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Autunite from Daybreak Mine, Spokane County, Washington

Autunite from Daybreak Mine, Spokane County, Washington

Photo below under shortwave ultraviolet illumination:
Autunite from Daybreak Mine, Spokane County, Washington

Locality:Daybreak Mine, Spokane County, Washington
Description:Flat cluster of mica-like green autunite crystals in fan-shaped aggregates. This specimen has grass-green color and shows little sign of decomposition. Presumably it was coated to prevent decomposition. Radioactive. Ex. Robert C. Lambert #601
Overall Size:4.5x3.5x1 cm
Crystals:4-7 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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