Phosphates, Arsenates and Vanadates

 

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Gartrellite with Quartz
$400
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A great thumbnail of the rare Pb-Cu-Fe-Zn phosphate Gartrellite, forming tiny light pistachio-green botryoidal
Ludlockite
$1,200
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A 10 x 7 x 4 mm tangled mat of micro-acicular Ludlockite crystals nestle in a vug on top of a dark grey matrix
Mimetite var. Campylite
$450
 Dry Gill Mine, England
Glassy, burnt barley sugar-orange rounded crystals of Campylite, a variety of Mimetite (lead arsenate
Pyromorphite
$350
 Bwlch Glas Mine, Wales
A delightful Pyromorphite (lead chlorophosphate) from the famous vertical pipe structure within Bwlch Glas
Pyromorphite
$300
 Wheal Alfred, England
Opaque, zingy apple-lime-green Pyromorphite crystals to 4 mm are richly scattered over a light sandy-buff
Pyromorphite
$1,000
 Kangiara Copper Mine (Kangiara Mine), New South Wales
A pistachio-green mass of intergrown Pyromorphite (lead chlorophosphate) crystals from the Kangiara mine in
Descloizite
$1,500
 Berg Aukas, Namibia
Descloizite (basic lead-zinc vanadate) from Berg Aukas mine, close to Grootfontein in Namibia, comes in a
Vanadinite
$950
 Mibladen Mining District, Morocco
A showy, highly aesthetic cabinet specimen of large, highly lustrous, hexagonal Vanadinite (lead
Pyromorphite
$100
 Santa Eufemia, Andalusia
Pale straw-pistachio green hexagonal crystals of Pyromorphite (lead chlorophosphate) richly encrust a 3.5 x
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
Pyromorphite
$400
 Wheal Alfred, England
A choice small miniature of acidic lemon-yellow Pyromorphite crystals from the classic and famous Wheal Alfred
Mimetite var. Campylite
$200
 Dry Gill Mine, England
A terrific specimen of highly lustrous, burnt toffee-orange Campylite crystals, the phosphorus-rich variety of
Mimetite var. Campylite
$210
 Dry Gill Mine, England
A choice miniature of toffee-orange Mimetite var. Campylite coating pea-green Mimetite of the same variety on
Pyromorphite
$225
 Roughton Gill Area, England
An attractive small miniature of zesty, light lime-green Pyromorphite forming botryoidal spherules to about 3
Libethenite
$300
 Wheal Phoenix, England
An excellent 2 x 1 cm patch of beautifully crystallised Libethenite crystals, each to about 0.8 mm and of a
Pyromorphite
$2,000
 Junction Mine, Australia
A superb long and narrow miniature of acicular hexagonal barrel-shaped crystals of clove-brown Pyromorphite
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
Mimetite
$300
 Mount Bonnie Mine, Northern Territory
A miniature specimen rich in pale canary-yellow Mimetite crystals from Mount Bonnie mine at Grove Hill in
Mimetite
$7,500
 Endeavor Mine (Elura Mine), New South Wales
Translucent to semi-transparent, acidic-lemon yellow crystals of Mimetite are richly scattered over a limonite
Anglesite on Pyromorphite
$3,500
 Block 14, New South Wales
An outstanding specimen of a few hundred colourless to milky-white Anglesite crystals clustered around a core
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
Pyromorphite
$600
 Kangiara Copper Mine (Kangiara Mine), New South Wales
Moving away from Broken Hill, this most attractive Pyromorphite is from the Kangiara Copper mine (aka Kangiara
Pyromorphite
$2,500
 MMM Mine, Australia
Although this specimen is composed entirely of Pyromorphite, the graduation in crystal size creates a
Pseudomalachite
$200
 Virneberg Mine, Germany
Lustrous, inky dark bottle-green crystals of Pseudomalachite to about 2 mm richly line a 2.0 x 1.2 cm vug in a
Olivenite
$225
 Wheal Unity, Cornwall
This saunter amongst the copper minerals takes us to the famous Wheal Unity mine in the parish of Gwennap,
Pseudomalachite
$700
 Virneberg Mine, Germany
Pseudomalachite is a relatively rare copper phosphate and the Virneberg mine (also known as St. Josephsberg
Conichalcite pseudomorph after Calcite
$850
 Lavrion, Greece
A superb small miniature of limey-apple-green Conichalcite pseudomorphing after Calcite as 2 to 3 mm,
Pseudomalachite
$750
 Cornwall, England
The entire upper surface of a milky-white cryptocrystalline Quartz matrix is coated in parallel,
Conichalcite
$750
 Lavrion District Mines, Greece
A superb, very light, powder-mint-green Conichalcite from the classic Lavrion Mining District in Attica
Pyromorphite
$500
 Pontgibaud, France
Pyromorphite can adopt so many habits and colours.  This fine specimen from Pontgibaud in the 
Vivianite
$2,500
 Trepca Complex, Kosovo
This first-rate Vivianite crystal from the Trepča complex in Kosovo looks perfect and stunning against the
Pyromorphite
$350
  Pribram, Czech Republic
A great large thumbnail of opaque, intense leafy lime-green Pyromorphite crystals ranging from 3 to 6 mm long
Fluorapatite
$700
 Malmberget, Sweden
An impressive double terminated watergreen sharp hexagonal single crystal of Fluorapatite from Malmberget,
Mimetite
$950
 Johanngeorgenstadt, Germany
Acidic lemon-yellow crystals of Mimetite are sparsely scattered over the top surface of carmine-red stained
Vivianite
$200
 Lignite deposit, Germany
A beautiful thumbnail-sized nodule of deep blue-black Vivianite composed of radially aligned curved platy
Pyromorphite
$450
 Friedrichssegen Mine, Germany
A beautiful, ex-matrix, tower of stacked, double terminated barley sugar orange Pyromorphite crystals from
Pyromorphite
$950
 Rosenberg Mine, Germany
Translucent, slightly pinkish-fawn prisms of Pyromorphite, 8 to 10 mm in length, richly cover a filigree
Pyromorphite
$300
 Zschopau, Germany
A most interesting specimen of Pyromorphite in that it is from its type locality at Zschopau in Saxony,
Pyromorphite
$600
 Rosenberg Mine, Germany
A stockwork-style structure of 1.5 mm thick intermeshed plates of milky Quartz form the framework over which
Erythrite
$300
 Daniel Mine (St. Daniel Mine), Saxony
Germany is famous for its excellent Erythite, an hydrated cobalt arsenate, and this specimen is from the type
Mimetite
$3,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Sharp “dog-tooth” acicular crystals of honey-lemon Mimetite almost entirely coat the upper face of a mixed
Dioptase on Calcite with Duftite
$2,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
An exceedingly choice miniature of rhombohedral Calcite crystals preferentially coated with micro Calcite
Adamite
$1,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A bright acidic lemon-yellow Adamite from Tsumeb Mine. This specimen contains several mineralised veins and
Zincolivenite
$1,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
An excellent creamy spearmint green specimen of Zincolivenite with single crystals up to 0.8 cm. Most of the
Mimetite with Cerussite
$800
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A wonderful small cabinet sized specimen of creamy white Mimetite with a single very gemmy transparent
Fluorite with Fluorapatite
$7,500
 Akchatau Mine (Aqahatau Mine), Kazakhstan
Wow!  An amazing Fluorite from the greisen emplaced tungsten deposits at Akchatau mine (also known as
Crocoite with Pyromorphite
$7,500
 Berezovskii, Russia
This is a truly gorgeous specimen of lustrous orangey-scarlet Crocoite crystals sat on small acicular deep
Pyromorphite
$4,000
 Daoping Mine, China
A most unusual Pyromorphite from the Daoping mine in Gongcheng County, Guilin Prefecture, China.  As is