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Ramsley Mine, South Tawton, West Devon, Devon, England, UK

Dimensions: 6.2 cm x 3.7 cm x 3.8 cm

Both crystals shown in this photograph were discovered on the spoil heaps of Ramsley Mine. The crystal on the left was the first of approximately fifteen discovered overall. The dimensions of both crystals are as follow: the crystal on the left 6.2cm x 3.7cm x 3.8cm and the crystal on the right 6.0cm x 3.3cm x 3cm.
Copyright: © MAD Minerals      Photo ID: 447679     Uploaded by: Phil Allen   View Count: 324   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4608 x 3456 pixels (15.9 Mpix)


Hingston Down Quarry, Gunnislake, Calstock, Cornwall, England, UK

Dimensions: 2.6 cm x 2.3 cm x 1.5 cm
Largest Crystal Size: 0.5 mm

This specimen was collected on site at Hingston Down Quarry.
Copyright: © MAD Minerals      Photo ID: 447660     Uploaded by: Phil Allen   View Count: 148   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4608 x 3456 pixels (15.9 Mpix)
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