Selected Specimens

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FM716 - Buttgenbachite $ 35
Likasi, Haut-Katanga, DR Congo
thumbnail - 0.2 x 0.01 x 0.01 cm


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Buttgenbachite from Likasi, Haut-Katanga, DR Congo [db_pics/pics/fm716a.jpg] Buttgenbachite from Likasi, Haut-Katanga, DR Congo [db_pics/pics/fm716b.jpg]

Four tiny crystals of blue Buttgenbachite. Ex. Dennis Ewell collection.


FM717 - Adamite $ 35
Oujela Mine, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico
thumbnail - 1.2 x 0.7 x 0.7 cm


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Adamite from Oujela Mine, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico [db_pics/pics/fm717a.jpg] Adamite from Oujela Mine, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico [db_pics/pics/fm717b.jpg] Adamite from Oujela Mine, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico [db_pics/pics/fm717c.jpg] Adamite from Oujela Mine, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico [db_pics/pics/fm717d.jpg]

Tiny spherical crystals of green Adamite. Ex. Dennis Ewell collection (Ewell's label incorrectly identifies this as Paradamite).


FM718 - Malachite, Azurite $ 40
Apex Mine, St. George, Utah, USA
thumbnail - 3 x 2 x 1.8 cm


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Malachite, Azurite from Apex Mine, St. George, Utah, USA [db_pics/pics/fm718a.jpg] Malachite, Azurite from Apex Mine, St. George, Utah, USA [db_pics/pics/fm718c.jpg] Malachite, Azurite from Apex Mine, St. George, Utah, USA [db_pics/pics/fm718d.jpg] Malachite, Azurite from Apex Mine, St. George, Utah, USA [db_pics/pics/fm718e.jpg]

Malachite crytals with Azurite. Ex. Dennis Ewell collection.


FM719 - Topaz $ 50
Pech, Nuristan, Afghanistan
thumbnail - 1.8 x 1.0 x 1.0 cm


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Topaz from Pech, Nuristan, Afghanistan [db_pics/pics/fm719a.jpg] Topaz from Pech, Nuristan, Afghanistan [db_pics/pics/fm719c.jpg] Topaz from Pech, Nuristan, Afghanistan [db_pics/pics/fm719d.jpg] Topaz from Pech, Nuristan, Afghanistan [db_pics/pics/fm719b.jpg]

Glassy and transparent single gem crystal. Well terminated (and partially double-terminated) and undamaged. Ex. Dennis Ewell collection.


FM720 - Sphalerite var. Cristophite $ 60
Rio Marina, Elba, Italy
thumbnail - 1.1 x 1.1 x 1.0 cm


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Sphalerite var. Cristophite from Rio Marina, Elba, Italy [db_pics/pics/fm720a.jpg] Sphalerite var. Cristophite from Rio Marina, Elba, Italy [db_pics/pics/fm720b.jpg] Sphalerite var. Cristophite from Rio Marina, Elba, Italy [db_pics/pics/fm720d.jpg] Sphalerite var. Cristophite from Rio Marina, Elba, Italy [db_pics/pics/fm720e.jpg]

Complete single crystal, likely from Falcacci stope. Ex. Dennis Ewell collection.


FM723 - Magnetite $ 35
Champorcher, Val d'Aosta, Piedmont, Italy
thumbnail - 1 x 1.0 x 0.9 cm


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Magnetite from Champorcher, Val d'Aosta, Piedmont, Italy [db_pics/pics/fm723a.jpg] Magnetite from Champorcher, Val d'Aosta, Piedmont, Italy [db_pics/pics/fm723b.jpg] Magnetite from Champorcher, Val d'Aosta, Piedmont, Italy [db_pics/pics/fm723c.jpg] Magnetite from Champorcher, Val d'Aosta, Piedmont, Italy [db_pics/pics/fm723e.jpg]

Sharply formed single octahedral crystal, complete and undamaged. Ex. Dennis Ewell collection.


FM724 - Fluorapatite $ 35
Bahia, Brazil
thumbnail - 1.5 x 0.8 x 0.6 cm


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Fluorapatite from Bahia, Brazil [db_pics/pics/fm724a.jpg] Fluorapatite from Bahia, Brazil [db_pics/pics/fm724b.jpg] Fluorapatite from Bahia, Brazil [db_pics/pics/fm724c.jpg] Fluorapatite from Bahia, Brazil [db_pics/pics/fm724d.jpg]

Well terminated deep blue, translucent single crytal. Ex. Dennis Ewell collection.


FM725 - Boracite $ 55
Alto Chapare Dept., Cochabamba, Bolivia
thumbnail - 1 x 1.0 x 0.8 cm


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Boracite from Alto Chapare Dept., Cochabamba, Bolivia [db_pics/pics/fm725a.jpg] Boracite from Alto Chapare Dept., Cochabamba, Bolivia [db_pics/pics/fm725c.jpg] Boracite from Alto Chapare Dept., Cochabamba, Bolivia [db_pics/pics/fm725d.jpg]

Single blue cube of Boracite with areas of translucency. Ex. Dennis Ewell collection.


FM726 - Uranophane $ 50
Faraday Mine, Bancroft, Ontario, Canada
thumbnail - 2 x 1.5 x 1.0 cm


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Uranophane from Faraday Mine, Bancroft, Ontario, Canada [db_pics/pics/fm726a.jpg] Uranophane from Faraday Mine, Bancroft, Ontario, Canada [db_pics/pics/fm726b.jpg] Uranophane from Faraday Mine, Bancroft, Ontario, Canada [db_pics/pics/fm726c.jpg] Uranophane from Faraday Mine, Bancroft, Ontario, Canada [db_pics/pics/fm726d.jpg]

Acicular crystals of Uranophane on matrix. Ex. Dennis Ewell collection.


FM727 - Safflorite $ 45
Hudson Bay Mine, Gowganda, Ontario, Canada
thumbnail - 2.2 x 1.5 x 1.3 cm


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Safflorite from Hudson Bay Mine, Gowganda, Ontario, Canada [db_pics/pics/fm727a.jpg] Safflorite from Hudson Bay Mine, Gowganda, Ontario, Canada [db_pics/pics/fm727b.jpg] Safflorite from Hudson Bay Mine, Gowganda, Ontario, Canada [db_pics/pics/fm727c.jpg]

Shiny metallic crystals of the cobalt arsenide Safflorite. Ex. Dennis Ewell collection.
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