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JC12775Almandine.  Garnet Gulch, Emerald creek, Latah county, Idaho.    2.5 x 2.5 cm   $5.00.  Thumbnail. 
JC12775.  Another view. 
JC11830.  Anatase.  Kharan District, Balochistan Region, Pakistan.  2 x 2.5 cm 5g   $50.00.    Sharp crystal near dead center, with another, quite not as well formed on the edge. 
JC11830.  Vertical view.  
JC11983.   Apatite.  Anemzi, Agoudim, Midelt Cercle, Midelt Province, Dra-Tafilalet Region, Morocco.  1 x 2.2 cm 7g Thumbnail, Single crystal  $30.00
JC11983.  Another view.  
JC11982.  Apatite.  Imilchil Cercle, Midelt Province, Dra-Tafilalet Region, Morocco.  2 x 2 cm 19g   $30.00.  Thumbnail specimen
JC11982.  Another view.  
JC11977.  Apatite.   Anemzi, Agoudim Midelt Cercle, Midelt Province, Dra-Tafilalet Region, Morocco.   2x 2.5 cm   25g.  $35.00.  Thumbnail.  Pretty single crystal, has a chip out of the back side of the crystal, seen in the photo below.  . 
JC11977.  Another view. 
JC3338.  Arsenopyrite.   Pucarrajo mine, Huallanca district, Bolognesi prov., Ancash dept., Peru.  18mm across.  20g   $8.00.   The Pucarrajo mine is one of those obscure Peruvian mines that had a small production of minerals.  About 25 years ago a limited number of arsenopyrite specimens, some with sphalerite, quartz and or galena came out.  Since then the mine has produced next to nothing.   This is a arsenopyrite thumbnail from this find, with brilliant silvery arsenopyrite crystals. 
JC3342.  Arsenopyrite.   Pucarrajo mine, Huallanca district, Bolognesi prov., Ancash dept., Peru.  18mm x 32mm  across.  14g  $8.00.   The Pucarrajo mine is one of those obscure Peruvian mines that had a small production of minerals.  About 25 years ago a limited number of arsenopyrite specimens, some with sphalerite, quartz and or galena came out.  Since then the mine has produced next to nothing.   This is a arsenopyrite thumbnail from this find, with brilliant silvery arsenopyrite crystals. 
JC3343.  Arsenopyrite.   Pucarrajo mine, Huallanca district, Bolognesi prov., Ancash dept., Peru.  18mm  x 25mm  across.   $8.00.   The Pucarrajo mine is one of those obscure Peruvian mines that had a small production of minerals.  About 25 years ago a limited number of arsenopyrite specimens, some with sphalerite, quartz and or galena came out.  Since then the mine has produced next to nothing.   This is a arsenopyrite thumbnail from this find, with brilliant silvery arsenopyrite crystals. 
JC3343.   Another view.  
JC3344Arsenopyrite, sphalerite.   Pucarrajo mine, Huallanca district, Bolognesi prov., Ancash dept., Peru.  22 x 28mm across.  26g    $8.00.   The Pucarrajo mine is one of those obscure Peruvian mines that had a small production of minerals.  About 25 years ago a limited number of arsenopyrite specimens, some with sphalerite, quartz and or galena came out.  Since then the mine has produced next to nothing.   This is a arsenopyrite thumbnail from this find, with brilliant silvery arsenopyrite crystals, and lustrous sphalerite crystals. 
JC3344.  Another view.  
JC3351.  Arsenopyrite.   Pucarrajo (Huallanca) mine, Huallanca district, Bolognesi province, Ancash department, Peru.  2.3 x 2.7 cm  28g.  $8.00    TN   The Pucarrajo mine is one of those obscure Peruvian mines that had a small production of minerals.  About 25 years ago a limited number of arsenopyrite specimens, some with sphalerite, quartz and or galena came out.  Since then the mine has produced next to nothing.   This is a arsenopyrite thumbnail from this find, with brilliant silvery arsenopyrite crystals. 
JC3356Arsenopyrite,  quartz.   Pucarrajo (Huallanca) mine, Huallanca district, Bolognesi province, Ancash department, Peru.   2.2 x 2.2 cm  11g.  $8.00   TN The Pucarrajo mine is one of those obscure Peruvian mines that had a small production of minerals.  About 25 years ago a limited number of arsenopyrite specimens, some with sphalerite, quartz and or galena came out.  Since then the mine has produced next to nothing.   This is a arsenopyrite thumbnail from this find, with brilliant silvery arsenopyrite crystals.   
JC3357Arsenopyrite,  quartz.   Pucarrajo (Huallanca) mine, Huallanca district, Bolognesi province, Ancash department, Peru.   1.8 x 1.8 cm  11g.  $8.00   TN   The Pucarrajo mine is one of those obscure Peruvian mines that had a small production of minerals.  About 25 years ago a limited number of arsenopyrite specimens, some with sphalerite, quartz and or galena came out.  Since then the mine has produced next to nothing.   This is a arsenopyrite thumbnail from this find, with brilliant silvery arsenopyrite crystals.    
JC3358.  Arsenopyrite,  quartz.   Pucarrajo (Huallanca) mine, Huallanca district, Bolognesi province, Ancash department, Peru.   15mm x 25mm  18g  $8.00   TN   The Pucarrajo mine is one of those obscure Peruvian mines that had a small production of minerals.  About 25 years ago a limited number of arsenopyrite specimens, some with sphalerite, quartz and or galena came out.  Since then the mine has produced next to nothing.   This is a arsenopyrite thumbnail from this find, with brilliant silvery arsenopyrite crystals.
JC7647.    Augelite, quartz.   Ortega prospect, Mundo, Mundo Nuevo, Huamachuco, Sanchez Carrion Province, La Libertad Department, Peru.  2.2 x 2.5 cm  6g.  $110.00.   A nice sharp yellowish green crystal with a quartz crystal attached.  
JC7647.   Another view.  
JC7953.    Azurite.  Kerrouchene, Khenifra province, Meknes-Tafilalet region, Morocco.  1.5 x 3 cm 8g.  $25.00.   A bright single crystal as is common for specimens from here...they have a real tendency to pop off the hard matrix when trying to be collected.
JC7953.  Another view.
JC7953.  Another view. 
JC7802.   Azurite.  Kerouchene, Morocco.   1.7 x 2 cm  3g.  $18.00.   Bright, sharp thumbnail with dust I didn't see.  
JC7294.   Barite.  Stoneham, Weld county, Colorado.   1.7 x 2 cm  $15.00.    Before the more elongate crystals were produced from here, these tabular crystals were collected.  Now rarely seen.  This is a good example of a partially transparent light blue crystal group.  
JC7295.  Barite.  Stoneham, Weld county, Colorado.    2 x 3 cm  $15.00  Two partial crystals.    Before the more elongate crystals were produced from here, these tabular crystals were collected.  Now rarely seen.  This is a good example of a translucent to partially transparent light blue crystal.
JC7296.   Barite.  Stoneham, Weld county, Colorado.   1.7 x 3 cm  $10.00.    Before the more elongate crystals were produced from here, these tabular crystals were collected.  Now rarely seen. 
JC7296.  Another view.  
JC7297.   Barite.  Stoneham, Weld county, Colorado.    1.5 x 2 cm  $15.00   Before the more elongate crystals were produced from here, these tabular crystals were collected.  Now rarely seen. 
JC7297.  Another view. 
JC8949.  Beryl (aquamarine) scepter.  Shigar valley, Skardu district, Baltistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.   2.7 cm tall.  $50.00.  Neat little scepter thumbnail.  
JC12030.   Bixbyite.  Thomas range, Juab county, Utah.    A 17mm single crystal.  11g.  $75.00.  Nice thumbnail.
JC12030.  Another view. 
JC12030.  Another view. 
JC11984.   Bixbyite, topaz.  Thomas range, Juab county, Utah.  8mm crystal   3g   Thumbnail specimen.    $75.00  
JC11984.  Another view.   
JC11984.  Another view. 
JC11771.  Bixbyite, Topaz. Thomas range, Juab county, Utah.    Thumbnail.  Bixbyite is 1.5 cm across.    $95.00
JC11771.  Another view.   
JC7977.   Cassiterite.  Pingwu mine (Huya W-Sn-Be deposit; Xuebaoding W-Sn-Be deposit), Huya township, Mt Xuebaoding, Pingwu Co., Mianyang Prefecture, Sichuan Province, China.  1.7 x 2.5 cm thumbnail.  $40.00.   A gemmy, twinned,  crystal. 
JC7977.   Another view. 
JC7947.  Fluorite.  San Martin mine, San Martin-Sabinas district, San Martin, Municipio de Sombrerete, Zacatecas, Mexico.  1.7 x 2 cm crystal.  8g.  $8.00.  Thumbnail.    Although listed as one of the desirable minerals from the San Martin mine, rarely are specimens available for sale.  Mine closed in early 2000's and hasn't reopened.
JC7947.  Another view. 
JC2783.  Goethite.  Crystal Creek, Teller county, Colorado.   2.3 cm thumbnail specimen.  $5.00.   Collected in 2002.   Didn't notice the cotton thread until I saw the photo.  
JC2783.   Another view.  
JC11836.  Lazulite.  Rapid Creek, Dawson mining district, Yukon, Canada.   15mm TN   $25.00.   
JC7635.   Libethenite.  Mindola pit, nr. Kitwe, Zambia.    $50.00   A sharp 1.5 cm  diameter crystal.  Two views are shown. 
JC4419 Ludwigite.  Spring Gulch/Valley View mine, Quartzite (White Rock) canyon, Spring Mountain district, nr. Big Windy Peak, Lemhi county, Idaho.  1 x 1.5 cm.  $5.00  A broken tip of a ludwigite crystal, with quite a bit of oxidation giving the crystal the orangish brown color.  The white area is a coating on the crystal face.  Very poor termination, typical of these.  
JC8593.  Orthoclase (twin).  Bustarviejo, Madrid, Spain.  2.5 cm thumbnail.  $5.00
JC8593.  Another view. 
JC11547.  Polybasite.  Proano mine?, Fresnillo, Fresnillo municipality, Zacatecas, Mexico.   1.4 x 1.7 cm  $200.00.   A classic, brilliant and well formed cluster of polybasite as a thumbnail.   Comes mounted in a perky box. 

 

JC13160.  Pyrite, quartz, chalcopyrite  No label on this one, so not sure where it comes from.   2.5 x 2.7 cm 24g  $5.00.   Thumbnail. 
JC12442.    Pyromorphite.  Society Girl mine, Moyie, British Columbia, Canada.   A small, 15mm across, thumbnail, of pyromorphite from this popular site.   $25.00.   
JC11186.  Pyromorphite  Bunker Hill, 9 level.  Coeur d'Alene district, Kellogg, Shoshone county, Idaho.    1 x 2.5 cm  7g.  $4.00  Little thumbnail of the more campylite type crystals from here. 
JC4326.  Pyromorphite.    Daoping mine, Gongcheng county, Guilin, Guangxi, China.  1.5 x 3.5 cm  17g.   $7.00  Little thumbnail with isolated crystals on matrix. 
JC3781.  Pyromorphite.  Resuperferolitica mine, Minas Viejas, Santa Eufemia, Cordoba, Andalusia, Spain.   2.2 x 2.7 cm  24g  $7.00.  Nice thumbnail of typical slightly greenish beige brown crystals.   
JC8594.  Quartz (scepter).  Namaqualand, Northern Cape province, South Africa.   3 cm tall Thumbnail.   $5.00   RESERVED
JC7942.  Rutile.  Champion mine, White Mountains, Mono county, California.  2 x 2 cm thumbnail.  $30.00.  A nice crisp crystal on pyrophyllite. 
JC7942.  Another view. 
JC12440.  Scheelite.  Britannia Mine, Britannia Beach, Vancouver Mining Division, British Columbia, Canada.  TN   1.8 cm across.  $10.00   Old specimen, supposedly from the 1960's or so.  Front part here, is crudely crystallized scheelite, the back side is sheared off.  
JC12123.   Scheelite.   Consolidated Tungsten Mine, Goldstein Peak, Tulare Co., California.   3 small pieces.  Largest is 1 x 2.4 cm  $5.00  
JC12120.  Scheelite.   Atolia, Atolia District, San Bernardino County, California.  3 small pieces.  Largest is 2 x 2.5 cm   $10.00  
JC8056.  Silver.  Uchucchacua mine, Oyon province, Lima department, Peru.   A 2 cm tall wire.  $30.00.  
JC8056.  Another view. 
JC7847.  Smithsonite (cadmium).  Tsumeb mine, Tsumeb, Namibia.   A 1.2 cm thumbnail with a sharp 9mm cadmium smithsonite.   $120.00
JC7847.    Another view.
JC7819.  Smithsonite.  Tsumeb, Namibia.   2 x 3 cm  10g.  $75.00.   An 11mm crystal.  Several views are shown. 
JC7819.   Another view. 
JC7819.   Another view. 
JC3344.  Sphalerite, arsenopyrite.   Pucarrajo (Huallanca) mine, Huallanca district, Bolognesi province, Ancash department, Peru.  2.2 x 2.8 cm    26g.  $10.00
JC12036.  Stannite.   Yaogangxian Mine, Yaogangxian W-Sn ore field, Yizhang Co., Chenzhou, Hunan, China.  1.8 x 2.5 cm 11g  $90.00  An excellent Thumbnail with the typical bronzy look for stannite. 
JC12036.  Another view.  
JC8702.  Stolzite pseudo scheelite, Thompson workings, Darwin mine, Darwin, Darwin district, Inyo county, California.  2 cm crystal.  Thumbnail.  $30.00.   These were initially thought to be scheelite, but work at the Mackay school of mines confirmed that they are Stolzite pseudomorphose after scheelite crystals.  Found in 2006, this particular batch has proven to be a one time find.   This would make them some of the world's best stolzites if you don't mind the fact they are pseudomorphs.    Colors on these vary from light tan to light gray.  Some of them have a bit of luster when turned in the light.  
JC8702.  Another view. 
JC8710.  Stolzite pseudo scheelite, Thompson workings, Darwin mine, Darwin, Darwin district, Inyo county, California.  A 1.8 cm crystal.  Thumbnail.  $20.00.   These were initially thought to be scheelite, but work at the Mackay school of mines confirmed that they are Stolzite pseudomorphose after scheelite crystals.  Found in 2006, this particular batch has proven to be a one time find.   This would make them some of the world's best stolzites if you don't mind the fact they are pseudomorphs.    Colors on these vary from light tan to light gray.  Some of them have a bit of luster when turned in the light.  
JC8710.  Another view. 
JC11537.  Uvite.  Brumado, Bahia, Brazil.   1.5 x 2 cm  4g.  $50.00.  Nice thumbnail of almost blood red uvite.   Little bit of dust on it I didn't notice until I saw the photos.  
JC11537.   Another view. 
JC7989.  Vanadinite.  ACIF mine area,  Mibladen, nr. Midelt, Khenifra Province, Meknes-Tafilalet Region, Morocco.  2.3 x 2.6 cm  13g.  $25.00.   Complex crystals.