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Mineral Specimen No. 28994:
Actinolite pseudomorphs after Pyroxene (var. Uralite) with Grossular Garnet and Albite from Green Monster Mountain-Copper Mountain area, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska.

This mineral specimen of Actinolite pseudomorph safter Pyroxene (var. Uralite) with Grossular Garnet and Albite from Green Monster Mountain-Copper Mountain area, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska is available for sale from John Betts - Fine Minerals, mineral dealer located in New York City, New York.Follow on Facebook

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Detailed information on mineral specimen No. 28994:

Minerals Species: Actinolite pseudomorphs after Pyroxene (var. Uralite) with Grossular Garnet and Albite.
Location of mineral deposit: Green Monster Mountain-Copper Mountain area, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska.
Description: Large cluster of fibrous green actinolite pseudomorphs after prismatic pyroxene crystals to 15 mm with translucent brown dodecahedral grossular garnet crystals to 5 mm and white albite crystals to 4 mm. These pseudomorphs are commonly labeled as Uralite. The specimen formed in a cavity with many crystals intersecting in all directions. Most crystals are complete except in areas where they intersected adjacent crystals in the cavity. ex. Joseph R. Kauffman collection.
Overall size of mineral specimen: 12x11x10 cm.
Size of individual crystals: 1-15 mm
Price: $95 (plus shipping).

Mineral Specimens: Actinolite pseudomorph after Pyroxene (var. Uralite) with Grossular Garnet and Albite from Green Monster Mountain-Copper Mountain area, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Mineral Specimens: Actinolite pseudomorph after Pyroxene (var. Uralite) with Grossular Garnet and Albite from Green Monster Mountain-Copper Mountain area, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Mineral Specimens: Actinolite pseudomorph after Pyroxene (var. Uralite) with Grossular Garnet and Albite from Green Monster Mountain-Copper Mountain area, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Mineral Specimens: Actinolite pseudomorph after Pyroxene (var. Uralite) with Grossular Garnet and Albite from Green Monster Mountain-Copper Mountain area, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Mineral Specimens: Actinolite pseudomorph after Pyroxene (var. Uralite) with Grossular Garnet and Albite from Green Monster Mountain-Copper Mountain area, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Mineral Specimens: Actinolite pseudomorph after Pyroxene (var. Uralite) with Grossular Garnet and Albite from Green Monster Mountain-Copper Mountain area, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Mineral Specimens: Actinolite pseudomorph after Pyroxene (var. Uralite) with Grossular Garnet and Albite from Green Monster Mountain-Copper Mountain area, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Mineral Specimens: Actinolite pseudomorph after Pyroxene (var. Uralite) with Grossular Garnet and Albite from Green Monster Mountain-Copper Mountain area, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

Mineral Specimens: Actinolite pseudomorph after Pyroxene (var. Uralite) with Grossular Garnet and Albite from Green Monster Mountain-Copper Mountain area, Prince of Wales Island, Alaska

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