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Crystal Classics - Der Hammerstein Auctions

11th August 2017

Hello, all!

We have auctions from Crystal Classics Auctions Ltd. and Crystal Classics USA ending Sunday 13th August. Some of the specimens live now include:

- A showy cabinet specimen of naturally etched, gunmetal-grey Enargite crystals on a bed of highly lustrous, brassy micro-crystals of Pyrite

- A large thumbnail mounded specimen of butterscotch coloured Pyromorphite crystals to about 1 mm, with an attractive bright lustre

- A thin matrix of well-cemented Permian sandstone has its upper surface encrusted with small Quartz crystals (to 4 mm) and many attractive clusters of the Cu-Fe-Pb sulphosalt Betekhtinite.

- A naturally corroded, orange-candy-pink terminated crystal of the manganese hydrous phosphate mineral Eosphorite

- A beautiful small cabinet specimen of delicate, yet vivid silky-pink Manganoan Calcite occurring as stacked clusters of bundled acicular crystals

- A solid block of metallic, steel-grey coarsely crystallised Cylindrite, a Sn-Pb-Sb-Fe sulphosalt

- A lovely cabinet specimen of gemmy, candy-pink Tourmaline crystals to 2 cm long and 2 mm across, occurring in flattened clusters across a matrix of crystallised Lepidolite mica

- A terrific cabinet display specimen of solid Cerussite forming a domed, hedgehog-like specimen

- A great cabinet specimen of transparent to translucent, colourless-pale grey "Smoky" Quartz crystals to 2.4 x 1.4 cm completely cover a thin Quartz matrix

- A splendid gnarled mass of Native Copper from the famous Keweenaw County in Upper Michigan, USA

- A micromount size specimen of milky, off-white granular and acicular needle quartz, shot-through with buttery-gold granular Native Gold

- An interesting miniature of glassy, translucent complex Calcite crystals to 1 cm on edge, partly coated with micro-crystals of lime green Duftite

And many more, follow the links to see!

Native Copper





Smoky Quartz




Native Gold


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