David K. Joyce Minerals

Rocks and Ores, Sulphide Ores, Various Localities

Some of the greatest orebodies in the world which yield minerals and metals for various uses are sulphide deposits. Metal ions often combine with sulphur, antimony and arsenic to produce the minerals which make up these types of deposits. On occasion, I run accross interesting ores which you may be interested in. Some are pretty dense so extra postage could could apply. I'm sure you understand.

All prices in Canadian dollars. For payment in US$, deduct 22% or multiply by 0.78.

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SphaleriteRocks and Ores, Sulphide Ores, Various Localities
  • Item #6754
  • Sphalerite
  • 4.6x4.1x5.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $30.00
  • Mattabi Mine
  • Ignace
    Ontario, Canada
  • Coarse sphalerite with some swirly texture is associated with quartz and pyritye in this high-grade specimen.
StibniteRocks and Ores, Sulphide Ores, Various Localities
  • Item #6763
  • Stibnite
  • 8.0x5.6x3.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 40mm
  • $25.00
  • Chihuahua

  • Mexico
  • A piece of pretty-well, solid stibnite with a few small open spaces showing secondary mineralization and some small quartz crystals. Sorry, sparse locality info.
Stannite, Pyrite, QuartzRocks and Ores, Sulphide Ores, Various Localities
  • Item #18178
  • Stannite, Pyrite, Quartz
  • 6.8x6.0x4.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $55.00
  • Snowflake Mine
  • Revelstoke
    British Columbia, Canada
  • Rich, coarse stannite in white quart vein matrix!
Pyrosmalite, GalenaRocks and Ores, Sulphide Ores, Various Localities
  • Item #10685
  • Pyrosmalite, Galena
  • 5.5x3.8x1.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $35.00
  • Broken Hill Mine
  • New South Wales
    Australia
  • This specimen of massive, coarse galena has crystal sections of sort of pinkish pyrosmalite embedded in it. There are some crystals of, I think, garnets embedded in the pyrosmalite, as well. Interesting!
Pyrosmalite, Sphalerite, GalenaRocks and Ores, Sulphide Ores, Various Localities
  • Item #10696
  • Pyrosmalite, Sphalerite, Galena
  • 8.2x6.7x3.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 3mm
  • $65.00
  • Broken Hill Mine
  • New South Wales
    Australia
  • This piece is mosly a mixture of coarse pyrosmalite, sphalerite and galena but at one end has some sharp pyrosmalite crystals. Nice!
Stannite, Pyrite, Galena, QuartzRocks and Ores, Sulphide Ores, Various Localities
  • Item #18174
  • Stannite, Pyrite, Galena, Quartz
  • 4.6x4.7x3.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $40.00
  • Snowflake Mine
  • Revelstoke
    British Columbia, Canada
  • A crystal of pyrite is embedded in stannite and quartz in this stannite-rich specimen. Some galena also present.
Stannite, Pyrite, QuartzRocks and Ores, Sulphide Ores, Various Localities
  • Item #18179
  • Stannite, Pyrite, Quartz
  • 10.3x4.6x2.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $60.00
  • Snowflake Mine
  • Revelstoke
    British Columbia, Canada
  • This specimen is mostly stannite and quartz with some pyrite on the bottom. Nice specimen!
Stannite, Pyrite, QuartzRocks and Ores, Sulphide Ores, Various Localities
  • Item #18181
  • Stannite, Pyrite, Quartz
  • 7.3x4.1x3.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $45.00
  • Snowflake Mine
  • Revelstoke
    British Columbia, Canada
  • One end of this quartz vein fragment is solid stannite. Nice specimen!
Stannite, Pyrite, QuartzRocks and Ores, Sulphide Ores, Various Localities
  • Item #18173
  • Stannite, Pyrite, Quartz
  • 6.2x4.1x4.1 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $60.00
  • Snowflake Mine
  • Revelstoke
    British Columbia, Canada
  • A rich mass of this unusual tin sulphosalt, associated with pyrite from an unusual location!
Stannite, Pyrite, Galena, QuartzRocks and Ores, Sulphide Ores, Various Localities
  • Item #18182
  • Stannite, Pyrite, Galena, Quartz
  • 7.2x6.4x4.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $40.00
  • Snowflake Mine
  • Revelstoke
    British Columbia, Canada
  • Rich coarse stannite and galena are embedded in white quartz and pyrite, in this specimen.