Sulphides, Sulphosalts and Arsenides


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 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
 Berezovskii, Russia
Aikinite is an extremely rare lead-copper-bismuth sulphide often associated with precious metals and this
Fluorite with Quartz and Galena
 Huntingdon Township, Canada
Although the Huntingdon Township district in Hastings County, Ontario was worked only for Fluorite and Talc,
 Siegen, North Rhine-Westphalia
This excellent miniature of the cobalt-nickel sulphide Siegenite is from Siegen in North Rhine-Westphalia,
 Friedrich Mine, Germany
A rare example of thickly-crystallised Millerite from Friedrich mine in the municipality of Mittelhof,
 Santa Cruz Mine, Bolivia
Cylindrite, a lead-tin-iron-antimony sulphosalt, derives its name from the long cylindrical crystals it forms,
Enargite with Quartz
 Quiruvilca Mine, La Libertad Department
Enargite, a copper-arsenic sulphosalt, forms magnificent specimens at the Quiruvilca mine in Santiago de Chuco
 Levant Mine, England
The old engine houses of the historic Levant mine still stand proudly, high on the spectacular rugged cliffs
 Eisleben, Saxony-Anhalt
Maucherite is an extremely rare nickel arsenide and this magnificent, crystallised miniature is from its type
 Bayerland Mine, Bavaria
This attractive cluster of complexly developed Pyrite crystals is from the Bayerland mine in Bavaria, Germany,
 Wolfsberg, Saxony-Anhalt
The mineral Plagionite is an extremely rare lead-antimony sulphosalt and although no specific mine name is
Galena (Spinel Law Twin)
 Lüderich Mine, Germany
The Lüderich mine near Altenbrück in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany, was probably worked for lead and zinc as
Phosgenite in Galena
 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
 Schlema-Hartenstein District, Germany
The Schlema-Hartenstein District in Saxony, Germany, is a silver and uranium mining region.  This fine
Acanthite with Nickeline
 Medenec (Kupferberg), Bohemia
This excellent and rare specimen of crystallised Acanthite with Nickeline is from Měděnec in the Ústí nad
 Shaft 366, Saxony
Shaft 366 serviced a section of the Alberoda uranium mining district in Saxony, Germany, although uranium
 Medenec (Kupferberg), Bohemia
A rare specimen of crystallised Acanthite from Měděnec in the Ústí nad Labem Region of the Czech
  Pribram, Czech Republic
A well developed intergrown cluster of the rare silver-lead-antimony sulphosalt Diaphorite, measuring to 5 mm
 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
 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
 Krásno, Bohemia
A very pretty, small miniature specimen (or large thumbnail) of almost black, deep blackberry-purple cubic
 Braunsdorf, Germany
Deep violet-carmine-red acicular crystals of the antimony oxysulphide mineral Kermesite form a rich vein
Acanthite on Nickeline
 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
 Tenke-Fungurume area, DR Congo
This fine sculptural pseudomorph of vivid sky-blue Chrysocolla replacing Malachite after Azurite and coated in
 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
 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
 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
 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
 366 Mine, Saxony
This old-time specimen is labelled Argentite, but as so eloquently explained by mindat, Argentite is only
 Niederschlema, Germany
The area around Niederschlema in the Schlema Valley became famous over the centuries for its iron, copper,
 Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Without doubt Tennantite, a copper arsenic sulfosalt, is pervasive and ubiquitous throughout the Tsumeb
Galena ps. after Pyromorphite
 Kautenbach Mine, Rhineland-Palatinate
The Kautenbach mine near the town of Traben-Trarbach in Rhineland-Palatinate, Germany, is famous for its
 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
 Cavnic Mine, Romania
A showy cluster of translucent milky Quartz crystals from Cavnic mine in Romania, almost entirely masking a
Cinnabar with Quartz
 Nikitovka Hg Deposit, Ukraine
This splendid large thumbnail is an intermixed mass of granular and crystalline Cinnabar with milky-white
Calcite and Pyrite on Quartz
 Levant Mine, England
A good-size cabinet specimen of Calcite and Pyrite on Quartz from the Levant mine at Pendeen in
Baryte with Marcasite
 Ladywash Mine, England
Ladywash mine lies north of the picturesque village of Eyam in Derbyshire, a village famous for its heroic
Galena with Baryte
 Masson Hill Quarry/Mine, England
Although perhaps not so widely known, Masson Hill quarry was a favourite amongst local collectors of
 Cumbria, England
This fine specimen of crystalised Sphalerite is obviously very old judging by the unprovenanced label glued to
 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
 Viboras Mine, Potosí Department
This is a spectacular open group of superb Bournonite crystals displaying an excellent cogwheel habit, all
Fluorite and Sphalerite
 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
 Franklin Furnace, New Jersey
The Franklin-Stirling Hill orebody is one of the most diversely mineralised deposits on Earth containing over
Bournonite and Freibergite on Quartz
 Viboras Mine, Potosí Department
Delightful, intermeshed cogwheels of bright metallic silver-grey Bournonite overgrown with granular gunmetal
Freieslebenite, Siderite and Quartz
 Filon Rico, Castile-La Mancha
Freieslebenite is a rare silver-lead-antimony sulphosalt and in this superb specimen forms as
 Himmelfahrt Mine, Germany
This is a world-class miniature of the rare silver-antimony sulphosalt Stephanite, displaying magnificent
 San Genaro Mine, Peru
This wonderful specimen of the rare silver-antimony sulphosalt Miargyrite is from the San Genaro mine in
Rhodonite with Galena and Spessartine Garnet
 North Mine, Australia
Another red mineral from North Mine at Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia, which rather surprisingly