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Magnetite (rare cubic and tetrahexahedral crystal form) with Talc from ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York

 
Magnetite (rare cubic and tetrahexahedral crystal form) with Talc from ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York

Magnetite (rare cubic and tetrahexahedral crystal form) with Talc from ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York

Magnetite (rare cubic and tetrahexahedral crystal form) with Talc from ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York

Magnetite (rare cubic and tetrahexahedral crystal form) with Talc from ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York

Magnetite (rare cubic and tetrahexahedral crystal form) with Talc from ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York

Magnetite (rare cubic and tetrahexahedral crystal form) with Talc from ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York

DESCRIPTION:No. 70982
Mineral:Magnetite (rare cubic and tetrahexahedral crystal form) with Talc
Locality:ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York
Description:Double-sided cluster of many lustrous black magnetite crystals exhibiting rare cubic and tetrahexahedral crystal form (magnetite is commonly octahedral) intermixed with fine-grained yellowish talc. Many cubic magnetite crystals are exposed throughout. Collected 1991-1992. See: Cubic and Tetrahexahedral Magnetite in May-June 2008 Rocks and Minerals
Overall Size:6.5x3.5x2.5 cm
Crystals:micro to 6 mm
Status: For reference only
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