|AllMinerals/JohnBetts-FineMinerals > Online Mineral Museum Photographic Archive > Minerals from Virginia > Turquoise|
|Locality:||Bishop Mine, Lynch Station, Campbell County, Virginia|
|Description:||Double-sided cluster of transparent blue turquoise crystals in spherical aggregates to 1.5 mm diameter intermixed with muscovite mica and colorless quartz. Turquoise rosettes like this are not typical for this old mine that closed in 1910. Ex. J. Turek collection; acquired from Sal Avella (1928-2013); from the Harvard University Museum collection|
|Overall Size:||33x27x13 mm|
|Archived:||For reference only|
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