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Mineral Specimen No. 64413:
Margarite from Chester Emery Mines, Hampden County, Massachusetts.

This mineral specimen of Margarite from Chester Emery Mines, Hampden County, Massachusetts 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. 64413:

Minerals Species: Margarite.
Location of mineral deposit: Chester Emery Mines, Hampden County, Massachusetts.
Description: Classic specimen of a vein of pinkish platy margarite crystals exposed on the edge greenish schist. For more locality info see the article: The Chester Emery Mines in Mineralogical Record V.9, #4 Ex. Morse collection.
Overall size of mineral specimen: 10x8.5x6 cm.
Size of individual crystals: 4-10 mm
Price: $150 (plus shipping).

Mineral Specimens: Margarite from Chester Emery Mines, Hampden County, Massachusetts

Mineral Specimens: Margarite from Chester Emery Mines, Hampden County, Massachusetts

Cabinet-sized Specimen

  


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