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Panasqueiraite specimens to trade - any body interested?

Panasqueiraite specimens to trade - any body interested?
September 18, 2009 11:16AM
Hello!:)

My name is João Gomes and I’m Portuguese, at this moment I’ve several specimens/samples of Panasqueiraite in possession, they vary in size from cabinets (one specimen) to miniatures, all sample are massive of course and all associated or with massive quartz and some also associated with massive sulfides like chalcopyrite, arsenopyrite/ pyrite and wolframite. I know this may not be the most sought after mineral species from Panasqueira Mine, massive stuff never was the most sought after material from this mine but it sure is one of the rarest species and still wasn’t found in any other site/mine worldwide, except the type and only Local for it - Panasqueira Mine of course. All these specimens I have exactly matches the photos of Panasqueiraite posted here in the Mindat.org mineral gallery.

Perhaps there’s some one who maybe interested on having a sample of it, if so please contact me via private messages and we may trade.

Thank you so much,

Cheers,smileys with beer

João Gomes.
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September 18, 2009 01:12PM
    
I can always use that stuff, msg me and we can cut a deal
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September 18, 2009 02:23PM
    
Am very interested in a miniature sample; massive is fine! Have lots of great stuff to trade, please contact.

Chris

William C. (CHRIS) van Laer: "I'm using the chicken to measure it..."
Ulf Nyberg
Re: Panasqueiraite specimens to trade - any body interested?
September 18, 2009 03:44PM
I am interested in a specimen ab 6 x 6 cm or larger, contact me at:
ulf.nyberg@aland.net
Re: Panasqueiraite specimens to trade - any body interested?
September 19, 2009 08:22AM
I am interested to Panasqueiraite specimens.
Dimensions of each sample: cm 4 X 4.

I can offer you my swap list to sdelmagro@cheapnet.it. Contact me. Thanks.

Best regards.

Stefano
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September 19, 2009 04:09PM
    
Hi Joao,
I've sent you a PM.

___________
Antonio
Peter Andersen
Re: Panasqueiraite specimens to trade - any body interested?
October 14, 2009 07:01AM
Dear Joao
I am a mineral collector that specializes in building up a suite of minerals from the deposits of Panasqueira so I am very interested in obtaining a specimen of panasqueiraite. I would also be interested in obtaining any other specimens from this district that you might have available for exchange. For this pupose I have attached some of the better minerals that i can offer from Australia below. let me know if there is anything of interest and we can go from there.
Peter Andersen
TRIAKO GOLD MINE, MINERAL HILL, (75 km NORTH WEST OF CONDOBOLIN), N.S.W.
Azurite Superb display specimens of very colourful bright blue solid pieces and bright sparkly crystals from 2 mm up to 1 cm. with associated malachite and cuprite.
Beaverite Bright yellow earthy masses and brown crystals with azurite and cerussite.
Cerussite Single crystals and reticulated masses, some with azurite.
Malachite Accicular crystals to 7 mm. with associated azurite and cuprite.
Malachite psuedomorphs after Cuprite Sharp green octahedral crystals.
BROWNS PROSPECT, RUM JUNGLE, (NEAR BATCHELOR), NORTHERN TERRITORY.
The best display specimens from this locality are the combination specimens of velvet malachite that is encrusted with both cerussite and pyromorphite.
Cerussite White to creamy yellow reticulated, ‘V’ twinned and single crystals with malachite and pyromorphite.
Malachite Velvety green botryoidal masses and elongated crystals with cerussite and yellow pyromorphite
Malachite psuedomorphs after Cerussite Bladed crystals replaced by green malachite.(1,2)
Plumbogummite Whitish yellow crystalline masses and crusts with associated cerussite, malachite and pyromorphite
Pyromorphite Green and yellow campylite type crystals on malachite with cerussite. Pyromorphite psuedomorphs after Cerussite V twinned crystals of cerussite replaced by yellow pyromorphite.
Reichenbachite Bluish green crystalline crusts and crystals with malachite and pyromorphite.
Unknown Bright orange microcrystals on cerussite and pyromorphite that possibly could be nealite or ?
Wulfenite Small yellowish to brown crystals on pyromorphite and cerussite
RANGER NO 1 DEPOSIT, JABIRU, NORTHERN TERRITORY.
Autunite Very bright fluorescing yellow green crystals on Rabejacite.
Rabejacite Bright yellow well formed crystals to 3 mm on massive Uraninite. These are the best specimens known for this mineral species
Saleeite Very nice yellowish green crystals on matrix.
Torbernite Bright green crystals on matrix.
Unamed new mineral Very small orange crystals with associated rabejacite
Uraninite (Pitchblende) Massive black samples with colourful alteration products.
Wyartite Very small orange crystals with associated rabejacite
MOUNT EVELYN MINE, PINE CREEK, NORTHERN TERRITORY.
These are the best known species of these zinc minerals known from an Australian locality and the combination specimens containing Aurichalcite, Hemimorphite and Hydrozincite are very attractive.
Aurichalcite Bright blue drusy crystals with hemimorphite and hydrozincite.
Cerussite Small creamy white crystals on hemimorphite
Hemimorphite Very sharp transparent white-clear terminated crystals with aurichalcite and hydrozincite.
Hydrozincite Snow white crystals and botryoidal masses on clear hemimorphite crystals with associated aurichalcite.
Malachite Small greenish balls (that is probably a zinc rich variety) on hemimorphite crystals.
Rosasite Small greenish blue balls on hemimorphite crystals.
TENNANT CREEK, NORTHERN TERRITORY
Bornite Well formed crystals enclosed in calcite with associated alteration products.
Calcite Nice white crystals and rhombohedral cleavage sections
Chrysocolla Light blue masses on psuedomalchite
Copper Well formed reddish brown cubic crystals and sheets on matrix.
Epidote Very nice dark green terminated crystals both in singles and clusters. Some are in calcite which has been removed to expose the epidote. These epidote specimens are the best crystals known for an Australian locality. And are world class in quality even though they are rather fragile.
Plumbogummite Bluish white crystalline crust with associated pyromorphite
Pseudomalachite Bluish green masses on calcite with associated chrysocolla.
Pyromorphite Nice well formed yellowish green crystals on a matrix of plumbogummite
Tenorite Fine drusy black crystals with copper


MOUNT COBALT, CLONCURRY, QUEENSLAND.
Cobaltite Sharp silvery crystals with associated erythrite.
Cobaltian-Mansfieldite Very nice drusy pink crystals with erythrite.
Erythrite Superb bright magenta crystals in radiating masses with other cobalt species.
Heterogenite Drusy black sparkly crystals with erythrite etc.
Smolianiovite Silky brown crystals with erythrite and cobaltian-mansfieldite.
Smolianiovite psuedomorphs after Cobaltite Brown crystals with erythrite.
Smolianiovite psuedomorphs after Erythrite Silky elongated brown crystals with unaltered erythrite.
PARATOO MINE, MINGARY, OLARY, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
Decrespignyite (TL), Light blue crystalline masses covering the matrix.
Kamphaugite-Y, Small white radial crystalline balls with associated Decrespignyite
Tengerite-Y, Small white crystals with associated Decrespignyite
CROCKERS WELL, OLARY, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
Davidite-La Well formed single crystals and small clusters to 3 cm.
TOM'S QUARRY, KAPUNDA, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
Aldermanite Pearly white crystals and flakes on altered fluellite crystals.
Cacoxenite Bright yellow crystals and yellowish green masses with other phosphates.
Carbonate-Fluor-apatite (variety "Francolite") Yellowish brown botryoidal masses with white wavellite crystals.
Crandallite psuedomorphs after Wavellite Creamy white crystals in vughs.
Dufrenite Small greenish black crystals wiuth Cacoxenite.
Fluellite Small clear crystals with minor fluor-apatite and aldermanite.
Fluorapatite Small rounded crystals with fluellite and aldermanite.
Minyulite Very nice glassey crystals in vughs in matrix.
Peisleyite White porcellainous masses with fluellite.
Perhamite Small pearly white crystals with fluellite.
Variscite Green masses and crystals on matrix.
Wavellite Superb dispay specimens of stubby white crystals with carbonate- fluor-apatite.
MOCULTA QUARRY, ANGASTON, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
Aldermanite White pearly flakes on fluellite and "francolite".
Calcioferrite Small yellow crystals with fluellite and "francolite.
Carbonate-Fluor-Apatite (variety "Francolite") Brownish yellow botryoidal masses.
Crandallite White radiating crystals on "francolite".
Fluellite Small clear crystals on "francolite".
Minyulite Small clear radiating crystals with "francolite".
Wavellite White radiating crystals on matrix.
CATTLE GRID OPEN CUT, MOUNT GUNSON COPPER MINE, PERNATTY LAGOON, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
Atacamite Bright green crystals and rosettes on matrix and solid lustrous showy crystalline balls.
Bornite Small dodecahedral crystals and massive lumps with chalcocite etc. Carrollite Small octahedral crystals perched on digenite and djurleite.
Chalcocite Large lustrous crystals up to 5 cm. in size with digenite etc.
Chalcopyrite Small bright yellow crystals with quartz and chalcocite.
Chrysocolla Solid blue masses on a sandstone matrix.
Digenite Small bright crystals with chalcocite and djurleite.
Djurleyite Crystals and massive coatings on chalcocite.
Djurleyite psuedomorphs after Chalcocite Bluish black crystals.
Emplectite Brown resinous masses with sphalerite and quartz.
Gypsum Large clusters (20+30 cm. in size) of lime green crystals.
Paratacamite Dark green crystals with atacamite.
Pyrite Small brassey yellow crystals on quartz. (1,2,3,4)
Quartz Small lustrous well formed crystals with bornite etc.
Sphalerite Well formed blackish brown crystals with chalcocite etc.
Wittichenite Grey elongated crystals with associated chalcocite etc.

REAPHOOK HILL, MARTINS WELL STATION, FLINDERS RANGES, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
Chalcophanite Small black balls and crystals with scholzite etc.
Collinsite (Zincian) White bubbly masses with scholzite.
Cryptomelane Black botryoidal crusts with scholzite.
Hemimorphite psuedomorphs after Smithsonite Small white scalohedral crystals.
Parahopeite Brown elongated crystals with scholzite.
Parascholzite White crystals intimately associated with scholzite.
Rockbridgeite Greenish yellow masses on limonite with scholzite.
Scholzite Large well formed elongated crystals,intimately mixed with parascholzite, on matrix. Switzerite Brown coatings on white scholzite crystalsBest Reference:
THE E.Z. BELTANA, ZINC DEPOSIT, PUTTAPA, FLINDERS RANGES, SOUTH AUSTRALIA.
Adamite Clear-green-brown crystals on willemite.
Austinite Lime green crystals and masses on willemite.
Dolomite Curved rhombohedral creamy white crystals with willemite.
Hedyphane Creamy white-colourless crystals on willemite with adamite.
Hydrohetaerolite Black masses on massive willemite.
Tsumcorite Bright yellow crusts on massive willemite.
Willemite Very nice spikey aborescent crystals and massive banded masses with adamite, hedyphane etc.
ADELAIDE PROPRIETARY MINE, THE DUNDAS MINERAL FIELD, TASMANIA.
Bindheimite Yellow encrustations and masses on a Goethite matrix with Crocoite. Cerussite White bladed crystals in small clusters.
Crocoite Bright orange-red crystals to 10 cm. in length on a Goethite matrix
(These are the best display specimens ever collected from the 1972 and the 1992 pockets)
Dundasite Blueish white silky crystals, some with associated Crocoite, on a Goethite matrix. (TL.)
Gibbsite White-pink-brown crystalline masses encrusting Crocoite with associated Dundasite.
Gibbsite psuedomorphs after Crocoite. Grey hollow crystals to 5 cm.
COLEBROOK MINE, ROSEBERY, TASMANIA.
Actinolite Green fibrous crystals with associated Ferroaxinite and Arsenopyrite.
Annabergite Lime green crusts and coatings on Arsenopyrite.
Arsenopyrite Bright silvery crystals with associated Actinolite, Ferroaxinite and Quartz.
Datolite White-yellowish green crystals with associated Ferro-axinte and Quartz. Ferroanchlinchlore Greenish yellow micaceous flakes on Ferro-axinite and Quartz.
Ferroaxinite Superb purple-clove brown crystals to 6 cm. with associated Actinolite, Arsenopyrite and Quartz.
Quartz Clear crystals to 5 cm. with associated Ferroaxinite, Actinolite and Arsenopyrite.
Unknown Ti bearing mineral Very small black crystals on matrix and in some cases as psuedomorphs after Ferroaxinite crystals.
SKIPTON BAT CAVES, BALLARAT,VICTORIA.
Brushite White powdery coatings on guano.
Hanayite (TL) Clear crystals on brown Newberyite.
Newberyite (TL) Well formed brown crystals and clusters with many double terminated.
WHIM WELL COPPER MINE, WHIM CREEK, WESTERN AUSTRALIA.
Beaverite Brownish yellow crystals on Goethite with Malachite.
Chrysocolla Bluish green masses on Goethite with Malachite.
Chrysocolla pseudomorphs after Azurite Bluish green crystals on Goethite.
Fornacite Dark green crystals on Goethite with Wulfenite and Pyromorphite.
Goethite Glossy irridescent botryoidal masses with Wulfenite and Malachite.
Malachite Very nice velvety crystals and fibrous masses, some on Goethite.
Malachite psuedomorphs after Azurite Sharp crystals to 5 cm. on Goethite.
Pyromorphite Small yellow crystals on Goethite with Malchite and Fornacite.
Wulfenite Superb, sharp, bright yellow-orange dipyramidal crystals (which are very similar in appearance to early Broken Hill Stolzites) on glossy brown Goethite. Some with associated Malachite.
WIDGIEMOOLTHA, WESTERN AUSTRALIA.
Carrboydite Light greenish blue crystalline masses on matrix.
Gaspeite Massive yellow green bands in matrix.
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October 14, 2009 10:22AM
    
Actually, panasqueiraite is also found in Mesquitela quarry, Mangualde, Portugal.
Re: Panasqueiraite specimens to trade - any body interested?
October 14, 2009 01:17PM
    
Hello Luís Martins

Do you have it analysed? It's published somewhere?

Thanks

Jorge
Re: Panasqueiraite specimens to trade - any body interested?
December 02, 2009 06:47PM
Hello, I'm interested to trade with you. I send you in attach file my list of micro trade and my address.

Thank

Thierry Lesénéchal

Thierry.Lesenechal@wanadoo.fr
Attachments:
open | download - Liste Vente-Echange micro Thierry.pdf (430 KB)
Re: Panasqueiraite specimens to trade - any body interested?
January 15, 2010 11:57PM
hi
i like to trade with aquamarine tourmaline sphene or gypsum from australia.
thankyou malik
email adress is hayat_malik2hotmail.com
Re: Panasqueiraite specimens to trade - any body interested?
January 16, 2010 10:35PM
hi
i like to trade with aquamarine tourmaline sphene or gypsum from australia.
thankyou malik
email adress is hayat_malik@hotmail.com
Re: Panasqueiraite specimens to trade - any body interested?
January 20, 2010 03:49PM
Hello Joao.
You posted a message regarding panasqueirtaite months ago. I have an excell "trade" file that I could send to you if you have some remaining.
Thanks. Patrick Haynes
are you interested in some exchanges .joe.
Re: Panasqueiraite specimens to trade - any body interested?
October 14, 2012 11:56PM
    
do you swap minerals I am looking for new contacts? please write me at wwalljr@triad.rr.com thanks bill in NC
Re: Panasqueiraite specimens to trade - any body interested?
October 15, 2012 01:27AM
    
I would love some also. You can contact me and I will give you my web site with things to trade.

Rick
I know I am in my own little world, but everyone knows me here.
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