• Native Bismuth and Bismutite
  • Native Bismuth and Bismutite
  • Native Bismuth and Bismutite
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Native Bismuth and Bismutite

ID: CC2436

A fine example of Native Bismuth from Botallack Mine in West Penwith. A sparkling silver-grey vein is visible the entire length of the specimen, varying in thickness from 1mm to 6mm, with individual platey crystals to several mm in length. Elsewhere Bismuth glitters in the matrix. A rich Bismuth specimen donated by Dr T. B. Wilson.

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Dimensions
10.5 × 6.0 × 4.0 cm
Categories
Ex. Academy Of Natural Sciences, Philadelphia, Classic Minerals, Native Elements
Locality
Botallack Mine, Botallack, Cornwall, England, Europe

Minerals on Specimen

Minerals on specimen
Native

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