• Acanthite Pseudomorph After Native Silver
  • Acanthite Pseudomorph After Native Silver
  • Acanthite Pseudomorph After Native Silver
  • Acanthite Pseudomorph After Native Silver
  • Acanthite Pseudomorph After Native Silver
  • Acanthite Pseudomorph After Native Silver
Pseudomorphs

Acanthite Pseudomorph After Native Silver

ID: CC5276

A fine display of Native Silver wires replaced by Acanthite from the famous Himmelsfurst Mine, Erzgebirge, Germany. Classic curled wires of Native Silver have developed as a Medusa-like formation atop a solid Acanthite replaced Native Silver mass, with a metallic dark grey colour. A great specimen of Acanthite replaced Native Silver. 

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Dimensions
6.2 × 5.0 × 2.5 cm
Categories
Pseudomorphs, Native Elements
Locality
Himmelsfürst Mine, Freiberg District, Saxony, Germany, Europe

Minerals on Specimen

Minerals on specimen
Acanthite

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