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Cerussite with Linarite
$400
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A choice thumbnail of semi-transparent, colourless Cerussite crystals from Tsumeb mine, Oshikoto Region,
Diaboleite
$2,500
 Mammoth-St. Anthony Mine, USA
A superb and amazingly rich specimen of the lead-copper oxychloride, Diaboleite, forming jagged-curved bladed
Bayldonite ps. after Mimetite
$750
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Intense deep lime-green Bayldonite pseudomorphing after parallel 3.1 cm long rod-like crystals of Mimetite
Paralaurionite
$650
 Torr Works Quarry, England
The rare lead oxychloride Paralaurionite (lead oxychloride) was only very occasionally found within the
Galena
$450
 Madan Ore Field, Bulgaria
The Madan Ore Field in the Rhodope Mountains of Bulgaria has been worked since early Roman times and although
Cerussite with Linarite
$2,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
An unusual specimen of translucent, milk-white Cerussite forming a “snowflake”, a reticulated habit often
Hydrocerussite on Anglesite with Linarite
$750
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A small yet most striking specimen of well crystallised Anglesite, coated by a thin film of opaque
Gartrellite with Quartz
$400
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A great thumbnail of the rare Pb-Cu-Fe-Zn phosphate Gartrellite, forming tiny light pistachio-green botryoidal
Mimetite
$150
A single gemmy, double terminated acidic lemon-yellow Mimetite crystal sitting vertically on a very
Mendipite with Chloroxiphite, Symesite and Diaboleite
$500
 Torr Works Quarry, England
A potpourri of rare mineralogical delights from the famous Torr Works quarry (aka Merehead quarry) at Cranmore
Cylindrite
$450
 Santa Cruz Mine, Bolivia
Cylindrite is a tin-lead-antimony-iron sulphosalt, so named for its linear, cylindrical crystals.  This
Cerussite
$2,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A beautiful and aesthetic transparent Cerussite from Tsumeb mine in the Oshikoto Region of Namibia. 
Galena
$400
 Pfannenberger Einigkeit Mine, North Rhine-Westphalia
A group of bright metallic silver Galena (lead sulphide) crystals of the cuboctahedral habit, but tending more
Galena with Baryte
$500
 Freiberg, Germany
Bright silver cubic crystals of Galena (lead sulphide) from Freiberg in Saxony, Germany, with modified
Galena on Fluorite
$450
 Freiberg, Germany
A terrific bright silver Galena (lead sulphide) crystal measuring 1.5 x 1.3 x 0.8 cm set in a miniature bed of
Ludlockite
$1,200
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A 10 x 7 x 4 mm tangled mat of micro-acicular Ludlockite crystals nestle in a vug on top of a dark grey matrix
Bournonite
$1,000
 Viboras Mine, Potosí Department
A single, blocky, well formed crystal of the lead-copper antimoniate Bournonite from Viboras mine in Cornelio
Bournonite
$900
 Pribram, Czech Republic
From the classic mining district around Příbram in Bohemia, Czech Republic, a single upright standing curved
Paralaurionite with Diaboleite and Leadhillite
$5,000
 Collins vein, Arizona
A fantastic large miniature/small cabinet specimen of almost solid crystalline Paralaurionite and Diaboleite
Cerussite
$700
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A great reticulated Cerussite from the Tsumeb mine in the Oshikoto Region of Namibia.  The colourless
Mimetite var. Campylite
$450
 Dry Gill Mine, England
Glassy, burnt barley sugar-orange rounded crystals of Campylite, a variety of Mimetite (lead arsenate
Bournonite on Quartz
$850
 Cavnic Mine, Romania
A really excellent specimen of very well crystallised Bournonite (lead-copper antimoniate) from Cavnic mine in
Phosgenite
$950
A magnificent and complex Phosgenite (lead chlorocarbonate) from the famous Monteponi mine at Iglesias,
Linarite on Quartz
$2,500
 Red Gill Mine, England
Red Gill mine is well known for its fascinating suite of minerals, but is most famous for its excellent
Cerussite
$450
 Rosenberg Mine, Germany
A flat plate of black, micro-pisolitic Goethite, richly coated with glassy Cerussite (lead carbonate) blades
Phosgenite
$2,500
 Bage Mine, England
An old time specimen of beautifully crystallised Phosgenite (lead chlorocarbonate) from its type locality at
Green Anglesite on Goethite
$1,200
 MMM Mine, Australia
Green coloured Anglesite (lead sulphate) is a great rarity from the Broken Hill mines in New South Wales,
Cerussite
$150
 Brandybottle Mine, North Yorkshire
A choice miniature of beautifully crystallised, transparent to translucent, milky-white Cerussite crystals
Pyromorphite
$350
 Bwlch Glas Mine, Wales
A delightful Pyromorphite (lead chlorophosphate) from the famous vertical pipe structure within Bwlch Glas
Galena with Fluorite and Pyrite
$500
 Millclose Mine, England
Despite Millclose mine in South Darley, Derbyshire, England, once being a prolific producer, very few good
Pyromorphite
$300
 Wheal Alfred, England
Opaque, zingy apple-lime-green Pyromorphite crystals to 4 mm are richly scattered over a light sandy-buff
Calcite with Boulangerite inclusions, Quartz and Tetrahedrite
$2,000
 Herja Mine, Romania
A spectacular, 9.5 x 8 cm dome of interlocked cockscomb Calcite crystals, each averaging around 1.5 cm across,
Lillianite with Cosalite and Chalcopyrite
$2,000
 Baita mining district, Bihor County
A very fine specimen containing two rare lead-bismuth sulphosalts, Lillianite and Cosalite with brassy
Pyromorphite
$1,000
 Kangiara Copper Mine (Kangiara Mine), New South Wales
A pistachio-green mass of intergrown Pyromorphite (lead chlorophosphate) crystals from the Kangiara mine in
Descloizite
$1,500
 Berg Aukas, Namibia
Descloizite (basic lead-zinc vanadate) from Berg Aukas mine, close to Grootfontein in Namibia, comes in a
Vanadinite
$950
 Mibladen Mining District, Morocco
A showy, highly aesthetic cabinet specimen of large, highly lustrous, hexagonal Vanadinite (lead
Pyromorphite
$100
 Santa Eufemia, Andalusia
Pale straw-pistachio green hexagonal crystals of Pyromorphite (lead chlorophosphate) richly encrust a 3.5 x
Anglesite
$750
 Bage Mine, England
Lustrous glassy blades of semi-transparent Anglesite (lead sulphate), with a pale lemon-tan, hue cover an end
Chalcopyrite with Fluorite on Siderite
$750
 Carn Brea Mine, England
A terrific combination specimen of Fluorite, Chalcopyrite and Siderite on a dark green-grey chloritised matrix
Pyromorphite on Plumbogummite
$600
 Roughton Gill Area, England
Balls of lime-green Pyromorphite are richly scattered over intense cornflower-sky blue druses of Plumbogummite
Fluorite
$800
 St Day United Mines, England
A small miniature mound of stacked Fluorite crystals from the St. Day United mines at, St. Day in the parish
Calcite
$850
 Egremont, Cumbria
A small and choice Calcite “heart twin” from the iron mining district around the town of Egremont in west
Fluorite
$300
 Blue Scar, North Yorkshire
A fine, very well crystallised specimen of honey-lemon Fluorite with golden metallic sulphide inclusions, from
Calcite
$3,000
 Pallaflat Mine, England
A good size cabinet specimen of transparent to semi-transparent, colourless Calcite crystals with a
Cassiterite
$180
 Geevor Mine, England
Micro, sub-mm Cassiterite crystals richly pervade a highly vuggy massive Cassiterite matrix, mixed with fine
Galena
$3,500
 Cornwall, England
A well crystallised Galena from the Chiverton Mines, east of Perranzabuloe near Perranporth, 
Fluorite with Quartz
$900
 Blackdene Mine, England
Although Blackdene mine, close to Ireshopeburn in Weardale, County Durham, England, is known for its purple
Ludlamite with Quartz and Siderite
$8,500
 Wheal Jane, England
A specimen that can be summarised with just one word; Wow!  The rare phosphate Ludlamite was named in