Herzog Shaft, Straßberg, Harzgerode mining district, Harz, Saxony-Anhalt, Germany
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Name(s) in local language(s): Herzogschacht, Straßberg, Harzgeröder Bergbaurevier, Harz, Sachsen-Anhalt, Deutschland
Located 2 km north of Straßberg and about 7 km WSW of Harzgerode.
Many mineral entries for this mine, which are tracable back to WITTERN's publications, must be graded as questionable, because some of his sources (by his own account) are refering to a larger mining district, to which the Harzgerode mines and -at least administratively- the Wolfsberg mine did belong also.
Further are some rare (bismuth-)minerals only found at the Brachmannsberg vein, which has an own mindat entry, like the Glasebach mine also. Both mines were worked underground from the Herzog shaft but belong to different veins.
35 entries listed. 30 valid minerals.
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