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Lake George Antimony mine (Consolidated Durham mines; Resources Ltd. mine; Prince William mine; Brunswick mine), Lake George, Prince William Parish, York Co., New Brunswick, Canada

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Latitude & Longitude (WGS84): 45° 50' 55'' North , 67° 2' 12'' West
Latitude & Longitude (decimal): 45.8486111111, -67.0366666667
Antimony sulfide was first discovered in 1863.
There are 4 main Sb veins: the Hibbard, Prout, Brunswick and Lawrence.

Mineral List

29 entries listed. 27 valid minerals. 1 (TL) - type locality of valid minerals.

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KAIMAN, S., HARRIS, D.C. & DUTRIZAC, J.E. (1980): Stibivanite, a new mineral from the Lake George antimony deposit, New Brunswick. Canadian Mineralogist 18, 329-332.

SABINA, A.P. (1967) Rocks & minerals for the collector: Eastern Townships and Gaspé, Quebec and parts of New Brunswick. Geological Survey of Canada Paper 66-51, 130.

SZYMAŃSKI, J.T. (1980): A redetermination of the structure of Sb2VO5, stibivanite, a new mineral. Canadian Mineralogist 18, 333-337.

WILSON, W.E. (1991) The Lake George antimony mine, New Brunswick. Min. Rec. 22, 263-267.

Bailey, L.W., Report on the mines and minerals of New Brunswick. 1864.[?]

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