• Nagyágite
  • Nagyágite
  • Nagyágite
  • Nagyágite


ID: CC20491
Another wonderful specimen of the rare lead-antimony gold telluride Nagyágite, occurring as a complete 1 to 1.2 cm wide vein sandwiched between light biscuit-tan wall rock.  From its type locality at Săcărâmb (formerly Nagyág), the Nagyágite forms platy silver-black metallic crystals pervading sub-mm light grey Quartz crystals.  This is a superb example of crystallised Nagyágite and as a complete vein section, which clearly demonstrates its form of deposition within the orebody.

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4.2 × 7.0 × 3.7 cm
Sulphides, Sulphosalts and Arsenides
Sacarimb (Nagyag), Hunedoara Co, Romania, Europe

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