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Silver (sawn slab of naturally occurring native silver) from Alhambra Mine, Grant County, New Mexico

 
Silver (sawn slab of naturally occurring native silver) from Alhambra Mine, Grant County, New Mexico

Silver (sawn slab of naturally occurring native silver) from Alhambra Mine, Grant County, New Mexico

DESCRIPTION:No. 70588
Mineral:Silver (sawn slab of naturally occurring native silver)
Locality:Alhambra Mine, Grant County, New Mexico
Description:Sawn slab of a vein of bright metallic silver polished on the front and rear to highlight the metallic silver content. The silver formed spotty dendritic patterns with gray to pink secondary mineralization (Nickelskutterudite, Acanthite, Ankerite, etc.). Collected ca. 1985. Weight: 223 grams
Overall Size:11x8.5x0.7 cm
Crystals:
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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