• Freieslebenite
  • Freieslebenite
  • Freieslebenite
  • Freieslebenite


ID: CC1098

A very rich specimen of the rare Silver, Lead Antimony sulfosalt Freieslebenite, from the Hiendelaencina village area in central Spain. The specimen of Freieslebnite is a solid vein composed of bright metallic silver areas, laden with several areas of well formed crystals. Cavities on the specimen measuring to 2 x 2.5cm display many intergrown and free standing crystals of this rare species, measuring to 0.6cm. The crystals of Freieslebenite are finely to deeply striated. Associated is drusy colourless to white translucent Quartz, and scattered rhombic crystals of Dolomite - some edged with a reddish colouration. A neat specimen of a rare mineral from Spain.


4.6 × 3.7 × 2.5 cm
Hiendelaencina, Guadalajara, Castile-La-Mancha, Spain, Europe

Minerals on Specimen

Minerals on specimen

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