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Pyrargyrite from
Keystone Mine (Keystone #1; K1; Keystone #2; K2), Coquihalla Pass, Nicola Mining Division, British Columbia, Canada

Locality type:Mine
Classification
Species:Pyrargyrite
Formula:Ag3SbS3
Comments:At K1, compositionally between Proustite and Pyrargyrite, ruby silver occurs very rarely associated with polybasite, xanthoconite, tetrahedrite, and quartz. The crystals are often rounded and indistinct, but occasionally form in nice crystals to about 2 mm in size.
Abundance at site:Very Rare
Confirmation
Validity:Believed Valid
References
References:R. O. Meyer collection, composition confirmed by EDS/WDS analysis and morphological consistency
Data
Mineral Data:Click here to view Pyrargyrite data
Locality Data:Click here to view Keystone Mine (Keystone #1; K1; Keystone #2; K2), Coquihalla Pass, Nicola Mining Division, British Columbia, Canada
Nearest other occurrences of Pyrargyrite
78.3km (48.6 miles) Nickel Plate Mine, Hedley, Osoyoos Mining Division, British Columbia, Canada
 
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