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Arfvedsonite (rare terminated crystal) from Hurricane Mountain, Carroll County, New Hampshire

 
Arfvedsonite (rare terminated crystal) from Hurricane Mountain, Carroll County, New Hampshire

Arfvedsonite (rare terminated crystal) from Hurricane Mountain, Carroll County, New Hampshire

Arfvedsonite (rare terminated crystal) from Hurricane Mountain, Carroll County, New Hampshire

Arfvedsonite (rare terminated crystal) from Hurricane Mountain, Carroll County, New Hampshire

Arfvedsonite (rare terminated crystal) from Hurricane Mountain, Carroll County, New Hampshire

DESCRIPTION:No. 68239
Mineral:Arfvedsonite (rare terminated crystal)
Locality:Hurricane Mountain, Carroll County, New Hampshire
Description:Two parallel lustrous black scepter-shaped arfvedsonite crystals with common prism faces but staggered terminations. The arfvedsonite crystals are six-sided prismatic form, with angled termination faces. The lower termination is chipped. Ex. Tom Penney collection #100, collected in the 1960s-70s. One of the best arfvedsonite crystals collected from the find.
Overall Size:20x8x8 mm
Crystals:14-20 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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