|AllMinerals/JohnBetts-FineMinerals > Online Mineral Museum Photographic Archive > Minerals from Pennsylvania > Deweylite (talc+serpentine)|
|Locality:||(Texas), State Line District, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania|
|Description:||Translucent amber-colored deweylite, an obsolete name for a mixture of serpentine and talc. This specimen has cavity in the middle lined with botryoidal growths. The original label did not list the locale, someone added Texas (=Low's or Wood's Mine). Ex. John A. Manley (1861-1936) ca. 1890s|
|Overall Size:||5x5x4 cm|
|Status:||Sold - Posted here for reference only|
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