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Electric lime green acicular crystals of Cuprosklodowskite with Torbernite. From Masoni Mine, Kolwezi, Katanga, DRC

Torbernite - Looks like Christmas Trees - Minerals, Crystals, Gemstones, Natural Formations

Torbernite - from Margabal Mine, Aveyron, Midi-Pyrénées, France

OPALcab-32 - $2,300.00 -  Welo, Afar Province, Ethiopia -  Thumbnail, 2.0 x 1.5 x 0.9 cm -  10.22 carats. $225/carat, superb polish. Cut by Spectrum-Award winning faceter, Mark Kaufman.

OPALcab-32 - $2,300.00 - Welo, Afar Province, Ethiopia - Thumbnail, 2.0 x 1.5 x 0.9 cm - 10.22 carats. $225/carat, superb polish. Cut by Spectrum-Award winning faceter, Mark Kaufman.

Adamite Mineral Specimens

- Cuprian Adamite (fluor) - Mina Ojuela, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico miniature, x 4 x cm ex. Jeffrey Starr From irocks

pictures of south american gems and minerals | Szenicsite

Visit Rob Lavinsky and see the fine minerals and crystals for sale on The Arkenstone.

Anglesite with Quartz from Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otjikoto Region, Namibia

Mined prior 1986 2 5 x 2 cm Anglesite crystal rests bed tiny Quartz

Uranophane on matrix, Madawaska Mine (Faraday Mine), Faraday Township, Hastings Co., Ontario, Canada, 3cm tall. Crystal spray is 2.3cm across. Individual needles to +/- 1.4cm long. Bancroft Mineral Museum specimen, Michael Bainbridge photo.

Uranophane Uranophane is a rare calcium uranium silicate hydrate mineral that forms from the oxidation of uranium bearing minerals. Uranophane is also known as uranotile. It has a yellow color and is radioactive.

Pyromorphite from Bunker Hill Mine, Kellogg, Idaho [http://img.irocks.com/2013-updates/THUMB13/THUMB1311a.jpg]

Of all the habits exhibited by Bunker Hill pyros, the curved crystal habit as shown by this specimen is the most unusual and coveted.

Fire Agate Specimen  Slaughter Mountain, San Carlos Reservation, Arizona   This is a botryoidal fire agate specimen in matrix from an American locality that is no longer really producing. It displays fine fire in a multitude of hues. The "fire" in fire agates is due to a thin layer of iridescence that follows along botryoidal (grapelike) surfaces. The body of the agate is always brown with the iridescence usually following the curved surfaces of three-dimensional, botryoidal structures

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