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I have approximately 5000 minerals in stock. But this site can only hold 800-900 specimens without slowing loading time. Below is a listing of other minerals  ($75 and up) currently available from our warehouse, but not pictured on this web site. Email to inquire about availability, info or photos. Because these are buried among 4500 specimens in the warehouse, expect a delay of up to one week in filling any requests. Click here if you are lookng for faster service to select from the mineral galleries on this site.

4500 more  minerals are available. Email your requests and I will do my best to find what you are looking for.


#44513 - Mineral: Andradite var. Demantoid Garnet, Val Malenco, Sondrio Province, Lombardy, Italy. Lustrous translucent demantoid garnet crystals, the green variety of andradite, in tan-colored matrix. Many crystals are complete, but others are incomplete. Remnants of metallic magnetite are visible on the underside. Ex. Miller collection ca. 1900 Overall Size: 8x4.5x4 cm. Crystal Size: 1-6 mm. Price: $65

#55404 - Mineral: Apophyllite-(KF) on Prehnite with Calcite, O and G Industries Southbury Quarry, Southbury, New Haven County, Connecticut. Large cavity lined with lustrous transparent colorless apophyllite crystals to 5 mm on translucent green prehnite crystals in hemispherical aggregates to 3 mm diameter with translucent colorless rhombohedral calcite crystals to 2 mm. Bottom is sawn. Collected ca. 1989 Overall Size: 12x11x10 cm. Crystal Size: 1-5 mm. Price: $150

#5836 - Mineral: Azurite with Malachite ps. after Azurite, Tsumeb Mine, Otavi-Bergland District, Oshikoto, Namibia. Small pocket of lustrous dark blue azurite crystals with portion pseudomorphed into chatoyant malachite. Overall Size: 2.5x1.5x1 cm. Crystal Size: 9 mm. Price: $65

#56702 - Mineral: Bastnäsite-(Ce), Andakatany, Ambositra District, Fianarantsoa, Madagascar. Crystallized mass of brown bastnäsite-(Ce) with lustrous faces on the parting planes on the front and rear. Weakly radioactive. Collected ca. 1980 Overall Size: 5.5x3.5x2 cm.. Price: $75

#5217 - Mineral: Calcite, Chimney Rock Quarry, Bound Brook, Somerset County, New Jersey. Micro calcite overgrowth on large rhombic calcite crystals to 25 mm on edge. Ex. Swigert collection #608. Collected ca. 1985 Overall Size: 11x8x5 cm. Crystal Size: 10-25 mm. Price: $60

#17999 - Mineral: Calcite, Sweetwater Mine, Viburnum Trend, Reynolds County, Missouri. Two golden yellow calcite crystals with minor matrix attached on one side. The calcite crystals are translucent and have complex surfaces of many parallel crystal faces. No damage. Ex. Earle Sullivan collection (Ct.) Overall Size: 10x6x5 cm. Crystal Size: 7-10 cm. Price: $65

#56916 - Mineral: Calcite, Ontario, Canada. Transparent-to-translucent pale-yellow calcite crystals with a flat surface on the rear where it apparently grew against a flat object. The calcite crystals formed as both rhombohedral form or scalenohedral form with rhombohedral termination faces. Ex. Tom Penney collection #285 Overall Size: 10.5x9x5 cm. Crystal Size: 5-35 mm. Price: $55

#55088 - Mineral: Celestine with Calcite overgrowth, Lime City, Wood County, Ohio. Large cluster of bladed translucent blue-gray celestine (celestite) crystals to 22 mm with thin overgrowth of transparent colorless scalenohedral calcite crystals to 1 mm. The calcite fluoresces under UV illumination and phosphoresces in the dark. Overall Size: 11x10x7 cm. Crystal Size: 1-22 mm. Price: $65

#33668 - Mineral: Cobaltite, Riddarhyttan, Vastmanland, Sweden. Five beautiful silver-white petagondodecaedric Cobaltite crystals with metallic luster. Superb specimens. RARE. No damage. Ex. Bergslageks Museum specimen. Ex. John A. Rorer, Jr. collection #069; Ex. Dr. Rorer-purchased from Dr. G. Carlson, U of Lon Overall Size: .5X.5X.5cm [x5].. Price: $125

#14442 - Mineral: Columbite-(Fe), Bedford, Westchester County, New York. Large crystal of dark metallic columbite with parallel crystals along the sides. The surface has a tan-colored surface alteration. This was probably collected at the old Kinkel Quarry or nearby pegmatite localities. Ex. Joe Cilen (1916-1997) #12023 Overall Size: 25x22x10 mm. Crystal Size: 10-25 mm. Price: $95

#33608 - Mineral: Copper, Selwyn Mine, Mt. Eliot, Mt. Isa, Queensland, Australia. A superbly crystallized Native Copper specimen. The large crystals [10 mm] have sharp corners and faces with a rich metallic shine. Partly dusted with minute specular Hematite. No damage. Weight 245.0 grams. Specimen o Ex. John A. Rorer, Jr. collection #009; Ex. pvt. collector in Queensland [per Hurley]. Overall Size: 10.5x4.5x3 cm.. Price: $245

#23831 - Mineral: Copper, Cornwall, England. Rectangular mass of intergrown copper wire crystals. The copper has tarnished over the years, but could be cleaned. Ex. Joe Cilen (1916-1997) #8754 Overall Size: 35x20x5 mm. Crystal Size: 5 mm. Price: $70

#15669 - Mineral: Copper, Found while digging the foundation of Keweenaw Gift Shop, Keweenaw, Michigan. Elongated specimen of native copper with a multi-colored, almost iridescent, patina. On the back side is a hemispherical depression (post-mining?). Ex. Phyllis Smith collection Overall Size: 11x5x4 cm. Crystal Size: -. Price: $50

#32751 - Mineral: Crocoite with Gibbsite, Dundas, Tasmania, Australia. Lustrous crystals of red-orange crocoite up to 14 mm long on gossan matrix with powdery yellow-orange gibbsite. Many crystals are terminated. Overall Size: 8x5x5 cm. Crystal Size: .1-14 mm. Price: $75

#5332 - Mineral: Cuprite with Native Copper, Bisbee, Warren District, Cochise County, Arizona. Vein of native copper with dark red cuprite crystals running through ligh matrix. Cuprite crystals to 2 mm exposed on bright native copper. Ex. Lizzul collection. Overall Size: 10x5x2 cm. Crystal Size: .5-2 mm. Price: $60

#34744 - Mineral: Epidote and Actinolite, Cumberland, north of Pawtucket, Providence County, Rhode Island. Dark green-black actinolite crystals up to 6 mm on yellow-green epidote crystals. The actinolite are thin, lustrous crystals and they are protected in the recesses of the cavity. Ex. John A. Manley ca. 1890s Overall Size: 6x4x4 cm. Crystal Size: 1-7 mm. Price: $65

#57716 - Mineral: Howlite, Sterling Borax Mine, Tick Canyon, Los Angeles County, California. Large white howlite nodule from the famous Tick Canyon deposit with one end sawn flat to expose the solid white interior. The howlite is good quality for carving or lapidary uses. Collected ca. 1980. Weight: 848 grams Overall Size: 10x8x7 cm.. Price: $125

#30494 - Mineral: Magnetite on Dolomite, New Idria District, San Benito County, California. Dense mixture of black magnetite crystals up to .2 mm intergrown with rhombic, white crystals of dolomite up to 5 mm. Fully crystallized on all sides - no damage. Lininger's label lists the wrong location. Ex. Jay Lininger (1939-2004) California reference collection Overall Size: 5.5x5.5x4 cm. Crystal Size: .2-5 mm. Price: $55

#5813 - Mineral: Native Silver, Dzhezkazgan, Karaganda Oblast', Kazakhstan. Single wire of native silver in very sculptural formation collected in the big discovery of 1989-1990. Ex. John Durkos #1189 Overall Size: 25x15x1mm. Crystal Size: 25x15x1mm. Price: $70

#58150 - Mineral: Powellite, Nasik District, Maharashtra, India. Translucent yellow-brown powellite crystal with tan-colored stilbite in unusual white matrix that appears to be highly altered apophyllite or pseudomorphs of apophyllite. The powellite fluoresces bright yellow under SW UV illumination. Overall Size: 9x8x4 cm. Crystal Size: 18 mm. Price: $325

#31680 - Mineral: Prehnite, Interstate 80 road cut, Paterson, Passaic County, New Jersey. Exceptionally large plate covered with yellow-green prehnite crystals in spherical aggregates up to 5 mm diameter with areas between the crystals are coated with greenish-brown clay. The contrasting colors and large size make this an attractive specimen. Collected ca. 1970 by Bob Kreider(sp?) Overall Size: 24x17x6 cm. Crystal Size: 3-5 mm. Price: $75

#4493 - Mineral: Prehnite and Calcite, Roncari Quarry, East Granby, Hartford County, Connecticut. Excellent large crystals of green prehnite and calcite collected ca. 1940. Very well crystallized for prehnite, that usually forms ball shaped aggregates. Ex. Joe Cilen (1916-1997) #708 Overall Size: 9x5x5 cm. Crystal Size: 10-15 mm. Price: $75

#22543 - Mineral: Quartz var. Rose Quartz Crystals, Rose Quartz Locality, Plumbago Mountain, Oxford County, Maine. White albite matrix with a shallow cavity lined with pink crystals of rose quartz. This is one of the few locatities in the world that produce crystals of rose quartz. This specimen is one of the best of the find. Collected in June 1969 by Clifford Earl Trebilcock (1920-2000) Overall Size: 10x6x5 cm. Crystal Size: 2-8 mm. Price: $125

#22544 - Mineral: Quartz var. Rose Quartz Crystals, Rose Quartz Locality, Plumbago Mountain, Oxford County, Maine. White albite matrix with a shallow cavity lined with pink crystals of rose quartz. This is one of the few locatities in the world that produce crystals of rose quartz. Collected in June 1969 by Clifford Earl Trebilcock (1920-2000) Overall Size: 11x6x4 cm. Crystal Size: 2-7 mm. Price: $85

#52132 - Mineral: Quartz with Pyrite, Gorge Road condominium excavation, Edgewater, Palisades Sill, Bergen County, New Jersey. The largest specimen collected from a quartz-pyrite formation in a fracture joint in the Palisades Sill diabase. The surfaces are composed of translucent milky quartz crystals to 5 mm with cavities where the pyrite decomposed to limonite. collected ca. 1999 Overall Size: 22x13x3.5 cm. Crystal Size: 1-5 mm. Price: $65

#57983 - Mineral: Sapphirine, Harts Range, Northern Territory, Australia. Two greenish-gray flattened sapphirine crystals exposed on the edge of fine-grained biotite schist. The upper (better exposed) sapphirine crystal was probably restored into position with glue. Overall Size: 7.5x6x3 cm. Crystal Size: 14-15 mm. Price: $65

#16563 - Mineral: Silver, Beaver Mine, Cobalt, Ontario, Canada. Heavy specimen composed primarily of native silver with minor cobalt and calcite. The native silver has a nice natural patina. Ex. J. Durkos collection #1205 Overall Size: 6x4x2 cm. Crystal Size: -. Price: $55

#56901 - Mineral: Wollastonite, Arizona. Large triangular crystallized mass of chatoyant greenish-gray wollastonite with two faces sawn flat to reveal the radiating structure of the wollastonite crystals surrounded by tan-colored matrix (limestone?). No exact locality was given. Overall Size: 14x10x7 cm. Crystal Size: 3-10 mm. Price: $55

Above is a listing of other minerals currently available from our warehouse, but not pictured on this web site.
Email to inquire about availability, info or photos. Because these are buried among 4500 specimens, expect a delay of up to one week in filling any requests.
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