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The mimetite specimens from the 1969 find at San Pedro Corralitos have become a "must Have" for mineral collectors for a number of reasons. The color of the satiny botryoidal spheres just glows under light. The microcrystalline surfaces of the spheres have great luster and really sparkle as you roll the specimens under a light. They just have the right combination of attributes to make them one of the stand outs in any display!
6.5 x 8.3 x 3.5 cm
3.9 x 7.5 x 4 cm When any advanced collector thinks of tourmaline the specimens from the 1978 discovery at the Jonas mine are at the top of the list. The beautiful cranberry color contrasted on white cleavelandite makes these specimens pop in any display. Many are also associated with light lavender lepidolite which really sets of the cranberry tourmaline crystals.
This fantastic, collector-quality specimen features two highly lustrous, transluscent, yellow-orange, pseudo-octahedral crystals of scheelite that are aesthetically perched on a densely packed cluster of pale-gray muscovite crystals. The dominant scheelite crystal measures 6 cm on edge and all of the scheelite crystals are in superb condition. 15 x 20 x 10 cm
The Collector’s Edge has been mining amazonite and smoky quartz specimens from numerous claims in the Pike’s Peak region in central Colorado since 1984. Digging for these remarkable specimens is undertaken for several months each summer and the trimming/cleaning of the recovered specimens goes on in the Collector’s Edge laboratory year-round. Amazonite and Smoky Quartz specimens from the Pike’s Peak region are highly prized for the fantastic contrast of color and form between the blocky, blue-green crystals of amazonite and the lustrous, prismatic dark brown crystals of smoky quartz.
A stout bundle of gold wire that weighs 30.4 grams. The specimen has very sculptural qualities that make it very aesthetic. Wire gold is uncommon and this specimen is an excellent example. 2.5 x 3.7 x 3 cm
Nagar aquamarines have been highly prized by collectors for decades, but nothing like this combination has been seen to date! This specimen would be an important addition to any advanced mineral collection.
8.8 x 12.7 x 6 cm
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