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Magnetite exhibiting rare cubic habit (set of 8 crystals) from ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York

 
Magnetite exhibiting rare cubic habit (set of 8 crystals) from ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York

Magnetite exhibiting rare cubic habit (set of 8 crystals) from ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York

Magnetite exhibiting rare cubic habit (set of 8 crystals) from ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York

Magnetite exhibiting rare cubic habit (set of 8 crystals) from ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York

DESCRIPTION:No. 73025
Mineral:Magnetite exhibiting rare cubic habit (set of 8 crystals)
Locality:ZCA Mine No. 4, Fowler Ore Body, 2500' Level, Balmat, St. Lawrence County, New York
Description:Set of 8 lustrous black-metallic magnetite crystals in graduating sizes from 2.0 to 5.5 mm mounted on an acrylic base (may easily be removed). The magnetite crystals are rare cubic form (magnetite is normally octahedral form) from a one-time find. Collected 1991-1992. See: Cubic and Tetrahexahedral Magnetite in May-June 2008 Rocks and Minerals
Overall Size:50 mm base
Crystals:2-5.5 mm
Status: For reference only
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