Sulphides, Sulphosalts and Arsenides

 

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Calcite with Pyrite
$650
 Příbram, Czech Republic
This spectacular small cabinet specimen of Calcite with Pyrite is from the Príbram Mining District in Central
Chalcocite
$650
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Chalcocite is not uncommon from the Tsumeb mine in Namibia but this large thumbnail is exceptional for the
Fluorite with Fluorapatite, Chalcopyrite and Quartz
$1,200
 Horní Slavkov (Schlaggenwald), Bohemia
This mouth-wateringly delicious small miniature features two prominent cubic crystals of mottled, translucent
Marcasite
$400
 Magnesite Deposit, Austria
A well-formed cluster of intergrown, broad-bladed Marcasite crystals measuring overall to 3 cm is attached to
Chalcopyrite
$400
 Banská Štiavnica (Schemnitz), Banská Bystrica Region
Intergrown, brassy-golden Chalcopyrite crystals of up to 2 cm entirely cover the display face and sides of a
Proustite on Calcite
$900
 Freiberg, Germany
Metallic silvery-red crystals of the silver-arsenide sulphosalt Proustite, measuring to 5 mm, are associated
Siderite with Chalcopyrite on Quartz
$450
 South Crofty Mine, England
The mines in the Illogan district, an area between Camborne and Redruth in Cornwall, often produced very fine
Bournonite with Quartz
$2,500
 Herodsfoot Mine, England
Quartz; Bournonite forming thick cogwheel blades; Herodsfoot mine; need more be said?  One of the true
Bismuthinite
$600
 Fowey Consols, England
Fowey Consols, close to St Blazey and north east of St Austell, was one of the most important copper mines in
Tetrahedrite and Chalcopyrite on Quartz ps. after Baryte
$1,600
 Herodsfoot Mine, England
A spectacular cabinet specimen displaying to perfection a true classic combination of minerals form Herodsfoot
Baryte with Chalcopyrite
$400
 Mount Wellington Mine, England
An interesting combination of Baryte and Chalcopyrite from Mount Wellington mine near the village of Cusgarne
Tennantite with Chalcocite
$350
 Cook's Kitchen Mine, Cornwall
This small cabinet specimen of intermixed Tennantite with Chalcocite richly coating a vuggy Quartz veinstone
Galena with Marcasite
$450
 Salchendorf, Germany
This Galena with Marcasite is a fine cabinet specimen from Salchendorf in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, a
Sphalerite
$850
 Plaka Mines, Attikí Prefecture
The Plaka mining district to the north of the Kamariza mines was actually the most productive district in the
Bournonite with Quartz
$1,500
 Baia Sprie, Romania
A really fine small cabinet specimen of Bournonite from Baia Sprie in Romania. Crystals of metallic grey
Orpiment
$800
 Cut 62, Nevada
I have to admit this is a locality unfamiliar to me, Cut 62 at Twin Creeks mine in Humboldt County, Nevada,
Cassiterite and Arsenopyrite on Quartz
$300
 Yaogangxian Mine, China
Many a specimen from the Yaogangxian mine in Yizhang County, Hunan Province, China, passes though our hands
Kermesite with Stibnite and Pääkkönenite (?)
$650
 Bräunsdorf, Saxony
Fine, acicular divergent bundles of deep carmine red Kermesite measuring to 1 cm occupy areas of an elongated
Skutterudite
$120
 Schneeberg District, Germany
A rich example of the cobalt arsenide Skutterudite from the Schneeberg mining district in Erzgebirge, Saxony,
Galena with Quartz, Sphalerite and Calcite
$350
 Herja Mine, Romania
I think I can speak for most collectors to say Galena displaying a ‘melted’ look, characteristic of Bulgaria
Pyrite
$800
 Trepca Complex, Kosovo
A really beautiful cabinet specimen of Pyrite with Siderite from the mines of the Trepča Complex within
Galena
$350
 West Fork Mine, Missouri
I’ve seen and handled many a Galena cube in my time, but my-oh-my, this is one mighty beauty! Dare I say it
Sphalerite with Baryte and Fluorite
$700
 Elmwood Mine, USA
Wow, what a fabulous and very different cabinet specimen! A hedgehog-like dome of radiating, lustrous
Galena with Siderite
$800
 Neudorf, Germany
A bright and highly reflective, silver cuboctahedral crystal of Galena nestles in a bed of magnificent golden
Proustite on Calcite
$1,500
 Schlema, Germany
An excellent miniature of gemmy, ruby-red Proustite on crystals of translucent Calcite from the
Arsenopyrite
$200
 Yaogangxian Mine, China
One of the many joys of mineralogy is, should you ever think you have witnessed every possible variant of a
Siderite and Baryte with Pyrrhotite and Quartz
$750
 Morro Velho Mine, Brazil
This fabulous large cabinet specimen of beautifully crystallised golden tan Siderite and Baryte with
Stromeyerite
$2,000
 Alexander Shaft (Alexander Mine), Bohemia
A rare and characteristic specimen of the silver-copper sulphide Stromeyerite from the Alexander mines at
Linnaeite with Millerite, Chalcopyrite and Galena
$6,000
 Jungfer Mine, North Rhine-Westphalia
A fine polymetallic specimen of Linnaeite with Millerite, Chalcopyrite and Galena from the Jungfer mine at
Sphalerite with Quartz, Galena and Calcite on Pyrrhotite
$800
 Dal'negorsk, Far-Eastern Region
Jeepers creepers! What an amazing and rather stunning specimen of Sphalerite capping a horizontal base of
Tetrahedrite
$600
 Casapalca, Lima Department
This showy and quite splendid cabinet specimen of Tetrahedrite is most likely from the actual Casapalca mine
Sphalerite
$400
 Shizhuyuan Mine, Hunan
An equant dodecahedral Sphalerite crystal measuring 1.3 cm in diameter sits at the centre of a undulating
Xanthoconite
$500
 Trebsko, Czech Republic
Micro-crystals of the rare silver-arsenic sulphosalt Xanthoconite form tiny clusters of orange-red to
Calcite with Pyrite
$850
 Příbram District, Czech Republic
Calcite and Pyrite are deceptively simple species for what is a truly beautiful specimen from the Příbram
Chalcocite
$350
 Carn Brea Area, Cornwall
Well formed pseudo-hexagonal Chalcocite crystals are densely packed over two areas of a mid to dark grey
Nagyágite
$650
 Săcărâmb (Nagyág), Hunedoara County
This more modestly priced example of the rare lead-antimony gold telluride Nagyágite is an ideal addition for
Wurtzite with Galena, Sphalerite and Quartz
$650
  Pribram, Czech Republic
This rich combination of species is built up from an underlying core of massive Sphalerite capped with a 1 cm
Argentopyrite
$3,500
 Samson Mine, Germany
Argentopyrite is a rare silver-iron sulphur trioxide, a very seldom encountered species. This miniature is a
Baryte with Dolomite, Calcite and Pyrite
$600
 Příbram District, Czech Republic
A busy miniature comprising of 3 cm tall, smoky grey Baryte crystals (which look more like calcite) with
Sphalerite with Quartz
$600
 Nentsberry Haggs Mine, England
This fine cabinet specimen of Sphalerite with Quartz was collected by Sir Arthur Russell from the
Chalcocite
$600
 Geevor Mine, England
Well-formed clustered and single crystals of metallic grey Chalcocite measuring to 1.1 cm are developed over a
Sphalerite on Fluorite
$250
 Ladywash Mine, England
This small cabinet specimen of Sphalerite on Fluorite is fine representative example of the characteristic
Tetrahedrite with Chalcopyrite
$450
 Herodsfoot Mine, England
A great Tetrahedrite with Chalcopyrite from the world-famous Herodsfoot mine at Lanreath near Liskeard in
Pyrite on Quartz
$200
 Blackdene Mine, County Durham
A bright metallic, brassy coloured specimen of intergrown cubic Pyrite crystals measuring to 1.4 cm on a
Chalcopyrite
$950
 Friedrich-Wilhelm Mine, Rhineland-Palatinate
It’s easy to forget just how good Chalcopyrite can be and this beautiful large miniature is an apt reminder
Quartz with Pyrite and Calcite
$7,500
 Cavnic, Romania
Pyrite and Calcite coat a remarkably fine group of large Quartz crystals to form a stunning large cabinet
Nagyágite
$800
 Sacarimb (Nagyag), Romania
Nagyágite is a rare lead-gold-tellurium-antimony sulphosalt often containing other metallic elements and forms
Galena with Sphalerite and Quartz
$600
 Cavnic, Romania
A bright and busy, good-size cabinet specimen of intergrown, metallic silver-grey Galena in the cuboctahedral