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Herderite with Albite, Quartz (ex Nelson Coll.)

ID: 3439
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A beautiful, doubly terminated lime green herderite crystal measuring 1.4 cm with good luster and some geminess, sits on a matrix of the cleavlandite variety of albite. The rear of the specimen displays 3 gemmy quartz crystals, all also doubly terminated. No damage to any of the three species, and the herderite is a little gem.


Price: $1500.00
Location: Shigar valley, Northeast of Skardu, Northern Areas, Pakistan
Dimensions: 8 x 6 x 4cm
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Hureaulite

ID: 6355
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A group of exquisite pink-orange, lustrous crystals of hureaulite in a 360 degree spherical rosette formation. Ex M. Zinn coll., who acquired it in a trade with Larry Conklin in 1989.


Price: $500.00
Location: Joao Claim, Conselherio Pena, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Dimensions: 3.6 x 2.8 x 2.7cm
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Ilvaite with Hedenbergite, Arsenopyrite

ID: 5578
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A radiating fan of black ilvaite crystals are coated with dark green gray hedenbergite is associated with silvery arsenopyrite crystals.


Price: $750.00
Location: Huannggangliang Mine, Kechiketeng Co., Chifeng Prefecture, Inner Mongolia, China
Dimensions: 9 x 6 x 5cm
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Leifite and Aegerine on Rhodochrosite

ID: 6291
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Prismatic pastel crystals of leifite with jet black aegerine laths are sprinkled on medium pink sharp rhombohedrons of rhodochrosite. Largest rhomb is 3 cm!


Price: $750.00
Location: Mt. St. Hilaire, Quebec, Canada
Dimensions: 4.2 x 3.6 x 3cm
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Lepidolite

ID: 3412
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Hexagonal crystals of light purple lepidolite occurring as intergrown groups or “books” coated by a pastel feldspar. Excellent example of this mica.


Price: $50.00
Location: Virgem de Lapa, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Dimensions: 6 x 5.5 x 4.5cm
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Lueshite (ex Martin Zinn Coll.)

ID: 5981
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A simple cube of metallic grey black lueshite, with fairly sharp corners and decent luster. This is a rare sodium niobium oxide and comes from the type locality. It is also fairly large and sharp for the species.


Price: $320.00
Location: Lueshe Mine, Kive, Congo
Dimensions: .8 x .7 x .7cm
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Malachite

ID: 5741
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Tiny crystals of deep green malachite forming botryoidal, organically looking specimens with a very aesthetic and sculptural look with white matrix attached. A new find from this mine and possibly the best non pseudomorphous malachites that have come out of Mexico.


Price: $300.00
Location: Milpillas Mine, Mundo de Santa Cruz, Sonora, Mexico
Dimensions: 13 x 8 x 3cm
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Malachite (ex Otto Pfordte Coll.)

ID: 6405
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Deep green botryoidal formations of malachite showing radiating patterns on the edges. Great Bisbee old timer.


Price: $1000.00
Location: Copper Queen Mine, Bisbee, Cochise County, Arizona
Dimensions: 8 x 7 x 4cm
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Malachite “non pseudomorphous” (ex S. Koster Coll.)

ID: 6422
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A magnificent example of non pseudomorphous, curved crystals of malachite with a bright green color and great crystal size. On one end you can find micro cuprite crystals. Acquired from Gilbert Gauthier when the country was known as Zaire.


Price: $500.00
Location: Mashamba West Mine, Kolwzi, Katanga, D.R. Congo
Dimensions: 7.2 x 5 x 3.6cm
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Malachite (Ex Greenamyer Coll.)

ID: 6432
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A specimen of acicular and blocky crystals of malachite on matrix. This a very rare and excellent example from this obscure California locale and, based on the literature. Found earlier than 1977, probably in the late 50’s. California collectors should love this one.

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Price: $100.00
Location: Copper World Mine, Clark Mtn. District, San Bernadino Co., California
Dimensions: 8 x 4.5 x 4.2cm
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