Sulphides, Sulphosalts and Arsenides


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 International Colliery, Bridgend
This fine example of the nickel sulphide Millerite is from the International Colliery at Blaengarw, near to
Fluorite with Dolomite, Pyrite and Quartz
 Cambokeels Mine, England
Large, semi-transparent, hexagonal Quartz crystals with colourless cubic Fluorite crystals form a large mound
 Crenver And Wheal Abraham, England
An unusual and well crystallised small cabinet specimen of Chalcocite from Crenver and Wheal Abraham in the
Bournonite with Freibergite and Pyrite on Quartz
 Viboras Mine, Potosí Department
The Viboras mine at Machacamarca in Bolivia is particularly famous for its Bournonite. This fine miniature
 Santa Cruz Mine, Bolivia
Cylindrite, a lead-tin-iron-antimony sulphosalt, derives its name from the long cylindrical crystals it forms
 Casapalca, Peru
An off-matrix cluster of metallic, highly lustrous Tetrahedrite crystals from Casapalca mine in Huarochiri
Galena with Sphalerite
 Ballard Mine, Kansas
Lead grey cubic crystals of metallic Galena to 2.2 cm displaying interesting surface growth patterns of
Bournonite, Sphalerite and Pyrite
 Baia Sprie, Romania
The Baia Sprie mining region in Maramureș County, Romania is one of Europe’s most famous ore deposits where
Sphalerite with Quartz and Pyrite
 Dognecea (Dognácska), Caras-Severin Co.
The village of Dognecea is set in a picturesque valley surrounded by wooded hillsides and the nearby mining
Native Gold with Sphalerite
 Rosia Montana, Romania
The gold deposits at Rosia Montana in Alba County, Romania have been worked since at least Roman times and is
 Baia Sprie, Romania
This fabulous Stibnite from Baia Sprie in Romania appears to me as a spectacular pseudomorph after Baryte,
Quartz on Siderite with Sphalerite
 Příbram District, Czech Republic
An excellent miniature of curved blades of Siderite overgrowing a core of black Sphalerite with the entire
Dolomite with Chalcopyrite
 Dreislar Mine, Germany
A most attractive small miniature from a most attractive small mine! A comment not frequently made! Bright
Bournonite with Freibergite
 Viboras Mine, Potosí Department
The Viboras mine at Machacamarca in the Potosí Department of Bolivia is most famous for its well-crystallised
Sphalerite with Calcite
 Trepca Complex, Kosovo
This large cabinet specimen of jet-black Sphalerite with biscuit-tan Calcite is, without any exaggeration,
 Freiberg, Germany
Two well-formed ruby-red Proustite crystals measuring to 1 cm tall from Freiberg in Saxony, Germany. Crystals
 San Germán mine, Potosí Department
Andorite is a rare silver-lead-antimony sulphosalt and this large cabinet specimen is from the San Germán mine
Galena on Quartz
 Dal'negorsk, Russia
This splendid thumbnail specimen has a single and almost perfect solitary Galena spinel twinned crystal
Tennantite with Quartz
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Tennantite was one of the main copper ores at the Tsumeb mine in Namibia. This beautifully crystallised
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
A nice solid and blocky example of the rare zinc arsenite Leiteite from its type locality at the Tsumeb mine
 Sacarimb (Nagyag), Romania
Nagyágite is a rare lead-gold-tellurium-antimony sulphosalt often containing other metallic elements and forms
Acanthite with Stephanite
 Johanngeorgenstadt, Germany
Intermixed Acanthite with Stephanite form a rich silver-black metallic crystalline group of part octahedral
 Rio Tinto Mine, Andalusia
This specimen provides a great opportunity to acquire an exceptionally rare species from a world-famous yet
 Les Malines District, France
A solid, ex-matrix mass of graphite-grey Bournonite crystals from Les Malines Mining District in
 Bristol Copper Mine, USA
A rare specimen of Chalcocite crystals from the long-closed Bristol Copper mine in Connecticut, USA. The
Fluorite with Sphalerite
 Elmwood Mine, USA
A stunning cabinet specimen of a part cubic crystal of colour-zoned lilac to purple Fluorite with attached
 Cerro De Pasco, Peru
Well-formed crystals of the rare mineral Gratonite, a lead-arsenic sulphosalt, individually developed from 1
 Sacarimb (Nagyag), Romania
Nagyágite is a rare lead-gold-tellurium-antimony sulphosalt often containing other metallic elements and forms
 Dzhezkazgan Mining District, Kazakhstan
Betekhtinite is a rare copper-iron-lead sulphide. This excellent ex-matrix, large thumbnail, is a mass of
 Santiago Alto mine, Potosí Department
Micro-acicular, golden-orange crystals of the rare silver sulphosalt Pyrostilpnite can be seen mainly
 San Juan De Rayas Mine, Mexico
A well-crystallized large thumbnail of Pyrargyrite forming intergrown crystals to nearly 2 cm with some
Calcite with Chalcopyrite
 Greystone Quarry, UK
Wow, a super small cabinet specimen of towering composite Calcite crystals to 7 cm tall from Greystone quarry
 Coed-Ely Colliery, UK
A superb Millerite from the famous Coed-Ely Colliery in Rhondda Cynon Taf, Wales, possibly the most famous
Anglesite with Galena
 Bage Mine, England
A rich specimen of blocky Anglesite crystals covering the top of a tarnished Galena matrix from Bage mine at
Calcite with Sphalerite and Fluorite
 Millclose Mine, England
A double terminated pale honey-yellow Calcite crystal measuring 3.8 x 1.8 x 1.7 cm, perched on a small plate
Sphalerite with Quartz
 Wheal Jane, England
A terrific miniature of jet black lustrous Sphalerite crystals surrounding prominent acicular Quartz crystals
Pyrite on Quartz
 Blackdene Mine, County Durham
A bright metallic brassy coloured specimen of intergrown cubic Pyrite crystals measuring to 1.4 cm on a
Pyrargyrite with Acanthite and Calcite
 St. Andreasberg, Germany
This remarkably fine small cabinet specimen of Pyrargyrite with Acanthite and Calcite is from the famous and
 Hiendelaencina, Spain
A rich miniature of the rare silver-lead sulphosalt Freieslebenite from Hiendelaencina in the Province
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Pyrite from Tsumeb is not common and well crystallised specimens like this are exceedingly rare.  The
Pyrite with Quartz
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Although Pyrite was very common throughout the Tsumeb orebody, specimen quality material was relatively rare
 Tsumeb Mine, Oshikoto Region (Otjikoto Region)
Rare for the Tsumeb mine in Namibia, skeletal-hopper habit metallic grey Galena crystals form a fascinating
 Madan Ore Field, Bulgaria
An excellent miniature of very well-developed tetrahedral Sphalerite crystals all to about 1 cm along each
 Ichinokawa Mine, Japan
A stunning large cabinet-sized specimen of wonderfully crystallised Stibnite from the legendary Ichinokawa
 Fowey Consols, England
A pleasing specimen composed entirely of Chalcopyrite showing many crystallised faces and capped with two
Tennantite on Chalcopyrite
 Wheal Jewel, England
A sparkling metallic grey intergrown druse of crystalline Tennantite which mostly covers the display face of
 South Crofty Mine, England
A quite aesthetic and interesting small cabinet specimen of spherical nodular domes of brassy to golden-silver
Connellite with Chalcophyllite
 Wheal Gorland, England
The halide Connellite is a hydrous copper chloro-sulphate and is a rare mineral within Cornwall’s richly