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Talc from Chester, Windsor County, Vermont

 
Talc from Chester, Windsor County, Vermont

DESCRIPTION:No. 18624
Mineral:Talc
Locality:Chester, Windsor County, Vermont
Description:Large specimen of green talc - the softest mineral in Moh's scale of mineral hardness. The softness makes it feel silky-smooth to the touch. This specimen has rich green color and is internally translucent.
Overall Size:12x6x3 cm
Crystals:3-4 cm
Status: For reference only
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