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Native Silver with Dyscrasite

SKU: BFS121 Categories: , ,

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Weight 6000 g
Dimensions 270 × 170 × 38 mm


Native Silver with Dyscrasite

This is just huge!
From the Consols mine, it is comprised almost entirely of Native Silver with small Dyscrasitei crystals and cream coloured Manganoan Siderite. Most of the Silvers surface is negative casts from the siderite, but the top half on both sides has large crudely formed lobate crystals. This is a rarity from Broken hill, particularly in this size (4.5kg)!

Measures 270 x 170 x 38mm and weighs just over 4.5 kilograms.


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