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Jerry Cone's Photo Gallery

AJ1-G81Silver

Multiple photos available
Organ District, Organ Mts, Doña Ana Co., New Mexico, USA

Field of View: 3.9 mm

This piece has a chunk of silver on the left, a 'snake' on the right and several small patches. It was a gift from Michael Michayluk.
Photo ID: 962690     Uploaded by: Jerry Cone   View Count: 9   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4534 x 2662 pixels (12.1 Mpix)

K8M-FM7Silver

Organ District, Organ Mts, Doña Ana Co., New Mexico, USA

Field of View: 4.8 mm

These beautiful silver wires were a gift from Michael Michayluk. Thanks Michael!
Photo ID: 962689     Uploaded by: Jerry Cone   View Count: 7   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 5495 x 3426 pixels (18.8 Mpix)

UJH-63EBeaverite-(Cu), Quartz, Hematite

Multiple photos available
Atwood-Henry Clay Mine, Virginia District, Lordsburg, Lordsburg District, Pyramid Mts, Hidalgo Co., New Mexico, USA

Field of View: 1.8 mm

These brown crystals sitting on white quartz have been identified as beaverite (Cu). There are also small black balls of hematite. They were collected on 12/30/2018.
Photo ID: 961664     Uploaded by: Jerry Cone   View Count: 16   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 5200 x 3184 pixels (16.6 Mpix)

6UW-JAVBeaverite-(Cu), Goethite, Coronadite

Multiple photos available
Atwood-Henry Clay Mine, Virginia District, Lordsburg, Lordsburg District, Pyramid Mts, Hidalgo Co., New Mexico, USA

Field of View: 1.8 mm

The brown balls have been identified as goethite and clay, the green balls as mostly beaverite (Cu) and the black as probably coronadite. They were collected on 12/30/2018.
Photo ID: 961655     Uploaded by: Jerry Cone   View Count: 13   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 5128 x 3477 pixels (17.8 Mpix)

3V5-D81Ludjibaite, Pseudomalachite, Reichenbachite

Multiple photos available
Atwood-Henry Clay Mine, Virginia District, Lordsburg, Lordsburg District, Pyramid Mts, Hidalgo Co., New Mexico, USA

Field of View: 1.8 mm

These green crystals have been identified as either pseudomalachite, ludjibaite or reichenbachite. They were collected on 2/18/2019.
Photo ID: 961645     Uploaded by: Jerry Cone   View Count: 14   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 5128 x 3212 pixels (16.5 Mpix)

9R3-M12Ludjibaite, Pseudomalachite, Reichenbachite, Alunite Supergroup, Goyazite

Multiple photos available
Atwood-Henry Clay Mine, Virginia District, Lordsburg, Lordsburg District, Pyramid Mts, Hidalgo Co., New Mexico, USA

Field of View: 4.5 mm

The small green balls have been identified as either ludjibaite, pseudomalachite or reichenbachite. The blue clusters have been identified as alunite supergroup, mostly goyazite. They were collected on 12/30/2018.
Photo ID: 961627     Uploaded by: Jerry Cone   View Count: 11   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4960 x 3296 pixels (16.3 Mpix)

EAW-0UQJarosite

Multiple photos available
Atwood-Henry Clay Mine, Virginia District, Lordsburg, Lordsburg District, Pyramid Mts, Hidalgo Co., New Mexico, USA

Field of View: 1.0 mm

These yellow/brown crystals have been identified as jarosite and are sitting on black hematite. They were collected on 3/28/2019.
Photo ID: 961625     Uploaded by: Jerry Cone   View Count: 8   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2640 x 1672 pixels (4.4 Mpix)

L03-6FNPlumbogummite, Goethite, Limonite

Multiple photos available
Atwood-Henry Clay Mine, Virginia District, Lordsburg, Lordsburg District, Pyramid Mts, Hidalgo Co., New Mexico, USA

Field of View: 1.8 mm

These light blue balls have been identified as plumbogummite with a kintoreite or Beaverite (Cu) component. The dark brown/black matrix is limonite/goethite. They were collected on 2/28/2019.
Photo ID: 961609     Uploaded by: Jerry Cone   View Count: 14   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 5128 x 3212 pixels (16.5 Mpix)

8UR-8PGBeaverite-(Cu)

Multiple photos available
Atwood-Henry Clay Mine, Virginia District, Lordsburg, Lordsburg District, Pyramid Mts, Hidalgo Co., New Mexico, USA

Field of View: 1.8 mm

These frilly yellow, brown tipped ribbons have been identified as iron stained beaverite (Cu). They were collected by Joan Beyer and gifted to me. Thanks Joan!
Photo ID: 961599     Uploaded by: Jerry Cone   View Count: 7   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 5128 x 3483 pixels (17.9 Mpix)

5V1-3LMAlunite Group, Quartz

Multiple photos available
Atwood-Henry Clay Mine, Virginia District, Lordsburg, Lordsburg District, Pyramid Mts, Hidalgo Co., New Mexico, USA

Field of View: 1.0 mm

These yellow/green balls on white quartz are intermediate Alunite-Beaverite (Cu) with the S hiding under the Pb peak. Probably on the Beaverite (Cu) side. They were collected on 2/28/2019.
Photo ID: 961591     Uploaded by: Jerry Cone   View Count: 6   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 2896 x 2498 pixels (7.2 Mpix)
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