Classic Minerals

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Quartz
$3,000
 Lanterdan Quarry, England
Particularly well formed crystals of Quartz from the Lanterdan quarry at Tintagel in Cornwall, a former slate
Azurite
$2,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Three excellent intergrown crystals of Azurite measuring to 2.6 cm sit aesthetically on a matrix of drusy
Fluorite on Quartz
$850
 Camissinone Mine, Lombardy
Lustrous cubic modified crystals of Fluorite are aesthetically arranged on a crystallized Quartz matrix, from
Pyromorphite
$900
 Roughton Gill Area, England
A classic specimen of intergrown lustrous yellow-green to canary yellow crystals of Pyromorphite from
Barytocalcite
$800
 Nentsberry Haggs Mine, England
A splendidly rich dome shaped specimen of Barytocalcite from Second Sun Vein in Nentsberry Haggs mine,
Smithsonite
$1,500
 Farnberry Mine, England
A must for the Smithsonite collector, or collector of classic British minerals for that matter.  A large
Quartz with Rutile, Brookite and Albite
$1,750
 Lanterdan Quarry, England
A classic specimen of Quartz with Rutile and Brookite from Lanterdan quarry at Treknow close to Tintagel in
Iron Meteorite
$750
 Gibeon, Namibia
A 596.3 gram fragment of the famous Gibeon meteorite, a Fine Octahedrite meteorite from Brukkaros, Gibeon,
Quartz Var Smoky
$1,200
 Goboboseb Mountains, Namibia
A superb terminated specimen of Smoky Quartz crystals in parallel growth from the Goboboseb Mountains in
Azurite
$2,500
 Touissit, Morocco
A beautiful miniature Azurite specimen from the Touissit mining area in the Oriental Region of Morocco. 
Smithsonite
$500
 Broken Hill Mine, Australia
A beautiful sparkling specimen of Smithsonite from the Broken Hill mining district in New South Wales,
Titanite
$950
 Capelinha, Brazil
Sharply twinned lustrous crystals of gemmy-translucent Titanite measure to 2 cm from Capelinha in Minas
Bornite
$900
 Carn Brea Mine, England
An excellent cabinet specimen whose top surface is entirely covered with lustrous, dark blue tinted Bornite
Quartz Var Smoky on Feldspar
$300
 Mourne Mountains, Northern Ireland
A pretty cluster of deep Smoky Quartz crystals to 16 mm, nestled in a coarse Feldspar and Quartz granite
Fluorite on Quartz
$1,200
 Otinamewa, Namibia
Two finely developed intergrown crystals of Fluorite on Quartz from the Otjinamewa area in Brandberg, Namibia.
Calcite
$650
 New Glencrieff Mine, Scotland
Well formed translucent off-white scalenohedral crystals of Calcite measuring to 3.7 cm, are scattered and
Epidote
$1,800
 Prince Of Wales Island, USA
A fine deep olive-green crystal of Epidote displays in a prominent position on the specimen, from Prince of
Wulfenite
$750
 Los Lamentos, Mexico
Fine bright zoned apricot-orange to mildly burnt-orange crystals of Wulfenite, from the Los Lamentos area in
Calcite
$400
 Elmwood Mine, USA
The Elmwood mine at Carthage in Tennessee, USA, is one of those localities that every mineral collector is
Ludlamite on Siderite
$4,500
 Cabeza Do Cachorro Mine, Brazil
Ludlamite is a rare iron-manganese-magnesium phosphate which was first described from Wheal Jane in Cornwall
$7,500
 Erongo Mountains, Namibia
A first-class miniature cluster of superbly developed Topaz crystals from the Erongo Mountains in 
Zincolivenite
$1,600
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Lustrous stubby crystals of zincian Olivenite measuring to 6 mm forming an undulating crystal mass over
Cerussite
$2,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A free standing sixling star Cerussite crystal forming a wonderful small cabinet display specimen. It is very
$1,750
 St Andreasberg, Germany
A fine, large, sharply formed Calcite with near pseudohexagonal habit on Galena from the famous St.
Pyromorphite on Quartz
$875
 Roughton Gill Mine, England
A druse of translucent Quartz crystals, measuring to 5 mm, have a brown iron oxide coating that creates a
Manganite
$5,000
 Ilfeld, Germany
A true German classic. Well-formed jet black crystals of Manganite with a near-mirror like lustre from Ilfeld,
Jadeite (Emerald Jade)
$5,000
 Uru Fluss, Myanmar (Burma)
Of the two types of jade, Nephrite and Jadeite, Jadeite is by far the most precious and sought-after species.
Liroconite
$6,500
 Wheal Gorland, England
A very fine and rich specimen of Liroconite from  Wheal Gorland, St. Day, Cornwall. Excellent blue to
Rhodochrosite
$5,000
 N'Chwaning Mines, South Africa
A fine triangular shaped small cabinet specimen of rich pink-red translucent intergrown globular crystals of
Hematite
$1,250
 N'Chwaning Mines, South Africa
A choice miniature of intergrown crystals of Hematite, up to 1.5 cm across, from the N'Chwaning mines, South
Azurite
$850
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A fine specimen of deep azure-blue, almost black, with flashes bright electric azure-blue intergrown blades of
Native Gold
$2,600
 Eagle's Nest Mine, USA
A sheet-like network of intergrown Native Gold crystals as thick branching fronds with
Tourmaline (Chrome Dravite)
$3,500
 Nadonjukin, Nr. Simanjiro
An excellent specimen of Chrome Dravite from Nadonjukin in the Simanjiro District of Tanzania.   This
Celestite
$1,250
 Spania Dolina Ore Belt, Slovakia
A pretty looking miniature of light cornflower-blue Celestite crystals sprinkled over white to pinkish-cream
SPHALERITE with QUARTZ
$425
 Nikolaevskiy Mine, Russia
A fine specimen of crystalline Sphalerite hemisphere measuring to 4cm diameter, with a part hemisphere to
SMITHSONITE
$3,000
 79 Mine, Arizona
A most pleasing silky, undulating carpet of sour-apple green Smithsonite completely hiding the underlying
GALENA with SIDERITE and QUARTZ
$350
 Neudorf, Saxony-Anhalt
Equant, bright and highly reflective Galena crystals to 8 mm on edge are scattered over a matrix of clear and
AZURITE with MALACHITE
$5,000
 Bisbee, Arizona
A highly lustrous cluster of deep inky-blue Azurite crystals form an exquisite miniature rosette.  This
CUPRITE
$700
 Bisbee, Arizona
An excellent small cabinet specimen of Cuprite from the classic and evocative mining district of Bisbee in the
PYROMORPHITE
$1,600
 Perkiomen Mines, Pennsylvania
An orangey-biscuit-tan limonitic matrix is encrusted on almost all surfaces with lustrous hexagonal prisms of
PYROMORPHITE
$3,000
 Bunker Hill Mine, USA
A stunning miniature of botryoidal lustrous burnt orange to yellow Pyromorphite from the Bunker Hill mine at
TOURMALINE with QUARTZ
$6,500
 Nuristan Province, Afghanistan
A stunning Tourmaline crystal of wonderful colour and with a perfect termination from Nuristan Province in
PYROMORPHITE
$2,250
 San Andrés Mine, Andalusia
A choice miniature of sour-apple-green Pyromorphite crystals in a stacked cluster from the San Andrés mine
CUPRIAN SMITHSONITE
$4,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A chain of intergrown, rich apple-green Cuprian Smithsonite crystals, each to about 1 cm, form an arch flat
AZURITE
$2,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A splendid miniature Azurite of intense deep inky-blue from the Tsumeb mine in Namibia.  The overall
PYROMORPHITE
$1,250
 Cagliari Province, Sardinia
A beautiful and highly unusual Pyromorphite from the Cagliari Province in Sardinia, Italy.  Partial
MIMETITE
$1,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
This small cabinet specimen is a splendid example from the Tsumeb mine in Namibia; a mine famous for its high
PYROMORPHITE
$3,500
 Kabwe Mine (Broken Hill Mine), Zambia
A remarkable specimen composed entirely of a mass of intergrown, lime to leaf-green Pyromorphite crystals from