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Variscite, Montgomeryite, Crandallite, Wardite from Little Green Monster Mine, Clay Canyon, Fairfield, Utah County, Utah (Type Locality for Montgomeryite and Wardite)

 
Variscite, Montgomeryite, Crandallite, Wardite from Little Green Monster Mine, Clay Canyon, Fairfield, Utah County, Utah (Type Locality for Montgomeryite and Wardite)

Variscite, Montgomeryite, Crandallite, Wardite from Little Green Monster Mine, Clay Canyon, Fairfield, Utah County, Utah (Type Locality for Montgomeryite and Wardite)

Variscite, Montgomeryite, Crandallite, Wardite from Little Green Monster Mine, Clay Canyon, Fairfield, Utah County, Utah (Type Locality for Montgomeryite and Wardite)

DESCRIPTION:No. 36212
Mineral:Variscite, Montgomeryite, Crandallite, Wardite
Locality:Little Green Monster Mine, Clay Canyon, Fairfield, Utah County, Utah (Type Locality for Montgomeryite and Wardite)
Description:Half of a large nodule (not just a thin slab!) with green variscite, yellow crandallite, blue montgomeryite and gray-green wardite undoubtedly collected by Ed Over. The sawn face has been polished to highlight the complex internal patterns. Ex. Edna D. Doughty (1892-1989)
Overall Size:12x10x5 cm
Crystals:
Status: For reference only
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