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Copper pseudomorph after Azurite from Copper Rose Mine, Georgetown District, Grant County, New Mexico

 
Copper pseudomorph after Azurite from Copper Rose Mine, Georgetown District, Grant County, New Mexico

DESCRIPTION:No. 49007
Mineral:Copper pseudomorph after Azurite
Locality:Copper Rose Mine, Georgetown District, Grant County, New Mexico
Description:Metallic native copper pseudomorphs after rosette-shaped cluster of bladed azurite crystals to 15 mm fully crystallized on all surfaces - a floater. The azurite crystallized first, then altered atom by atom to copper keeping the original azurite form. Ex. R. Hauck collection
Overall Size:3x3x2 cm
Crystals:3-15 mm pseudos
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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