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Locality: Corrego Frio Mine, Linopolis, Minas Gerais, Brazil
Size:  3.5 x 2 x 1.7 cm
A super "V" twin Herderite crystal, complete all around and in excellent condition.
This has a tiny point of attachment to another crystal which keeps it from being a true
floater. This is a fine, rare crystal in the miniature size.  Ertel Collection
#9107
COPPER
$120
#0417
HYDROXYLHERDERITE
$120
Locality: Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan
Size:  6.2 x 3.5 x 1.7 cm
A branching, crystalized native copper with great old patina.
#04
AXINITE-(Fe)
$95
Locality: Puiva, Tyumen Oblast', Polar Urals, Western Siberia, Russia
Size:  3.7 x 3 x .7 cm
One of those great gemmy world class Ferro-Axinite crystals from Puiva found back in
the early 90's, if my memory is correct. Here is a very good crystal with only the smallest
bit of micro edge chatter, as seem. The edges are super thin and sharp and were
notorious for chipping, so this is a good one. Don't see many available anymore. Old
Rocksmiths label.
#21
GALENA
$30
Locality: Sweetwater Mine, Reynolds Co., Missouri
Size:  5.5 x 5 x 4.5 cm
Large Galens crystals crystalized all around with no area of attachment. Excellent luster
and pristine condition.
#22
GALENA
$25
Locality: Sweetwater Mine, Reynolds Co., Missouri
Size:  5 x 5 x 4.5 cm
Aesthetic group of bright Galens cubes. Choice
#16
BARITE
$40
#04
SCHORL
$190
Locality: La Union, Murcia, Spain
Size:  5.5 x 5.5 x 4 cm
Group of bright, lustrous Barite crystals from La Union.
Locality: Kharan, Baluchistan, Pakistan
Size: 5.5  x 4 x 4 cm
A very showy specimen of Schorl tourmaline on contrasting white blades of Clevelandite.
There is a small terminated Brookite crystal nested in between the Clevelandite on the
lower right of the specimen..  The Schorls are bright, terminated and without any damage.
This is an excellent schorl that is way above average.
Locality: Linwood Mine, Buffalo, Scott Co., Iowa
Size:  6 x 5 x 2 cm
A large, thick translucent , double terminated Barite.  It is crystalized on the
reverse and has a smaller crystal attached as shown. Very fine.
#14
BARITE
$95
Locality: Rubtsovskiy Mine, Rudniy Altai, Altaiskiy Krai, Siberia, Russia
Size:  2 x 2.2 x 1.3 cm
A group of 3 Cuprite crystals completely pseudomorphed to Copper.  These came out with the Cuprite find in
2010 and were quite rare compared to the cuprites. This one a perfect TN .
#05
COPPER after Cuprite
$195
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#02
EPIDOTE
$125
Locality:  Pakot, Northern Frontier Dist., Kenya
Size:  7.2 x 2.8 x 1.6  cm
From a one time find about 15 years ago, came these wonderful glassy Epidotes from a very remote area of
Africa. They remain top quality Epidotes not seen much anymore on the market. Ertel Collection.
#01
SHATTUCKITE
$140
Locality: Tantara Mine, Shinkoloble, Katanga, Dem. Rep. of Congo
Size:  4.4 x 4 x 1.5 cm
A really superb Shattuckite with great color and form. Choice.
#03
AZINITE-(Mn)
$60
Locality: Bor Mine, Dal'negorsk, Primorskiy Kray, Russia
Size:  5 x 3 x 1.7 cm
Large, lustrous Manganaxinite crystal spray from the recent 2016 find at the Bor Mine.