David K. Joyce

Latest Additions

Below are the most recent additions to my specimens database. Click on any of the thumbnails to view a larger image of the specimen.

All prices in Canadian dollars. For payment in US$, deduct 20% or multiply by 0.8.

 

Serandite, Natrolite, MicroclineMont Saint-Hilaire, Serandite, Leucophanite
  • Item #27309
  • Serandite, Natrolite, Microcline
  • 9.4x8.5x5.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: s-32
  • $250.00
  • Mont Saint-Hilaire

  • Quebec, Canada
  • Several part crystals of deep orange, blocky, serandite crystals are present o nthe top of this large microcline crystal section. There are also small natrolite crystals and a couple of aegirine crystal remains. I think the specimen dcould be improved with air abrasion or judicious picking of grunge off of and from near the crystals. Shows well, as well!
Catapleiite, AegirineMont Saint-Hilaire, Catapleiite
  • Item #27304
  • Catapleiite, Aegirine
  • 3.9x2.3x2.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 23mm
  • $140.00
  • Mont Saint-Hilaire

  • Quebec, Canada
  • A fairly sharp, platy, slightly irridescent catapleiite crystal is nested amongst aegirine and mica crystals in this specimen. Nice example of this rare, zirconium silicate mineral!
Siderite, ps Fluorite, Quartz, AlbiteMont Saint- Hilaire, Pseudomorphs
  • Item #27302
  • Siderite, ps Fluorite, Quartz, Albite
  • 3.1x2.8x2.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 25mm
  • $75.00
  • Mont Saint-Hilaire

  • Quebec, Canada
  • This specimen is composed of two pseudomorphs, one larger, one smaller of siderite after fluorite. The pseudos are surprisingly sharp octahedra encrusted with smaller siderite crystals, plus some quartz and albite crystals. Nice example!!
Schizolite, Rhodochrosite, Analcime, MicroclineMont Saint-Hilaire, Serandite, Leucophanite
  • Item #27301
  • Schizolite, Rhodochrosite, Analcime, Microcline
  • 6.5x3.7x3.1 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: sch-32mm, rh-12mm
  • $140.00
  • Mont Saint-Hilaire

  • Quebec, Canada
  • This microcline crystal section shows two special features. One is a partial schizolite crystal on the left side of the specimen. The other is a very nice dark, red-brown, 12mm rhodochrosite rosette. Interesting piece!
Cassiterite, QuartzCassiterite, San Antonio Mine, La Paz, Bolivia
  • Item #27300
  • Cassiterite, Quartz
  • 5.1x3.5x2.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: c-3mm
  • $40.00
  • Viloco Mine
  • Loayza, La Paz
    Boliva
  • This plate of quartz crystals is sprinkled with well-formed, dark brown crystals of cassiterite. Looks great! Classic locality.
ManganiteSteep Rock Iron Mine, Atikokan, Ontario
  • Item #27299
  • Manganite
  • 6.7x4.53.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 4mm
  • $65.00
  • Caland Ore Property
  • Atikokan
    Ontario, Canada
  • The top of this iron/manganese oxide matrix is mostly covered by lustrous, prismatic manganite crystals in a sort of botryoidal covering. this habit is exemplified by the hemispherical button of manganite crystals at one side of the specimen. Very good example of this manganese mineral.
Pyrolusite, BaryteCanadian Specimens, Various Localities
  • Item #27298
  • Pyrolusite, Baryte
  • 8.6x5.5x3.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 3mm
  • $55.00
  • Whale Creek
  • Walton
    Nova Scotia, Canada
  • A mound of silvery-black, prismatic crystals of pyrolusite, with a few white baryte crystals sprinkled in one area.
Dolomite, Marcasite, CalciteNanisivik Mine, Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Calcite, Dolomite and Quartz
  • Item #27297
  • Dolomite, Marcasite, Calcite
  • 8.0x6.2x3.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: d-25mm
  • $75.00
  • Nanisivik Mine
  • Baffin Island
    Nunavut, Canada
  • This is a cluster of slightly curved, very sharp dolomite crystals that have a veneer of oriented calcite crystals on the faces. Epitaxy! A myriad of sparkling marcasite crystals are sprinkled over the specimen. Also some pyrite crystals in a couple of spots. Nice specimen from this long closed base metals mine, one of the most northern in the world! Displays very well.
SeranditeMont Saint-Hilaire, Serandite, Leucophanite
  • Item #27296
  • Serandite
  • 11.0x8.0x6.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 110mm
  • $140.00
  • Mont Saint-Hilaire

  • Quebec, Canada
  • Not beautiful or complete but BIG! This is solid serandite, a divergent spray of crystals, some of which are terminated and some not. The crystals that are complete have good luster and are square prismatic. Some small albite and polylithionite crystals on the terminations.
CalciteSouth Ontario Limestone Quarries, Various Minerals
  • Item #27294
  • Calcite
  • 5.2x4.8x2.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 31mm
  • $40.00
  • Lafarge Quarry, (Dundas Quarry)
  • Wentworth County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A sharp, honey-coloured scalenohedron of calcite site above similar but smaller crystals on this attractive piece. Locality has been closed for many years now.
SilverMorocco, Silver, Bouismas Mine, Bouismas, Bou Azer District, Ouarzazate Province
  • Item #27293
  • Silver
  • 3.5x2.8x1.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 8mm
  • $65.00
  • Bouismas Mine
  • Bou Azer, Ouarzazate
    Morocco
  • This is a small but excellent specimen of sharp, branching silver crystals embedded in white calcite. The individual crystals are only a few mm or so but the branching groups are up to 8mm or so. Very nice!
SpinelGrenville, Spinel, Various Localities
  • Item #27291
  • Spinel
  • 2.4x1.8x2.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 8mm
  • $35.00
  • Des Cedres Dam
  • Notre Dame du Laus
    Quebec, Canada
  • A couple of octahedra of dark blue spinel are exposed on the front of this marble matrix. The larger crystal is composed of composite faces while the smaller one is more coherent., ie has simple octahedral faces. Nice example!
SpinelGrenville, Spinel, Various Localities
  • Item #27290
  • Spinel
  • 2.8x1.8x1.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 5mm
  • $35.00
  • Des Cedres Dam
  • Notre Dame du Laus
    Quebec, Canada
  • A sharp, composite. dark bluish spinel crystal is nicely exposed in its marble matrix. Nice crystal!
AnglesiteTsumeb Namibia, Assorted Minerals
  • Item #27289
  • Anglesite
  • 8.7x6.4x5.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 17mm
  • $140.00
  • Tsumeb Mine
  • Otjikoto
    Namibia
  • This whole specimen is about 95% anglesite and is totally covered with anglesite crystals. The other 5% seems to be highly corroded bornite or chalcocite. Most of the anglesite crystals are very sharp, terminated crystals with dark inclusions of sulphides or dark oxides. There are some colourless/white anglesite crystals as well. Sawn base. Not all that aesthetic but really a very good example of anglesite crystals!
AnalcimeMont Saint-Hilaire, Analcime and Microcline, etc.
  • Item #27285
  • Analcime
  • 6.3x4.6x2.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 41mm
  • $65.00
  • Mont Saint-Hilaire

  • Quebec, Canada
  • Two analcime crystals, one large and one smaller partially encrusted with small natrolite, siderite and albite crystals. Nothing exotic but a handsome specimen of sharp lustrous analcime crystals!
Silver, CopperCopper, Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan, USA
  • Item #27283
  • Silver, Copper
  • 2.1x1.7x1.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 7mm
  • $35.00
  • Keweenaw Peninsula

  • Michigan, USA
  • A couple of rough crystals of pure silver are perched on native copper, one at the top and one at the bottom of this specimen. Also some quartz crystal sections embedded in the copper. Silver is much les common in the copper specimens of the Keweenaw Peninsula.
CalciteSouth Ontario Limestone Quarries, Various Minerals
  • Item #27280
  • Calcite
  • 9.3x5.5x2.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 21mm
  • $40.00
  • Lafarge Quarry
  • Wentworth County
    Ontario, Canada
  • Here is an attractive plate of calcite crystals featuring a bed of, mostly small, colourless crystals upon which several larger, twinned, light golden crystals rest. Sweet!
NarsarsukiteMont Saint-Hilaire, Narsarsukite
  • Item #27279
  • Narsarsukite
  • 5.1x5.0x2.9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 12mm
  • $40.00
  • Mont Saint-Hilaire

  • Quebec, Canada
  • A well formed, green, very thin, crystal of narsarsukite is very well exposed in this hornfels matrix. The crystal id square tabular with nice truncations on each corner. Nice crystal!
AndoriteBolivian Minerals, Various
  • Item #27275
  • Andorite
  • 3.4x2.8x0.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $140.00
  • San Jose Mine
  • Oruro City
    Bolivia
  • A rather excellent andirite crystals from THE famous locality! This is a doubly terminated, complete crystal with small zinkenite crystal sections attached here and there. nicely striated. The back has some clay or oxidation. Really nice crystal of this relatively rare silver sulphosalt!
Orthoclase, TitaniteGrenville -Bear Lake Diggings, nr. Gooderham, Ontario
  • Item #27272
  • Orthoclase, Titanite
  • 8.5x6.4x6.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: m-65mm, t-7mm
  • $75.00
  • Bear Lake Diggings
  • Gooderham
    Ontario, Canada
  • A handsome cluster of sharp microcline crystals, featuring two large, intergrown crystals and a number of smaller, well formed crystals. The feldspars are sprinkled with dark-brown, sharp titanite crystals. Original patina. Nice looking!
Cerussite, QuartzTsumeb, Namibia, Cerussite
  • Item #27271
  • Cerussite, Quartz
  • 8.2x7.8x4.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 46mm
  • $160.00
  • Tsumeb Mine
  • Otjikoto
    Namibia
  • This matrix of corroded galena has a large white cerussite crystal formed on the top of it, associated with white quartz crystals. The cerussite is actually a reticulated twinned aggregate, all twinning on the vertical axis. Some damage but, still quite a specimen!
Fluorite, MarcasiteSouth Ontario Limestone Quarries, Fluorite, Page Two
  • Item #27270
  • Fluorite, Marcasite
  • 5.0x4.5x3.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 14mm
  • $45.00
  • Flamboro Quarry
  • Wentworth County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A number of gemmy fluorite crystals are present in openings between breccia fragments. Beautiful luster and simple, sharp, cube shape. The openings are lined with tiny calcite and marcasite crystals. Beautiful!
Ussingite, SphaleriteRare Minerals
  • Item #27269
  • Ussingite, Sphalerite
  • 7.1x4.2x2.9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $45.00
  • Lovozero Massif
  • Kola Peninsula
    Russia
  • This specimen is composed of massive, pink-purple ussingite that shows prominent cleavage. The ussingite has a peculiar, green sphalerite cleavages embedded in it. Unique specimen from this unusual alkaline intrusive area.
Galena, Sphalerite, CalcitePine Point Mine, Pine Point, Northwest Territories
  • Item #27243
  • Galena, Sphalerite, Calcite
  • 11.5x7.5x6.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 70mm
  • $85.00
  • Pine Point Mine
  • Pine Point
    Northwest Territories, Canada
  • This mostly-sphalerite matrix has bizarre, skeletal galena crystals embedded in the sphalerite. The galena crystals if you could see them in 3-d would be an elongated actual skeleton of ultra-hoppered/dendritic galena. There are a number of them throughout the piece. Sawn on base. Will require a little extra postage. Heavy! Wonderful crystals!
Fluoro-richteriteGrenville Minerals, Various Localities
  • Item #27241
  • Fluoro-richterite
  • 9.58.0x7.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 50mm
  • $65.00
  • Earle Farm
  • Wilberforce
    Ontario, Canada
  • A perfectly presented specimens showing two intergrown, well terminated crystals of this unusual amphibole, partly embedded in creamy, coarse calcite. Displays perfectly!
Fluoro-richteriteGrenville Minerals, Various Localities
  • Item #27239
  • Fluoro-richterite
  • 11.0x9.3x8.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 89mm
  • $140.00
  • Earle Farm
  • Wilberforce
    Canada
  • An extremely handsome specimen of this unusual amphibole, embedded in creamy, coarse calcite. Both of the entwined crystals are twinned, prismatic, well terminated crystals. It is very well, repaired or reinforced. Specimen looks great from back or front. Displays so well!
CalciteCalcite   Various Localities
  • Item #27236
  • Calcite
  • 16.0x9.6x7.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 6mm
  • $75.00
  • Aguathuna
  • Port au Port Peninsula
    Newfoundland, Canada
  • A beautiful example of "coquina" a clamshell-packed type of limestone that is just chock full of the little clamshells, all the same size. Interestingly, every little clam fossil is a geode lines with small calcite crystals and one or two larger, twinned calcite crystals. Beautiful and interesting!
CalciteCanadian Specimens, Various Localities
  • Item #27235
  • Calcite
  • 13.8x10.5x8.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 5mm
  • $75.00
  • Aguathuna
  • Port au Port Peninsula
    Newfoundland, Canada
  • This is an interesting fossil, rock or mineral specimen, depending on your perspective. The matrix is a sort of limestone STUFFED with small clam shells, called "coquina". The interesting thing is that each clamshell is a hollow geode lined with small calcite crystals and, usually, one or two larger, well formed, twinned calcite crystals. Sometimes some small baryte and/ore pyrite crystals. Interesting!
NickelineSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous, Page Three
  • Item #27232
  • Nickeline
  • 3.9x1.5x1.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 1mm
  • $45.00
  • Helba
  • Eisleben
    Germany
  • There are a number of small but very sharp nickeline crystals exposed against country rock in a small calcite vein running through this piece. I think some of the calcite could be removed to expose some additional excellent nickeline crystals.
AxiniteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Three
  • Item #27231
  • Axinite
  • 5.2x3.2x1.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 5mm
  • $35.00
  • Botallack Mine
  • St. Just, Cornwall
    England
  • This specimen is totally composed of axinite and there are opeing all over it lined with gemmy, purple-brown, razor sharp axinite crystals. A mineral we don't often see from this venerable old British location.
DescloiziteBrazil Minerals, Various
  • Item #27230
  • Descloizite
  • 5.0x4.3x2.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 10mm
  • $40.00
  • Mina Grande
  • Itacacanambi, Minas Gerais
    Brazil
  • Now I've never heard of this location and it is not on mindat.org but this specimen comes from a reliable old collection. It is well-formed and lustrous brown crystals on corroded quartz. Different habit than I'm used to seeing from other descloizite localities... No significant associated minerals that I can see. Interesting one!
FluorapatiteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities
  • Item #27227
  • Fluorapatite
  • 2.7x0.3x0.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $40.00
  • Megiliggar Rocks
  • Breage, Tremearne, Cornwall
    England
  • A beautiful, lustrous, prismatic crystal of fluorapatite from a pegmatite occurrence in Cornwall. The termination is damaged but half there. The prism faces and gemmy nature of the crystal are just great!
OrthoclaseTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Three
  • Item #27226
  • Orthoclase
  • 3.1x1.0x0.9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $35.00
  • Megiliggar Rocks
  • Tremearne, Breage, Cornwall
    England
  • A beautiful Baveno twin of orthoclase. Close to perfect singly terminated crystal!
Cassiterite, Quartz, TourmalineTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Three
  • Item #27222
  • Cassiterite, Quartz, Tourmaline
  • 4.8x5.4x1.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 2mm
  • $45.00
  • Wheal Gorland
  • St. Day, Cornwall
    England
  • Lots of sharp, twinned, dark brown cassiterite crystals clustered around poor quartz crystals and associated with lots of similar sized acicular tourmaline crystals. Classic Cornwall!
Apophyllite, KinoiteArizona -Various Minerals
  • Item #27221
  • Apophyllite, Kinoite
  • 2.0x1.7x1 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: a-1mm
  • $35.00
  • Christmas Mine
  • Gila County
    Arizona, USA
  • From the type locality for kinoite, here is a small plate of that VERY blue mineral largely covered with sparkling, well formed apophyllite crystals. Attractive.
AjoiteArizona -Various Minerals
  • Item #27220
  • Ajoite
  • 2.2x1.8x0.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 1mm
  • $65.00
  • Ajo Mine
  • Pima County
    Arizona, Canada
  • A small plate of bright, light blue ajoite crystals from the type locality. Beautiful!
MimetiteTsumeb, Namibia, Mimetite
  • Item #27219
  • Mimetite
  • 2.4x2.4x2.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 7mm
  • $35.00
  • Tsumeb Mine
  • Otjikoto
    Namibia
  • A very nice cluster of creamy, light yellow-ish mimetite crystals formed in a terminated "pineapple" looking crystal habit. The mimetite is formed on an alive green mineral, perhaps mottramite. Unique and interesting as always from Tsumeb.
VesuvianiteJeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec, Vesuvianite
  • Item #27218
  • Vesuvianite
  • 3.3x2.3x1.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 5mm
  • $35.00
  • Jeffrey Mine
  • Asbestos (Val des Sources)
    Quebec, Canada
  • A cluster of gemmy, light green, sparkling, vesuvianite crystals with areas of light pink, manganese colouration. Beautiful1
Quartz, ChloriteQuartz -Various Locations
  • Item #27216
  • Quartz, Chlorite
  • 3.1x2.5x1.9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: twin-22mm tip to tip
  • $65.00
  • Green Monster Mountain
  • Prince of Wales Island
    Alaska, USA
  • Here is a cluster of quartz crystals, all of which show phantoms of fine, light green chlorite included in them and exhibiting "phantoms" close to the terminations. The special thing about this cluster is that the best two crystals are actually twinned on the Japan Law. Excellent example of this type of twinning from a famous locality.
WulfeniteArizona -Various Minerals
  • Item #27215
  • Wulfenite
  • 5.4x2.8x2.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 3mm
  • $35.00
  • Rowley Mine
  • Theba
    Arizona, Canada
  • The top of this specimen is a shallow opening lined with gemmy, thin-tabular, orange wulfenite typical of this location. A few acicular mimetites on the piece, as well. Beautiful!
CerussiteCanadian Specimens, Various Localities
  • Item #27214
  • Cerussite
  • 2.3x1.7x1.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 15mm
  • $35.00
  • Society Girl Mine
  • Moyie
    British Columbia, Canada
  • A nice cluster of twinned, white crystals of cerussite with an iron tint. Yes, the same locality famous for pyromorphite crystals. One of the few localities in Canada to produce secondary minerals!
Dioptase, CalciteTsumeb, Namibia, Dioptase
  • Item #27213
  • Dioptase, Calcite
  • 2.5x1.8x1.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 3mm
  • $55.00
  • Tsumeb Mine
  • Otjikoto
    Namibia
  • A beautiful little example of this gorgeous copper silicate mineral in typical short hexagonal crystals with trigonal terminations that look sort of like elongated dodecahedral crystals. Little tufts of acicular crystals of a light green mineral scattered on the dioptase crystals.
Cyanotrichite, Spangolite, Malachite. AzuriteArizona -Various Minerals
  • Item #27211
  • Cyanotrichite, Spangolite, Malachite. Azurite
  • 8.8x3.5x2.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 1mm
  • $75.00
  • Maid of Sunshine Mine
  • Cochise County
    Arizona, USA
  • This is a very interesting piece to view under your microscope! Excellent crystals of spangolite, azurite and malachite are present in many openings across the top. As well ,there are tufts of light blue, acicular cyanotrichite. I have taken my typical quick photographs of these mienrals but I'm sure that someone who take their time could get some great photos out of it! Beautiful!
FluorapatiteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27208
  • Fluorapatite
  • 9.0x3.4x2.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $65.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A pleasant looking, lustrous, light green doubly terminated fluorapatite crystal that has been etched out of calcite, naturally, by groundwater. The crystals is solid and shows areas where the crystal has started to diverge/divide. Interesting and attractive crystal!
FluorapatiteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27207
  • Fluorapatite
  • 7.6x3.5x2.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $45.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • This specimen features a couple of parallel growth crystals that are terminated at the top ends but poorly terminated on the bottom. It appears that the bottom actually was a fractured and re-healed surface. The crystals has light green colour and has good luster on four of the six faces. Interestingly, the crystal has a thin quartz veinlet that cuts through the crystal slightly below the termination. Nice crystal!
Fluoro-richteriteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27206
  • Fluoro-richterite
  • 12.1x5.6x4.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $65.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A prismatic, elongated twinned crystal of fluoro-richterite. The crystal is terminated on the top with all the faces present but faitly rounded. The bottom is also terminated, showing the twin re-entrant angle but it is a very rough contact termination. This is an impressive prismatic amphibole crystal.
FluorapatiteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27205
  • Fluorapatite
  • 4.7x4.8x3.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $35.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A stubby, doubly terminated crystal showing that "melted" look that we often see of minerals formed in a calcite matrix. The faces are all there with good luster and colour.
Fluoro-richteriteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27203
  • Fluoro-richterite
  • 12.5x6.8x6.1 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $110.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A large, doubly terminated crystal that is twinned. the twin plane runs down the middle of the crystal at right angles to the field of view. Nice re-entrant angles are visible in a couple of places on the crystal, including one of the terminations. One termination has a nice, small titanite crystal on it. There are several larger titanite crystals on the back bit they are all broken. This is the viewing angle. Impressive piece!
Phlogopite, Fluoro-richteriteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27202
  • Phlogopite, Fluoro-richterite
  • 9.6x6.1x3.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: phl-81mm
  • $45.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • Here is a sharp, black, phlogopite crystal with a couple of fluoro-richlerite crystals attached to the bottom. The phlogopite crystal is terminated oon one side and cleaved on the other. Sharp hexagonal outline. A very good example of this mica group mioneral!
FluorapatiteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27201
  • Fluorapatite
  • 13.2x5.4x3.1 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $75.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A larger, green fluorapatite crystal showing typice Grenville internal fracturing. It is a doubly terminated crystal showing a good termination on one end dominated by a single pyramidal face and a more rough, incoherent termination on the bottom end. Feels and looks great!
Fluorapatite, CalciteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27196
  • Fluorapatite, Calcite
  • 9.0x7.7x1.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 24mm
  • $35.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Canada
  • A good-looking, very good example of an apatite exposed in its host calcite by natural dissolution of the calcite. A lustrous, doubly terminated fluorapatite embedded in calcite!
Fluoro-richterite, FluorapatiteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27193
  • Fluoro-richterite, Fluorapatite
  • 8.2x5.3x3.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 62mm
  • $55.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A fairly handsome cluster of crystals that appears to be a true "floater". There is no obvious point of attachment. The sharp crystals have very good luster and on the back side, there are lots of small apatite crystals that disrupt the nice luster plus one bigger apatite.
FluorapatiteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27191
  • Fluorapatite
  • 12.3x5.4x4.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 45mm
  • $45.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • This chunk of dull calcite has a nice fluorapatite in the middle. Slightly tinted red from oxidation and with a smaller, parallel crystal attached. Very good luster and termination. Sits just about perfectly for display!
FluorapatiteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27190
  • Fluorapatite
  • 5.2x4.2x3.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 60mm
  • $40.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A well formed, singly terminated fluorapatite crystals is propped up by a natural clump of apatite crystal sections to form a good looking apatite specimen! Nice luster and nice termination.
Fluoro-richteriteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27189
  • Fluoro-richterite
  • 6.5x5.2x4.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $40.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • This stepped fluoro-richterite crystal looks like a peculiar schorl at first glance. Pitch-black and well formed. Was attached on back. Displays perfectly!
Fluorapatite, Fluoro-richteriteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27188
  • Fluorapatite, Fluoro-richterite
  • 5.7x5.1x3.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: fluorap-35mm
  • $35.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • This cluster of pitch-black fluoro-richterite crystals has a long, prismatic apatite crystal shooting right up through the middle. Displays well!
TitaniteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27186
  • Titanite
  • 8.8x6.0x3.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 22mm
  • $45.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A razor-sharp dark brown titanite crystal is still partially embedded in coarse calcite matrix, along with a little apatite crystal section. Nice example of this wedge-shaped mineral.
Fluorapatite, CalciteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27185
  • Fluorapatite, Calcite
  • 8.0x4.0x3.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 49mm
  • $40.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • Here is a nice, green, lustrous, typical, doubly terminated, Grenville fluorapatite crystal attached to a coarse calcite cleavage. The apatite crystal has been carefully re-attached to the calcite. Sits perfectly for display!
Fluorapatite, Fluor-richteriteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27184
  • Fluorapatite, Fluor-richterite
  • 7.0x4.7x3.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: fl-ap-52mm, flri-45mm
  • $45.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • Here is a lustrous, nice fluorapatite crystal attached to a couple of fluoro-richterite crystals. Nice!
FluorapatiteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27183
  • Fluorapatite
  • 6.0x5.1x3.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 63mm
  • $45.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • This specimen consists of two attached, singly terminated apatite crystals one nice than the other using the lesser for a stand! The vertical crystal is lustrous with a fairly good termination. Displays perfectly!
FluorapatiteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27182
  • Fluorapatite
  • 9.8x5.1x3.9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $65.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A couple of parallel growth apatite crystals with nice single-terminations. One side on particular has a very nice deep green colour and fairly gemmy sections.
FluorapatiteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27181
  • Fluorapatite
  • 11.6x4.5x5.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $85.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • Here is an interesting crystal! It almost appears like a sceptered crystal at first glance but it really is not. The main crystal has, somehow developed several offset crystals. not parallel but close on the termination and, as you can see, also on the back of the crystal. Interesting morphology!
FluorapatiteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27180
  • Fluorapatite
  • 13.5x9.7x4.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 133mm
  • $120.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A pair of attached, well terminated fluorapatite crystals. The singly terminated crystals have nice luster and good green colour. Impressive!
Fluoro-richterite, MicroclineGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27175
  • Fluoro-richterite, Microcline
  • 10.5x5.8x7.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: f-55mm
  • $85.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A nicely formed fluoro-richterite crystal perfectly perched atop a not-so-well-formed, microcline crystal. The fluoro-richterite is pitch black and a textbook crystal!
FluorapatiteGrenville, Gibson Road East, Titanite, Microcline, Fluorapatite, Phlogopite
  • Item #27174
  • Fluorapatite
  • 7.3x6.2x5.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $75.00
  • Gibson Road East
  • Haliburton County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A nicely, singly-terminated apatite crystal showing pyramid and pinacoid faces. Well developed for a big crystal! Displays well.
AnalcimeZeolites, Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia, Analcime
  • Item #27169
  • Analcime
  • 6.9x5.6x2.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 12mm
  • $45.00
  • Pinnacle Island
  • Five Islands, Cumberland County
    Nova Scotia, Canada
  • A thick plate of creamy-white, trapezohedra of analcime crystals. The crystals are very well shaped and lustrous and cover mostof the top of this piece. Naturally tilted up for excellent viewing.
Grossular, VesuvianiteJeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec, Grossular
  • Item #27167
  • Grossular, Vesuvianite
  • 5.9x4.9x4.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 2mm
  • $45.00
  • Jeffrey Mine
  • Asbestos (Val des Sources)
    Quebec, Canada
  • Loads of light greenish, gemmy grossular crystals line openings in this very light coloured matrix, along with some dark green vesuvianite crystals. A different and great looking example of Jeffrey Mine grossular crystals.
Wardite, SideriteYukon Phosphates, Wardite, Rapid Creek, Yukon Territory
  • Item #27166
  • Wardite, Siderite
  • 5.6x4.4x1.1 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: w-7.5mm
  • $40.00
  • Rapid Creek

  • Yukon, Canada
  • A plate of tetragonal-pyramid wardite crystals on siderite rhombs. Some bruising but the largest and most crystals are just fine.
NarsarsukiteMont Saint-Hilaire, Narsarsukite
  • Item #27165
  • Narsarsukite
  • 4.5x2.8x2.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 12mm
  • $65.00
  • Mont Saint-Hilaire

  • Quebec, Canada
  • An oddly-shaped but complete, yellow narsarsukite crystal embedded in pink matrix. All the faces are there, it is just oddly shaped. Beautiful!
NarsarsukiteMont Saint-Hilaire, Narsarsukite
  • Item #27162
  • Narsarsukite
  • 1.7x1.2x1.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 6.5mm
  • $35.00
  • Mont Saint-Hilaire

  • Quebec, Canada
  • A small but nice example of this mineral. It shows a very sharp, dark green narsarsukite crystal embedded in fine grained hornfels. Very nice!
Grossular, ChrysotileJeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec, Green Demantoid-Andradite
  • Item #27161
  • Grossular, Chrysotile
  • 4.7x2.7x2.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 5mm
  • $55.00
  • Jeffrey Mine
  • Asbestos (Val des Sources)
    Quebec, Canada
  • Lots of green grossular crystals are embeddedin fibrous chrysotile and an altered light green serpentine mineral. The crystals are fairly sharp dodecahedra with trapezohedral modifications. Last one!
CelestineSouth Ontario Limestone Quarries, Celestine
  • Item #27160
  • Celestine
  • 8.8x8.0x6.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 15mm
  • $75.00
  • Lafarge Quarry
  • Wentworth County
    Ontario, Canada
  • This large celestine crystal section serves as a matrix for clusters of clear, slightly blue, fairly gemmy celestine crystals. Lustrous and well formed. Looks great!
Vanadinite, GoethiteMorocco, Vanadinite, Taouz, Er Rachidia, Tafilalet
  • Item #27159
  • Vanadinite, Goethite
  • 8.2x5.8x3.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 8mm
  • $65.00
  • Taouz
  • er Rachida, Tafilalet
    Morocco
  • This specimen features a concave opening in botryoidal/stalactitic goethite that has sharp, hexagonal crystals of vanadinite scattered about. The crystals are lustrous orangey crystals and are on the back of the piece as well. The light coloured patch at the front-left is an overgrowth of tiny calcite crystals. A handsome piece!
Heulandite, QuartzZeolites, Bay of Fundy, Nova Scotia, Heulandite
  • Item #27157
  • Heulandite, Quartz
  • 6.0x4.6x3.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: h-15mm
  • $40.00
  • Five Islands
  • Bay of Fundy
    Nova Scotia, Canada
  • An attractive specimen showing rough quartz crystals-sinter with a crown of lustrous, beige heulandite crystal showing their typical pearly luster. An attractive heulandite from this famous zeolite area.
CelestineSouth Ontario Limestone Quarries, Celestine
  • Item #27156
  • Celestine
  • 8.0x7.0x1.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $75.00
  • Lafarge Quarry
  • Wentworth County
    Ontario, Canada
  • A beautiful, excellent example of this strontium sulphate mineral. It is a large, thick tabular, singly terminated, light blue crystal with multiple terminations as I have tried to show in the close-up photo. A couple of bits of limestone matrix attached and contacted on the back where it was attached. Really nice, heavy crystal!
Vanadinite, BaryteMorocco, Vanadinite, Mibladen, Tafilalet
  • Item #27152
  • Vanadinite, Baryte
  • 8.6x7.8x2.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: v-2mm, b-30mm
  • $65.00
  • Mibladen
  • Tafilalet
    Morocco
  • This specimen is a gorgeous, plate of creamy-white baryte crystals, partially encrusted with dark-red, hexagonal, vanadinite crystals. Very attractive and interesting.
Titanite, Marialite, PyroxeneGrenville, Marialite, etc., Montcerf, Quebec
  • Item #27150
  • Titanite, Marialite, Pyroxene
  • 4.4x3.5x3.9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 27mm
  • $40.00
  • Zec Desert
  • Montcerf
    Quebec, Canada
  • Here is a very nice, sharp titanite perched on a very ugly marialite crystal with some smaller pyroxenes attached to the back. The titanite could be cleaned a little more, looking at the photo! Very nice!
PrehniteJeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec, Prehnite
  • Item #27148
  • Prehnite
  • 5.8x3.8x2.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 23mm
  • $120.00
  • Jeffrey Mine
  • Asbestos (Val des Sources)
    Quebec, Canada
  • A cluster of just big, blocky prehnite crystals with a very thin veneer of iron tint. The crystals are very large for the mineral and are almost square in cross section. Very minor bruising. Impressive crystals!
Gormanite, QuartzYukon Phosphates, Gormanite
  • Item #27147
  • Gormanite, Quartz
  • 7.8x7.5x4.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 8mm
  • $75.00
  • Rapid Creek

  • Yukon, Canada
  • Several, silky sprays of excellent green needles of gormanite and small siderite crystals are well protected in a space between large white quartz crystals and brecciated rock that filled up the opening in the host rock. Beautiful!
Schorl, AlbiteTreasures, Odds and Sods, Various Localities, Page Three
  • Item #27146
  • Schorl, Albite
  • 8.4x7.3x7.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 45mm
  • $160.00
  • Shengus
  • Haramosh Mtns, Skardu, Gilgit
    Pakistan
  • A couple of glistening, pitch-black well trigonal terminated schorl crystals emerge out of a mound of pure white albite. What a contrast! The smaller schorl has a couple of small chips out of it but the larger one is excellent!
Titanite, PyroxeneGrenville, Marialite, etc., Montcerf, Quebec
  • Item #27144
  • Titanite, Pyroxene
  • 4.6x3.8x1.9 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: t-20mm
  • $40.00
  • Zec Desert
  • Montcerf
    Quebec, Canada
  • A single, sharp, dark brown titanite crystal sits well exposed at the back of the matrix. Nice example!
Leucophanite, SeranditeMont Saint-Hilaire, Serandite, Leucophanite
  • Item #27142
  • Leucophanite, Serandite
  • 2.6x0.9x0.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: L-0.65mm
  • $65.00
  • Mont Saint-Hilaire

  • Quebec, Canada
  • Here is a small but potent specimen! :) It is a part of a pink, serandite crystal with a light green leucophanite crystal attached. The leucophanite crystal is fluorescent! Rare and unusual specimen.
PyritePyrite Concretions, Tea Cove, Newfoundland
  • Item #27141
  • Pyrite
  • 9.2x8.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $55.00
  • Tea Cove
  • Port au Port Peninsula
    Newfoundland, Canada
  • A more typical sedimentary, shale-formed spheroidal concretion showing the bands of shale imprinted on the outside of the form. A cluster of pyrite crystals clustered on top. You can't tell from the photos but it actually flying saucer shaped! Nice looking piece!
PyritePyrite Concretions, Tea Cove, Newfoundland
  • Item #27140
  • Pyrite
  • 9.7x8.0x4.5 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 18mm
  • $65.00
  • Tea Cove
  • Port au Port Peninsula
    Newfoundland, Canada
  • This is another interesting piece! It appears to have been part of a larger sheet of pyrite but a part of it that swelled out into a spheroidal concretion with large, sharp cubed of pyrite congregated at one end. Interestingly, the pyrite crystals have amounts of the shale adhering to the middle portion of each cube face sort of resembling inverted hoppers. Very interesting piece!
PyritePyrite Concretions, Tea Cove, Newfoundland
  • Item #27139
  • Pyrite
  • 16.6x14.2x5.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $85.00
  • Tea Cove
  • Port au Port Peninsula
    Newfoundland, Canada
  • A large, flattened, golden potato! Dense! This large concretion has been released from the shale and rumbled around the bottom of the cove for a hundred years or so. Super example! Needs the right amount of postage!
PyritePyrite Concretions, Tea Cove, Newfoundland
  • Item #27135
  • Pyrite
  • 4.7x4.4x3.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $65.00
  • Tea Cove
  • Port au Port Peninsula
    Newfoundland, Canada
  • Here is a flying-saucer/alien vehicle shaped concretion from the Tea Cove locality. Not your normal shape! One side is a smooth disc composed of a mosaic of small crystals while the other side is a kind of oddly shaped mass of tiny crystals with some pyritohedra to 5mm scattered about. Very cool specimen!
SphaleriteSulphides, Arsenides, etc. Miscellaneous, Page Four
  • Item #27132
  • Sphalerite
  • 4.3x3.6x2.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 31mm
  • $40.00
  • OH Vein, Batchelor Mine
  • Creede
    Colorado, Canada
  • A cluster of very dark brown, lustrous sphalerite crystals from this famous mining area. Actually, what appears to be two crystals on the right is actually one larger crystal. Complex twinning, as we often see in sphalerite. Nice piece!
Pyrite, Pyrite, ps calciteNanisivik Mine,  Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Pyrite and Sphalerite
  • Item #27130
  • Pyrite, Pyrite, ps calcite
  • 4.0x4.5x2.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 12mm
  • $75.00
  • Nanisivik Mine
  • Baffin Island
    Nunavut, Canada
  • This ia highly unusual specimen! The "matrix, is a pyrite cast after, I think, calcite. It shows the form of a calcite crystal inside and under. On the outer side of the cast are complex crystals of pyrite poking out here and there. Interestingly, there is one pyrite on the inside of the cast, which indicates that the coherent pyrite crystals formed after the fine-grained cast. Wonderful!
Galena, Quartz, SphaleriteBulgarian Sulphides
  • Item #27128
  • Galena, Quartz, Sphalerite
  • 7.8x.8.8x8.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: g-27mm, q-18mm
  • $55.00
  • Madan

  • Bulgaria
  • Here is a verynice cluster of sharp, cool-looking galena crystals on a mound of quartz crystals wit ha couple of black sphalerite crystals. The galena crystals are the feature with sort of tabular and stepped crystals. Looks great!
MilleriteRocks and Ores, Sulphide Ores, Various Localities
  • Item #27127
  • Millerite
  • 7.5x6.4x4.7 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 27mm
  • $75.00
  • Temagami Mine
  • Temagami
    Ontario, Canada
  • There are several circular masses(thus really spherical) of millerite embedded in rock matrix. The millerite shows the bright, mirror-like cleavage typical of coarse millerite. There is a seam of chalcopyrite on the bottom of the piece. Unusual specimen from an historic mine!
ArsenicPeru -Quiruvilca Mine, Native Arsenic
  • Item #27123
  • Arsenic
  • 10.8x10.3x4.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $140.00
  • Quiruvilca Mine
  • Santiago de Chuco, La Libertad
    Peru
  • A huge specimen of mostly native arsenic in botryoidal habit. The arsenic is solid with just a little quartz/pyrite on the back. Amazing arsenic!
ProustiteMorocco, Imiter Mine, Proustite, Xanthoconite, etc.
  • Item #27119
  • Proustite
  • 4.4x2.6x2.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 2mm
  • $45.00
  • Imiter Mine
  • Djebel Saghro, Ouarzazate
    Morocco
  • A larger cluster of ruby-red proustite crystals and a couple of smaller clusters of the sam mineral are in an open space in the top of this corroded, silver-rich galena. There are some platy crystals that I'll assume are polybasite, also in the cavity. "Ruby Silver"!
Silver, CopperCopper, Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan, USA
  • Item #27116
  • Silver, Copper
  • 2.3x1.6x0.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $40.00
  • Keweenaw Peninsula

  • Michigan, USA
  • The Keweenaw Peninsula s famous for crystallized copper and silver specimens. Another thing it is famous for are these nuggets that are poart silver and part copper. Apparently silver can only "disolve in copper to a certain extent and then afterwards forms a discrete phase as native silver with the copper. Here is an example of that immiscibility!
Tetrahedrite, QuartzMexico, Various Minerals and Localities
  • Item #27115
  • Tetrahedrite, Quartz
  • 6.0x4.7x3.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 20mm
  • $85.00
  • Naica
  • Chihuahua
    Mexico
  • A couple of sharp, tetrahedral crystals of tetrahedrite, along with some smaller ones are formed amongst sharp, milky quartz crystals. One of the lesser known minerals from this famous locality.
PyriteCanadian Specimens, Various Localities
  • Item #27113
  • Pyrite
  • 9.4x4.8x2.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 12mm
  • $40.00
  • Sherman Mine
  • Temagami
    Ontario, Canada
  • Here is a good looking specimen from a long-closed iron mine in northern Ontario. The Sherman Mine is normally famous for the jasper-magnetite-hematite banded ore that they mined there. Here is something a little different, pyrite crystals in and on a shale-like rock matrix. The specimen is repaired but, done well and looks great!
GalkhaiteRare Minerals
  • Item #27109
  • Galkhaite
  • 4.8x2.7x2.6 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 0.5mm
  • $65.00
  • Getchell Mine
  • Humboldt County
    Nevada, USA
  • This specimen has a number of sharp, cubic crystals of galkhaite on it. Little red arrows have conveniently been placed on the piece to better enable you to find and see them with your loupe or 'scope. Nice specimen of a rare mineral1
ArsenicNATIVE ELEMENTS, Various Localities
  • Item #27104
  • Arsenic
  • 5.0x4.2x2.8 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: n/a
  • $65.00
  • Edward Island
  • Lake Superior
    Ontario, Canada
  • A solid piece of native arsenic in botryoidal form from a little known locality near the north shore of lake Superior. The locality was a prospect over a hundred years ago!!
Pentlandite, Chalcopyrite, pyrrhotiteRocks and Ores, Unusual Sudbury Basin Ores -Millerite, Pentlandite, etc.
  • Item #27102
  • Pentlandite, Chalcopyrite, pyrrhotite
  • 7.7x7.0x3.3 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 7mm cleavages
  • $75.00
  • Levack Mine
  • Levack Township
    Ontario, Canada
  • This is a rich specimen of nickel-copper ore from sudbury. It is well above average grade and you can actually see the cleavages of pentlandite embedded in the other sulphides. Pentlandite is a relatively rare mineral that never occurs in free-standing crystals. Here is an excellent example!
Dolomite, Marcasite, Pyrite, ps marcasiteNanisivik Mine, Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Calcite, Dolomite and Quartz
  • Item #27101
  • Dolomite, Marcasite, Pyrite, ps marcasite
  • 6.4X4.2X4.2 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: 31mm
  • $40.00
  • Nanisivik Mine
  • Baffin Island
    Nunavut, Canada
  • Dolomite often occurs in, curved "saddle shaped" crystals. Here is an exemplary example of that form. This highly curved crystal shows a very exaggerated curved rhombohedral form and is nicely perched on bladed, pyrite pseudomorphs after marcasite. As well, the dolomite crystal is speckled with small marcasite crystals. Very interesting piece from the long-closed Nanisivik Mine!
Quartz, PyriteNanisivik Mine, Arctic Bay, Baffin Island, Nunavut, Calcite, Dolomite, Quartz, etc., Page Two
  • Item #27100
  • Quartz, Pyrite
  • 5.1x3.7x2.0 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: q24mm
  • $40.00
  • Nanisivik Mine
  • Baffin Island
    Nunavut, Canada
  • A cluster of doubly-terminated, colourless, sharp quartz crystals associated with a couple of bladed pyrite pseudos after marcasite. Quartz is one of the lesser seen minerals at the Nanisivik Mine!