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Serpentine var. Williamsite from State Line District, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

 
Serpentine var. Williamsite from State Line District, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania

DESCRIPTION:No. 59739
Mineral:Serpentine var. Williamsite
Locality:State Line District, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania
Description:Sawn slab of green serpentine, variety williamsite. The williamsite slab is 6 mm thick, polished on one face and is translucent when rear illuminated. Williamsite is highly sought-after as a lapidary material by local collectors. Ex Jeff Weissman collection #1852; ex. Betts #27871; ex. L. and B. Schmitt
Overall Size:11x4x.6 cm
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Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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