David K. Joyce Minerals

Treasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two

Here are more excellent specimens that just don't fit in the other categories on this website!

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SchorlTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #14426
  • Schorl
  • 3.4x3.3x2.9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 31mm
  • $35.00
  • Erongo

  • Namibia
  • A cluster of pitch-black, doubly terminated schorl crystals from this modern day classic area. The schorl crystals are triangular in cross section, hemimorphic and slightly etched in places. Nice sample!
EpidoteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #13298
  • Epidote
  • 6.3x4.8x5.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 25mm
  • $125.00
  • Knappenwand
  • Obersulbachtel
    Austria
  • This piece of massive epidote has an opening in the middle that has many lustrous epidote crystals that bridge from one side to the other. Classic!
MontebrasiteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #7693
  • Montebrasite
  • 6.2x2.2x0.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $60.00
  • Fazenda Pomeroli, Linopolis District
  • Divino das Laranjeiras, Minas Gerais
    Brazil
  • This crystal is a twin with a re-entrant angle running down it's left side. It has modest lustre and well-formed crystal faces. A little bit of the tip of the crystal is missing. A very good example of this unusual mineral.
MontebrasiteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #7694
  • Montebrasite
  • 6.5x3.8x1.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $60.00
  • Fazenda Pomeroli, Linopolis District
  • Divino das Laranjeiras, Minas Gerais
    Brazil
  • This excellent crystal has complex faces which terminate to a re-entrant angle on the top. Fairly clear through much of the crystal. A smaller crystal is attached to the lower right.
Arsenopyrite, QuartzTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #13296
  • Arsenopyrite, Quartz
  • 7.7x4.7x4.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 6mm
  • $75.00
  • Trepca

  • Kosovo
  • A nice cluster of bright arsenopyrite crystals, largely covered with milky quartz crystals. Nice piece from a classic locality!
Titanite var. GreenoviteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #10300
  • Titanite var. Greenovite
  • 8.6x7.0x6.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $40.00
  • S. Marcel
  • Aosta
    Italy
  • This specimen shows a crystal section of the pink, unusual greenovite variety of titanite. Old Classic. Old Ward's label accompanies the piece. Displays well.
Titanite var. GreenoviteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #10306
  • Titanite var. Greenovite
  • 7.8x6.8x3.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $40.00
  • S. Marcel
  • Aosta
    Italy
  • There is one major crystal section and a number of smaller patches, in addition to a couple of full crystals, of this unusual pink variety of titanite embedded in calcite. Interesting old classic. Old Ward's label accompanies the specimen.
PyrolusiteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #10359
  • Pyrolusite
  • 5.7x4.7x2.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 4mm
  • $35.00
  • Phillipsburg
  • Granite Co.
    Montana, USA
  • Extremely acicular crystals of pyrolusite, associated with quartz crystals on this quartz matrix. ex John Dagenais collection. Interesting!
SchorlTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #10604
  • Schorl
  • 4.9x3.7x3.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 40mm
  • $65.00
  • Erongo

  • Namibia
  • The bigger crystal, on the bottom, is a half crystal while the smaller one attached to the top of it is complete. Very lustrous, well-formed group of crystals!
SchorlTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #10629
  • Schorl
  • 7.3x5.7x5.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 28mm
  • $85.00
  • Erongo

  • Namibia
  • A nice cluster of sharp, trigonal schorl crystals fro mthe now-famous Erongo area. Some nice crystals here!
SchorlTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #10630
  • Schorl
  • 4.0x3.0x2.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 35mm
  • $60.00
  • Erongo

  • Namibia
  • An attractive cluster of parallel crystals, associated with a little smokey Quartz.
SchorlTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #10612
  • Schorl
  • 5.9x4.0x3.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: s-19mm, q-26mm
  • $120.00
  • Erongo

  • Namibia
  • A sweet cluster of schore and quartz crystals from this famous area. The schorls are all very sharp and lustrous. Pitch black! Displays well.
BuergeriteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #10683
  • Buergerite
  • 3.5x2.7x1.9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 3mm
  • $25.00
  • Mexquitic
  • San Luis Potosi
    Mexico
  • Several nice crystals of this unusual tourmaline group mineral are scattered on this specimen. Type locality!
RhodochrositeTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #16940
  • Rhodochrosite
  • 2.6x1.0x0.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $40.00
  • Hotazel
  • Cape Province
    South Africa
  • This specimen is a single, part-scalenohedron of gemmy, red rhodochrosite from the location that has produced some of the best rhodochrosite specimens ever! The termination has a little bit missing and the back of the crystal has been in contact with other rhodo crystals. Other than that, it is a nice, lustrous, gemmy example of the rhodochrosite from this famous locality.
BariteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #16946
  • Barite
  • 2.6x2.3x0.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 11mm
  • $30.00
  • Magma Mine
  • Pinal County
    Arizona, USA
  • A nice cluster of light, olive-green, thin tabular barite crystals from this famous old producer. An old Arizona favourite.
GoethiteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #16941
  • Goethite
  • 4.2x2.3x1.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 19mm
  • $45.00
  • Crystal Peak
  • Teller County
    Colorado, USA
  • Several sprays of dark brown goethite from a miarolitic cavity in the Crystal Peak area. Looks great for a usually ugly mineral!
Aegirine, AlbiteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Two
  • Item #17158
  • Aegirine, Albite
  • 10.8x5.0x2.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $65.00
  • Mount Malosa

  • Malawi
  • A large, divergent aegirine crystal with some smaller crystals attached and a few albite crystals attached. At least one tiny, gemmy, yellow zircon crystal on one of the albites. Some unidentified, reddish, amorphous mineral here and there. Nice!