6.2x0.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $250.00
  • Beaver Mine, 1600 foot level
  • Cobalt
    Ontario, Canada
  • A slice from a piece of a high grade vein from 1928. No oxidation or weathering because this piece was fresh from the operating mine way back then, not a modern day waste dump find. (Not that there is anything wrong with THEM, just sayin') Probably about 70% native silver by volume with the rest, mostly calcite with a relatively small amount of arsenide mineralization. The arsenide and carbonate mineralization appear to be brecciated in the silver. Amazing high grade!
FluoriteFluorite, Various Localities
  • Item #20028
  • Fluorite
  • 8.6x7.5x5.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 21mm
  • $150.00
  • Marienshacht Mine
  • Wolsendorf, Saxony
    Germany
  • This specimen is a thick plate of extremely deep yellow-orange fluorite crystals showing only cubic faces. There are a number of small dings but, still, the colour and sharp crystals display naturally very well.
FluoriteFluorite, Various Localities
  • Item #20027
  • Fluorite
  • 6.7x5.1x2.9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $85.00
  • Nancy Hanks Mine
  • Unaweep, Mesa Co.
    Colorado, USA
  • This specimen is largely composed of botryoidal fluorite with a very nice green colour associated with a smaller amount of purple fluorite. An accompanying Cal-Neva label indicates that the fluorite is associated with amethyst but there is no purple quartz on the specimen, just a little purple fluorite on some massive white quartz. Nice Colorado location!
Fluorite, Baryte, CalciteFluorite, Various Localities
  • Item #20026
  • Fluorite, Baryte, Calcite
  • 5.1x4.6x2.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: f-11mm, b-12mm, c-1mm
  • $85.00
  • Canteras de Yanci
  • Yanci, Navarra
    Spain
  • A pretty, gemmy plate of purple fluorite, associated with crested, pure-white barite. As well, the barite is largely covered with tiny white calcite crystals which are also scattered about on the fluorites. Nice zoning in the fluorite crystals, as well! An unusual location.
Hubnerite, QuartzPeru, Various Minerals and Localities
  • Item #20024
  • Hubnerite, Quartz
  • 9.6x6.0x5.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 97mm
  • $345.00
  • Concuzo
  • Pasto Bueno, Ancash
    Peru
  • A really nice, elongated, lustrous hubnerite crystal nicely encrusted with white quartz crystals. The hubnerite crystal is dark brown but with deep red internal reflections sparking here and there. The hubnerite crystal is singly terminated and divergent so it has three separate terminations at the terminated end. A little damage to the terminations but sides of the crystal are pristeen. The hubnerite crystal is propped up by quartz crystals and in fact, the hubnerite crystal makes a great matrix for a wonderful quartz cluster!
Skutterudite, NickelineSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous, Page Four
  • Item #20023
  • Skutterudite, Nickeline
  • 7.5x7.4x5.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 5mm
  • $125.00
  • Mina de Cala
  • Huelva
    Spain
  • This specimen is mostly composed of grey-metallic skutterudite, along with some nickeline in the bottom. There is also some carbonate which has been partly removed to reveal, sharp cube-octahedral of skutterudite. Where the aggregates are broken at the sides of the specimen, it appears that the skutterudite formed on nickeline. Of course, with these minerals, the specimen is dense! Very interesting specimen from an unusual location!
QuartzQuartz -Various Locations
  • Item #20021
  • Quartz
  • 8.7x4.7x4.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $140.00
  • Minera Emilio, Coquera Norte, Zona Norte
  • El Fito, Lorone, Asturias, Espana
    Spain
  • A very interesting, colourless, clear, doubly terminated quartz crystal from one of the famous fluorite deposits of Asturias. The crystal is deeply hoppered on all faces in a similar way to some crystals from Herkimer, NY or Greely, Ontario. On the base are many tiny crystals of calcite, pyrite fluorite and barite where it was attached to matrix. Some of the hoppers have pyrite crystals or fluid, entrapped. We don't often see this mineral from the fluorite deposits of Spain! Interesting and beautiful!
Quartz, var. Amethyst, ps calciteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities
  • Item #20020
  • Quartz, var. Amethyst, ps calcite
  • 10.1x5.3x4.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 5mm
  • $225.00
  • Santa Ana Mine
  • Artigas
    Uruguay
  • A beautiful specimen showing two quartz-amethyst casts after calcite crystals on chalcedony. The amethyst has that beautiful purple colouration that we often see from Uruguayan amethyst. I have provided a view from the back that shows that some of the calcite has been dissolved away but some relict calcite remains. Displays beautifully. A couple of small dings. Add some colour to your cabinet!!
CalciteCalcite   Various Localities
  • Item #20019
  • Calcite
  • 5.2x4.6x3.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $65.00
  • Paul Frank Quarry
  • N. Vernon, Jennings Co.
    Indiana, USA
  • An attractive, stepped crystal of calcite that has a number of forms present in a very stepped habit. Faces are highly lustrous and the crystal has a golden-honey colouration. Nice!
Calcite, FluoriteFluorite, Various Localities
  • Item #20018
  • Calcite, Fluorite
  • 8,9x5.4x4.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: c-54, fl-8.5mm
  • $120.00
  • Villabona
  • Asturias
    Spain
  • Thesefluorite crystals have very nice stepped calcite crystals for a matrix! The calcite crystals are actually scalenohedra overgrown by stepped rhombohedra which are lustrous, as well as transluscent and colourless. There are a number of clusters of fluorite crystals on the calcite, composed of simple yellow cubes. As far as a can tell this is a 'floater" with no or a very small point of attachment. Very nice!
FluoriteFluorite, Various Localities
  • Item #20017
  • Fluorite
  • 7.2x9.0x5.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 25mm
  • $425.00
  • Samuel Spat, Grube Beihilfe
  • Freiberg-Halsbrucke, Saxony
    Germany
  • A beautiful cluster of cubic fluorite crystals showing a yellow phantom interior and a light greenish exterior zone. The crystals have very nice luster, razor sharp edges and very little damage. The specimen is accompanied by a "Mineralogiches Museum" label and a Herb Obodda Label. From what I can tell from the label, the specimen was collected on the 400m level of the mine in 1966. Looks great!