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1558 specimens found
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Fluorite on Beryl (Aquamarine)
stock #18-AX-10-745
Gilgit, Gilgit district
Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan
7.3 x 5.2 x 4.6 CM (cabinet)
price: $600


A choice combination specimen with light pink octahedral Fluorite on gemmy clear Aquamarine. The largest Beryl is 2.5 CM tall and well exposed on the matrix of Muscovite and Albite. This is a typical Northern Pakistan assemblage. The condition is quite fine, good magnification finds some tiny rough spots on a few Beryl edges but this is perfect by naked eye. Ex. William Hladysz collection. Separately both the Beryl and the Fluorite are fairly good but not extraordinary, however in a combination like this they are much more impressive.
Cuprite on Copper Crystals- modern classic
stock #18.1-188
Ray Mine, Ray District, Dripping Springs Mountain, Pinal county
Arizona, United States
4.9 x 3.5 x 1.3 CM (miniature)
price: $440


A super cool and very colorful native Copper. Delicate trees of Copper crystals in flattened Spinel twins form with bright red Cuprite crystals at the tips. These dendritic form Coppers formed in very narrow cracks and crevices at the Ray mine. The Cuprite formed epitaxially and is seen as both coatings and tiny brilliant red Crystals mostly on the ends of the branches. A killer miniature of the association and in fine undamaged condition as well. Ex Hitchings collection, this was collected more than 30 years ago. display well from any angle and is far more impressive in person.
Kammererite- Brilliant red-purple crystals
stock #18-AX-30-033
Kop Krom Mine, Kop Daglari
Erzurum Province, Turkey
7.8 x 3.8 x 2.4 CM (cabinet)
price: $1100


A killer in person, top quality chromian Clinoclore (Kammererite) in a quality that is simply not available anymore. Outstanding, unusually brilliant, rich deep purple Kammererite in large well formed crystals. These are transparent gem grade, sharp and in perfect condition. It seems there will not be anymore Kammererite from Turkey, even average pieces are now hard to get classics. Widely regarded as the very best ever found, the Kammererites of Kop Krom stand out worldwide. Most specimens were druses of very small crystals, pretty but not exceptional. However, this specimen has many big 7-8 mm plus sized prisms on a bright druse. Eyecatching display piece that is one of the best in this size.
Proustite-classic ruby Silver
stock #18.1-322
Shaft 207, Niederschelm, Schelma, Schlema-Hartenstein District, Erzgebir
Saxony, Germany
1.6 x .7 x .6 CM (thumbnail)
price: $300


A complex single crystal of bright red Proustite and just a tiny speck of adhering matrix. Classic Ruby-Silver, from the German Erzgebirge, this has very good luster and the red color shows no sign of fading. Close exam with magnification finds some chipping but most of the crystal faces show good form with glassy striations. Much better in person, this is a choice thumbnail at a very reasonable cost for this highly desired Silver mineral.
Scapolite
stock #18.1-323
Pierrpont, St. Lawrence County
New York, United States
4.3 x 2.3 x 2.2 CM (miniature)
price: $170


A choice, sharp milky-white Scapolite from this classic NY area. Many of these have been tested as Meionite which is the more Calcium rich variety, but this has not been analyzed This was collected more than 30 years ago and is in fine condition all around, with complete termination and fluorescencent as well. This is the most sharply formed St Lawrence County Scapolite I have seen.
Shattuckite
stock #18-AX-14-244
Kaokoveld Plateau
Kunene Region, Namibia
6.8 x 5.1 x 3 CM (cabinet)
price: $350


An esthetic and pure mass of the Copper Silicate Hydroxide - Shattuckite. Very good color in a three dimensional specimen. This has a sculptural form holding an open vug much like a vase. The inner surfaces are all a delicate botryoidal blue velvet and the edges show the fibrous structure as well. From the limited finds made in 2013-5 in the Kaokoveld, These were a significant discovery at that time, and remain as some of the best specimens ever for the specie.
Calcite -light violet
stock #18.1-411
Hyatt Mine, Talcville, St. Lawrence County
New York, United States
3.4 x 2.1 x 1.7 CM (small miniature/ large thumbnail (toenail))
price: $60


A single scalenohedral Calcite crystal with a light Violet hue. Sharp with a slight milky zoning, this is in good condition as well. Calcites from this locale are not often available.
Barite with Calcite and Chalcopyrite
stock #18.1-324
Niobec Mine, St Honore
Quebec, Canada
5.1 x 3.5 x 1.7 CM (small cabinet/large miniature)
price: $160


A choice, sharp, partly transparent Barite without damage from the great pocket finds at Niobec. Nearly all of the Barites we see from this zone have at least some chipping, I am told they formed on the pocket roof and were mostly all dislodged, being damaged in the process. This small specimen has a perfect, sharp and complete termination, is dusted with tiny Chalcopyrites and has a few sharp Calcites as well. A fine example from this modern classic find.
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