|AllMinerals/JohnBetts-FineMinerals > Online Mineral Museum Photographic Archive > Minerals from Connecticut > Almandine Garnet|
|Locality:||(Leiser's Ledge or Mt. Tom?), East Haddam, Middlesex County, Connecticut|
|Description:||Double-sided plate partially translucent trapezohedral red-brown almandine garnet crystals surrounded by layers of black biotite mica with a few black schorl crystals on the rear. This appears to be a vein of garnet in biotite schist. Ex. Hal Kramer collection, acquired ca. 1970|
|Overall Size:||12x10x3 cm|
|Archived:||For reference only|
|Buy similar:||Minerals from New England, USA > Garnet Specimens|
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