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Crystal Classics - Der Hammerstein Auctions

20th March 2017

Hello all!

We have new auctions from Crystal Classics and Crystal Classics USA ending Sunday 26th March. Some of the specimens live now include:

- A fine well-formed crystal specimen of orange Creedite that came out the Navidad Mine many years ago with some Fluorite

- A super gemmy specimen of light green Fluorite from China

- Red-brown translucent crystals of Sphalerite intergrown over crystals of Quartz from Peru

- A rare specimen of Bromargyrite from Chile in a glass phial

- Several well formed crystals of Ludlamite on matrix from Brazil

- Well formed crystals of Eudialyte in a glass phial with old labels

- Crystals of dark red-brown Endlichite richly cover matrix from Mexico

- A rich for the species specimen of Joaquinite-(Ce) microcrystals over 30 scattered on the white matrix, with a dark red crystal of Neptunite, from the Dallas Gem Mine

- A pleasing specimen of Hutchinsonite with Orpiment and Baryte from Peru

- A fine specimen of crystalline botryoidal baby pink Rhodochrosite on Quartz from Cavnic

- Blue Hemimorphite from Mexico

- Crystals and sections of Chrome Dravite in a Calcite matrix, from the recent find in Tanzania

And many more, follow the links to see!












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