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JC9678.  Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 7 x 9 cm  279g.  $50.00  Half dozen beige crystals, 7mm and smaller, a few crystals are complete.  Sawn back.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral.  
JC9678.  Another view. 
JC9679.  Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona.  4.5 x 5 cm  111g. $100.00     Three 1 cm and smaller crystals, sort of jammed together.  Sawn back.  The black color is due to tiny, microscopic crystals of specular hematite included within the crystals.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral  RESERVED
JC9679.  Another view. 
JC9679.  Another view
JC9679.  Another view. 
JC9679.  Another view.  
JC9679.  Another view. 
JC9680Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona.  5 x 5 cm  117g.  $50.00.   Five 1 cm and smaller  mostly complete crystals front and back, beige color to the crystals as can be seen.   Partially sawn base.    Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9680.  Another view. 
JC9680.  Back side.  
JC9681.  Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 4.5 x 5.5 cm  75g.  $200.00.   A nearly complete 11 mm black crystal.  The black color is due to microscopic crystals of specular hematite included within the crystal.    Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral.  A very fine specimen for the species. 
JC9681.  Another view. 
JC9681.  Another view. 
JC9681.  Another view, slightly blurred, close up.  The speckles on the crystal are specular hematite crystals reflecting the light. 
JC9682.  Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 3.5 x 3.7 cm  38g.  $35.00.  An 11mm partial crystal.  Sawn back.    Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9682.  Another view. 
JC9683Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona.  3 x 4.5 cm  35g.  $100.00.   A complete 13mm crystal, broken at some point and re-healed with a bit of quartz-hematite, with the tip of the crystal partially offset.  There is a 17mm broken crystal on the back.    Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9683.  Another view, close up.  
JC9683.  Back side.  The 17mm crystal has broken off, showing the sparkly microscopic specular hematite crystals that were included in the crystal.   A few other, smaller, broken crystals are also present. 
JC9684Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 6.5 x 8.5 cm  179g.  $65.00.  A 15 x 17 mm broken and re-cemented crystal.  Several partial crystals are also present.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9684.  Another view. 
JC9684.  Another view. 
JC9684.  Another view, looking down vertically on the re-cemented crystal.  
JC9685.  Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 2 x 4.5 cm  19g.  $150.00.  A 12 x 15mm single crystal, partially broken and re-cemented with quartz and a bit of specular hematite.  Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9685.  Another view, with an offset crystal resting on the face of the larger crystal.  
JC9685.  Another view. 
JC9685.  Another view. 
JC9685.  Another view. 
JC9685.  Another view, a bit closer. 
JC9686.  Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 3 x 6 cm  84g.  $200.00.   A 14mm crystal, has a small, broken (cleaved) tip.  The crystal cracked and has been re-cemented with quartz.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9686.  Another view.   A partial, broken crystal is on the left side.
JC9686.  Another view
JC9687.  Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 5 x 8 cm  264g.  .  $100.00.   Several black/gray, hematite included crystals 1 cm and smaller.  Sawn base.   Several of the crystals are broken or incomplete.  Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9687.  Another view. 
JC9687.  Another view.
JC9687.  Another view.
JC9687.  Another view, this of the back side.
JC9687.  Another view, this of the back side.
JC9688.  Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona.5 x 8 cm  54g.  $50.00.  Three gray crystal, 3 to 5 mm in size and one 5 mm complete crystal.  Sawn back.    Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9688.  Another view.  
JC9688.  Another view.
JC9689.  Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 3 x 5 cm  23g.  $35.00.  Four gray crystals, 3 to 5mm, mostly complete.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9690.  Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona.3 x 5 cm  38g.  $150.00   A 15mm dark gray, mostly complete crystal.  The bottom of the crystal is embedded in the grayish, specular hematite rich matrix material. Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9690.  Slightly different view.
JC9690.  Slightly different view.
JC9690.  Slightly different view.
JC9691.    Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 2.5 x 5 cm  28g.  $35.00.  A 5 mm crystal and a few partial crystals.  Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9692.   Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 5 x 5.5 cm  74 g.  $45.00.  One partially complete 9mm crystal and the back has a 5mm crystal.    Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9692.  reverse
JC9693.    Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1 x 3 cm  3g. $50.00    A 7mm crystal, with a tiny cleave on the tip.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9693.  Another view.  
JC9693.  Another view.  
JC9694.    Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 4.5 x 8 cm  85g. $50.00   A dozen or so beige 4mm and smaller crystals.  Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9695.    Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 5.5 x 6.5 x 7 cm  484g.  $100.00.  A 17 mm partial, mostly complete, crystal with half a dozen partial crystals.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9695.  Another view. 
JC9695.  Another view.
JC9695.  Another view.
JC9696.    Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 4 x 7 cm  63g. $25.00.   3mm beige crystals.  Sawn back.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9696.  Another view.  
JC9697.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 4 x 7 cm  104g.  $35.00.  3 crystals, largest 7mm, with a few partial crystals.  Sawn back.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9697.  I tilted it a bit back to get the reflection of the upper right crystal. 
JC9697.  Close up view. 
JC9698.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 7 x 7.5 cm  248g. $30.00  A 7mm and smaller incomplete crystals.  Sawn back.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9698.  Another view. 
JC9698.  Close up view.  
JC9699.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 5 x 8.5 cm 63g.  $40.00.  6 mm and smaller crystals, light beige in color.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9699.  Another view. 
JC9699.  Another view. 
JC9700.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 3.5 x 8 cm  106g.  $50.00.  Numerous 3mm average size crystals.  Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9700.  Close up. 
JC9701.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 4 x 6 cm  61g.  $45.00.  5mm and smaller crystals.  Sawn back.  Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9701.  Another view.  
JC9702.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1.5 x 4 cm  15g.  $50.00.   A 1 cm crystal and 2 smaller crystals.  The large crystal is partially coated withed matrix material.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9702.  Another view.  
JC9702.  Another view. 
JC9702.  View of the larger crystal on the tip of the matrix.  
JC9702.  Close up view of the crystal on the tip of the matrix,  a bit of matrix material is sitting on the crystal which makes it look like two crystals, although it appears to be all one crystal. 
JC9703.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona.  1.5 x 4 cm  16g.  $40.00.  A 6mm crystal and smaller crystals. Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9703.  Another view.
JC9703.  Another view.
JC9704.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 2.5 x 2.5 cm. 9g.  $25.00.  A 4mm crystal almost dead center of the specimen.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9705.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona.1 x 2.5 cm  5g.  $15.00.   A 2mm crystal outstanding on the matrix.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9706.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1.5 x 4.5 cm  10g. $25.00   A 4mm crystal imbedded in the talc like matrix.  A couple of smaller crystals are also present.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9707.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1.7 x 2.5 cm  3g.  $50.00.   A 1 cm crystal with the back of the crystal broken off.   Looks good from the front.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9707.  Another view.   
JC9708.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona.2 x 2.5 cm  6g.  $25.00   A 5mm crystal embedded in the talc like matrix.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9709.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1.7 x 3.2 cm  9g.  $15.00     A 2mm crystal embedded in the matrix.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9710.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1.2 x 2.7 cm  3g.  $30.00.  A 5mm crystal with a couple of micro crystals also present.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9711.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1.3 x 2 cm  4g.  $40.00.   A 1 cm partial crystal with a broken tip.  Crystal was broken and re-healed with quartz.    Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9712.    Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1.5 x 3 cm  5g.  $100.00.  Two 1 cm crystals, back to back, as can be seen in the photos.  The micro crystalline sparkly material is specular hematite.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral   SOLD
JC9713.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1.5 x 2.8 cm  7g.  $40.00.   A 3mm and 5mm crystal.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9714.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1.7 x 2.2 cm  6g.  $50.00.  A 6mm black crystal.  Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral  SOLD
JC9714.  Another view.  
JC9715.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 2 x 3 cm  7g.  $25.00.   Three beige, 4mm and smaller crystals.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9716.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1.5 x 2 cm  3g.  $40.00.  A black, nearly complete 5mm octahedron.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral      SOLD
JC9716.  Another view. 
JC9717.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1.2 x 2.5 cm  6g.  $25.00   A partial 4mm crystal.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9718.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 2 x 3.5 cm  14g.  $30.00.   A partial 5mm crystal.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9719.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 2 x 4 cm  31g.  $35.00.  A 7mm crystal with a cleaved tip at the top.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9719.  Another view.  The triangular spot below the crystal is where another crystal used to be and came off the matrix.  
JC9720.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 2.5 x 2.5 cm  16g.  $30.00.  A 4mm crystal.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9720.  Another view.  
JC9721.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1.5 x 5 cm  15g.  $10.00.   A partial 4mm crystal.   Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9722.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 2 x 3 cm  11g. $30.00    A 5mm beige crystal. Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9722.  Another view.   The black crystals are hematite. 
JC9723.      Zunyite.  Big Bertha Extension mine, Middle Camp-Oro Fino district, Dome Rock mountains, Nr. Quartzite, La Paz county, Arizona. 1.5 x 2 cm  8g.  $20.00.  A 4mm gemmy crystal.  Collected: 1986.  Originally called "The Electric Meatball claim", I collected these a few years after the original find.  The location is exhausted now for the larger crystals, and rarely more than micro crystals are ever seen on the market.  These fluoresce in short wave ultraviolet a deep red color.   Best of species for this mineral
JC9723.  Another view.  

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