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      Mixed Minerals

      Sunday, 28 June 2020 06:00 PM

      Introducing the "Mixed Minerals" gallery which is part of our New Additions galleries. This gallery contains mineral specimens for sale including andersonite, andorite, aurichalcite, azurite, bayldonite, and beryl and more from places like Kane Creek Canyon, San Juan Co., Utah, United States, San Germán mine, Cerro de Potosí, Potosí, Bolivia, Kelly mine, Socorro Co., New Mexico, United States, Cap Garonne mine, Le Pradet, Var, France, and Izumrudnye Kopi area, Malyshevo, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia.

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      Andersonite - AH53574
      Andersonite - AH53574

      Andersonite

      #AH53574
      Locality
      Kane Creek Canyon, San Juan Co., Utah, United States 
      Formula
      Na2Ca(UO2)(CO3)3·6H2
      Availability
      Sold
      Size
      6 x 5 x 3.5 cm - Sm Cabinet 
      Tagged
      carbonate  
      Special Info
      Radioactive!! 

      Bright yellow pulverulent Andersonite in sandstone matrix.


      Andersonite

      Formula
      Na2Ca(UO2)(CO3)3·6H2
      Crystal System
      Trigonal 
      Crystal Habit
      Druse, Rhombohedral Crystals, Pseudo Cubic 
      Luster
      Vitreous - Pearly 
      Color
      bright yellow green, green 
      Class
      Trigonal - Rhombohedral 
      Hardness
      2.5 
      Collection
      Arnold G Hampson Collection
      Special Info
      Radioactive!!

      Andorite

      with Stannite, Jamesonite & Arsenopyrite - #52484
      Locality
      San Germán mine, Cerro de Potosí, Potosí, Bolivia 
      Formula
      AgPbSb3S6 
      Availability
      Sold
      Size
      7.5 x 6.5 x 3 cm - Sm Cabinet 
      Tagged
      sulfide , silver  

      Stubby 1-2mm striated crystals of Andorite with prismatic Arsenopyrite. The Stannite and Jamesonite are not discernable. The specimen was once in the collection of Werner Paar.


      Andorite

      Formula
      PbAgSb3S6 
      Crystal System
      Orthorhombic 
      Crystal Habit
      Striated, Tabular 
      Cleavage
      None, None, None 
      Luster
      Metallic 
      Color
      grayish yellow, dark gray, steel gray 
      Streak
      black 
      Class
      Orthorhombic - Dipyramidal 
      Fracture
      Brittle - Conchoidal 
      Hardness
      3-3.5 
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      Aurichalcite

      #AH53586
      Locality
      Kelly mine, Socorro Co., New Mexico, United States 
      Formula
      Zn5(CO3)2(OH)6 
      Availability
      Available
      Price
      $60.00
      Size
      9 x 8 x 6 cm - Sm Cabinet 
      Tagged
      carbonate  

      Not too shaby of a specimen of Aurichalcite from this mine famous for it's blue Smithsonite. 


      Aurichalcite

      Formula
      Zn5(CO3)2(OH)6 
      Crystal System
      Monoclinic 
      Crystal Habit
      Druse, Encrustations, Acicular 
      Cleavage
      Perfect, None, None 
      Luster
      Pearly 
      Color
      pale green, sky blue, greenish blue 
      Streak
      light blue 
      Class
      Monoclinic - Prismatic 
      Fracture
      Uneven 
      Hardness
      Collection
      Arnold G Hampson Collection

      Azurite

      with Olivenite - #AH53567
      Locality
      Cap Garonne mine, Le Pradet, Var, France 
      Formula
      Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2 
      Availability
      Available
      Price
      $35.00
      Size
      5.5 x 5 x 3 cm - Sm Cabinet 
      Tagged
      carbonate , copper  

      Tiny 1mm or less blue rosettes of Azurite with green acicular crystals of Olivenite.


      Azurite

      Formula
      Cu3(CO3)2(OH)2 
      Crystal System
      Monoclinic 
      Crystal Habit
      Tabular, Prismatic, Stalactitic 
      Cleavage
      Perfect, Fair, None 
      Luster
      Vitreous (Glassy) 
      Color
      azure blue, blue, light blue, dark blue 
      Streak
      light blue 
      Class
      Monoclinic - Prismatic 
      Fracture
      Brittle - Conchoidal 
      Hardness
      3.5-4 
      Collection
      Arnold G Hampson Collection
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      Bayldonite

      with Mimetite - #AH53565
      Locality
      Cap Garonne mine, Le Pradet, Var, France 
      Formula
      Cu3PbO(AsO3OH)2(OH)2 
      Availability
      Sold
      Size
      7 x 7 x 1.5 cm - Sm Cabinet 
      Tagged
      arsenate , copper  

      Beady lime green Bayldonite from this famous French arsenate locality.


      Bayldonite

      Formula
      Cu3PbO(AsO3OH)2(OH)2 
      Crystal System
      Monoclinic 
      Crystal Habit
      Encrustations, Mammillary, Druse 
      Cleavage
      None, None, None 
      Luster
      Greasy (Oily) 
      Color
      grass green, yellow green, dark green 
      Streak
      green 
      Class
      Monoclinic - Prismatic 
      Fracture
      Uneven 
      Hardness
      4.5 
      Collection
      Arnold G Hampson Collection

      Beryl

      var. emerald - #AH53577
      Locality
      Izumrudnye Kopi area, Malyshevo, Sverdlovsk Oblast, Russia 
      Formula
      Be3Al2Si6O18 
      Availability
      Sold
      Size
      5 x 4.5 x 4.5 cm - Miniature 
      Tagged
      beryllium  

      2 to 3cm light green Beryl crystals in mica schist.


      Beryl

      Formula
      Be3Al2Si6O18 
      Crystal System
      Hexagonal 
      Crystal Habit
      Crystalline - Coarse, Prismatic, Columnar 
      Cleavage
      Imperfect, None, None 
      Luster
      Vitreous - Resinous 
      Color
      green, blue, yellow, colorless, pink 
      Streak
      white 
      Class
      Hexagonal - Dihexagonal Dipyramidal 
      Fracture
      Brittle - Conchoidal 
      Hardness
      7.5-8 
      Collection
      Arnold G Hampson Collection
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