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Variscite, Wardite, Crandallite, Millisite from Clay Canyon, Fairfield, Utah County, Utah (Type Locality for Wardite and Millisite)

 
Variscite, Wardite, Crandallite, Millisite from Clay Canyon, Fairfield, Utah County, Utah (Type Locality for Wardite and Millisite)

Variscite, Wardite, Crandallite, Millisite from Clay Canyon, Fairfield, Utah County, Utah (Type Locality for Wardite and Millisite)

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Variscite, Wardite, Crandallite, Millisite from Clay Canyon, Fairfield, Utah County, Utah (Type Locality for Wardite and Millisite)

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Variscite, Wardite, Crandallite, Millisite from Clay Canyon, Fairfield, Utah County, Utah (Type Locality for Wardite and Millisite)

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Variscite, Wardite, Crandallite, Millisite from Clay Canyon, Fairfield, Utah County, Utah (Type Locality for Wardite and Millisite)

DESCRIPTION:No. 61284
Mineral:Variscite, Wardite, Crandallite, Millisite
Locality:Clay Canyon, Fairfield, Utah County, Utah (Type Locality for Wardite and Millisite)
Description:Classic nodule of green variscite, yellow crandallite, pink-gray millisite and gray-green wardite probably collected by Ed Over and sold through Arthur Montgomery. This is a rough variscite nodule that was not sawn or polished. Ex Jeff Weissman collection #741
Overall Size:8x6x4 cm
Crystals:micro
Status: For reference only
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