• Libethenite
  • Libethenite
  • Libethenite
  • Libethenite
  • Libethenite


ID: CC5316

A white vein of Quartz has abundant sparkling crystals of Libethenite occupying the central area. A specimen from the Phoenix United Mines, Linkinhorne. Crystals of Libethenite measuring to around 1mm are lustrous deep green. The matrix on either side of the Quartz crystal vein is a creamy to reddish altered Granite. A rich Libethenite specimen from the mine.

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6.5 × 4.0 × 2.9 cm
Phoenix United Mine, Linkinhorne, Liskeard, Cornwall, England, Europe

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