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Aragonite (pseudohexagonal twinned crystals) from Molina de Aragón, Guadalajara, Castilla-Leon, Spain (Type Locality for Aragonite)

 
Aragonite (pseudohexagonal twinned crystals) from Molina de Aragón, Guadalajara, Castilla-Leon, Spain (Type Locality for Aragonite)

Aragonite (pseudohexagonal twinned crystals) from Molina de Aragón, Guadalajara, Castilla-Leon, Spain (Type Locality for Aragonite)

DESCRIPTION:No. 20707
Mineral:Aragonite (pseudohexagonal twinned crystals)
Locality:Molina de Aragón, Guadalajara, Castilla-Leon, Spain (Type Locality for Aragonite)
Description:Several connected, elongated, doubly-terminated aragonite crystals 2.5 cm long with excellent surface luster. The aragonite crystals falsely appear to be hexagonal form - actually are cyclic twins. No damage. With old label from Wards. Ex. Robert C. Linck (1905-1970)
Overall Size:4x3x2.5 cm
Crystals:1-2.5 cm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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