• Dyscrasite
  • Dyscrasite
  • Dyscrasite


ID: CC2276

A heckle thick crystalline vein formation of the rare silver antimonide Dyscrasite from the Shaft 371, Schlema, Germany. The Dyscrasite has a dark metallic tarnish associated with sparkling tiny crystals of bright silvery Lollingite. The matrix is white Calcite veined and spoted with Lollingite. A rare Dyscrasite specimen from Germany.


7.3 × 3.9 × 3.0 cm
Shaft 371, Erzgebirge, Saxony, Germany, Europe

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