• Chalcopyrite Var Blister Copper
  • Chalcopyrite Var Blister Copper
  • Chalcopyrite Var Blister Copper

Chalcopyrite Var Blister Copper

ID: CC3670

Classic specimen of botryoidal Blister Copper from one of Cornwall's best known mines at Cooks Kitchen, later becoming part of the Dolcoath Mine, then South Crofty. The specimen we have shows the characteristic raised rounded surfaces, having a light to dark metallic brassy colour. The underside of the specimen also displaying smaller botryoidal habit. 

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8.0 × 7.0 × 2.3 cm
Cook's Kitchen Mine, Camborne, Cornwall, England, Europe

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