General Stock Page 10 

 Minerals  Beginning with "N" and "O"

JC11039.   Neptunite.  Dallas Gem (Benitoite) mine, Serpentine Dome, New Idria district, San Benito county, California.   3 x 4 cm   22g.  $20.00.   A nice exposed crystal near the top. 
JC11039.  Closer view. 
JC11039.  Closer view. 
JC5788.  Neptunite.  Dallas Gem (Benitoite) mine, Serpentine Dome, New Idria district, San Benito county, California.  4 x 6.5 cm  70g.  $35.00   A  one inch neptunite on the face of the specimen, with a smaller one on the side, with its termination almost touching the main crystal on the face. 
JC5788.  Another view. 
JC5788.  Another view.
JC5788.  Another view, close up of the vertical crystal.  The crystal next to it, has a termination just visible to the right of the termination of the vertical crystal.  
JC5788.  Close up of the two crystals terminations.  
 JC8435.  Neptunite.  Dallas Gem (Benitoite) mine, Serpentine Dome, New Idria district, San Benito county, California.  5 x 6.5 cm  110g  $30.00  A small cluster in the lower center, and a mostly exposed crystal on the right side.   Close ups of both below. 
JC8435.  Close up of the crystal group in the lower center. 
JC8435.  Close up of the crystal on the right side.  
JC10864.  Olivenite.  Tazalarht mining area, Taroudant province, Souss-Massa region, Morocco.  7 x 10.5 cm  252g.  $125.00.   A very few of these made it to the market from this relatively new find of about a year ago.   Typical olive green crystals, quite acicular, coating most of the face of the specimen.   They are fairly lustrous.  
JC10864.  Close up view. 
JC10864.  Close up view.  All the little white specks are reflections off the crystals.