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Baryte

ID: CC5581

Specimens of Baryte are found in concretion nodules associated with certain sedimentary bedded horizons exposed at Peak Hill Cliff, Sidmouth, and can usually only be found after rare cliff falls. Crystals of Baryte on the specimen we have display excellent elongated tabular habit in a parallel open form on a Calcite crystal matrix having great lustre, gemmy colourless at the terminations grading downward to a pastel tan colour. A classic form of Baryte from the location.

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Dimensions
6.0 × 2.8 × 2.6 cm
Categories
Ex. Nick Carruth Collection
Locality
Peak Hill Cliff, Sidmouth, Devon, England, Europe

Minerals on Specimen

Minerals on specimen
Baryte

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