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Gummite (Becquerelite-Fourmarierite pseudomorphs after Uraninite) with Uranophane from (Ruggles Mine), Grafton Center, Grafton County, New Hampshire

 
Gummite (Becquerelite-Fourmarierite pseudomorphs after Uraninite) with Uranophane from (Ruggles Mine), Grafton Center, Grafton County, New Hampshire

Gummite (Becquerelite-Fourmarierite pseudomorphs after Uraninite) with Uranophane from (Ruggles Mine), Grafton Center, Grafton County, New Hampshire

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Gummite (Becquerelite-Fourmarierite pseudomorphs after Uraninite) with Uranophane from (Ruggles Mine), Grafton Center, Grafton County, New Hampshire

DESCRIPTION:No. 37626
Mineral:Gummite (Becquerelite-Fourmarierite pseudomorphs after Uraninite) with Uranophane
Locality:(Ruggles Mine), Grafton Center, Grafton County, New Hampshire
Description:Classic specimen of orange gummite (becquerelite-fourmarierite pseudomorphs after uraninite) in areas up to 15 mm across with many areas of lemon-yellow uranophane. Undoubtedly from the famous Ruggles Mine. Radioactive. Ex. Steve Chamberlain collection #6668; acquired from R. Bentley in 1985; ex. Crunden collection #712
Overall Size:14x9x4 cm
Crystals:micro
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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