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David Aslin's Photo Gallery

Y78-0PMPlumbogummite, Pyromorphite

Yangshuo Mine, Yangshuo Co., Guilin, Guangxi, China

Dimensions: 114 mm x 70 mm x 50 mm

New Plumbogummite ps after pyromorphite in crytal form and pyromorhite as described in Toms online report, Mineralogical Record 21/4/2015 pg 57. Large hand size specimen showing exquisite mineralogy and crystallography. Minor edge damage does not detract from overall rarity
Photo ID: 683888     Uploaded by: David Aslin   View Count: 123   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 1394 x 858 pixels (1.2 Mpix)

GD2-G0VAzurite, Kaolinite

Malbunka Copper Mine, Areyonga, Gardiner Range, MacDonnell Region, Northern Territory, Australia

Dimensions: 21 cm x 14 cm x 4.3 cm
Largest Crystal Size: 13.5 mm

A superb azurite sun found in 2014 season and according to miner best found during that mining season. Note the superb skirt 1.3cm wide around edges made up of individual azurite crystals. Photo does not do justice as piece quite glossy in person.
Photo ID: 678160     Uploaded by: David Aslin   View Count: 154   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 3072 x 2304 pixels (7.1 Mpix)

T2C-MGFAzurite, Kaolinite

Malbunka Copper Mine, Areyonga, Gardiner Range, MacDonnell Region, Northern Territory, Australia

Dimensions: 20 cm x 13 cm x 4 cm
Largest Crystal Size: 6 cm

Unique Azurite find in shear zone of the mine in 2014. The two azurite suns 5cm x 5.5cm, 6 x 6.2cm have a raised crystal centre with a 0.9cm skirt around edge of azurite crystals. Suns enclosed in Kaolinite matrix. Obtained direct from miner.
Photo ID: 669874     Uploaded by: David Aslin   View Count: 103   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2064 x 1161 pixels (2.4 Mpix)

VUA-5LEBaryte

Jinkouhe District, Leshan, Sichuan, China

Dimensions: 12 cm x 7 cm x 6 cm

Nicely sculptured baryte with areal abstract sort of look. Provides a dramatic change from most of collection. Edges sharp
Photo ID: 622658     Uploaded by: David Aslin   View Count: 103   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 3072 x 2304 pixels (7.1 Mpix)

5G8-HAROrpiment, Calcite

Jiepaiyu Mine, Shimen deposit, Shimen Co., Changde, Hunan, China

Dimensions: 14 cm x 8 cm x 7.5 cm

Orpiment specimen showing crystals etched out of enclosed calcite
Photo ID: 622657     Uploaded by: David Aslin   View Count: 156   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 3072 x 2304 pixels (7.1 Mpix)

F46-V1JCuprite

Poteryaevskoe Mine, Rubtsovskoe Cu-Zn-Pb deposit, Rudnyi Altai, Altai Krai, Russia

Dimensions: 5.5 cm x 5 cm x 4 cm

Fine group of cuprites that appeared on market about two years ago after much of specimens bought by Australian dealers at Tucson. Luckily I got an early option on one of the best. Appear much better in person.
Photo ID: 622656     Uploaded by: David Aslin   View Count: 105   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 3072 x 2304 pixels (7.1 Mpix)

PR5-6QAQuartz, Baryte

Taolin Mine, Linxiang Co., Yueyang, Hunan, China

Dimensions: 24 cm x 23 cm x 12 cm
Largest Crystal Size: 12 cm

This is an unusual angel wing quartz speciment with micro quartz over what was originally baryte. Minor damage on one crystal does not overly detract and shows internal structure of crystals
Photo ID: 622655     Uploaded by: David Aslin   View Count: 111   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 3072 x 2304 pixels (7.1 Mpix)

J1D-XPQPyrite

Ampliación a Victoria Mine, Navajún, La Rioja, Spain

Dimensions: 7.5 cm x 10 cm x 6 cm

Group of three free stading pyrite cubes from well known location in Spain
Photo ID: 622525     Uploaded by: David Aslin   View Count: 112   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 3072 x 2304 pixels (7.1 Mpix)

CY7-YUMCalcite, Siderite, Quartz, Pyrite, Dolomite

Biggenden Mine, North Burnett Region, Queensland, Australia

Dimensions: 18.5 cm x 9 cm x 11 cm

One of the best and most important specimens to come out of mine. Consists of major calcite crystals sitting on magnetite quartz base with coating of micro siderites then secondary growth of white transparent calcites and cream coloured dolomites. Some pyrites clusters on quartz on base section. Better in person. Small ding on top caused during explosive charge in mine when adit being driven and specimen exposed on top of blast heap of material. No other specimens found from pocket despite extensive search
Photo ID: 622518     Uploaded by: David Aslin   View Count: 146   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 3072 x 2304 pixels (7.1 Mpix)

X84-N86Kyanite, Quartz

Barra do Salinas district, Barra do Salinas, Coronel Murta, Minas Gerais, Brazil

Dimensions: 19.5 cm x 13.5 cm x 8.5 cm
Largest Crystal Size: 13.5 mm

Fine example of Kyanite from Brazil in Quartz
Photo ID: 622514     Uploaded by: David Aslin   View Count: 121   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 3072 x 2304 pixels (7.1 Mpix)
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