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Analcime with Datolite and Aragonite from Paterson (probably New Street Quarry), Passaic County, New Jersey

 
Analcime with Datolite and Aragonite from Paterson (probably New Street Quarry), Passaic County, New Jersey

Analcime with Datolite and Aragonite from Paterson (probably New Street Quarry), Passaic County, New Jersey

Analcime with Datolite and Aragonite from Paterson (probably New Street Quarry), Passaic County, New Jersey

Analcime with Datolite and Aragonite from Paterson (probably New Street Quarry), Passaic County, New Jersey

Analcime with Datolite and Aragonite from Paterson (probably New Street Quarry), Passaic County, New Jersey

DESCRIPTION:No. 75912
Mineral:Analcime with Datolite and Aragonite
Locality:Paterson (probably New Street Quarry), Passaic County, New Jersey
Description:Lustrous transparent-to-translucent colorless analcime crystals to 9 mm with lustrous transparent pale-green datolite crystals to 4 mm and small tapered colorless aragonite crystals to 1.7 mm. The analcime crystals are trapezohedral form. Ex. Harry W. Eichel, Jr. (1914-1990); ex. Phil-Mont Christian Academy
Overall Size:7x5x2.5 cm
Crystals:0.5-9.0 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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