Carbonates

 

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Smithsonite var. Cuprian Smithsonite
$500
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
A charming and rare example of a Cuprian Smithsonite stalactite from the Tsumeb mine in Namibia. 
Siderite
$750
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
This terrific miniature Siderite from the Tsumeb mine in Namibia is an excellent example of a quite seldom
Willemite with inclusions of Hydrozincite
$800
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
A most unusual miniature of apricot orange and light chocolate brown Willemite crystals, many with inclusions
Calcite on Dolomite cast
$400
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
This beautiful large miniature is really two specimens for the price of one! What would be considered the
Cerussite with Malachite
$900
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
A 1 cm thick rib of highly lustrous, reticulated Cerussite with flat, parallel sides and much of its void
Rhodochrosite
$4,500
 N'Chwaning Mines, South Africa
A terrific joined pair of off-matrix, burnt cherry-red Rhodochrosite crystals from the classic locality of the
Aragonite with Baryte
$2,500
 Brixlegg - Schwaz, Austria
What a little beauty!  An eye-catchingly pretty specimen of powder-sky-blue balls of Aragonite scattered
Rhodochrosite on Limonite
$1,750
 Ljubija ore field, Serb Republic
A rare Rhodochrosite from Ljubija in north-west Bosnia and Herzegovina.  Botryoidal to crystalline, light
Cuprite coated with Malachite
$700
 Andrássy II. Mine, Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén Co.
A well-formed cuboctahedral crystal of Cuprite measuring to 3.2 cm dominates this small cabinet specimen, all
Ludlamite with Siderite and Quartz
$7,500
 Wheal Jane, England
If any specimen’s description has to begin with a great big massive Wow, then this is it!  A Ludlamite
Phosgenite
$2,500
 Bage Mine, England
An old time specimen of beautifully crystallised Phosgenite (lead chlorocarbonate) from its type locality at
Barytocalcite
$950
 Nentsberry Haggs Mine, England
A handsome miniature of classic Nentsberry Haggs mine Barytocalcite displaying an array of bladed crystals to
Hydrocerussite
$1,250
 Torr Works Quarry, England
Well-formed platy crystals of Hydrocerussite from the Torr Works quarry close to Shepton Mallet in
Malachite
$250
 Cornwall, England
A small, mammillary mass of light, turquoise-peppermint green Malachite with a whitish-green surface. 
FLUORITE on DOLOMITE
$500
 Ullcoates Mine, England
Transparent, pale sky-blue cubic crystals of Fluorite to 1 cm on edge sit on a thin bed of creamy-white
Malachite after Azurite
$2,500
 Morenci Mine, USA
Classic bladed-tabular crystals of rich dark blue Azurite measuring to 3 cm have been partly to completely
Calcite
$400
 North Vernon, USA
An impressive example of well crystallised Calcite from North Vernon in Jennings County, Indiana. 
Witherite
$600
 Cave-in-Rock, USA
A milky white translucent crystal of Witherite with a steep inwardly curving dome-like habit measuring to 2.5
Calcite
$850
 Joplin Field, Missouri
A single gemmy-translucent light golden-yellow crystal of Calcite measuring to 12 cm tall, from the Joplin
Calcite with Sphalerite
$850
 Elmwood Mine, USA
A 4.9 cm wide, colourless, glassy, twinned scalenohedron crystal of Calcite is perched on a stacked group of
Malachite
$3,500
 Gumeshevskii Copper Mine, Russia
A magnificent and very showy polished Malachite from the Gumeshevskiy mine in the Middle Urals of
Rhodochrosite
$1,500
 Oppu Mine, Japan
A superb bubble-gum-pink specimen of mammillary Rhodochrosite from the Oppu mine in Aomori Prefecture, Honshu
Malachite pseudomorph after Azurite with Cerussite
$900
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
This ex-matrix pseudomorph of beautiful light emerald green Malachite replacing Azurite is from the Tsumeb
Witherite with Baryte
$650
 Nentsberry Haggs Mine, England
Hemispheres of Witherite measuring to over 2 cm are formed on a dark grey Limestone matrix from Nentsberry
Calcite
$350
 Gyongyosoroszi, Hungary
A fantastic snowball-like hemisphere of pure white Calcite measuring 7 cm in diameter from Gyöngyösoroszi in
Malachite with Calcite
$750
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A pretty thumbnail specimen of dark leaf green crystalline Malachite forming a ball to 8 mm in diameter on
Calcite on Dolomite
$500
 Trepca Complex, Kosovo
A well-formed ball of white Calcite measuring to 3.5 cm sits aesthetically on intergrown rhombic crystals of
Rhodochrosite with Quartz, Calcite,  Dolomite and Chalcedony
$1,500
 Cavnic Mine, Romania
Cavnic mine is the most famous of all mines in the Cavnic district and this is one of the most famous ore
Cobaltoan Smithsonite
$6,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
A gorgeous bubble gum pink translucent Cobaltoan Smithsonite from the Tsumeb mine in Namibia. 
Cobaltoan Dolomite
$500
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Cobaltoan Dolomite, also termed Cobalt-bearing Dolomite, is one of Tsumeb’s most popular minerals because of
Calcite
$750
 Dal'negorsk, Russia
A fine parallel intergrown pair of translucent, light candy pink Calcite crystals from Dal'negorsk in far
Rhodochrosite
$2,500
 Uchucchacua Mine, Peru
Excellent gemmy reddish barley sugar orange scalenohedral crystals of Rhodochrosite measuring to 1.4 cm richly
Cobaltoan Calcite
$900
 Mashamba West Mine, DR Congo (Zaire)
A stunning vivid pinkish cobalt-purple crystal of translucent Cobaltoan Calcite measures to 1.6 cm, displaying
Smithsonite
$400
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
This small cabinet specimen is excellent value for a well crystallised Smithsonite from Tsumeb mine in
Calcite
$750
 Rudny, Kostanay Region
A beautiful and aesthetic intergrown pair of lemony-cream transparent Calcite crystals from Rudny in the
Smithsonite
$800
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
A great small cabinet specimen of light limey apple green Smithsonite occurring as a druse of 0.5 to 1 mm
Azurite with Malachite pseudomorphing after Azurite
$5,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Azurite from Tsumeb in Namibia occurred down through the mine as far as the 2nd Oxidation Zone and over the
Aurichalcite with Hemimorphite and Baryte
$150
 Golconda Mine, England
A fine miniature of delicate powder turquoise-green Aurichalcite forms a velvet textured druse of
Azurite with Malachite and Pyromorphite
$300
 Tynagh Mine, Ireland
Tynagh mine at Killimor in Country Galway, Ireland, produced a magnificent suite of almost 100 mineral species
Aragonite
$450
 Frizington, England
A very characteristic miniature specimen of semi-transparent Aragonite forming as two well-developed, steep
Azurite with Arsentsumebite
$3,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
I hesitate to use the word showstopper, but in the case of this miniature Azurite with Arsentsumebite, I feel
Cerussite on Cuprian Smithsonite
$3,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
A thin yet strong matrix plate is encrusted with micro-crystals of light to mid apple green Cuprian
Mimetite with Bayldonite on Dolomite
$5,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
A stunning and quite spectacular miniature of golden-yellow Mimetite on Dolomite with scattered spherules of
Malachite ps. after Azurite with Gartrellite and Azurite
$6,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
This amazing cabinet specimen is one of the richest in Gartrellites I have ever seen, not to mention the
Azurite partly pseudomorphing to Malachite
$7,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Although Tsumeb mine is famous for its diversity of mineral species, its number of type localities and
Cuprian Smithsonite
$1,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
This lovely miniature Cuprian Smithsonite from the Tsumeb mine in the Oshikoto Region of Namibia is displayed
Dolomite with Duftite
$5,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Deep apple-green micro-crystals of Duftite are richly dusted across the surface of an off-creamy-white
Rosasite with Olivenite
$3,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Rosasite is a rare mineral at the Tsumeb mine in Namibia, although is known to occur in the supergene zone and