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JC4241  Amazonite.  Crystal Creek, Teller county, Colorado.   3.8 cm tall x 5 cm wide.  84g.  $35.00   A single, powder blue crystal with some satellite crystals around the base.  The crack is a shrinkage crack and does not extend through the crystal.  
JC4241.  Another view.  The cracks are shrinkage cracks and do not extend through the crystal.  
JC5974.   Azurite.  Blue Jay mine, Big Eight mile creek, nr. Leadore, Lemhi county, Idaho.  5 x 5.5  cm.  167g. $15.00.  A thin layer of sparkly drusy azurite on a granitic matrix.  Collected in 2002.  Thought I had sold all these, but found a few more in a mislabeled flat  SOLD
JC6012.  Amazonite.  Crystal Creek, Teller county, Colorado.  4 x 4 cm  52g.  $10.00  A powder blue crystal on light colored microcline.  
JC6076 Azurite.  Blue Jay mine, Big Eight mile creek, nr. Leadore, Lemhi county, Idaho.  2 x 4.3 cm  23g.  $5.00.    A thin layer of sparkly drusy azurite on a granitic matrix.  Collected in 2002.  Thought I had sold all these, but found a few more in a mislabeled flat
JC6317.  Wulfenite  Mezica, Slovenia.  5 x 7 cm  326g.  $20.00.  Scattered 2mm and smaller wulfenite crystals on white matrix.  
JC9435.  Pyromorphite.  Resuperferolitica mine, Minas Viejas, Santa Eufemia, Cordoba, Andalusia, Spain. 10 x 12 cm  771g.  $300.00.   Olive crystals to 1 cm long make up this exceptionally good specimen from here.  Rare to have a nice large cabinet specimen of this quality.  Very good specimen.   Daylight photo. 
JC9435.  Tungsten light photo. 
JC9435.  Another view, somewhat closer.  
JC9437.    Crocoite, gibbsite?  Adelaide mine, Dundas, Tasmania, Australia.  14 cm tall x 18 cm wide x 9 cm deep.  >1000g.  $350.00    A  large cabinet specimen.  Bright orange crystals on the front, representing a 2nd generation of growth.  The 1st generation crystals are stouter and many are partially to completely coated by what appears to be gibbsite.  An impressive piece that is almost all crocoite.  The back side has about 1/3 of it with a limonite gossan material.  
JC9437.  Close up of the top front. 
JC9437.  Side view.  
JC9437.  Side view.
JC9437.  Side view. 
JC9437.  Oblique side view
JC9437.  Oblique view
JC9439.   Pyromorphite.  Les Farges mine, Ussel, Correze, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France.  3.5 x 7 cm  100g.  $150.00  Piled up grouping of olive green crystals on quartz.  
JC9439.  Another view.  
JC9439.  Another view.  
JC9441.  Spessartine, quartz, microcline, muscovite.  Wushan Spessartine mine, Tongbei, Yunxiao county, Zhangzhou prefecture, Fujian province, China.  6.5 x 9 cm   173g.  $99.00.  Nice esthetic piece with nicely scattered garnets and clear, gemmy, smoky quartz crystals for nice contrast.    SOLD
JC9441.  Another view.   
JC9441.  Somewhat sidewise view.  
JC9443.  Scorodite. Oumlil mine, Oumlil, Bou Azzer district, Tazenakht, Ourzazate province, Draa-Taflilalet region, Morocco.   4.5 x 7 cm  171g.  $99.00  One of the rare ones.  Scorodite is quite uncommon.  These, from a recent find at the Oumlil mine are better than average for sure.  Color is a sort of odd blue with hints of green.   Nice distinct crystals.  RESERVED
JC9444.  Azurite, malachite.  M'Ssici, Alnif county, Tinghir province, Draa-Taflilalet region, Morocco.    3 x 6 cm  33g.  $29.00.   A cute and typical specimen from this nifty locality. 
JC9445.  Pyromorphite.  Little Giant mine, nr. Mullan, Coeur d'Alene district, Shoshone county, Idaho.   5.5 x 10 cm  296g.  $150.00.   I collected the Little Giant in 1970, and sold most of the specimens collected.  At that time pyromorphite was very abundant in the mine, and it was obvious it had not been heavily collected.   Later, commercial collectors pretty much cleaned the place out of decent specimens.  This is one of the pieces from the 1970 effort.    Somewhat grayish green crystals on a hard metamorphic rock.   Typical of the material available at that time. 
JC9445.  Another view.  
JC9446.  Azurite.  Touissit, Touissit-Bou Beker district, Jerada province, L'oriental region, Morocco.     7 x 9 cm   357g.  $324.00  Nice size grouping of crystals from Touissit.  From the big finds of the 1990's.  A bit of malachite is present, both as replacement of the azurite and as primary malachite.   Ex Jordi Povill collection  SOLD

 

JC9446.  Another view. 
JC9446.  Another view. 
JC9446.  Another view
JC9447.  Barite.  Meikle mine, Elko county, Nevada.  9 x 11 cm >1000g. $20.00.  Up to 5.5 cm crystals make up this heavy, stout specimen.  Unfortunately there are several broken crystals.      SOLD
JC9449.  Spessartine.    Wushan Spessartine mine, Tongbei, Yunxiao county, Zhangzhou prefecture, Fujian province, China   6 x 6.5 cm  145g.  $45.00.   Dark wine red crystals on feldspar.     SOLD
JC9449.  Another view.  
JC9450.  Pyromorphite, quartz.  Les Farges mine, Ussel, Correze, Nouvelle-Aquitaine, France.    4.6 x 6.0 x 5.1 cm  124g.  $75.00.  E Donald Stockton Coll.  Purchase 2-28-1986 from Tony Jones.   Bright green crystals on stubby white/clear quartz crystals.   SOLD
JC9450.  Another view.  
JC9451.  Pyromorphite.   Broken Hill mine, Broken Hill district, Yancowinna county, New South Wales, Australia.   3.6 x 6.7 x 3.3 cm   99g  $40.00.   Small brown crystals forming almost coralloidal aggregates on matrix .  Ex Donald Stockton Coll., purchase 2-28-1986  from Tony Jones.  
JC9451.  Another view. 
JC9451.  Another view. 
JC9451.  Another view. 
JC9451.  Another view. 

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