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Crystal Classics - Der Hammerstein Auctions

9th March 2018

Hello, all!

We have auctions from Crystal Classics Auctions Ltd. and Crystal Classics USA ending Sunday 11th March. Some of the specimens live now include:

- A good representative specimen of Fluorite from Blackdene Mine, England

- An interesting old specimen of Iodargyrite on Malachite coating a Chalcocite-rich sulphide matrix from Broken Hill

- A fascinating specimen composed from lustrous, smoky-grey Smithsonite crystals

- A dark-grey basaltic matrix covered on one side with deep plum-purple Chromian Clinochlore crystals

- A choice miniature of lustrous botryoidal Malachite from the classic locality in the Urals Region, Russia

- A large thumbnail of deep inky-blue Chalcostibite from Rhar el Anz

- A great thumbnail specimen of pale lemon-yellow Sanidine feldspar from Fianarantsoa Province in Madagascar

- An elongated cabinet specimen of near-colourless Aragonite crystals cover the whole top surface of a thin bed of mixed Aragoniteand Calcite

- A slightly undulating bed of delicate mauve Quartz, variety "Amethyst", crystals to 3 mm cover a 1 cm thick band of milky Quartz

- A terrific large miniature of radiating intergrown spherules of silky, snow-white Xonotlite plus about five crystals of glassy Datolite

- A superb small cabinet specimen of Calcite from the Egremont mining district in West Cumbria, England

- A single transparent and perfectly terminated slightly smoky Quartz crystal, has three of its six faces encrusted with pale pink micro-crystals of Rhodochrosite

And many more, follow the links to see!

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