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Beryl (18-sided crystal) from McGinnis Mine, Wentworth, Grafton County, New Hampshire

 
Beryl (18-sided crystal) from McGinnis Mine, Wentworth, Grafton County, New Hampshire

DESCRIPTION:No. 44410
Mineral:Beryl (18-sided crystal)
Locality:McGinnis Mine, Wentworth, Grafton County, New Hampshire
Description:Rare 18-sided prismatic beryl crystal with translucent green color and well defined crystal faces. This crystal is quite translucent with areas of transparency. This locality is well known for 18-sided crystals. Ex. Chas. W. Velte Jr. (1914-1987) collection
Overall Size:25x20x16 mm
Crystals:25 mm
Status: SOLD Buy similar at: Minerals from New England, USA > Feldspar, Mica & other Silicates
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