• Anglesite
  • Anglesite
  • Anglesite
  • Anglesite
  • Anglesite


ID: CC1236

A great specimen of Anglesite from the old Leadhills mining area. The Anglesite is seen as many terminated crystals and sections measuring to 3.5cm. And as a cluster of crystals in a spray like habit standing up from the main area. Crystals of Anglesite are very lustrous with a translucent white to tinted yellow colour. The host for the crystals of Anglesite is a crystallized to dense Cerussite with some light red-brown Goethite, and a band of grey-black Mn oxide


6.0 × 5.9 × 4.5 cm
Leadhills, South Lanarkshire, Scotland, Europe

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