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Crystal Classics - Der Hammerstein Auctions

19th May 2017

Hello all!

We have auctions from Crystal Classics Auctions Ltd. and Crystal Classics USA ending Sunday 21st May. Some of the specimens live now include:

- A large cabinet specimen of dendritic Native Silver nicely contrasting against a matrix of snow-white Calcite. A showy specimen from Tamdrost, Morocco

- Water-clear needle Quartz crystals completely cover a 147 x 100 solid bed of milky quartz. From the Bedretto Valley, Switzerland

- Two 2 x 2 mm sprays of light-orange Ludlockite needles laying flat and partly embedded in clear sheets of Leiteite on a typical matrix of massive Germanium ore

- A 48 mm long crystal of terminated Tourmaline with no attached matrix. From the Cruzeiro mine, Brazil

- An orange/red-brown sub-metallic striated crystal of Monazite, very characteristic for Iveland in Norway

- An aesthetic stalactitic-like druse of powder-blue Aragonite around a central core of colour-zoned fibrous Aragonite. From the Brixlegg - Schwaz area, Austria

- A showy specimen of two Smoky Quartz crystals, the larger of which measures 100 mm long. From Strzegom in Poland

- Foliated fibrous crystals to 25 mm of bright metallic-silver Jamesonite pervade a matrix of massive Quartz. From the classic Cornish locality of the Treore Mine

- A choice, doubly terminated, translucent milky-white to yellow-cream Calcite crystal attached to a matrix of micro-Calcite and Chalcopyrite crystals. From the famous Sweetwater Mine, USA

- Golden-honey-yellow crystals to 10 mm of Mimetite coat a matrix of mixed sulphides and Calcite. From the Tsumeb Mine, Namibia

- An inter-grown network of branching, arborescent Native Gold crystals richly coat an area of about 12 x 8 mm on a grey quartz-rich matrix. From Rosia Montana in Romania

- A choice small thumbnail specimen of gemmy/translucent deep green lustrous Olivenite with crystals to 2 mm. From the Tsumeb mine, Namibia

And many more, follow the links to see!

Native Silver




Smoky Quartz





Native Gold

Needle Quartz

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