• Native Silver ps. after Dyscrasite
  • Native Silver ps. after Dyscrasite
  • Native Silver ps. after Dyscrasite
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Native Silver ps. after Dyscrasite

$1,500.00   €1,381  £1,150.00 approx.  

This specimen is priced in US dollars, all other prices are approximate.

ID: CC20228
This Native Silver pseudomorphing after Dyscrasite is a superb and quite spectacular small cabinet specimen from the Příbram Mining District in the Czech Republic. Dyscrasite is a silver antimonide which forms sub-parallel clusters of long acicular crystals. In the case of this specimen these have developed to as much as 5.5 cm long but are now all replaced with Native Silver. The Native Silver has a chocolate-brown hue with hints of pale flesh pink. Under low magnification a micro-porous, spongy texture is visible, an artifact of the pseudomorphing process. It’s a terrific example of this form of replacement which will make an excellent addition to any Příbram suite.


4.3 × 7.8 × 5.8 cm
Latest Additions, Native Elements, Pseudomorphs
Příbram District, Central Bohemian Region, Czech Republic, Europe

Minerals on Specimen

Minerals on specimen
Dyscrasite, Native Silver

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