Below is a gallery of Native Element mineral
specimens for sale from John Betts - Fine Minerals in New York City, NY.
Native elements are naturally occurring mineral specimens of pure elements.
Included in this group are native gold, native silver,
native copper, native lead, native arsenic, bismuth, sulfur, platinum, antimony,
diamonds, and graphite. Native elements are unusual because these
elements more commonly combine with other elements to for complex compounds.
Native elements occur in several locations throughout the world including:
Tsumeb Mine and Onganja Mine, Namibia, Mexico, Kazakhstan, Ray Mine, Arizona,
Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan, Nevada, Pennsylvania, California, Australia,
Alaska, Germany, Norway, Canada, Italy. To purchase mineral specimens, go
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India, Pakistan & Afghanistan
Tsumeb Mine, Namibia
Minerals from Type Localities
Apatite & Phosphates
Barite, Celestine & Sulfates
Azurite, Malachite & Carbonates
Fluorite & Halides
Gold, Silver & Elements
Magnetite, Hematite & Oxides
Galena, Pyrite & Sulfides/Sulfosalts
Zeolites and Associated
Wulfenite & Molbdates, Arsenates, Vanadates
Uncut Diamond Crystals
Diamonds under 1 carat
Diamonds 1-2 carats
Diamonds 2-5 carats
Diamonds over 5 carats
Diamond Crystal Clusters
Diamonds for Jewelry
Sawn slices of zoned diamonds
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