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|$50.00||G300c Here is a very nice specimen of Silver in Calcite matrix from the Bousimas Mine Bou-Azzer, Morocco. It measures 1 1/8" x 7/8" x 1". Nice natural Silver specimens are harder to find and generally not available. This is a great collector's item. Exceptionally nice!||
|$110.00||G301c Here is a very nice specimen of Black Hills Gold from the Rochford area in the Black Hills of South Dakota. This shiny gold nugget appears to be solid Gold and weighs 1.27 grams. Very nice!|
|$25.00||G302b Here is a nice Silver and Copper nugget from the upper Michigan Peninsula. The "half-breed" specimen has a great mix of Copper and Silver. These extra nice specimens are getting rare and generally no longer available to the public.||
|$150.00||G303c Here is a rare and very nice specimen of Gold in Quartz Matrix from Homestake Mine (closed in 2002) in the Northern Hills of Lead, South Dakota. It measures approximately 1 1/8" x 3/4" x 1/4". These extra nice specimens are getting rare and generally no longer available to the public. A great addition to any collection.||
Homestake Mine Gold in Matrix
|$7.00||G304b Here is a nice Copper nugget set of four from the upper Michigan Peninsula. It measures 2" x 7/8" x 1/2". These extra nice specimens are getting rare and generally no longer available to the public.||
Here is a nice specimen of natural Silver from a recent new find. This natural Silver
is from the Bousimas Mine in Bou Azzer, Morocco. This gorgeous specimen is
in matrix measuring approximately 1 3/8" x 1 1/2" x 5/8". This specimen
has darker matrix of Acanthite and Calcite. These extra nice specimens are
getting rare and generally no longer available to the public.
Acanthite is a common silver mineral in moderately low-temperature
hydrothermal veins and in zones of supergene enrichment. It occurs in
association with native silver, pyrargyrite, proustite, polybasite,
stephanite, aguilarite, galena, chalcopyrite, sphalerite, calcite and
Here's a new item, a very nice specimen of Black Hills Gold
flakes enclosed in a vile with water from
the Palmer Gulch area in the Black Hills of South Dakota. The total
weight of the flakes is .75 grams. The vile measures 2 3/8" x
5/8" in diameter. A very nice addition to any collection.
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Black Hills Gold
|$221.00||G307c This is a very nice Gold specimen from the Rochford area of the South Dakota Black Hills. This nugget appear to be solid gold with a weight of 2.54 grams. It is more coarse as they have not been river smoothed. Very nice!||
Black Hills Gold
|$15.00||G308b This is an exceptional specimen of Natural Crystalline Copper from the Rita/Chino Mine 5100 Bench in Silver City, New Mexico. This small specimen measures approximately 2 1/8" x 1 1/4" x 3/8", weighs 3.34 grams and has a natural finish. Grab it quick!||
|$200.00||G309c This is an exceptional specimen of Natural Crystalline Copper from the Rita/Chino Mine 5100 Bench in Silver City, New Mexico. It measures approximately 2 7/8" x 2 1/2" x 1 1/4", weighs 36.05 grams and has a natural finish. Don't let this one pass you by!||
|$700.00||G310b Here is a nice specimen of natural Silver from Morocco. This rare natural Silver is "Wire Silver" and we believe the base has high silver content as well from the visible silver showing. This nice specimen is in matrix measuring approximately 62 mm x 61 x almost 34.5 mm and weighs 3.5 ounces. Nice natural Silver specimens are harder to find and generally not available. This is a great collector's item.||
Here is a nice specimen of Mohawkite from Keweenaw County, Michigan. This
flashy, polished nugget is an extremely rare mineral composed of Copper,
Algodoite, and Domeykite. The lovely metallic color is comprised of silver
with a trace of coppery gold brought out with high polish on the upper
surfaces in a matrix. The specimen measures 2 1/8" x 1 1/4" x 3/8".
Mohawkite is a rare rock consisting of mixtures of arsenic and copper, usually in a white quartz matrix. Colors range from brassy-yellow to metallic gray, and sometimes will have a blue or greenish surface tarnish. These colors come from its two main ingredients, the arsenic-rich copper minerals algodonite and domeykite. Its color may resemble pyrrhotite, but unlike pyrrhotite, mohawkite is not magnetic. Mohawkite is believed to only be found in a copper mine located on the Keweenaw Peninsula of Michigan, known as the Mohawk Mine.
Here is a nice one ounce 100% Copper coin made
with a Panda Bear and Cub on the front. On
the reverse is a USA design with the statement of weight and fineness; in
.999 Fine Copper Bullion. It measures 1 1/2" in diameter x nearly 1/8" thick
and has a natural shiny Copper finish. This piece is an excellent collector's
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|$30.00||G313b Here is a nice Silver and Copper nugget from the upper Michigan Peninsula. The "half-breed" specimen has a great mix of Copper and Silver. It measures 1 1/8" x 1/2" x 3/8" and weighs 12.2 grams These extra nice specimens are getting rare and generally no longer available to the public.||
Silver Copper Nugget
G314c This is rare
and unique item; a nice Arsenopyrite from the Homestake Mine (closed
in 2002) in the Northern Black Hills of Lead, South Dakota. It measures 4
1/4" x 3 5/8" x 1 1/8", weighs over 1 pound and has a nice all natural appearance. This very
interesting specimen has a gleaming white silver color and sparkly
appearance. This and other material from this mine is no longer available.
Arsenopyrite is an iron arsenic Sulfide and is a hard metallic steel grey to silver white mineral. Arsenopyrite also can be associated with significant amounts of Gold and often serves as an indicator of gold bearing reefs. It is often found associated with Loellingite, also spelled Löllingite and from which is hard to distinguish.
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