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Almandine Garnet from subway excavation at 26th Street and 6th Avenue, Manhattan Island, New York City, New York

 
Almandine Garnet from subway excavation at 26th Street and 6th Avenue, Manhattan Island, New York City, New York

Almandine Garnet from subway excavation at 26th Street and 6th Avenue, Manhattan Island, New York City, New York

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Almandine Garnet from subway excavation at 26th Street and 6th Avenue, Manhattan Island, New York City, New York

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Almandine Garnet from subway excavation at 26th Street and 6th Avenue, Manhattan Island, New York City, New York

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Almandine Garnet from subway excavation at 26th Street and 6th Avenue, Manhattan Island, New York City, New York

DESCRIPTION:No. 71702
Mineral:Almandine Garnet
Locality:subway excavation at 26th Street and 6th Avenue, Manhattan Island, New York City, New York
Description:Lustrous translucent wine-red almandine garnet crystal on fine-grained biotite schist. The almandine garnet crystal is trapezohedral form and is flattened on one axis resulting in an oblong shape. Ex. Ken Hogan collection
Overall Size:4x2x1.5 cm
Crystals:24 mm
Status: For reference only
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