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Quartz pseudomorph after Anhydrite from Silverton Mining District, San Juan County, Colorado

 
Quartz pseudomorph after Anhydrite from Silverton Mining District, San Juan County, Colorado

Quartz pseudomorph after Anhydrite from Silverton Mining District, San Juan County, Colorado

DESCRIPTION:No. 15762
Mineral:Quartz pseudomorph after Anhydrite
Locality:Silverton Mining District, San Juan County, Colorado
Description:Two intersecting quartz pseudomorphs after anhydrite crystals 5 cm long. One pseudomorph is completely crystallized on all sides, the other has attachment point (where it was attached to the cavity wall) on the bottom. Very clean,
Overall Size:5x4x4 cm
Crystals:4-5 cm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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