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Topaz on Rhyolite (classic / historic)
stock #0450-JM-4011
Topaz Mountain, Thomas Range, Juab County
Utah, United States
3.3 x 3.2 x 2.3 CM (small miniature/ large thumbnail (toenail))
price: $260
Dec 2018

Collected by the famed Ed Over in 1932, later in the George White collection, then sold by Kristalle to John Marshall in 2003 (his card and labels are included). A cute, gemmy sherry colored crystal with nice contrast to the matrix. A small rough area is noted where there has been a contact but otherwise a fine small piece with an antique turned wooden stand included (not seen in the photos). A choice piece of US mineralogical history.
Variscite- pure gem nodule
stock #18-AX-9-074
Utahlite Hill, Lucin, Lucin Sistrict, Pilot Range, Box Elder County
Utah, United States
11.4 x 8.5 x 3.8 CM (cabinet)
price: $440


A big polished half nodule of very choice gem grade Variscite with top grade color. Some patterns showing faintly but overall a strong and even color. 328 grams nearly all gem grade with just a thin skin on the exterior, super rich. This is an old piece from the less well known Utahlite Hill that had a more pure Variscite than the better known Clay Canyon locale.
Brochantite on Malachite -historic
stock #1145-JM-3267
Frisco, San Francisco Mts. Beaver County
Utah, United States
5.4 x 4.4 x 3 CM (small cabinet/large miniature)
price: $175
Worldwide mix summer

A vug of well protected Brochantite crystals ex John Marshall collection that has an excellent provenance. John bought this from Johnathan Smith (NYC mineral dealer) in Feb 1994. Jonathan had obtained this from the Alan Green collection who had gotten this from the Schortmann brothers at their famed sale in NYC in 1950, at the Hotel Lexington. This is the period where the Schortmans were selling minerals collected by Ed Over and Arthur Montgomery. All the original labels for this are included. In good condition, a cute Utah Copper specimen with pedigree.
Red Beryl on Rhyolite
stock #18.1-237
Wah Wah Mts, Beaver County
Utah, United States
1.6 x 1.2 x .7 CM (thumbnail)
price: $590
Worldwide mix summer

A bright red thumbnail with rich color saturation and sharp form. The Beryl is translucent and in parts transparent. Doubly terminated (crudely on one end) the prism has a crack near the bottom that seems to be natural separation and the related chipping is not damage per se, the crystal is well anchored in this way to the matrix. Red Beryls (sometimes called red Emeralds) are still only found at this one locality and can be incredibly pricy. This a very good value for the specie.
Topaz- gemmy doubly terminated crystals
stock #18.1-235
Thomas Mountains
Utah, United States
2.8 x 1.7 x 1.4 CM (thumbnail)
price: $240
Worldwide mix summer

Gem clear sharp Cognac color Topaz crystals from the prolific Thomas Mountains. This piece is much more clear than most we see from the locale and has the desirable light sherry or cognac color (depending on your preferences). Formerly in the Les Hitchings collection. A fine thumbnail in excellent condition and choice form, a Utah classic.
Bixbyite on Topaz
stock #8-AE-788
Thomas Mountains
Utah, United States
2.6 x 2.2 x 1.7 CM (thumbnail)
price: $50
Spring update

Bixbyite crystals with some complex faces up to 1.4 CM across on contrasting Topaz crystals. The Topaz is heavily included as is typical and several of the Bixbyite faces have a dusting of micro Topaz which are very clear. A very nice representative thumbnail of this classic locale. Some chipping seen with magnification mostly on edges, some crudeness to crystals too but still lustrous and sizable.
Adamite, Azurite w. Conichalcite - vintage
stock #15.1-1083-SM-2005
Tintic District
Utah, United States
6.2 x 5.6 x 3 CM (cabinet)
price: $290
Spring 2017

A fine classic specimen from the Tintic District, ex Northwestern University Museum, Charles Noll, David Crawford etc. Bright Cuprian Adamite crystals sparkle against Azurite and Conichalcite on a gossan matrix with traces of Cuprite. Comes with several labels, is in fine condition, undamaged, and clearly a very old specimen. Almost never seen on the market today, from a significant US locality.
Cornwallite with Azurite - classic USA
stock #16.1-762
Tintic District
Utah, United States
3.8 x 3.7 x 2 CM (miniature)
price: $390
Spring 2017

A rich vug of nearly pure Cornwallite surrounded by Azurite. Outstanding form with fine and distinct sheaves and spherical masses. With several old labels dating to the late 19th century, (Erinite was the old group name for Cornwallite and Chalcophyllite). Dense coverage with no damage, an unusual and attractive USA specimen of this uncommon Copper mineral.
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