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Hardystonite, Franklinite, Rhodonite from Franklin Mining District, Sussex County, New Jersey (Type Locality for Hardystonite and Franklinite)

 
Hardystonite, Franklinite, Rhodonite from Franklin Mining District, Sussex County, New Jersey (Type Locality for Hardystonite and Franklinite)

Hardystonite, Franklinite, Rhodonite from Franklin Mining District, Sussex County, New Jersey (Type Locality for Hardystonite and Franklinite)

Hardystonite, Franklinite, Rhodonite from Franklin Mining District, Sussex County, New Jersey (Type Locality for Hardystonite and Franklinite)

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Hardystonite, Franklinite, Rhodonite from Franklin Mining District, Sussex County, New Jersey (Type Locality for Hardystonite and Franklinite)

DESCRIPTION:No. 34421
Mineral:Hardystonite, Franklinite, Rhodonite
Locality:Franklin Mining District, Sussex County, New Jersey (Type Locality for Hardystonite and Franklinite)
Description:Gray-brown hardystonite with black franklinite and pink rhodonite with old label signed by John A. Manley indicating it was from the original discovery of hardystonite. Manley authored an article on Franklin in the Mineral Collector in May 1899. Ex. John A. Manley (1861-1936) ca. 1899
Overall Size:6.5x3x2 cm
Crystals:
Status: For reference only
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