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Quartz (Japan Law-twinned) from P. C. Mine, Basin Creek, Jefferson County, Montana

 
Quartz (Japan Law-twinned) from P. C. Mine, Basin Creek, Jefferson County, Montana

DESCRIPTION:No. 12614
Mineral:Quartz (Japan Law-twinned)
Locality:P. C. Mine, Basin Creek, Jefferson County, Montana
Description:An odd specimen, completely crystallized on all surfaces, that was probably broken during formation then continued to crystallize resulting in thin splinter-like crystals. The main part is a 2 cm transparent Japan-law twin crystal.
Overall Size:4x3x.5 cm
Crystals:2 cm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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