Sulphides, Sulphosalts and Arsenides

 

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Pyrite with Quartz
$200
 Greystone Quarry, UK
Greystone quarry is situated a little to the south of Launceston in central north Cornwall and works an area
Tennantite
$300
 Wheal Jewel, England
An excellent miniature of greyish-black to steely-grey Tennantite, as equant crystals forming a piled-up mound
Pyrite with Quartz
$100
 Greystone Quarry, UK
A good and representative well crystallised Pyrite with Quartz from Greystone quarry at Lezant, near to
Bornite
$1,000
 Carn Brea Mine, England
Well crystallised Bornite is not common, especially from Cornwall, making this cabinet specimen a fine example
Galena
$250
 Cloud Hill Quarry, England
Cloud Hill Quarry at Breedon on the Hill in Leicestershire has become a modern classic because of the
Spessartine Garnet in Galena
$7,500
 North Mine, New South Wales
Spessartine Garnet in Galena is one of the most readily recognisable specimens from the world-famous mines at
Alabandite
$2,500
 Zinc Corporation Mine, Australia
A terrific specimen of the rare manganese sulphide Alabandite from the Zinc Corporation mine at Broken Hill,
Manganoan Calcite with Pyrite
$400
 Broken Hill, Australia
A long and narrow group of sub-vertical, translucent pale pink Manganoan Calcite crystals form a jagged
Pyrite on Calcite
$1,500
 Zinc Corporation Mine, Australia
A great specimen of Calcite from the Zinc Corporation mine at Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia,
Chalcocite with Calcite
$600
 Rocklands Copper Mine, Queensland
A rare and incredibly rich Chalcocite from the new Rocklands mine a few kilometres west of Cloncurry in
Chalcostibite, Sphalerite and Boulangerite
$1,500
 Herja Mine, Romania
Chalcostibite is an antimony copper sulphide and richly covers this plate of nicely crystallised Quartz. 
Chalcopyrite
$300
 Redruth Mining District, England
A solid crystallised intergrown group of Chalcopyrite crystals from the Redruth Mining District in south-west
Chalcopyrite
$350
 Siegen, North Rhine-Westphalia
Golden-brassy Chalcopyrite crystals completely cover a hidden Quartz matrix, part of which is only visible on
Chalcocite
$250
 Geevor Mine, England
An off-matrix, double terminated tabular crystal of Chalcocite, exhibiting both steely-blue and gunmetal-grey
Tennantite
$3,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Sooty and matt, dark grey-black tetrahedral crystals of Tennantite with edges typically to 1.0 cm, but up to
Tennantite
$5,000
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Tennantite was one of the main copper ores at the Tsumeb mine in Namibia.  This beautifully crystallised
Bornite
$7,500
 Kambove District, Katanga (Shaba)
A stunning and perfect euhedral Bornite crystal perched on a similar but mini-crystal from the district around
Chalcocite
$2,000
 Flambeau Mine, USA
A nodular mound of sooty-black Chalcocite with a subtle patina of  iridescent, metallic peacock blue and
Stibnite with Quartz
$350
 Příbram, Czech Republic
A rich small cabinet specimen of metallic, steely blue-black Stibnite as acicular crystals and long narrow
Cerussite with Sphalerite and Quartz on Galena
$250
 Stribro (Mies), Czech Republic
A mixed Quartz and Galena matrix is encrusted on its top surface with matt lead-grey, rather crude, Galena
Sphalerite
$450
 Madan Ore Field, Bulgaria
A really excellent specimen of very well-developed tetrahedral Sphalerite crystals, all to about 1 cm along
Calcite with Boulangerite inclusions
$350
 Herja Mine, Romania
A splendid 3.5 cm diameter, flying saucer-like flattened rhombohedral crystal of Calcite completely included
Cobaltite
$650
 Tunaberg, Sweden
A delightful, off-matrix, interpenetrant twin of Cobaltite from the Tunaberg copper-cobalt ore field, at
Galena with Calcite on Quartz
$400
 Orzeł Biały Mine, Upper Silesia
This small miniature is formed from a cluster of bright metallic, highly lustrous Galena crystals as
Galena with Marcasite and Sphalerite
$250
 Pomorzany Mine, Poland
An densely-clustered intergrown group of cubic lead-grey Galena crystals cover a small matrix of
Wurtzite
$1,000
 Gyöngyösoroszi, Heves Co.
Wurtzite, a dimorph of sphalerite, occurs in many sizes and habits at Gyöngyösoroszi in the Mátra Mountains of
Pyrite
$1,200
 Tuscany, Italy
Known to originate from Tuscany, it would be nice to pinpoint its exact location, but there are a number of
Calcite with Boulangerite inclusions
$900
 Herja Mine, Romania
An amazing group of intergrown snow-white Calcite spheres and hemispheres all of which have their top half
Sphalerite
$350
  Pribram, Czech Republic
About thirty lustrous ruby-red Sphalerite crystals averaging 3 to 4 mm are scattered over a flat plate of mid
Galena with Quartz
$650
 Stribro (Mies), Czech Republic
Dark grey to black cubic crystals of Galena to 1.4 cm on edge richly cover a flat plate of light grey, glassy
Berthierite
$6,000
 Herja Mine, Romania
A real showstopper! A large and completely freestanding, undamaged broad fan-like spray of acicular, bright,
Stibnite
$500
 Kremnica, Slovakia
A curious specimen of highly metallic lustrous acicular Stibnite covered in milky white Chalcedony from
Andradite on Chalcopyrite
$400
 Dognecea, Romania
Lovely caramel brown rhombododecahedral lustrous andradites measuring up to 1 cm on matt black tetragonal
Pyrargyrite
$6,500
 Pribram, Czech Republic
A large group of dull grey columnar exfoliated crystals of Pyrargyrite. On the back there is a contact point
Miargyrite
$8,500
 Neue Hoffnung Gottes Mine, Germany
Crystals of the rare silver-antimony sulphide Miargyrite are developed in this very fine specimen up to 7 mm
Galena with Siderite and Calcite
$6,500
 Pfaffenberg Mine, Germany
A magnificent crystal of Galena measuring 4.0 x 3.3 x 1.8 cm rests on a bed of lustrous deep tan Siderite
Stephanite
$4,000
 Niederschlema, Germany
A superb specimen of crystallised Stephanite, a silver-antimony sulfosalt from Niederschlema in the
Tetrahedrite
$850
 Samson Mine, Germany
A most attractive specimen of bright silver, highly reflective metallic crystals of Tetrahedrite in and around
Pyrargyrite
$3,500
 Siegerland, Germany
A stunning specimen of the silver-antimony sulphosalt Pyrargyrite as equant composite crystals on an
Baryte with Galena
$600
 Christian-Levin Mine, Germany
Translucent, pale sky-blue blades of Baryte form a series of five separated, parallel plates over and into a
Plagionite on Galena
$4,000
 Pfannenberger Einigkeit Mine, North Rhine-Westphalia
Grey-black metallic globular clusters of the very rare mineral Plagionite are richly distributed over a
Pyrite and Calcite on Quartz
$250
 Herdorf, Germany
Two composite cubes of brassy-golden Pyrite sit atop a small plate of etched Calcite crystals over a matrix of
Galena pseudomorph after Orthoclase
$200
 Nassau, Germany
A great ex-matrix specimen of a Galena pseudomorph after an Orthoclase feldspar Carlsbad twin from Nassau,
Siegenite
$450
 Stahlberg Mine (Schwabengrube), Germany
Excellent crystals of dark steel-blue Siegenite with an attractive iridescence from its type locality at
Nickeline
$250
 Mansfeld Basin, Saxony-Anhalt
A terrific miniature, rich in botryoidal mounds of metallic pale rose-copper-pink Nickeline on a black
Anglesite with Galena
$750
 Wanlockhead, Scotland
This specimen would certainly not win any prizes in the beauty stakes, but is a mouth watering delight for the
Arsenopyrite
$800
 St Ives Consolidated Mines, England
A remarkable specimen of Arsenopyrite from the St. Ives Consolidated mines by St. Ives in western Cornwall,
Olivenite
$500
 Wheal Gorland, England
Acicular crystals of semi-transparent olive-lime-green Olivenite line the vuggy surface of an opaque white