Ex. Glyn Cunnick Collection

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Andradite on Hematite
 Wessels Mine, South Africa
A fine sparkling crystal druse of red-brown Andradite completely covers crystals of Hematite measuring to
Baryte on Chalcopyrite
 Mount Wellington Mine, England
Distinctive crystals of Baryte on Chalcopyrite from the Mount Wellington Mine, Gwennap, Cornwall. Crystals of
 Wheal Gorland, England
Well formed lustrous dark olive green crystals of Olivenite are pleasingly grouped over the display face of
Fluorite on Chlorite
 Wheal Trevaunance, England
Characteristic crystals of Fluorite clustered over a grey-green Chlorite from the Trevaunance Mine, St.Agnes,
Fluorite with Chalcopyrite
 St. Agnes, England
Excellent Cornish specimen of purple edges pastel blue Fluorite with crystals of Chalcopyrite from the St.
 Wheal Alfred, England
A smart miniature specimen of well-developed Pyromorphite crystals from Wheal Alfred, the classic Cornish
Quartz Pseudomorph After Fluorite
 Wheal Mary Ann, England
Classic creamy white dome of Chalcedony Quartz as a pseudomorphic replacement of intergrown octahedral
 Wheal Wrey, England
Classic lustrous Wheal Wrey Calcite specimen depicting a number of triangular section prismatic crystals.
Ferberite Pseudomorph After Scheelite
 Drakelands Mine, England
A rarity from the Drakelands Mine (Hemerdon Mine), Sparkwell, Devon. A single pyramidal trigonal crystal of
Hentschelite-rockbridgeite Var Andrewsite
 Wheal Phoenix, England
Rare sought after specimen of the variety Andrewsite from Phoenix United Mine, Linkinhorne, Cornwall. The
Baryte and Pyrite on Fluorite
 Wheal Mary Ann, England
An uncommon specimen of Baryte from Wheal Mary Ann, Menheniot, Cornwall. Although Baryte is recorded in
 Dean Quarry, England
An elongated cavity is lined with a crystallized surface of lustrous light green Prehnite, on white Prehnite
 Greystones Quarry, England
Leadhillite is a very rare mineral for the south west Orefield. This specimen is from a small area of the once
 Wheal Penrose, England
Tabular crystals of Phosgenite populate a red-brown Goethite cavity atop the specimen from Wheal Penrose,
 Wheal Gorland, England
A well developed group of rare green Liroconite crystals from the famous Wheal Gorland, St.Day, Cornwall.
 Wheal Phoenix, England
Light to deep olive green acicular crystals of Olivenite richly invest an elongated triangular area on the