• Phosgenite
  • Phosgenite
  • Phosgenite
  • Phosgenite
  • Phosgenite


ID: CC4358

A relatively large composite tabular crystal of Phosgenite, measuring to 0.8cm sits in a Quartz-iron stained cavity, with at least three or four other crystals in near association. Crystals of Phosgenite are gemmy colourless to near white in colour. The specimen was collected in 1988 from a vein on the foreshore.

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3.9 × 3.4 × 2.4 cm
Ex. Nick Carruth Collection, Rare Minerals
Daymer Bay, Trebetherick, St Minver, Cornwall, England, Europe

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