David K. Joyce Minerals

Yukon Phosphates, Whiteite

Whiteite is one of the less common phosphate minerals from these unique locations in Canada's far north. The crystals are usually curved to some extent, twinned and associated with lazulite and quartz. They don't really occur in any other parts of the world in note-able crystals like these.

All prices in Canadian dollars. For payment in US$, deduct 19% or multiply by 0.81.

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Whiteite, LazuliteYukon Phosphates, Whiteite
  • Item #13890
  • Whiteite, Lazulite
  • 2.1x1.5x1.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $35.00
  • Rapid Creek

  • Yukon, Canada
  • A singly terminated crystal of creamy-beige whiteite associated with a little lazulite. Sharp!
WhiteiteYukon Phosphates, Whiteite
  • Item #13882
  • Whiteite
  • 2.1x2.1x1.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $25.00
  • Rapid Creek

  • Yukon, Canada
  • A well formed, singly terminated crystal of whiteite with some quartz crystals and lazulite attached.
WhiteiteYukon Phosphates, Whiteite
  • Item #13880
  • Whiteite
  • 3.7x2.1x1.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 19mm
  • $45.00
  • Rapid Creek
  • Yancey County
    Canada
  • This cluster of creamy-beige whiteite crystals features several crystals, the largest of which is 19mm long. A little lazulite associated.
Whiteite, LazuliteYukon Phosphates, Whiteite
  • Item #15666
  • Whiteite, Lazulite
  • 7.4x3.8x2/9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 14mm
  • $65.00
  • Rapid Creek

  • Yukon, Canada
  • A cavity on the side of this matrix is lined with light blue lazulite crystals and has one composite whiteite crystal in it. Nice!
WhiteiteYukon Phosphates, Whiteite
  • Item #19130
  • Whiteite
  • 2.4x1.8x1.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $45.00
  • Rapid Creek

  • Yukon, Canada
  • A nice, well formed, twinned whiteite crystal that was attached to lazulite, arrojadite and quartz crystals, some of which are attached to the back. Nice thumbnail-sized crystal!