White Sanbornite (Type Locality), Gillespite (red) with Celsian (whitish/translucent) from Trumbull Peak, Incline, Mariposa Co, California, USA. [53x25x5mm] No. 2324.
A small sample with an area hosting extremely rare bright blue spheres of sieleckiite in association with libethenite and turquoise. From the type locality for sieleckiite – Mount Oxide Mine, Mount Gordon, Queensland. Measures 40x30x10mm.
Historic specimen of blue-green Liroconite on Quartz from Wheal Gorland, St Day, Cornwall, England. Many of the crystals are bright green, suggesting they are transitioning into kernowite, the iron-end member, which forms a series with...
Na2KLiFe2+2Ti2Si8O24 Neptunite is a silicate mineral named for Neptune, the Roman god of the sea. It was first described in 1893 for an occurrence at the type locality for the species – Narssârssuk pegmatite, Narsaarsuk...
Black glassy Davidite-(La) with Roscoelite (a rare Vanadium rich member of the Mica group) from the Radium Hill Mine, Olary Province, South Australia. This is also the type locality for Davidite-(La). [15x11x9mm]
Marshite (TL) , Smithsonite, Aurichalchite and Cuprite, with minor Malachite, Cerussite, Anglesite and Linarite from the Proprietary Mine, Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia. [28x15x12mm]
Dull olive-green patches of crude Cobalt Austinite crystals (Type Locality), with flat laying Erythrite crystals, from the Dome Rock Copper Mine, Olary Province, South Australia, Australia. [75x35x15mm]
Scholzite, green Plimerite, and micro crystals of Zn Collinsite and Hillite (TL), from Reaphook Hill, Martins Well, South Flinders Ranges, South Australia, Australia. Ex Chris Johnson (Miner). [50x35x25mm]