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Locality: Bor Mine, Dal'negorsk, Primorskiy Kray, Russia
Size: 4.5 x 4.5 x 4.3 cm
Light lime green Datolite crystal group with crystals to almost 3 cm across from a recent 2016
find at the Bor mine.  These are some of the best Datolites found in recent times.  
Clean and damage free with a few nice white quartz crystals poking out.  Great luster and color.
#04
DATOLITE
$80
Locality: Mundo Nuevo Mine, Pallasca Prov, Ancash Dept., Peru
Size:  5.5 x 5 x 3.2 cm
A group of needle quartz crystals on quartz matrix hosting a prominant
Huebnerite crystal about 2 cm tall as shown.  Lots of smaller Huebnerites
lower down, but the big one is the star.  Very bright luster as seen.
#04
HUEBNERITE & QUARTZ
$90
#22
BARITE
$120
Locality:  Linwood Mine, Buffalo, Scott Co., Iowa
Size:  4.5 x 5 x 2.7 cm
A gemmy, transparent, light amber Barite crystal measuring 4 cm tall sits aesthetically
on matrix. This is a beautiful 'see through' crystal, unlike the opaque crystals from
previous finds at the Linwood.  Exceotional quality.
#04
GOETHITE after MARCASITE
$30
Locality: Farafra Oasis, White Desert, Egypt
Size:  2.8 cm Dia.
A neat 'ball' of Marcasite crystals pseudomorphed to Goethite. Complete all around
and without damage.
#14
SPHALERITE
$35
Locality:  Estano Horco Mine, Colavi Dist., Potosi Dept., Bolivia
Size:  3.8  x 2.8 x 3.5  cm
Sphalerite crystals coated with an irredescent coating of Bornite with minor Pyrite
crystals. These were brought out in the early 2000's by Brian Kosner. Very fine
miniature with no damage from this unique find.