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1746 specimens listed
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Powellite (elongated crystal) with Quartz and Apophyllite
stock #13.1-137
Pandulena, Nashik District
Maharashtra, India
4 x 3.2 CM (miniature)
price: $360
Spring 2014

Sharp and very esthetic Powellite. The most sought after species from the Deccan Traps, the best Powellites all come from this general area in India, but good ones are still uncommon and often quite expensive. This is a super piece for the size and price. Neatly perched on a twisted arm of drusy quartz that also hosts a few bi-colored Apophyllites. The Powellite crystal is undamged with glassy luster and is very well formed. Distinct elongation on the C axis, the Powellite is 2 CM long.
Malachite Pseudo after Azurite
stock #13.1-102
Morenci Mine, Copper Mt. District, Shannon Mts., Greenlee County
Arizona, United States
4.1 x 3.6 CM (miniature)
price: $125
Spring 2013

An nice, affordable Pseudo from Morenci, The crystals reach 1.6 CM and show some of the original Azurite color but are mostly now replaced by the Malachite green. This is an older specimen collected over 50 years back yet in excellent condition with no visible damage.
Acanthite (chain growth of stacked octahedra)
stock #7FE- 171
Imiter Mine, Imiter District, DjebelSaghro, Ouarzazate Province
Souss- Massa- Draa Region, Morocco
7.4 x 2.7 CM (cabinet)
price: $400
Spring 2013

Some of the weirdest habit Silver minerals and especially Acanthites have come out of Morocco from time to time. This is a very nice example with a sizable chain of oriented stacked octahedrons that displays very well. Somewhat crude as are all of these but undamaged and a complete floater. This came out over a decade ago. The new restrictions have cut off most everything from these great silver mines.
SOLD Axinite- Classic locale
stock #SOLD Alec-10-696
La Rampe des Commeres, Bourg d'Oisans, Isere
Rhone-Alpes, France
2.4 x 2.1 CM (thumbnail)
price: $0
Spring 2013

A sweet thumbnail of gemmy Axinites perched on a contrasting matix composed of micro crystals of phrenite, diopside etc. From the classic locality of Bourg d'Oisans, this has a lot of flash for its small size. Very affordable for a good, clean example of this classic!
Grossular (fine green color)
stock #Alec 14B-132
Wah Wah Mts, Beaver County
Utah, United States
4.4 x 3.4 CM (miniature)
price: $485
Spring 2013

From an small, little known find several years ago from the locale better known for red beryl. This specimen hosts a nicely perched, big (2cm) crystal with great luster and an unusually deep green color. Excellent contrast with the matrix, this crystal has been reattached, like every other example Ive seen. This specimen has by far the best color of any I know and stands out well for the locality and the specie.
Celestite and Calcite
stock #A7-402-2208
Chittanango Falls, Fenner Township, Madison County
New York,
4.9 x 2,8 CM (miniature)
price: $200
Spring 2013

From the American classic locality of Chittenango Falls, this is a bright and perfect miniature specimen. Ex Larry White collection, The blue Celestites are especially gemmy and bright, the Calcites are sharp, undamaged with distinct twinning. Especially esthetic for this locality!
Silver (branching crystal habit)
stock # A7-054-641
White Pine Mine, Ontonagan County
Michigan, United States
3.8 x 3 CM (miniature)
price: $425
Spring 2013

A pure, fully crystallized mass of branching, leaf-like silver from the famous White Pine mine. Classic material ex Larry White Collection, in perfect condition, with great form and mottled patina. A fine Copper country piece!
Pyromorphite (fine hoppered crystals)
stock #Alec 14B-123
Daoping Lead-Zinc Mine, Yangshao
Guangxi Autonomous Region, China
4.6 x 4.6 CM (miniature)
price: $975
Spring 2013

Top color, luster and with great esthetic form, these Pyros are up to 2 CM free standing above the contrasting matrix. There are 2 generations here, the smaller, lighter green crystals have a unusual prismatic pyramidal termination that is very uncommon. The larger deeper "electric" green crystals exhibit the hoppered form and "veil" structures that are classic for this location. In perfect condition by naked eye, with 10x magnification some very tiny broken crystals can be found. Displays well from all sides, this is a the sort of quality that made Daoping Pyros world famous.
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