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Copper (Spinel-Law Twinned Native Copper) from Chino Mine, 5100' bench, East Pit, Townsite Island, Santa Rita, Grant County, New Mexico

 
Copper (Spinel-Law Twinned Native Copper) from Chino Mine, 5100' bench, East Pit, Townsite Island, Santa Rita, Grant County, New Mexico

Copper (Spinel-Law Twinned Native Copper) from Chino Mine, 5100' bench, East Pit, Townsite Island, Santa Rita, Grant County, New Mexico

Copper (Spinel-Law Twinned Native Copper) from Chino Mine, 5100' bench, East Pit, Townsite Island, Santa Rita, Grant County, New Mexico

Copper (Spinel-Law Twinned Native Copper) from Chino Mine, 5100' bench, East Pit, Townsite Island, Santa Rita, Grant County, New Mexico

DESCRIPTION:No. 80927
Mineral:Copper (Spinel-Law Twinned Native Copper)
Locality:Chino Mine, 5100' bench, East Pit, Townsite Island, Santa Rita, Grant County, New Mexico
Description:Elongated thin formation of native copper crystals (naturally occurring copper crystals) with distorted diamond-shaped crystals indicative of twinning following the Spinel Law of isometric twinning. The copper crystals have a dark natural patina. Ex. Miller #M2589
Overall Size:62x10x10 mm
Crystals:5-26 mm
Status: Sold - Posted here for reference only
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