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Spodumene from Chesterfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts

 
Spodumene from Chesterfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts

Spodumene from Chesterfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts

DESCRIPTION:No. 34519
Mineral:Spodumene
Locality:Chesterfield, Hampshire County, Massachusetts
Description:Two crystals of whitish-brown spodumene with crude terminations. This is probably from Clark's Ledge in Chesterfield, the first location in the US where bi-colored elbaite tourmaline was discovered, predating Mt. Mica. Ex. John A. Manley (1861-1936) ca. 1890s
Overall Size:4.5-2 cm
Crystals:4.5-2 cm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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