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Crystal Classics - Der Hammerstein Auctions

12th September 2017

Hello, all!

We have auctions from Crystal Classics Auctions Ltd. and Crystal Classics USA ending Sunday 17th September. Some of the specimens live now include:

- An excellent cabinet specimen of truncated, bi-pyramidal rich butterscotch-orange Wulfenite crystals

- A very rich silver specimen from the Johanngeorgenstadt mining district in Saxony, Germany.

- Colourless, translucent and glassy equant crystals of Apophyllite to 15 mm form a 5 cm stalactite

- A beautiful cluster of gemmy, water-clear perfectly terminated Gypsum crystals, variety “Selenite”

- An aesthetic mound of lustrous, glassy pink Cobaltoan Smithsonite crystals

- A great aesthetic miniature of glassy 2.5 cm sprays of colourless Natrolite radiate within a vuggy intergrown cluster of salmon-pink Inesite crystals

- An attractive miniature of gemmy, electric-blue Azurite crystals to 5 mm are scattered across all faces of a vuggy limonitic gossan

- A super miniature of well developed, semi-lustrous, metallic black Sphalerite crystals

- Equant, golden-sherry-brown crystals of Grossular garnet to 8 mm form a loose cluster on top of a light-tan plate of vein-quartz

- A showy cabinet specimen displaying three quite different forms of Calcite from the North Broken Hill Consolidated mine

- A terrific 4 cm long, perfectly terminated crystal of snow-white Microline feldspar with mirror-smooth faces, is interpenetrated by a 3.5 cm double-terminated, limey-sea-green Tourmaline crystal

- Opaque, metallic-black octahedral crystals of Magnetite to 8 mm on edge are scattered over the top surface of a strongly foliated mica-schist matrix

And many more, follow the links to see!


Grossular Garnet



Native Silver


Cobaltoan Smithsonite





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