6.8 x 4.7 x 1.7 CM (cabinet)
An old specimen from the classic mines of Pribram, densely covered with Valentinite crystals. The Valentinites are of the elongated type with complex cross section. These crystals reach 1 CM and are both free standing and flat laying. There are several complete, undamaged crystals but there are also several with clearly visible damage. While this is not a piece or perfectionsts it is better than typical for this delicate mineral and is a lower cost, classic specimen. Ex Vrazel collection.
A well exposed Bournonite with complex twinning sits well exposed on a sulphide matrix with Dolomite crystals. Ex Charles Noll collection, this is a choice, old specimen from the classic locale of Pribram. The central crystal is 2.6 CM across., and has a few small Quartz crystals scattered on it. In unusually good condition as seen, the surface is also lustrous and has a fine patina.