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Copper (crystallized) from Quincy Mine, Hancock, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

 
Copper (crystallized) from Quincy Mine, Hancock, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

Copper (crystallized) from Quincy Mine, Hancock, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

Copper (crystallized) from Quincy Mine, Hancock, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

Copper (crystallized) from Quincy Mine, Hancock, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

Copper (crystallized) from Quincy Mine, Hancock, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

Copper (crystallized) from Quincy Mine, Hancock, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

Copper (crystallized) from Quincy Mine, Hancock, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

DESCRIPTION:No. 43392
Mineral:Copper (crystallized)
Locality:Quincy Mine, Hancock, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan
Description:Arborescent native copper crystals with long, central copper crystals 65 mm long with smaller copper crystals branching off, with even smaller copper crystals on them. The copper crystals are exposed on the front and rear of the specimen. Ex. Lawrence H. Conklin (1933-2016)
Overall Size:6.5x4x2.5 cm
Crystals:1-65 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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