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Aragonite pseudo-hexagonal crystals (a.k.a. Indian Money) from Twin Buttes, 12.8 km north of Rosston, 1.6 km east of Route 283, Harper County, Oklahoma

 
Aragonite pseudo-hexagonal crystals (a.k.a. Indian Money) from Twin Buttes, 12.8 km north of Rosston, 1.6 km east of Route 283, Harper County, Oklahoma

Aragonite pseudo-hexagonal crystals (a.k.a. Indian Money) from Twin Buttes, 12.8 km north of Rosston, 1.6 km east of Route 283, Harper County, Oklahoma

Photo below under shortwave ultraviolet illumination:
Aragonite pseudo-hexagonal crystals (a.k.a. Indian Money) from Twin Buttes, 12.8 km north of Rosston, 1.6 km east of Route 283, Harper County, Oklahoma

Photo below under longwave ultraviolet illumination:
Aragonite pseudo-hexagonal crystals (a.k.a. Indian Money) from Twin Buttes, 12.8 km north of Rosston, 1.6 km east of Route 283, Harper County, Oklahoma

DESCRIPTION:No. 78062
Mineral:Aragonite pseudo-hexagonal crystals (a.k.a. Indian Money)
Locality:Twin Buttes, 12.8 km north of Rosston, 1.6 km east of Route 283, Harper County, Oklahoma
Description:Three limonite-stained floater aragonite crystals. The aragonite crystals are tabular hexagonal form, the result of repeated cyclic twinning. These aragonite crystals are called Indian Money by local residents. Collected ca. 1980
Overall Size:35-21 mm
Crystals:35-21 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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