Kenidjack Cliff, St Just, St Just District, Cornwall, England, UK
Massive galena and sphalerite have been reported from a vein "in the slate rocks below Wheal Castle", which places the occurrence on Kenidjack Cliff. The sulphides were associated with dolomite, and some specimens also contained minor quantities of goslarite, probably formed by decomposition of sphalerite (Carne, 1822).
UK Grid Reference: SW355326
References- Carne, J. (1822): On the Mineral Productions and the Geology of the Parish of St. Just. Transactions of the Royal Geological Society of Cornwall 2, 290-358.
11 entries listed. 11 valid minerals.
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Locality Updated: Globe Graphite mine, Elmsley Township, Lanark Co., Ontario, CanadaFrom Reiner Mielke, 9th Mar 2014 19:29:42