Carbonates

 

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Witherite
$1,500
 Nentsberry Haggs Mine, England
Witherite, a relatively rare barium carbonate, crystallises in the orthorhombic system and forms
Cerussite
$750
 Leadhills, Scotland
A tightly intergrown group of cream Cerussite crystals with no attached matrix from the Leadhills mining
Witherite with Baryte and Alstonite
$6,000
 Fallowfield Mine, England
Two fine, double terminated greyish-white crystals of Witherite are perched on a bed of small Alstonite
Fluorite with Dolomite, Pyrite and Quartz
$150
 Cambokeels Mine, England
Large, semi-transparent, hexagonal Quartz crystals with colourless cubic Fluorite crystals form a large mound
Aurichalcite
$250
 Greystone Quarry, UK
An approximately 10 x 8 cm plate of iron-stained Quartz-rich gossan matrix is sparingly coated with lustrous
Azurite on Malachite
$1,500
 Milpillas Mine, Sonora
Mounted on a clear acrylic base, a most choice specimen of velvety deep leaf-green Malachite with occasionally
Rhodochrosite with Quartz
$6,000
 Pasto Bueno, Peru
Three sharp rhombic crystals of Rhodochrosite nestle amongst an array of near-vertical colourless prismatic
Chrysocolla ps. after Malachite ps. after Azurite with Quartz
$2,500
 Tenke-Fungurume area, DR Congo
A super-unusual small cabinet specimen of vivid sky-blue Chrysocolla preferentially coated with orange-tan
Descloizite with Dolomite
$350
 Berg Aukas, Namibia
A gorgeous small miniature of serrated arrow habit Descloizite crystals from the famous Berg Aukas mine in
Cerussite
$1,500
 Mibladen Mining District, Morocco
Equant, smoky-grey Cerussite crystals to over 2 cm richly cover a somewhat circular and slightly concave
Malachite
$2,000
 Moldova Noua, Romania
This striking large cabinet specimen of Malachite richly lines a 14 x 6 cm elongated geode from the historic
Rhodochrosite
$5,000
 Cassandra Mines, Central Macedonia
This magnificent Rhodochrosite is from the Cassandra Mines in Central Macedonia, Greece, a locality with only
Cerussite
$900
 Broken Hill, Australia
A quite stunning intergrown group of large ‘Jack Straw’ type Cerussite crystals from the Broken Hill Mining
Smithsonite
$3,500
 Broken Hill, Australia
Light to battleship grey botryoidal Smithsonite form a drusy pervasive coating over an approximately 14 x 8 cm
Cobaltoan Smithsonite
$5,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Rich deep rose pink crystals of Cobaltoan Smithsonite form a gently rounded dome resting on a naturally flat
Rhodochrosite with Calcite and Fluorite
$500
 Pasto Bueno, Ancash Department
Pasto Bueno is actually a group of mines in the Pampas District Pallasca Province in Peru, set in the most
Cuprite with Cerussite and Mimetite
$850
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
This richly crystallised small cabinet specimen of Cuprite demonstrates just how rich the ore could be at
Quartz on Siderite with Sphalerite
$650
 Příbram District, Czech Republic
An excellent miniature of curved blades of Siderite overgrowing a core of black Sphalerite with the entire
Dolomite with Chalcopyrite
$400
 Dreislar Mine, Germany
A most attractive small miniature from a most attractive small mine! A comment not frequently made! Bright
Smithsonite
$450
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
An interesting and quite different small cabinet specimen of Smithsonite for your Tsumeb collection on which a
Calcite on Dolomite
$400
 Johannes Mine, Bavaria
Two parallel partly intergrown pseudo-hexagonal Calcite crystals sit at a slight angle to the base and are
Cerussite
$600
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
This splendid reticulated cluster of Cerussite crystals is an excellent large miniature from the Tsumeb mine
Aragonite
$250
 Lavrion District Mines, Attikí Prefecture
Without any doubt this is the nicest Aragonite I have had the pleasure of seeing from the Lavrion mining
Cuprian Smithsonite
$3,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
A handsome large cabinet specimen of sparkling Cuprian Smithsonite from the Tsumeb mine in Namibia. With the
Rhodochrosite
$450
 Capillitas Mine, Argentina
The Capillitas mine and mining district in the Andalgalá Department of Argentina is well known for its many
Pyromorphite on Malachite
$8,500
 Rum Jungle, Northern Territory
A magnificent museum grade large cabinet specimen of Pyromorphite on Malachite from the world famous deposit
Cobaltoan Calcite
$3,500
 Dal'negorsk, Far-Eastern Region
Wow! I thought I’d seen some good Cobaltoan Calcites over the years, but this is a jaw dropper without
Fluorite with Dolomite
$4,000
 Shangbao Mine, China
This sensational Fluorite from the Shangbao mine in Hunan Province, China is certainly a specimen of two very
Calcite
$3,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A superb display of lustrous gemmy-translucent Calcite crystals from Tsumeb mine in Namibia. Sharply developed
Mimetite on Malachite
$4,500
Both Mimetite and Malachite are commonly encountered at the Tsumeb mine in Namibia, but occasionally a
Cobaltoan Smithsonite
$2,000
A rich bed of delicate rose pink Cobaltoan Smithsonite crystals entirely mask a mixed massive granular
Azurite
$3,500
This large ex-matrix Azurite crystal is a fabulous specimen from the Tsumeb mine in Namibia and one which will
Cerussite
$1,200
Let me state up front this specimen is tagged as broken and yes, I can see where. But please don’t be
Cerussite on Duftite
$2,000
This small miniature elevates Cerussite to a whole new level, displaying the most magnificent single crystal
Malachite on Calcite
$1,200
The original label accompanying this most attractive specimen is recorded as olivenite on smithsonite but is
Azurite
$1,250
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Blocky intergrown Azurite crystals form an inverted T-shaped specimen from the Tsumeb mine in Namibia. The
Calcite phantoms with Mottramite
$1,200
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Well-formed platy crystals of colourless of Calcite to 1.8 cm are developed over a botryoidal layer of
Cuprian Smithsonite
$5,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A fine blue-green translucent specimen of Cuprian Smithsonite from the Tsumeb mine in Namibia. The specimen
Smithsonite
$250
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
This small miniature is composed of interconnected, euhedral, deep salmon pinkish-red Smithsonite crystals
Azurite
$600
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
This beautiful miniature Azurite with Cerussite is obviously an old time specimen from Tsumeb judging from the
Malachite pseudomorph after Azurite
$400
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
A choice large thumbnail specimen of Malachite pseudomorphing after Azurite forming a 2.0 x 0.9 x 0.4 cm
Cerussite
$950
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Superb blocky Cerussite crystals radiate out from a central massive black sulphide matrix at the heart of the
Smithsonite
$750
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Colourless to translucent milky white Smithsonite crystals cover a largely hidden matrix of black crystalline
Smithsonite
$400
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Light butterscotch-yellow Smithsonite forms a botryoidal mound of glassy undulating crystals from the Tsumeb
Cobaltoan Dolomite
$150
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A brilliant bubble gum pink shell of Cobaltoan Dolomite covers a core of translucent milky-white Calcite from
Calcite on Mottramite
$500
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Excellent, sharply formed colourless intergrown rhombic crystals of Calcite measuring to 9 mm are developed
Aragonite var. Tarnowitzite
$250
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A pleasing group of three well-formed, white intergrown prismatic Tarnowitzite crystals with a further part
Cerussite after Anglesite with Coronadite
$1,250
 Broken Hill Mine, Australia
A large cabinet specimen of sooty black Coronadite thickly coating crystals of Cerussite forming excellent