Pseudomorphs

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Quartz Epimorph After Fluorite
$200
 Wheal Jane, England
A white druse crystal shell of sparkling Quartz has formed over a grey-green Chlorite, which had in turn once
Quartz After Fluorite
$400
 Wheal Mary Ann, England
Probably one of the most recognisable mineral specimens from the South West Orefield. A specimen showing
Malachite Pseudomorph After Azurite
$1,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Classic Tsumeb Mine Malachite Pseudomorph after Azurite crystals in a V-like configuration. Crystals of
Ferberite Pseudomorph After Scheelite
$350
 Drakelands Mine, England
A rarity from the Drakelands Mine (Hemerdon Mine), Sparkwell, Devon. A single pyramidal trigonal crystal of
Malachite Pseudomorph After Azurite
$900
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Classic well formed Tsumeb Mine pseudomorph of Malachite after Azurite. The major replaced crystal measures to
Malachite Pseudomorph After Azurite
$2,250
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A smooth Malachite pseudomorph of Azurite from the Tsumeb Mine, Namibia. Replaced crystals of Azurite measures
Azurite Partly Pseudomorphed By Malachite
$1,400
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
A very fine inter grown group of thickly bladed Azurite crystals from the Tsumeb Mine, Namibia. Crystals of
Smithsonite Psuedomorph After Dolomite
$5,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
An unusual pseudomorph of Smithsonite after Dolomite formed on a Dolomite cast. Smithsonite replaced crystals
Malachite Pseudomorph After Cuprite
$750
 Hilarion Mine, Greece
Two excellent crystals of Cuprite have been replaced by green Malachite on a gossan Goethite matrix, from the
Malachite Pseudomorphing Azurite
$900
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Tsumeb Mine is famous for pseudomorphs, especially for Malachite after Azurite combinations. This