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Quartz pseudomorphs after Anhydrite from Silver Point Mine, Ouray County, Colorado

 
Quartz pseudomorphs after Anhydrite from Silver Point Mine, Ouray County, Colorado

Quartz pseudomorphs after Anhydrite from Silver Point Mine, Ouray County, Colorado

DESCRIPTION:No. 36313
Mineral:Quartz pseudomorphs after Anhydrite
Locality:Silver Point Mine, Ouray County, Colorado
Description:Sharp, well defined quartz pseudomorphs after rectangular, bladed anhydrite crystals up to 30 mm. Anhydrite crystallized first, then was coated with 1 mm quartz crystals, finally the anhydrite dissolved leaving only it's shape.
Overall Size:8x8x5 cm
Crystals:20-30 pseudos
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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