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Microcline (Manebach-Law Twinned) with Smoky Quartz from Crystal Peak area, 6.5 km northeast of Lake George, Park-Teller Counties, Colorado

 
Microcline (Manebach-Law Twinned) with Smoky Quartz from Crystal Peak area, 6.5 km northeast of Lake George, Park-Teller Counties, Colorado

Microcline (Manebach-Law Twinned) with Smoky Quartz from Crystal Peak area, 6.5 km northeast of Lake George, Park-Teller Counties, Colorado

Microcline (Manebach-Law Twinned) with Smoky Quartz from Crystal Peak area, 6.5 km northeast of Lake George, Park-Teller Counties, Colorado

Microcline (Manebach-Law Twinned) with Smoky Quartz from Crystal Peak area, 6.5 km northeast of Lake George, Park-Teller Counties, Colorado

DESCRIPTION:No. 50332
Mineral:Microcline (Manebach-Law Twinned) with Smoky Quartz
Locality:Crystal Peak area, 6.5 km northeast of Lake George, Park-Teller Counties, Colorado
Description:Large cluster of blocky tan-colored microcline crystals to 45 mm with lustrous dark smoky quartz crystals to 30 mm. In the center is a microcline crystal twinned following the Manebach Law of feldspar twinning with easily identifiable twin plane. Ex. John Geiges collection #899, originally acquired from D. Bunk in 2004; ex. George White
Overall Size:15x11x9 cm
Crystals:10-45 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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