There are 26 newly listed available minerals.
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Yellow crystals of kidwellite with radiating beraunite and spherical dufrenite on a matrix of goethite. I also found what appears to be micro groups of purple strengite and very sharp black crystals of natrodufrenite. Acquired from Beau Gordon in 1993.NEW!
Location: Indian Mountain, Cherokee County, Alabama
Dimensions: 6 x 4.5 x 4cm
Locality: North America
Hexagonal tan crystals of magnesite on matrix. Six sided hexagons are fairly rare for the mineral, but very characteristic of of this locality. Acquired in 1967. This is a find for carbonate collectors.NEW!
Location: Kaswassergraben, Liezen District, Styria, Austria
Dimensions: 5.5 x 4 x 3cm
Columnar crystals of manganite in a radiating pattern, on massive manganite with some pyrolusite crystals. Acquired in 1967 which was the same year this open cut was abandoned.NEW!
Location: Fernie Open Cut, Giessen Region, Hesse, Germany
Dimensions: 5.5 x 5 x 4.2cm
Glassy pinkish red crystalline and crystals of pyrosmalite (Mn) with yellow spessartine. The darker mineral could be tephorite or fayalite which is found associated with the pyrosmalite. Originally from Hori Mineralogy.+NEW!
Location: Kyurasawa Mine, Ashio, Toshigi, Japan
Dimensions: 5 x 3.2 x 2.7cm
A single gem quartz crystal with a natural thin break that looks as if it was run through a meat slicer. It has healed naturally and now resembles the mouth of a shark. Quartz does do some strange things. Acquired by Mr. Kidewell in 1962 from Ocus Stanley.NEW!
Location: Mount Ida, Montgomery County
Dimensions: 12 x 5 x 5cm
Size: Cabinet & Larger
Stacked crystals of brownish to orange siderite crystals with some iridescence sit on a bit of matrix. Actually very pretty for the mineral. Personally collected by Kidwell in 1999.NEW!
Location: Alcoa Bauxite Mine, Saline County, Arkansas
Dimensions: 7.2 x 4.5 x 4cm
Size: Small Cabinet