|AllMinerals/JohnBetts-FineMinerals > Online Mineral Museum Photographic Archive > Minerals from Czech Republic > Dyscrasite|
|Locality:||Mine No. 21, PrÝbram, Bohemia, Czech Republic|
|Description:||Classic specimen of twisted, elongated, leaf-like dyscrasite crystals with no matrix attached. The dyscrasite has tarnished to bluish-gray luster. This specimen dates to the 1950s and the mine closed in 1989. Ex. Robert C. Lambert #258b; acquired in 2000|
|Overall Size:||15x15x8 mm|
|Status:||Sold - Posted here for reference only|
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