Sulphides, Sulphosalts and Arsenides

 

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Chalcopyrite on Dolomite
$300
 New Glencrieff Vein, UK
A single brassy 6 x 4 x 3 mm Chalcopyrite crystal nestles on a matrix of sharp, creamy Dolomite crystals from
Baryte with Calcite on Galena
$2,500
 New Glencrieff Mine, UK
A magnificent group of bladed, opaque, snow-white Baryte crystals forms two ball-like rosettes of
Anglesite with Galena
$750
 Wanlockhead, UK
This specimen would certainly not win any prizes in the beauty stakes but is a mouth-watering delight for the
Galena
$800
 Leadhills, Scotland
A characteristic and beautifully crystallised miniature Galena from the Leadhills mining district in
Acanthite with Stephanite
$850
 Johanngeorgenstadt, Germany
Intermixed Acanthite with Stephanite form a rich silver-black metallic crystalline group of part octahedral
Kermesite
$500
 Braunsdorf, Germany
Deep violet-carmine-red acicular crystals of the antimony oxysulphide Kermesite, form a rich vein section in a
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
Calcite with included Boulangerite
$800
 Herja Mine, Romania
The Herja mine in Romania is famous for its wonderful Boulangerite-included Calcites and this delightful
Cobaltite
$650
 Tunaberg, Sweden
A delightful, off-matrix, interpenetrant twin of Cobaltite from the Tunaberg copper-cobalt ore field, at
Parapierrotite with Realgar
$200
 Allchar, Kavadarci
Metallic, greyish-black micro-crystal clusters of Parapierrotite occur in a matrix of blood red to bright
Cinnabar with Quartz
$600
 Nikitovka Hg Deposit, Ukraine
Blood red Cinnabar crystals to 5 mm are scattered over rich clusters of needle-like, colourless to milky white
Sphalerite on Arsenopyrite
$500
 Trepca Complex, Kosovo
An excellent intergrown group of lustrous black Sphalerite crystals measuring overall to 3.5 cm, on a metallic
Bournite with Pyrite
$800
 Baia Sprie, Romania
Fine, well-formed characteristic crystals of lustrous steel grey Bournonite measuring to 1 cm are richly
Stibnite
$750
 Kremnica, Slovakia
Bright metallic silvery-grey prismatic crystals of Stibnite invest a white Quartz matrix with many Stibnite
Galena with Fluorite and Quartz
$1,750
 Layer Cake Pocket, England
The Layer Cake Pocket aptly describes its contents with this small cabinet specimen being an exemplary
Fluorite with Sphalerite
$6,500
 Diana Vein, North Pennines
This magnificent large cabinet specimen of Fluorite with Sphalerite and minor Siderite is from the Diana Vein
Sphalerite
$300
 St. Agnes, England
A small miniature cluster of well crystallised, intergrown lustrous black Sphalerite crystals measuring up to
Acanthite
$250
 Freiberg, Germany
More a small fingernail than thumbnail specimen of beautifully crystallised Acanthite, attached to a thin
Allargentum
$450
 Shaft 371, Germany
Allargentum is a natural alloy of silver and antimony. This impressive small cabinet specimen is from Shaft
Millerite with Baryte on Siderite
$1,500
 Pfannenberger Einigkeit Mine, North Rhine-Westphalia
This stunning miniature of radiating acicular Millerite crystals with intergrown, small blades of Baryte
Pyrite
$500
 Bayerland Mine, Bavaria
Highly lustrous, octahedral Pyrite crystals of silver-white-gold richly cover a mound of light grey granular
Nickelskutterudite
$200
 Schneeberg District, Germany
Bright silvery intergrown crystals of Nickelskutterudite, averaging around 7 mm and up to 9 mm, cover a matrix
Polybasite
$600
 Freiberg, Germany
Richly intergrown, lustrous metallic black plates of pseudohexagonal Polybasite crystals measuring to 3 mm
Stibnite
$4,000
 Antimony Mine, Burgenland
The Antimony Mine, located 2 km north of Stadtschlaining in Austria, began operations in the 1700s, exploiting
Cinnabar with Siderite
$2,500
 Polster, Styria
A superb miniature of rich buttery-tan, rhombohedral crystals of Siderite with a single, gemmy, blood-red
Marcasite
$350
 Cap Blanc-Nez, France
Marcasite crystals form a roughly 3.5 x 3.6 x 2.7 cm ex-matrix cluster from Cap Blanc-Nez in France. Cap
Marcasite
$350
 Cap Blanc-Nez, France
Beautifully crystallised, metallic, silvery-golden crystals of Marcasite form a roughly 3.5 x 1.5 x 1.5 cm
Zinkenite
$1,000
 Saint-Pons area, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur
A fine specimen of the sulphosalt Zinkenite, forming an array of acicular bladed metallic grey crystals richly
Bornite pseudomorph after Chalcocite
$900
 Levant Mine, England
This excellent thumbnail pseudomorph of Bornite after Chalcocite is from Levant mine at Trewellard near to St
Marcasite with Calcite
$200
 Parc Mine, Wales
Many collectors will own or be familiar with the series of seven books by J. Bennett and R. Vernon, Mines of
Galena with Sphalerite and Quartz
$1,500
 Millclose Mine, England
A fascinating formation of Galena crystals from Millclose mine in South Darley, close to Matlock in
Calcite with Pyrite
$7,500
 Uranium Mine No. 21, Central Bohemia Region
This relatively large cabinet specimen of Pyrite coating Calcite is an absolute treasure. It would look
Valentinite with Sphalerite, Galena and Quartz
$800
 Příbram District, Czech Republic
Although the wonderful label accompanying this large miniature proves it is from an old collection, its
Pyrite on Sphalerite on Quartz
$1,200
 Stříbro (Mies), Bohemia (Böhmen; Boehmen)
This cabinet specimen of Pyrite overgrowing Sphalerite on Quartz is beautifully aesthetic. As an added bonus,
Bournonite with Arsenopyrite on Quartz
$200
  Pribram, Czech Republic
A single Bournonite crystal, 1.7 cm across at it widest point, sits amongst perfectly crystallised, bright
Tetrahedrite
$7,500
  Pribram, Czech Republic
Excellent, well-defined crystals of bright metallic, silvery grey Tetrahedrite measuring to 1.2 cm, are richly
Jamesonite
$400
  Pribram, Czech Republic
Acicular metallic silver grey crystals of Jamesonite fill cavities in a banded Quartz veinstone matrix from
Marcasite
$2,000
 Vintířov, Bohemia (Böhmen; Boehmen)
A fine cabinet specimen displaying multiple arrays of twinned arrowhead metallic light golden Marcasite
Calcite with Boulangerite
$9,500
 Herja Mine, Romania
The Herja mine, close to Baia Mare in Maramureș County, Romania, produced lead, zinc, antimony and silver and
Nagyagite
$9,500
 Săcărâmb, Hunedoara
The rare lead-gold-tellurium sulphosalt Nagyagite is one of the iconic mineral species from its type locality
Stibiconite on Stibnite
$250
 Baia Sprie, Romania
Masses of intergrown, long acicular, silver-black Stibnite crystals to over 1.5 cm long are coated in a
Stibnite with Calcite
$750
 Herja Mine, Romania
The combination of translucent milky Calcite crystals distributed amongst, and pierced by, broad acicular
Pyrite
$1,200
 Botești, Alba Co.
Richly intergrown cubic crystals of light metallic golden Pyrite measuring to 2 cm on edge cover a solid plate
Polybasite
$600
 Clara Mine, Germany
This small cabinet specimen has two important qualities which make it something rather special. Number one it
Plagionite
$800
 Wolfsberg, Saxony-Anhalt
A rich, small miniature of the rare lead sulphosalt Plagionite forming blocky, silvery steel grey metallic
Arsenopyrite with Quartz
$200
  Pribram, Czech Republic
A 1.5 x 1.2 x 0.5 cm spray of cockscomb Arsenopyrite crystals rests within a bed and matrix of small,
Galena
$450
 Madan Ore Field, Bulgaria
The Madan Ore Field in the Rhodope Mountains of Bulgaria has been worked since early Roman times and although
Cinnabar
$600
 Avala Mines, Belgrade
A rich vein of cochineal-maroon-red Cinnabar sandwiched within a banded white Quartz-vein matrix. Within the