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Beryl Var. Bi-colored in a Biotite cast after Beryl. Ex H. Obodda Coll.

ID: 6200
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A bi-colored naturally etched beryl crystal (pastel blue and pink) sits inside a pastel greyish cast of biotite crystals. Herb’s label says aquamarine, but I believe the center of the crystal runs towards pink morganite. One of the most unique specimens I have ever encountered. * For some reason I could not get blue color correctly on photos, they appear greener than they are, instead of blue.


Price: $5500.00
Location: Baha, Braldu Valley, Balistan, Pakistan
Dimensions: 7.3 x 6.3 x 3.4cm
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Beryl Var. Emerald (ex Nelson Coll.)

ID: 3437
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A medium green, lustrous emerald crystals with a flat termination measuring 2.7 cm sits vertically on a very dark schist matrix alongside a 2.5 cm emerald crystal that’s lying horizontally on it’s left. A very rare beryl from Afghanistan, I have seen very few emeralds from this locality on the market.


Price: $750.00
Location: Gamitha, Laghman, Afghanistan
Dimensions: 6.5 x 4 x 3.5cm
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Beryl Var. Emerald with Pyrite (ex Nelson Coll.)

ID: 5294
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Medium green, transparent emerald crystals to 1 cm sitting in a calcite vug with small scattered groups of golden pyrite crystals.


Price: $450.00
Location: Muzo Mine, Boyaca, Colombia
Dimensions: 6.5 x 5.5 x 5cm
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Beryl Var. Goshenite

ID: 4823
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An old timer from the Chia mine. Transparent tabular crystals of goshenite to 2.8 cm intergrown at various angles. Textbook crystals in excellent condition


Price: $450.00
Location: Chia Mine, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Dimensions: 4 x 4 x 3.2cm
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Beryl Var. Goshenite with Apatite

ID: 6054
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A very gemmy, colorless goshenite crystals with great luster and a wonderful textbook termination is dotted on one side by a tan apatite crystal. Apatite FL. a weak orange under UV light.


Price: $150.00
Location: King Mine, Pala, San Diego County, California
Dimensions: 3 x 2.5 x 2cm
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Beryl Var. Goshenite with Schorl

ID: 6033
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Clear to white, textbook hexagonal prisms of goshenite intermixed with jet black crystals of schorl. Believe these came out around 2006.


Price: $450.00
Location: Erongo Mountains, Namibia
Dimensions: 6.4 x 3.5 x 3.2cm
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Beryl Var. Morganite with Elbaite (ex Nelson Coll.)

ID: 5100
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A light pink, hexagonal morganite prism with well defined faces and a small elbaite embedded on one of the faces. Choice crystal with beautiful symetry!


Price: $390.00
Location: Himalaya Mine, Mesa Grande, San Diego County, California
Dimensions: 3.4 x 3.3 x 2cm
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Beryl Var. Morganite with Muscovite (ex Nelson Coll.)

ID: 3393
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A light pink,euhedral and complete crystal of the morganite variety of beryl with highly lustrous , well defined faces and glassy transparency sits on a muscovite matrix with minor albite, cookeite and cassiterite. Exceptional miniature from this world reknown locality and a find for those that collect beryls and/or gem crystals!


Price: $1000.00
Location: Urucum Pegmatite, Galileia, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Dimensions: 5.5 x 4 x 2.5cm
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Beryl with Cassiterite on Muscovite

ID: 4432
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A 2 cm gemmy and lustrous aquamarine sits right next to a 1.5 cm twinned balck cassiterite, all on a matrix of light yellow blades of muscovite and minor albite. Very attractive large miniature.


Price: $280.00
Location: Xuebaoding Mtn., Pingwu, Chenzhou, Sichuan Prov., China
Dimensions: 6.6 x 5 x 5cm

Brazilianite on Quartz (ex Nelson Coll.)

ID: 3870
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A very gemmy, bright yellow brazilianite prism measuring 2 cm sits on a nicely contrasting greyish quartz crystal. Sharp!


Price: $380.00
Location: Divino do Larend, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Dimensions: 4.5 x 3.5 x 2.7cm
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