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Rosasite over Chrysocolla and Aurichalcite from Silver Bill Mine, Courtland-Gleeson District, Cochise County, Arizona

 
Rosasite over Chrysocolla and Aurichalcite from Silver Bill Mine, Courtland-Gleeson District, Cochise County, Arizona

Rosasite over Chrysocolla and Aurichalcite from Silver Bill Mine, Courtland-Gleeson District, Cochise County, Arizona

Rosasite over Chrysocolla and Aurichalcite from Silver Bill Mine, Courtland-Gleeson District, Cochise County, Arizona

Rosasite over Chrysocolla and Aurichalcite from Silver Bill Mine, Courtland-Gleeson District, Cochise County, Arizona

Rosasite over Chrysocolla and Aurichalcite from Silver Bill Mine, Courtland-Gleeson District, Cochise County, Arizona

Rosasite over Chrysocolla and Aurichalcite from Silver Bill Mine, Courtland-Gleeson District, Cochise County, Arizona

DESCRIPTION:No. 75270
Mineral:Rosasite over Chrysocolla and Aurichalcite
Locality:Silver Bill Mine, Courtland-Gleeson District, Cochise County, Arizona
Description:Acicular greenish-blue rosasite microcrystals overgrown on hemispherical aggregates to 4 mm diameter of bladed pale blue-green aurichalcite crystals to 0.5 mm with translucent blue chrysocolla on brown matrix. Rosasite crystals cover front and rear. Collected ca. 1985
Overall Size:5.5x4.5x2.5 cm
Crystals:micro to 0.5 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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