Visible grains of gold in quartz occur about 1 km west of the summit. Often found in cubic epimorphs after pyrite. Grains only rarely exceed 2 mm. Electron probe analysis of a single grain gave approximately 84 % Au. Other assays are similar, with values of around 85 % Au.
Photo: Dr Stephen Moreton
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Locality Updated: Edendale Lead Mine, Pretoria, Gauteng Province, South AfricaFrom Debbie Woolf, 7th Dec 2013 02:34:39