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1447 specimens found
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Fluorite -Bicolored scepter
stock #16.1-642
Erongo mountain, Usakos and Omaruru districts
Erongo region, Namibia
4 x 3.1 x 2.7 CM (miniature)
price: $450
Pre Holiday 2017

The Erongos sometimes produce impressive and very unusual Fluorites often in just a small single pocket find. A few years ago a find of loose green scepters, mostly very etched thumbnails made news. This specimen is similar but from a more recent small find. Less etched, larger, bicolored and on matrix, this has great esthetics. Formed of two crystals grown close together the tips are perfectly terminated in deep purple color but the stalks and base are bright green. Few were found, this example is especially choice.
Smithsonite (Pink-Cobaltoan) with Cerussite
stock #16.1-614
Tsumeb
Otjikoto Region, United States
5.3 x 4.6 x 4.4 CM (cabinet)
price: $520
Pre Holiday 2017

Bright purplish-pink color dominates this small cabinet specimen with several spherical groups of Smithsonite crystals on a Sulphide matrix. In contrast there are several Cerussites some twinned and in fine condition as well. Most Tsumeb Cobaltoan Smithsonite is a rather pale pink color this is really deep strong color, electric and impressive.
Wulfenite (gem clear crystals) with Dolomite, Leiteite
stock #16.1-460-CN-5369
Tsumeb
Otjikoto Region, Namibia
7.3 x 4.9 c 3.1 CM (cabinet)
price: $880
Pre Holiday 2017

A super fine gemmy group of Wulfenite crystals with several habits on a complex, altered matrix. The specimen has many micro crystals that are not identified and a small zone of the rare Leiteite. Highly lustrous and quite esthetic with a deep cognac color. In excellent condition, ex Charles Noll collection.
Pyromorphite- Arsenian type
stock #17.1-546
Bunkerhill Mine, Kellogg, Coeur d'Alene District, Shosone County
Idaho, United States
7.2 x 3.2 x 2.5 CM (cabinet)
price: $880
Pre Holiday 2017

An excellent Pyromorphite in fine condition from the now classic Bunker Hill mine. Excellent color with both bright yellow and orange zones. Two generations of crystals are present most with wet look luster. Sharp hexagonal barrel type crystals to nearly 2 CM are the first generation, some are hoppered but most have flat terminations. The last generation of sparkling micro crystals on top adds a nice touch. Better in person this can be displayed from almost any angle.
SOLD Calcite (gem clear twin crystals)
stock #SOLD 15.1-517
Elmwood Mine, Carthage
Tennessee, United States
7.7 x 4.9 x 4 CM (cabinet)
price: $0
Pre Holiday 2017

The kind of killer sharp and clear Calcite that made the Elmwood mine famous. Excellent condition, top glasslike luster and a light cognac color make this an especially choice piece. The main Calcite prism is 5.6 CM tall and a sparkling gem perfectly standing so the clarity is striking. Now that the mine is closed probably forever, the finer Calcites like this are fast appreciating and much harder to find on the market.
Metastibnite, Klebelsbergite, Peretaite, Valentinite, Sulphur, etc
stock #17.1-284
Pereta Mine, Pereta, Scanbsano, Grosetto Province
Tuscany, Italy
7.5 x 5.5 x 4.5 CM (cabinet)
price: $160
Pre Holiday 2017

An old Italian specimen that is loaded with several well crystallized rarities. Included older labels have misidentified the Metastibnite as Kermesite which it does indeed look like. Aside from that, this hosts well developed crystals of Klebelsbergite in several forms, Peretaite, Sulphur, Stibnite, Valentinite and possibly Ottensite and Minyulite. A real treat under the microscope, but the largest metastibnite crystal is 2.8 CM and needs no magnification.
Apatite -CaF (Fluorapatite)
stock #8.1-458A
Cerro de Mercado, Victoria de Durango
Durango, Mexico
4.9 x 3.5 x 3.2 CM (miniature)
price: $150
Pre Holiday 2017

An older Apatite from Cerro de Mercado that presents a fine 3.5 CM gemmy crystal well exposed on matrix. This locale was a prolific source of these Apatites although most were much less clear than this and few on matrix. Rich yellow-green (asparagus) color. A choice piece in good condition that looks better in person. One old rehealed break is seen in the main crystal. A nice example.
Alamosite- rare xl rosette with Wulfenite and Mottramite
stock #16.1-440-CN3975
Mina Ojuela, Mapimi
Durango, Mexico
7.8 x 4.8 x 2.7 CM (cabinet)
price: $320
Pre Holiday 2017

A very rare specie from Mina Ojuela ex Charles Noll, Crawford and Seaman Museum. etc. A transparent white crystal spray sits nestled in a mossy green matrix of Mottramite and characteristic Ojuela blocky Wulfenite. Better known from Tsumeb where it is one of the rarities sought much sought after, however the type locale for this mineral is in Alamos, Mexico.
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