Wulfenite from Mont St-Hilaire
WAD5-2 Wadeite on Aegerine $38 SOLD
Eveslogchorr Mt, Khibiny Massif, Kola Peninsula
4.1 cm x 3.1 cm x 2.3 cm; size of largest crystal ~ 4 mm
Pale hexagonal crystals of Wadeite, K2Zr[Si3O9] are sprinkled upon a nest of black Aegerine needles, NaFe3+[Si2O6].
WAV5-23 Wavellite $18 SOLD
Mauldin Mt., Montgomery County, Arkansas
4.8 cm x 2 cm x 2.5 cm
Great color and exceptional sparkle for an Arkansas Wavellite. The large ball of Wavellite Al3[(OH,F)3|(PO4)2] · 5H2O in the middle is 1.2 cm wide.
A relatively large and complex crystal of Witherite BaCO3 from a famous English locality.
Cave-in-Rock Sub-District, IL-KY Fluorspar District, Hardin Co., IL
9 x 4.5 x 5 cm
Translucent barrel-shaped Witherites (BaCO3) occupy half the specimen and encompass some opaque white material on the other half, but all of it fluoresces quite well under SWUV.
Wulfenite and Mimetite $20 SOLD
Rectangular yellow Wulfenites (Pb[MoO4]) up to 4-5 mm amidst pretty green balls of Mimetite (Pb5[Cl|(AsO4)3]) on a limonite matrix. I believe that this find occurred in 2003. The Mimetites fluoresce yellow under LWUV. A colorful and sparkly specimen.
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