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Antigorite var. Williamsite from (Wood's Chrome Mine?), State Line District, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

 
Antigorite var. Williamsite from (Wood's Chrome Mine?), State Line District, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

Antigorite var. Williamsite from (Wood's Chrome Mine?), State Line District, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

Antigorite var. Williamsite from (Wood's Chrome Mine?), State Line District, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

DESCRIPTION:No. 34571
Mineral:Antigorite var. Williamsite
Locality:(Wood's Chrome Mine?), State Line District, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Description:Thick vein of translucent green williamsite, a lapidary-grade variety of antigorite. This specimen has great color and translucency, though it should be polished to show the vivid color. Ex. John A. Manley (1861-1936) ca. 1890s
Overall Size:6x6x4 cm
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Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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