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Barite from Force Crag Mine, Braithwaite District, Cumberland, England

 
Barite from Force Crag Mine, Braithwaite District, Cumberland, England

Barite from Force Crag Mine, Braithwaite District, Cumberland, England

Barite from Force Crag Mine, Braithwaite District, Cumberland, England

Barite from Force Crag Mine, Braithwaite District, Cumberland, England

DESCRIPTION:No. 58357
Mineral:Barite
Locality:Force Crag Mine, Braithwaite District, Cumberland, England
Description:Lustrous translucent white bladed barite crystals in a radiating fan-shaped formation. The barite crystals are thin rectangular form with beveled edge faces. Ex. W. Keller #6224
Overall Size:5x4x3.5 cm
Crystals:10-15 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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