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Galena (Spinel-Law twinned crystals) with Anglesite coating plus Sphalerite from Picher District, Ottawa County, Oklahoma

 
Galena (Spinel-Law twinned crystals) with Anglesite coating plus Sphalerite from Picher District, Ottawa County, Oklahoma

Galena (Spinel-Law twinned crystals) with Anglesite coating plus Sphalerite from Picher District, Ottawa County, Oklahoma

Galena (Spinel-Law twinned crystals) with Anglesite coating plus Sphalerite from Picher District, Ottawa County, Oklahoma

Galena (Spinel-Law twinned crystals) with Anglesite coating plus Sphalerite from Picher District, Ottawa County, Oklahoma

Galena (Spinel-Law twinned crystals) with Anglesite coating plus Sphalerite from Picher District, Ottawa County, Oklahoma

DESCRIPTION:No. 63678
Mineral:Galena (Spinel-Law twinned crystals) with Anglesite coating plus Sphalerite
Locality:Picher District, Ottawa County, Oklahoma
Description:Galena crystals to 18 mm on dark brown sphalerite crystals to 4 mm over gray chert. The galena crystals are all twinned on the {111} octahedral plane following the Spinel Law of isometric twinning. White anglesite microcrystals coat most of the crystals. Ex. Irving Horowitz collection #2201, acquired in 1989 from Horn Minerals
Overall Size:25x14x5.5 cm
Crystals:micro to 18 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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