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Romanechite pseudomorph after Gypsum from Agios Konstandinos, Lavrion (Laurium) Mining District, Attica Peninsula, Greece

 
Romanechite pseudomorph after Gypsum from Agios Konstandinos, Lavrion (Laurium) Mining District, Attica Peninsula, Greece

Romanechite pseudomorph after Gypsum from Agios Konstandinos, Lavrion (Laurium) Mining District, Attica Peninsula, Greece

DESCRIPTION:No. 32126
Mineral:Romanechite pseudomorph after Gypsum
Locality:Agios Konstandinos, Lavrion (Laurium) Mining District, Attica Peninsula, Greece
Description:Long pseudomorph of brown romanechite replacing a slender gypsum crystal. One side shows the original crystal shape very well. The formation is hollow throughout.
Overall Size:11x1x.8 cm
Crystals:11 cm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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