Sulphides, Sulphosalts and Arsenides

 

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Zinkenite with Sphalerite and Pyrite
$800
 San Jose Mine, Bolivia
Zinkenite is a lead-antimony sulphosalt and this rich specimen, together with Sphalerite and Pyrite, is from
Pyromorphite on Galena
$550
  Pribram, Czech Republic
The ancient Příbram mining district in the Central Bohemian Region of the Czech Republic is often regarded as
Galena with Arsenopyrite and Calcite
$400
 Freiberg, Germany
Slightly modified cuboctahedral Galena crystals and steeply terminated chisel-like Arsenopyrite crystals cover
Millerite
$600
 Friedrich Mine, Germany
A quite gorgeous miniature of beautifully crystallised Millerite from the Friedrich mine at Mittelhof,
Fluorite and Chalcopyrite
$1,800
 Wolsendorf Fluorite Mining District, Germany
What has become known as the Wölsendorf Fluorite Mining District, is an area north of Schwandorf, between
Gratonite
$2,500
 Rio Tinto Mine, Andalusia
This specimen provides a great opportunity to acquire an exceptionally rare species from a world-famous yet
Cubanite
$1,200
 Henderson No.2 Mine, Canada
An excellent specimen of iridescent pale brassy Cubanite from Henderson No. 2 mine at Chibougamau in Québec,
Aikinite with Native Gold and Galena
$3,500
 Berezovskii, Russia
Aikinite is an extremely rare lead-copper-bismuth sulphide often associated with precious metals and this
Fluorite with Quartz and Galena
$850
 Huntingdon Township, Canada
Although the Huntingdon Township district in Hastings County, Ontario was worked only for Fluorite and Talc,
Siegenite
$800
 Siegen, North Rhine-Westphalia
This excellent miniature of the cobalt-nickel sulphide Siegenite is from Siegen in North Rhine-Westphalia,
Millerite
$400
 Friedrich Mine, Germany
A rare example of thickly-crystallised Millerite from Friedrich mine in the municipality of Mittelhof,
Cylindrite
$900
 Santa Cruz Mine, Bolivia
Cylindrite, a lead-tin-iron-antimony sulphosalt, derives its name from the long cylindrical crystals it forms,
Enargite with Quartz
$4,500
 Quiruvilca Mine, La Libertad Department
Enargite, a copper-arsenic sulphosalt, forms magnificent specimens at the Quiruvilca mine in Santiago de Chuco
Chalcocite
$1,500
 Levant Mine, England
The old engine houses of the historic Levant mine still stand proudly, high on the spectacular rugged cliffs
Maucherite
$7,000
 Eisleben, Saxony-Anhalt
Maucherite is an extremely rare nickel arsenide and this magnificent, crystallised miniature is from its type
Pyrite
$500
 Bayerland Mine, Bavaria
This attractive cluster of complexly developed Pyrite crystals is from the Bayerland mine in Bavaria, Germany,
Plagionite
$300
 Wolfsberg, Saxony-Anhalt
The mineral Plagionite is an extremely rare lead-antimony sulphosalt and although no specific mine name is
Galena (Spinel Law Twin)
$950
 Lüderich Mine, Germany
The Lüderich mine near Altenbrück in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, was probably worked for lead and zinc as
Phosgenite in Galena
$350
 Monteponi Mine, Sardinia
A gorgeous tight cluster of transparent gemmy Phosgenite crystals fill a 2.5 x 1.5 cm vug in a matrix of
Pyrargyrite
$650
 Schlema-Hartenstein District, Germany
The Schlema-Hartenstein District in Saxony, Germany, is a silver and uranium mining region.  This fine
Acanthite with Nickeline
$1,000
 Medenec (Kupferberg), Bohemia
This excellent and rare specimen of crystallised Acanthite with Nickeline is from Měděnec in the Ústí nad
Pyrargyrite
$750
 Shaft 366, Saxony
Shaft 366 serviced a section of the Alberoda uranium mining district in Saxony, Germany, although uranium
Acanthite
$650
 Medenec (Kupferberg), Bohemia
A rare specimen of crystallised Acanthite from Měděnec in the Ústí nad Labem Region of the Czech
Diaphorite
$3,500
  Pribram, Czech Republic
A well developed intergrown cluster of the rare silver-lead-antimony sulphosalt Diaphorite, measuring to 5 mm
Pyrargyrite
$1,500
 St. Andreasberg, Germany
A most attractive group of well-formed Pyrargyrite crystals measuring to over 1 cm with a dark grey metallic
Arsenopyrite with Quartz, Siderite and Muscovite
$750
 Yaogangxian Mine, China
Wow!  This super-cute Arsenopyrite with Quartz certainly jumps out at me as a real eye-catcher, a
Fluorite and Fluorapatite with Chalcopyrite
$950
 Krásno, Bohemia
A very pretty, small miniature specimen (or large thumbnail) of almost black, deep blackberry-purple cubic
Kermesite
$500
 Braunsdorf, Germany
Deep violet-carmine-red acicular crystals of the antimony oxysulphide mineral Kermesite form a rich vein
Acanthite on Nickeline
$450
 Medenec (Kupferberg), Bohemia
Crude silver-white crystals of the low temperature silver sulphide Acanthite occur as rich druses between
Chrysocolla ps. after Malachite ps. after Azurite with Quartz
$1,750
 Tenke-Fungurume area, DR Congo
This fine sculptural pseudomorph of vivid sky-blue Chrysocolla replacing Malachite after Azurite and coated in
Marcasite
$3,000
 Cap Blanc-Nez, France
Magnificent silvery-golden crystals of Marcasite form a 3.7 x 6.0 x 3.7 cm ex-matrix cluster from the Cap
Marcasite
$350
 Cap Blanc-Nez, France
Crystallised Marcasite crystals form a roughly 3.5 x 3.6 x 2.7 cm ex-matrix cluster from Cap Blanc-Nez in
Marcasite
$1,200
 Cap Blanc-Nez, France
Excellent silvery-golden crystals of Marcasite form a 2.4 x 2.4 x 2.1 cm ex-matrix cluster from Cap Blanc-Nez
Marcasite
$350
 Cap Blanc-Nez, France
Beautifully crystallised silvery-golden crystals of Marcasite form a roughly 3.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 cm cluster at the
Acanthite, pseudomorphous after Argentite
$8,500
 366 Mine, Saxony
This old-time specimen is labelled Argentite, but as so eloquently explained by mindat, Argentite is only
Proustite
$5,000
 Niederschlema, Germany
The area around Niederschlema in the Schlema Valley became famous over the centuries for its iron, copper,
Tennantite
$4,500
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Without doubt Tennantite, a copper arsenic sulfosalt, is pervasive and ubiquitous throughout the Tsumeb
Galena ps. after Pyromorphite
$8,000
 Kautenbach Mine, Rhineland-Palatinate
The Kautenbach mine near the town of Traben-Trarbach in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, is famous for its
Sperrylite
$6,000
 Talnakh Cu-Ni Deposit, Eastern-Siberian Region
Sperrylite is a platinum arsenide and this good-sized miniature is from the Talnakh Cu-Ni Deposit in the
Quartz with Galena and Tetrahedrite
$350
 Cavnic Mine, Romania
A showy cluster of translucent milky Quartz crystals from Cavnic mine in Romania, almost entirely masking a
Calcite and Pyrite on Quartz
$300
 Levant Mine, England
A good-size cabinet specimen of Calcite and Pyrite on Quartz from the Levant mine at Pendeen in
Baryte with Marcasite
$175
 Ladywash Mine, England
Ladywash mine lies north of the picturesque village of Eyam in Derbyshire, a village famous for its heroic
Galena with Baryte
$300
 Masson Hill Quarry/Mine, England
Although perhaps not so widely known, Masson Hill quarry was a favourite amongst local collectors of
Sphalerite
$300
 Cumbria, England
This fine specimen of crystalised Sphalerite is obviously very old judging by the unprovenanced label glued to
Covellite
$2,250
 Butte, USA
A rosette-like group of interwoven bladed Covellite crystals up to about 3.5 cm wide cover a hidden matrix of
Bournonite with Freibergite
$2,000
 Viboras Mine, Potosí Department
This is a spectacular open group of superb Bournonite crystals displaying an excellent cogwheel habit, all
Fluorite and Sphalerite
$2,000
 Rosiclare District, Illinois
The Rosiclare mine at Rosiclare in Hardin County, Illinois, was a Fluorite producing mine, specimens from
Franklinite with Zinkenite, Willemite and Calcite
$250
 Franklin Furnace, New Jersey
The Franklin-Stirling Hill orebody is one of the most diversely mineralised deposits on Earth containing over