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Sericite pseudomorphs after Andalusite from Quartz Creek, King County, Washington

 
Sericite pseudomorphs after Andalusite from Quartz Creek, King County, Washington

Sericite pseudomorphs after Andalusite from Quartz Creek, King County, Washington

DESCRIPTION:No. 58276
Mineral:Sericite pseudomorphs after Andalusite
Locality:Quartz Creek, King County, Washington
Description:Silky brown sericite pseudomorphs after columnar andalusite crystals. Sericite is a fine-grained mixture of micas, most likely muscovite. Ex. A. Stevenson (1916-2007) collection #1681, originally acquired in 1984 from Bart Cannon
Overall Size:5.5x3.5x2 cm
Crystals:1-9 mm pseudos
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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