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Calcite (twinned crystals) from Sokolovskiy-Sarbaiskiy Mine, Rudnyy, Kustanay Oblast, Kazakhstan

 
Calcite (twinned crystals) from Sokolovskiy-Sarbaiskiy Mine, Rudnyy, Kustanay Oblast, Kazakhstan

Calcite (twinned crystals) from Sokolovskiy-Sarbaiskiy Mine, Rudnyy, Kustanay Oblast, Kazakhstan

Calcite (twinned crystals) from Sokolovskiy-Sarbaiskiy Mine, Rudnyy, Kustanay Oblast, Kazakhstan

Calcite (twinned crystals) from Sokolovskiy-Sarbaiskiy Mine, Rudnyy, Kustanay Oblast, Kazakhstan

Calcite (twinned crystals) from Sokolovskiy-Sarbaiskiy Mine, Rudnyy, Kustanay Oblast, Kazakhstan

Calcite (twinned crystals) from Sokolovskiy-Sarbaiskiy Mine, Rudnyy, Kustanay Oblast, Kazakhstan

DESCRIPTION:No. 63159
Mineral:Calcite (twinned crystals)
Locality:Sokolovskiy-Sarbaiskiy Mine, Rudnyy, Kustanay Oblast, Kazakhstan
Description:Flawless transparent yellow rhombohedral calcite crystals on plate of gray matrix. There are four distinct calcite crystals and they exhibit penetration twinning on the {00*1} plane. This locality is famous for these twinned calcite crystals. Ex. Mort Metersky collection #Ca-881, director of International Calcite Collectors Association
Overall Size:5x5x3 cm
Crystals:15-45 mm
Status: For reference only
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