• Proustite
  • Proustite
  • Proustite
  • Proustite


ID: CC2684

A superb specimen of the rare Silver sulfosalt Proustite from a mine that is producing some excellent Silver species, namely the Imiter Mine, Morocco. Specimens from this mine are destined to become mineralogical classics. The specimen of Proustite we have displays a number of inter-grown crystal clusters measuring to 2cm. The colour is pristine ruby red with excellent lustre to the crystal faces. We seldom see such a fine specimen from any location. Crystals of Proustite are also dotted over several areas of a metallic grey Acanthite matrix.


5.5 × 5.0 × 4.5 cm
Imiter Mine, Ouarzazate Province, Souss-Massa-Draa Region, Morocco, Africa

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