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Copper (naturally crystallized native copper) from Calumet, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

 
Copper (naturally crystallized native copper) from Calumet, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

Copper (naturally crystallized native copper) from Calumet, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

Copper (naturally crystallized native copper) from Calumet, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

Copper (naturally crystallized native copper) from Calumet, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

Copper (naturally crystallized native copper) from Calumet, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan

DESCRIPTION:No. 76697
Mineral:Copper (naturally crystallized native copper)
Locality:Calumet, Keweenaw Peninsula Copper District, Houghton County, Michigan
Description:Well-crystallized native copper crystals (naturally occurring copper crystals) in flat aggregates of interconnected crystals with a fragment of light-colored matrix trapped between the copper. The copper crystals are sharp, well-defined form. Collected ca. 1950
Overall Size:7.5x4.5x1.5 cm
Crystals:0.5-3.5 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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