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1219 specimens found
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Silver (arborescent, fine crystallized)
stock #A7-064-556
Kearsarge Lode, Houghton County
Michigan, United States
4.8 x 1.6 CM (miniature)
price: $900
Spring 2013

A very delicate and elegantly crystallized silver with exceptional for for the locality. From the Kearsarge lode this is not typical at all and is a remarkably well prepped and presented tree of fine spinel law crystals and feathery branches. ex Larry White collection, a fine old time piece!
Babingtonite, Prehnite and Quartz (classic locality)
stock #A7-268-378
Lane Quarry Westfield
Massachusetts, United States
6.8 x 4.4 CM (cabinet)
price: $300
Spring 2013

THIS IS NOT CHINESE! A very fine old Lane Quarry (Massachusetts) specimen that has great esthetic presence. The Lane Babingtonite were considered to be the best in the world until the newer Chinese finds were made. These have a distinctly different crystal habit that does not occur in China, and are far rarer! The Prehnite ball adds a nice balance and the luster overall is exceptional. Ex Larry White Collection, a very attractive piece!
Huelandite on botryoidal Quartz.
stock #9.1-253D
Jalgaon District
Maharashtra, India
9.8 x 7.2 CM (cabinet)
price: $550
Spring 2013

Ex. Doug Ervin collection, Ex Collector's Edge. The mineral market is flooded with average quality traprock specimens, so we avoid most Indian Zeolites unless they are especially good. This one is one of those few! Perfect, undamaged, sharp, well composed and a great example of the specie. Far better in person the esthetics are top notch.
Scorodite (with Beudantite?)
stock #Alec 10-595
Mina Ojuela, Mapimi
Durango, Mexico
4.7 x 3.6 CM (miniature)
price: $285
Spring 2013

A nice sized vug of rich gemmy blue Scorodites in a hard (not crumbly!) matrix. Micro brownish spheres are noted that are reputed to be Beudantites but look much like Carminites to me, either way, a nice addition. In excellent condition, with magnification it is possible to see through the very clear blue crystals to the brown matrix below! A Mexican classic, these are rare on the market and this is a good example.
Pink Fluorite with Clinozoisite, Rhombic Adularia, Clinochlore etc.
stock #Alec 10-723
Villadossola, Verbano-Cusio-Ossala Province
Piedmont, Italy
6.5 x 5 CM, Crystals to 6.5 mm. (cabinet)
price: $360
Spring 2013

A fine alpine cleft Pink Fluorite that is NOT Swiss or French but a much rarer Italian Piedmont piece! With magnification this is especially striking, the octahedrons are glassy, sharp and show complexities, they are set in a vug lined with spikey Clinozoisites and glassy rhomb form Adularia. All with a sprinkle of bright green Clinoclore (Amesite?). Very rare to see any of these for sale this is an especially nice older specimen of pre 1960 vintage. Ex Bill Hlaydsz collection.
Adamite (spherical aggregate)
stock #10.1-178
Mina Ojuela, Mapimi
Durango, Mexico
4.4 x 4.4 CM (miniature)
price: $950
Spring 2013

Mina Ojuela has produced loads of nice Adamites, (it is the world's best locality for the mineral) but really great ones are very uncommon and prized. This one is top quality. The most desirable form of Adamite is the Spherical radiating pinwheel of brilliant lemon-green color from Mina Ojuela. This is a impressive, fine specimen with a lustrous damage-free sphere. Great esthetics and color, this had been in the collection of Ernie Schlichter. A very good value for this quality!
Elbaite (fine intergrown crystals)
stock #A7-262-304
Golconda Pegmatite district, Governador Valadares, Doce Valley
Minas Gerais, Brazil
4.8 x 1.1 CM (miniature)
price: $1150
Spring 2013

A really clean, simple, elegant and eye catching miniature gem crystal! From the Larry White collection, this is a little more gemmy than the photos show. There is one repair on this that is not easily seen. Older material unlike anything found recently, this has bright luster and super esthetics.
Fluorite (Spinel twinned) on Tourmaline
stock #Alec 4 -218
Erongo mountain, Usakos and Omaruru districts
Erongo region, Namibia
6.3 x 4.2 CM (cabinet)
price: $1150
Spring 2013

A really fine, rare Erongo specimen with textbook spinel twin form and great esthetics! Better in person by far, this piece is nicely composed with a divergent group of Shorl Tourmaline that host and penetrate into the Fluorites. The Fluorites are spinel twinned and show delicate zoning. These are stacked like a shishkabob on the Shorl. It is easy to see the dark Tourmalines inside the Fluorite. Undamaged and displays great, an excellent piece for the Fluorite cabinet or in an Erongo suite.
1219 specimens found
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