• Carrollite
  • Carrollite
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Carrollite

ID: CC1480

A fine bright matrix-less specimen of this uncommon Copper Cobalt Sulphide, from the famous copper mining Kambove area in the Democratic Republic of Congo. The bright silvery metallic lustrous Carrollite forms an inter-grown group of octahedral crystals to 1.5cm. The crystals displaying triangular growth patterns on their faces, as well as a number of smaller crystals grown on some of the larger crystal faces.

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Dimensions
3.0 × 2.7 × 2.2 cm
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Locality
Kambove, Katanga (Shaba), DR Congo (Zaire), Africa

Minerals on Specimen

Minerals on specimen
Carrollite

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