David K. Joyce

Bismuth, Wolfram Camp, Queensland, Australia

The Wolfram Camp, Australia is famous for native bismuth, which often occurred between enmeshed quartz crystals in the tungsten, molybdenum veins. Here are some solid samples of native bismuth, most showing quartz crystal imprints, bright cleavages or some with bismuthinite crystals embedded in them.

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BismuthBismuth, Wolfram Camp, Queensland, Australia
  • Item #22046
  • Bismuth
  • 7.2x5.0x5.4 cm
  • Largest Crystal Size: as above
  • $325.00
  • Queensland
  • Wolfram Camp
  • A splendid example of native bismuth that has been contacted on all sides by quartz crystals, with imprints of those quartz crystals in the bismuth as witness. Very dense since it is solid bismuth! Really great looking specimen! r