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Enargite with Quartz
$4,500
 Quiruvilca Mine, La Libertad Department
Enargite, a copper-arsenic sulphosalt, forms magnificent specimens at the Quiruvilca mine in Santiago de Chuco
Sylvanite
$1,200
 Cripple Creek, USA
The mere mention of Cripple Creek instantly conjures images of gold, the Wild West, gun-fights and old mining
Fluorite
$1,000
 Marienschacht Mine, Germany
This fine specimen of dark blackberry-purple Fluorite is from the Marienschacht mine in the Wölsendorf
Topaz with Quartz
$1,500
 Schneckenstein Cliff, Germany
Schneckenstein Cliff is a famous German Topaz locality on the north-west slope of Kielberg mountain in
Cuprite with Native Copper
$1,500
 Wheal Gorland, England
This fine small cabinet specimen of Cuprite and Native Copper crystals is from the world-famous Wheal Gorland
Witherite with Fluorite
$1,200
 Ozark-Mahoning Mine, Illinois
The Ozark-Mahoning mine at Cave-in-Rock, Illinois, USA is known for its fine Fluorite specimens.  Only
Corundum var. Ruby
$3,500
 Sivec marble quarries, North Macedonia
The ancient Sivec marble quarries on Sivec Mountain in North Macedonia are believed to have begun operations
Azurite with Malachite
$1,200
 Chessy-les-Mines, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
Even if you do not collect French minerals, a specimen of Azurite from Chessy-les-Mines in the
Chalcocite
$1,500
 Levant Mine, England
The old engine houses of the historic Levant mine still stand proudly, high on the spectacular rugged cliffs
Epidote with Quartz
$2,500
 Green Monster Mountain, USA
Think Green Monster Mountain, think Epidote!  This classic locality on Prince of Wales Island in Alaska,
Smithsonite
$1,500
 Lavrion District Mines, Greece
Aesthetic botryoidal crystals of Smithsonite forming intergrown mamillated druses are a trademark species and
Bournonite with Quartz
$1,250
 Herodsfoot Mine, England
Bournonite with Quartz from Herodsfoot mine at Lanreath in Cornwall is a true British classic and this
Fluorapophyllite-(K)
$3,000
 St. Andreasberg, Germany
Well formed crystals of Fluorapophyllite were scarce even when mining was at its peak in the silver mining
Olivenite with Azurite
$2,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
A remarkably good small miniature of crystallised Olivenite with minor Azurite and likely Gartrellite from the
Azurite
$1,200
 Chessy-les-Mines, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
A large thumbnail of deep inky Royal blue azurite forming a compact block of intergrown rhombohedral-shaped
Krennerite
$1,500
 Cripple Creek, USA
Krennerite is a rare gold-silver telluride which forms acicular and cylindrical crystals of pale metallic
Moschellandsbergite with Calomel
$1,250
 Landsberg (Moschellandsberg), Rhineland-Palatinate
Landsberg, formerly known as Moschellandsberg, lies within the Rhineland-Palatinate state of Germany and is a
Manganite
$2,500
 Ilfeld, Germany
Manganite from its type locality at Ilfeld in Thuringia, Germany, is a world-classic and makes an essential
Maucherite
$7,000
 Eisleben, Saxony-Anhalt
Maucherite is an extremely rare silver-nickel arsenide and this magnificent, crystallised miniature is from
Mellite
$1,200
 Tatabánya, Hungary
Mellite is one of the rare organic minerals which occur in nature, containing benzine salts and the elements
Quartz (Japan Law Twin)
$1,500
 Washington Camp-Duquesne District, Arizona
The Washington Camp-Duquesne District defines a roughly 5 x 5 km mining area on the southern Arizona border
Pyrosmalite-(Fe)
$500
 Haborshytte ore field, Sweden
Pyrosmalite-(Fe) is an extremely rare complex iron silicate which forms buff to golden-honey hexagonal
Anglesite
$400
 Leadhills-Wanlockhead orefield, UK
Minerals from the world-famous Leadhills-Wanlockhead orefield in southern Scotland are becoming ever harder to
Pyrite
$500
 Bayerland Mine, Bavaria
This attractive cluster of complexly developed Pyrite crystals is from the Bayerland mine in Bavaria, Germany,
Scheelite with Quartz
$400
 Gelbe Birke Mine, Germany
From the Gelbe Birke mine in Saxony, Germany, four octahedral Scheelite crystals nestle among a bed of tiny
Microcline var. Hyalophane
$400
 Zagradski Potok Mine, Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina
Hyalophane is the glassy transparent variety of Microcline Feldspar and this beautiful example is from the
Cerussite with Malachite
$450
 Friedrichssegen Mine, Germany
The Friedrichssegen mine in the German municipality of Frücht worked a Zn-Pb-Cu-Ag deposit, mainly for lead,
Plagionite
$300
 Wolfsberg, Saxony-Anhalt
The mineral Plagionite is an extremely rare lead-antimony sulphosalt and although no specific mine name is
Pucherite
$500
 Pucher Shaft, Germany
For the dedicated systematic collector or anyone with an interest in rare and exotic species, Pucherite is a
Galena (Spinel Law Twin)
$950
 Lüderich Mine, Germany
The Lüderich mine near Altenbrück in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, was probably worked for lead and zinc as
Dufrénite
$750
 Phoenix United Mine, Cornwall
The Phoenix United mine at Minions, close to Liskeard in Cornwall, England, is a favourite amongst collectors
Rhodochrosite
$800
 Wolf Mine, Germany
This beautiful specimen provides a rare opportunity to acquire one of Germany’s most iconic mineral species,
Pyromorphite
$500
 Rosenberg Mine, Germany
This large mine, about 0.5 km north of Braubach, in Bad Ems, Germany, produced several attractive mineral
Magnetite with Fluorapatite and Tremolite
$800
 Malmberget, Sweden
A delightful combination of well crystallised black lustrous Magnetite and buff to gooseberry-green
Malachite on Cuprite on Azurite
$450
 Chessy-les-Mines, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes
Malachite coating octagonal Cuprite crystals from Chessy-les-Mines at Villefranche in France is one of the
Cassiterite
$450
 Ehrenfriedersdorf, Germany
Ehrenfriedersdorf is a town in the district of Erzgebirge in Saxony, Germany and the district surrounding it
Phosgenite in Galena
$350
 Monteponi Mine, Sardinia
A gorgeous tight cluster of transparent gemmy Phosgenite crystals fill a 2.5 x 1.5 cm vug in a matrix of
Köttigite with Gypsum
$500
 Mapimí, Durango
Köttigite is a rare, hydrated zinc arsenate and occurs on this fine miniature as long tabular prismatic
Pyrargyrite
$650
 Schlema-Hartenstein District, Germany
The Schlema-Hartenstein District in Saxony, Germany, is a silver and uranium mining region.  This fine
Acanthite with Nickeline
$1,000
 Medenec (Kupferberg), Bohemia
This excellent and rare specimen of crystallised Acanthite with Nickeline is from Měděnec in the Ústí nad
Pyrargyrite
$750
 Shaft 366, Saxony
Shaft 366 serviced a section of the Alberoda uranium mining district in Saxony, Germany, although uranium
Calcite
$800
 Dal'negorsk, Far-Eastern Region
Calcite is ubiquitous throughout the various mineralised deposits within the Dal'negorsk district, within
Fluorite
$700
 Wölsendorf Fluorite Mining District, Bavaria
This pleasing small miniature Fluorite is from the Wölsendorf Fluorite Mining District in Upper Palatinate,
Acanthite
$650
 Medenec (Kupferberg), Bohemia
A rare specimen of crystallised Acanthite from Měděnec in the Ústí nad Labem Region of the Czech
Cassiterite
$500
 Cínovec/Zinnwald, Saxony & Ústí Region (Bohemia)
A gorgeous thumbnail of domed lustrous black Cassiterite crystals from the famous tin deposit which spans the
Cassiterite
$2,000
 Krásno, Bohemia
A magnificent group of jet-black Cassiterite crystals up to around 3 cm long and forming stellate repeated
Diaphorite
$3,500
  Pribram, Czech Republic
A well developed intergrown cluster of the rare silver-lead-antimony sulphosalt Diaphorite, measuring to 5 mm
Ferberite
$600
 Cínovec/Zinnwald, Saxony & Ústí Region (Bohemia)
This rather lovely ex-matrix crystal of Ferberite is from the tin deposit at Cínovec/Zinnwald near to