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Rhodochrosite with Quartz
$1,250
 North Mine, New South Wales
A hemispherical shell-like micro-crystallised Rhodochrosite with clear and colourless glassy Quartz crystals
Smithsonite
$1,500
 MMM Mine, Australia
A near-perfect sphere of very light pale grey Smithsonite with an attractive satin lustre from the MMM mine at
Rhodochrosite
$5,000
 MMM Mine, Australia
A gorgeous specimen of bubble gum pink Rhodochrosite in the form of partly merged spheres, each to around 1.2
Baryte
$400
 Broken Hill, Australia
Although Baryte occurs throughout many of the mines at Broken Hill, it is not commonly seen in collections and
Pyromorphite
$2,000
 Junction Mine, Australia
A superb long and narrow miniature of acicular hexagonal barrel-shaped crystals of clove-brown Pyromorphite
Pyromorphite with Cerussite
$750
 MMM Mine, Australia
Vivid bright lemon-yellow Pyromorphite crystals to about 3 mm tall are densely scattered over a thin (yet
Mimetite
$300
 Mount Bonnie Mine, Northern Territory
A miniature specimen rich in pale canary-yellow Mimetite crystals from Mount Bonnie mine at Grove Hill in
Spessartine Garnet in Galena
$7,500
 North Mine, New South Wales
Spessartine Garnet in Galena is one of the most readily recognisable specimens from the world-famous mines at
Mimetite
$7,500
 Endeavor Mine (Elura Mine), New South Wales
Translucent to semi-transparent, acidic-lemon yellow crystals of Mimetite are richly scattered over a limonite
Tellurantimony
$150
 Golden Mile Mines, Western Australia
Two micromount-size flakes of metallic silver Tellurantimony from the Golden Mile mines of Kalgoorlie-Boulder
Marshite
$3,500
 Broken Hill Proprietary Mine, New South Wales
The very rare mineral Marshite is one of the must-have Broken Hill classics but is seldom available and then
Calaverite
$450
 Kalgoorlie-Boulder Shire, Western Australia
A rich 1.2 x 0.7 cm patch of metallic buttery-silver Calaverite invests a small sliver of milky Quartz from
Smithsonite on Coronadite
$950
 Broken Hill Proprietary Mine, New South Wales
Translucent milky-white scalenohedral crystals of Smithsonite form a spiky dense triangular cluster on a sooty
Cassiterite with Quartz
$4,500
 Torrington, New South Wales
This specimen of beautifully crystallised Cassiterite intergrown with colourless Quartz crystals is amazing
Opal in matrix
$1,500
 Queensland, Australia
Opal is probably the mineral synonymous with Australia.  This splendid example is set in a limestone
Kutnohorite
$800
 Broken Hill, Australia
Kutnohorite is another classic mineral from the Broken Hill suite and this very fine specimen is an excellent
Alabandite
$2,500
 Zinc Corporation Mine, Australia
A terrific specimen of the rare manganese sulphide Alabandite from the Zinc Corporation mine at Broken Hill,
Anglesite on Pyromorphite
$3,500
 Block 14, New South Wales
An outstanding specimen of a few hundred colourless to milky-white Anglesite crystals clustered around a core
Manganoan Calcite with Pyrite
$400
 Broken Hill, Australia
A long and narrow group of sub-vertical, translucent pale pink Manganoan Calcite crystals form a jagged
Cerussite with Pyromorphite
$7,500
 Broken Hill Proprietary Mine, New South Wales
A highly unusual and quite stunning specimen of lustrous reticulated Cerussite embedded in a matrix of
Duftite
$250
 Sabine's Shaft, Northern Territory
Probably in excess of 200 deep leaf-green Duftite crystals richly coat two faces of a pinkish-cream matrix of
Native Silver
$3,500
 Browne’s shaft, New South Wales
Native Silver is another Broken Hill classic and this spectacular and very fine example is from Browne’s shaft
Bustamite
$950
 North Mine, New South Wales
Two translucent clove-burnt-orange Bustamite crystals forming a V-shaped specimen from North Mine at Broken
Pyromorphite
$600
 Kangiara Copper Mine (Kangiara Mine), New South Wales
Moving away from Broken Hill, this most attractive Pyromorphite is from the Kangiara Copper mine (aka Kangiara
Smithsonite
$1,750
 MMM Mine, Australia
An excellent example of Smithsonite from the MMM mine at Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia, composed of
Anglesite var. Green Anglesite
$2,000
 MMM Mine, Australia
One part-gemmy, brilliant equant limey-apple-green Anglesite crystal is perched at the edge / top of a dark
Pyromorphite
$2,500
 MMM Mine, Australia
Although this specimen is composed entirely of Pyromorphite, the graduation in crystal size creates a
Quartz var. Amethyst on Rhodochrosite
$2,700
 North Mine, Australia
From North Mine at Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia, a real eye-catcher of botryoidal candy-pink
Pyrite on Calcite
$1,500
 Zinc Corporation Mine, Australia
A great specimen of Calcite from the Zinc Corporation mine at Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia,
Native Copper
$700
 Broken Hill, Australia
A specimen of Native Copper from the Broken Hill mining district, New South Wales, Australia, the Copper of
Marshite with Cerussite and Malachite
$7,500
 Broken Hill, Australia
A sublime Marshite specimen, one of the essential Broken Hill classics, but very rarely obtainable with such a
Bannisterite
$2,500
 Zinc Corporation Mine, Australia
Bannisterite is a black mica-like mineral and a rare phyllosilicate.  A 5.0 x 3.0+ cm area of platy
Apophyllite
$450
 Broken Hill, Australia
Apophyllite occurs at Broken Hill as very fine crystals and this is an excellent example.  Colourless
Bromian Chlorargyrite with Pyrolusite and Psilomelane
$800
 Broken Hill Proprietary Mine, New South Wales
A porous and vuggy granular matrix of mid-grey mixed Pyrolusite and Psilomelane richly invested with many very
Goethite coating Cerussite after Anglesite
$3,500
 Kintore Opencut, Australia
A beautiful, perfectly formed specimen of coal-black Goethite coating razor-sharp crystals of Cerussite
Azurite
$650
 Malbunka Copper Mine, Australia
The Malbunka Copper mine, formerly called the Namajtira prospect, is a privately mined copper body which
Cerussite on Aragonite
$1,750
 Broken Hill Proprietary Mine, New South Wales
An out of the ordinary and hence rather eye-catching specimen of smoky translucent Cerussite crystals on a
Smithsonite
$4,500
 MMM Mine, Australia
A gorgeous specimen of Smithsonite, very fine and showy for the species, from the MMM mine at Broken Hill in
Chalcocite with Calcite
$600
 Rocklands Copper Mine, Queensland
A rare and incredibly rich Chalcocite from the new Rocklands mine a few kilometres west of Cloncurry in
Cerussite
$2,500
 MMM Mine, Australia
A superb old-time specimen of glassy lustrous creamy-white tapered Cerussite crystals richly coating a gossan
Chalcostibite, Sphalerite and Boulangerite
$1,500
 Herja Mine, Romania
Chalcostibite is an antimony copper sulphide and richly covers this plate of nicely crystallised Quartz. 
Native Copper
$3,000
 Phoenix Mine, Michigan
Phoenix mine is closely associated with Cliff mine at Phoenix in Keweenaw County, Michigan, USA. This
Cuprite
$400
 Wheal Gorland, England
Cuprite crystals of up to 7 mm with a silvery-grey patina coat much of a re-cemented milky Quartz breccia vein
Chalcopyrite
$300
 Redruth Mining District, England
A solid crystallised intergrown group of Chalcopyrite crystals from the Redruth Mining District in south-west
Chalcopyrite
$350
 Siegen, North Rhine-Westphalia
Golden-brassy Chalcopyrite crystals completely cover a hidden Quartz matrix, part of which is only visible on
Chalcocite
$250
 Geevor Mine, England
An off-matrix, double terminated tabular crystal of Chalcocite, exhibiting both steely-blue and gunmetal-grey
Langite
$300
 Geevor Mine, England
A miniature-sized plate of slightly weathered Land’s End granite has a 3.5 x 2.0 cm area densely coated with
Pseudomalachite
$200
 Virneberg Mine, Germany
Lustrous, inky dark bottle-green crystals of Pseudomalachite to about 2 mm richly line a 2.0 x 1.2 cm vug in a