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Mineral Specimen No. 70221:
Quartz (di-pyramidal habit) over Hematite from Cleator Moor, Cumberland Iron Mining District, Cumbria, England.

This mineral specimen of Quartz (di-pyramidal habit) over Hematite from Cleator Moor, Cumberland Iron Mining District, Cumbria, England 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. 70221:

Minerals Species: Quartz (di-pyramidal habit) over Hematite.
Location of mineral deposit: Cleator Moor, Cumberland Iron Mining District, Cumbria, England.
Description: Large lustrous transparent gray di-pyramidal quartz crystals to 32 mm over gray-metallic hematite crystals to 8 mm in concentrically banded formation. The quartz crystals form is known as Cumberland Habit for the common form found in the area. Ex. Dr. Eugene E. Sensel (1911-2000) collection #R757; acquired in 1959 from Vassar College Collection #1375.
Overall size of mineral specimen: 9.5x7x5 cm.
Size of individual crystals: micro to 32 mm
Price: $225 (plus shipping).

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Mineral Specimens: Quartz (di-pyramidal habit) over Hematite from Cleator Moor, Cumberland Iron Mining District, Cumbria, England

Mineral Specimens: Quartz (di-pyramidal habit) over Hematite from Cleator Moor, Cumberland Iron Mining District, Cumbria, England

Mineral Specimens: Quartz (di-pyramidal habit) over Hematite from Cleator Moor, Cumberland Iron Mining District, Cumbria, England

Mineral Specimens: Quartz (di-pyramidal habit) over Hematite from Cleator Moor, Cumberland Iron Mining District, Cumbria, England

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