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Fluorite (interpenetrant twins) from Rogerley Mine, County Durham, England

 
Fluorite (interpenetrant twins) from Rogerley Mine, County Durham, England

Photo below under shortwave ultraviolet illumination:
Fluorite (interpenetrant twins) from Rogerley Mine, County Durham, England

DESCRIPTION:No. 54981
Mineral:Fluorite (interpenetrant twins)
Locality:Rogerley Mine, County Durham, England
Description:Two interpenetrant-twinned transparent green cubic fluorite crystals with no attached matrix. The fluorite crystals have slight crystallization patterns on the surfaces and fluoresce bright violet under UV illumination.
Overall Size:18x17x16 mm
Crystals:14-17 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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