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Epidote (twinned crystals) from Jensen Quarry, contact zone at Knob Hill, Riverside County, California

 
Epidote (twinned crystals) from Jensen Quarry, contact zone at Knob Hill, Riverside County, California

Epidote (twinned crystals) from Jensen Quarry, contact zone at Knob Hill, Riverside County, California

Epidote (twinned crystals) from Jensen Quarry, contact zone at Knob Hill, Riverside County, California

Epidote (twinned crystals) from Jensen Quarry, contact zone at Knob Hill, Riverside County, California

Epidote (twinned crystals) from Jensen Quarry, contact zone at Knob Hill, Riverside County, California

DESCRIPTION:No. 50204
Mineral:Epidote (twinned crystals)
Locality:Jensen Quarry, contact zone at Knob Hill, Riverside County, California
Description:Doubly-terminated lustrous translucent dark-green epidote crystal with no matrix attached. The epidote crystal is twinned through the center with twin planes easily visible on the terminations. Both terminations have incomplete faces. Ex. Peter B. Nalle (1923-2010) collection #599, employed at Crestmore 1951-1969, rising to managing director of Riverside Cement Co., personally collected in 1964
Overall Size:92x40x26 mm
Crystals:94 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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