WW 1124 Cobaltoan Dolomite

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Cobaltoan Dolomite

$900.00

5.6 X 4.7 X 3.5cm
Agoudal Mine, Bou Azzer District, Tazenakht, Ouarzazate Province, Morocco

I was very fortunate to pick up a few of these Cobaltoan Dolomites in Denver. The color is stunning and the specimen is damage free.

WW 1126 Cobaltoan Dolomite

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Cobaltoan Dolomite

$850.00

6.1 X 4.5 X 2.6cm
Agoudal Mine, Bou Azzer District, Tazenakht, Ouarzazate Province, Morocco

I was very fortunate to pick up a few of these Cobaltoan Dolomites in Denver. The color is stunning and the specimen is damage free.

WW 1127 Calcite Twin

WW 1127 Calcite Twin

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Calcite Twin

$950.00

4.7 X 3.1 X 3.0cm
Egremont, Cumberland, England

Here is a classic English Calcite twin from an old collection. There is a bit of bruising, but it does not detract much. Nice rainbows from the internal fractures too!

WW 1128 Cobaltoan Dolomite

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Cobaltoan Dolomite

$800.00

6.3 X 3.7 X 2.8cm
Agoudal Mine, Bou Azzer District, Tazenakht, Ouarzazate Province, Morocco

I was very fortunate to pick up a few of these Cobaltoan Dolomites in Denver. The color is stunning and the specimen is damage free. .

WW 1133 Azurite

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Azurite

$500.00

10.4 X 8.5 X 3.6cm
Sir Domenic Mine, Flinders Range, S.A. Australia

An old and solid mass of Azurite, similar, but heftier than the "Azurite Suns" found in the last few years.

WW 1134 Hematite Ps. Magnetite

WW 1134 Hematite Ps. Magnetite

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Hematite Ps. Magnetite

$2400.00

7.1 X 5.8 X 3.0cm
Lagos de Neto, Sao Juliao, Ouro Preto, Minas Gerais, Brazil

This is a very unusual specimen, very different from any Hematite I've ever seen, probably because it used to be Magnetite! Also the location is unusual. It is from the Richard Gaines Collection by way of Kristalle.

WW 1135 Azurite

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Azurite

$200.00

5.0 X 4.0 X 2.4cm
Milpillas Mine, Sonora, Mexico

Bright, lustrous and a good value due to a bit of damage.

WW 1110 Topaz

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Topaz

$4000.00

10.5 X 7.4 X 4.8cm
Virgem de Lapa, Minas Gerais, Brazil

This is an amazing, naturally olored Blue Topaz from Brazil. Though I don't sell mineral specimens by weight, it is interesting to know that this crystal could yield a beast of a gemstone as it weighs over 2100 carats!

WW 1111 Rhodochrosite

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Rhodochrosite

$300.00

6.7 X 3.8 X 2.4cm
Uchucchacua Mine, Oyon Provine, Lima Department, Peru

Very aesthetic specimen with a full coverage of undamaged crystals

WW 1113 Cuprite

WW 1113 Cuprite

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Cuprite coated with Malachite

$2100.00

5.1 X 3.2 X 2.8cm
Onganja, Namibia

Though this would probably be worth more money as gem rough (Under the Malachite, these tend to be incredibly deep red, clean gem rough), It is too nice of a crystal to cut up in my opinion.

WW 1114 Scheelite

WW 1114 Scheelite close up

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Scheelite on Muscovite

$350.00

9.2 X 5.5 X 3.1cm
Pingwu Mine, Sichuan Province, China

This specimen has a number of well formed octahedral crystals up to 2.8cm across. Scheelite also fluoresces quite brightly under SW UV light.

WW 1116 Scapolite

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Scapolite

$200.00

2.7 X 2.2 X 1.1cm
Nangarhar Province, Afghanistan

First off, although there is some debate, I am fairly certain this color is achieved by irradiation. Still, it is a well formed crystal with very good color, but like an Afghani Kunzite, the color is best maintained by keeping it out of direct sunlight.

WW 1117 Hessonite

WW 1117 Hessonite

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Grossular, variety Hessonite

$600.00

5.5 X 4.9 X 2.0cm
Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec, Canada

Very well formed, gemmy crystals up to 1.6cm across from the world famous locality.

WW 1121 Cuprite on Copper

WW 1121 Cuprite close up

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Cuprite on Native Copper

$900.00

10.8 X 8.6 X 6.2cm
Chino Mine, Grant County, New Mexico

A difficult specimen to photograph, but a stunner in person. There are many well formed Cuprite crystals perched on the Native Copper.

WW 1096 - Polybasite

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Polybasite

$1200.00, Reduced to $800.00

2.3 X 1.8 X 1.6cm
San Juan de Rayas Mine, Guanajuato, Mexico

Very well formed, complex crystal group makes for quite an attractive thumbnail.

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