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Silver from Keweenaw Peninsula, Lake Superior, Michigan

 
Silver from Keweenaw Peninsula, Lake Superior, Michigan

Silver from Keweenaw Peninsula, Lake Superior, Michigan

DESCRIPTION:No. 12345
Mineral:Silver
Locality:Keweenaw Peninsula, Lake Superior, Michigan
Description:Superb specimen of native silver with minor native copper inclusions. Crude crystal faces can be seen in the protected areas inside crevices. Total weight: 91 grams. Originally acquired in 1962 from Werner Krause. Ex. Dr. Eugene E. Sensel (1911-2000) collection #B225
Overall Size:9x4x2 cm
Crystals:2-4 mm
Status: SOLD Buy similar at: Minerals from Midwest, USA > Native Elements
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