David K. Joyce

Silver, Batopilas Mine, Mexico

The Batopilas Mine is famous for rich, well crystallized silver specimens. Here are some rich ones!

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SilverSilver, Batopilas Mine, Mexico
  • Item #18754
  • Silver
  • 9.2x7.5x4.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 12mm
  • $350.00
  • Batopilas
  • Andreas Del Rio
    Batopilas, Mexico
  • A very large mass of almost solid silver consisting of interwoven dendritic and wire gold. Weighs 810 grams and most of it is silver. A little of the white calcite has been removed to expose the silver crystals. There is a perfect cube of native silver right beside the largest wire. Check out the photo! Wow!
SilverSilver, Batopilas Mine, Mexico
  • Item #18740
  • Silver
  • 4.8x2.6x3.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 4mm
  • $40.00
  • Batopilas
  • Andreas Del Rio
    Batopilas, Mexico
  • This specimen is mostly dendritic silver crystals that are well exposed because of partial removal of the white calcite. Rich!
SilverSilver, Batopilas Mine, Mexico
  • Item #18749
  • Silver
  • 3.5x1.8x2.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 2mm
  • $35.00
  • Batopilas
  • Andreas Del Rio
    Batopilas, Mexico
  • A cluster of very nice, sharp silver crystals in dendritic branches. Rich!
SilverSilver, Batopilas Mine, Mexico
  • Item #18746
  • Silver
  • 4.8x2.5x1.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 4mm
  • $40.00
  • Batopilas
  • Andreas Del Rio
    Batopilas, Mexico
  • Mostly rich, dendritic silver on this specimen with a little rock and some crystals coated with a thin veneer of an arsenide mineral.
SilverSilver, Batopilas Mine, Mexico
  • Item #18752
  • Silver
  • 5.0x4.1x1.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 1mm
  • $45.00
  • Batopilas
  • Andreas Del Rio
    Batopilas, Mexico
  • Very fine, wiry silver is partially exposed in white calcite matrix. The silver is actually a vein of silver with part of the calcite removed.