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Graftonite and Heterosite (banded formation) from Palermo Mine, North Groton Pegmatite District, Grafton County, New Hampshire

 
Graftonite and Heterosite (banded formation) from Palermo Mine, North Groton Pegmatite District, Grafton County, New Hampshire

Graftonite and Heterosite (banded formation) from Palermo Mine, North Groton Pegmatite District, Grafton County, New Hampshire

DESCRIPTION:No. 69691
Mineral:Graftonite and Heterosite (banded formation)
Locality:Palermo Mine, North Groton Pegmatite District, Grafton County, New Hampshire
Description:Classic banded formation of gray-brown graftonite and purple heterosite that are the result of altered triphylite. Ex. Irving Horowitz collection #648a; ex. Curt G. Segeler (1901-1989)
Overall Size:3.5x2.5x1.5 cm
Crystals:
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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