Carbonates

 

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Stolzite with Siderite and Djurleite
$1,250
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
An interesting and good example of the very rare mineral Stolzite, forming a small group of colourless well
Siderite on Hematite
$600
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Siderite is yet another common mineral at Tsumeb, but rare as well crystallised specimens suitable for
Siderite with Goethite on Germanite
$1,200
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A quite gorgeous small display specimen of superbly crystallised Siderite richly covering lustrous black
Linarite with Brochantite and Cerussite
$1,200
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
The copper-lead sulphate Linarite only occurred in the surface outcrop (The Greenhill) and first Oxidation
Galena with Smithsonite
$700
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Although abundant as one of the principle ores at Tsumeb, Galena occurring as collectable crystals is
Azurite with Cerussite and Dolomite
$650
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A really delightful and eye-catching miniature of very well crystallised Azurite surrounded by colourless,
Cuprian Smithsonite
$750
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
An aesthetic thumbnail of light peppermint-green Cuprian Smithsonite set on an interesting matrix of
Cerussite
$350
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A most charming and aesthetic ex-matrix reticulated Cerussite, the intersecting blades of which create a
Cuprian Smithsonite with Cerussite
$3,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A delightful miniature of sour apple-green Cuprian Smithsonite crystals completely lining a shallow vug in a
Cerussite with Dolomite
$750
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Another unusual Tsumeb specimen in which a single, well developed, yet asymmetric Cerussite crystal, has been
Malachite on Native Copper
$900
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A terrific and unusual specimen of velvety, botryoidal mounds of light leafy-green to peppermint-green
Siderite
$300
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Although Siderite is a relatively common mineral at Tsumeb, occurring in each of the three oxidation zones,
Cobaltoan Smiithsonite
$1,200
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A beautiful small miniature of translucent, light bubble gum-pink Cobaltoan Smithsonite on a matrix of mixed
Aragonite var. Tarnowitzite
$450
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A group of glassy and translucent Tarnowitzite crystals, the lead-rich variety of Aragonite.  These grade
Cobaltoan Smithsonite
$1,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Semi-transparent, bright candy-pink Cobaltoan Smithsonite crystals to just over 1 cm completely cover the
Hydrocerussite coating Cerussite
$3,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Hydrocerussite, a basic lead carbonate, forms a thin, yet continuous, surface coating over a splendid cluster
Malachite pseudomorph after Azurite
$1,250
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Sharp, chisel-like blades of deep bottle-green Malachite form a rich coverage of pseudomorphs after Azurite on
Cerussite with Mimetite and Duftite
$950
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Seven blocky, colourless translucent crystals of Cerussite to 15 x 8 x 8 mm contrast nicely against a
Azurite with Bayldonite
$800
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A heavy domed mound of leaf-green Bayldonite has its upper display surface strewn with small bladed Azurite
Azurite
$1,250
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Blocky intergrown Azurite crystals form an inverted T-shaped specimen from the Tsumeb mine.  The Azurite
Cerussite with Linarite
$400
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A choice thumbnail of semi-transparent, colourless Cerussite crystals from Tsumeb mine, Oshikoto Region,
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
Cerussite
$2,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A beautiful and aesthetic transparent Cerussite from Tsumeb mine in the Oshikoto Region of Namibia. 
Cerussite
$700
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A great reticulated Cerussite from the Tsumeb mine in the Oshikoto Region of Namibia.  The colourless
Phosgenite
$950
 Monteponi Mine, Sardinia
A magnificent and complex Phosgenite (lead chlorocarbonate) from the famous Monteponi mine at Iglesias,
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
Cerussite
$150
 Brandybottle Mine, North Yorkshire
A choice miniature of beautifully crystallised, transparent to translucent, milky-white Cerussite crystals
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
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
Aragonite
$3,500
 Parkhouse Quarry, England
An Aragonite specimen of museum size and quality from Parkhouse quarry, north-west of Penrith in Cumbria,
Aurichalcite
$200
 Coldstones Quarry, UK
Coldstones quarry at Greenhow Hill, close to Pateley Bridge in North Yorkshire, England, is still in operation
Aurichalcite
$300
 Craig Rhiwarth Mine, UK
Beautiful crystals of turquoise-deep sky-blue Aurichalcite line vuggy cavities in an iron-stained matrix of
Siderite on Quartz
$275
 Tincroft Mine, England
Glassy, burnt deep amber-yellow crystals of the iron carbonate Siderite richly coat a small plate of
Siderite with Quartz
$450
 Carn Brea Mine, England
A very pleasing miniature of rich caramel-brown Siderite forming rosettes of paper-thin curved bladed crystals
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
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
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
Kutnohorite
$800
 Broken Hill, Australia
Kutnohorite is another classic mineral from the Broken Hill suite and this very fine specimen is an excellent
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
Smithsonite
$1,750
 MMM Mine, Australia
An excellent example of Smithsonite from the MMM mine at Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia, composed of
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
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
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