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Jonathan Allred (2)'s Photo Gallery

NXD-79NZircon, Biotite, Albite-Anorthite Series

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Store Kufjord, Seiland Island, Alta, Finnmark, Norway

Dimensions: 120 mm x 105 mm x 118 mm
Largest Crystal Size: 60 mm


Photo ID: 734901     Uploaded by: Jonathan Allred (2)   View Count: 154   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 3246 x 3169 pixels (10.3 Mpix)

7LD-6HFCerussite, Dolomite

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Touissit, Touissit-Bou Beker District, Jerada Province, Oriental, Morocco

Dimensions: 110 mm x 96 mm x 63 mm

Cerussite on Dolomite

Perfect Cerussite crystal on stack of intergrown bicolored dolomite crystals. Cerussite is very gemmy. Longwave: Lemon yellow, Shortwave: Dimmer. Published in second volume of Private Mineral Collections in Texas.
Photo ID: 734862     Uploaded by: Jonathan Allred (2)   View Count: 73   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 3353 x 4326 pixels (14.5 Mpix)

N2U-8VDSodalite, Hackmanite, Richterite

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Koksha Valley, Khash & Kuran Wa Munjan Districts, Badakhshan, Afghanistan

Dimensions: 160 mm x 78 mm x 72 mm

Photo ID: 734460     Uploaded by: Jonathan Allred (2)   View Count: 81   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4855 x 3072 pixels (14.9 Mpix)

F8M-GPXFluorite, Galena, Pyrite

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Frazer's Hush Mine, Rookhope, Stanhope, Co. Durham, England, UK

Dimensions: 185 mm

Fluorite with Galena and Pyrite

Large slab that has one side completely coated with purple Fluorite crystals of varying sizes. No damage, a number of twins with balls of galena scattered through out. On top edge there is a coating of very bright Pyrite. fluoresces the typical bright blue under all spectrums of UV.
Photo ID: 734105     Uploaded by: Jonathan Allred (2)   View Count: 87   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4735 x 3198 pixels (15.1 Mpix)


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Ophir Hill, Ophir Mining District, Oquirrh Mts, Tooele Co., Utah, USA

Dimensions: 140 mm x 50 mm x 110 mm

Photo ID: 733655     Uploaded by: Jonathan Allred (2)   View Count: 76   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 4063 x 3526 pixels (14.3 Mpix)


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Agrigento, Agrigento Province, Sicily, Italy

Dimensions: 100 mm x 80 mm x 65 mm

Photo ID: 733640     Uploaded by: Jonathan Allred (2)   View Count: 40   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 3836 x 3124 pixels (12.0 Mpix)

CCM-2X2Fluorite, Celestine

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Clay Center, Ottawa Co., Ohio, USA

Dimensions: 140 mm x 100 mm x 65 mm


Large Translucent, rootbeer colored Crystals, no matrix, minor Celestine. exhibits strong Short & Long Wave (white/cream) Fluorescence and pronounced Phosphorescence. Maximum crystal dimension is 5cm on edge. Attached ID# 316, 2 old labels accompany specimen. published: Two photos on inside cover of vol 33, 2013 issue of FMS Journal. White light photo on Page 79 of Rocks and Minerals Vol. 88, No. 1. On display at Park Cities Club as of 2/26/2016.
Photo ID: 733593     Uploaded by: Jonathan Allred (2)   View Count: 74   Approval status: Public galleries    Type: Photo - 5616 x 3744 pixels (21.0 Mpix)
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