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Photo Copyright © 2006 Joseph A. Freilich, LLC. All Rights Reserved  - This image is copyrighted. Unauthorized reproduction prohibited.

One of the few natural citrine specimens I have run across in my career, on a matrix of hematite blades, and a darker orange variety of quartz currently known as tangerine quartz. A doubly terminated crystal lies in suspension, horizontally, between two other members in a most unique fashion. 4.0 x 2 1/2 x 1 1/2 inches.

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Photo added: 21st Sep 2006

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