Mineral Specimens From Other Locations For Sale...





OKP-855     Amber      Location Unknown.  Ex. John Davis collection.  This 6.5 x 6 x 3 cm specimen is transparent and has all its surfaces polished.  No damage.  $45






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OKP-911      Opal       Location Unconfirmed.  Ex. John Davis collection.  Nice thick veins of opal are present throughout this 10 x 5.4 x 5 cm specimen.  Deep multi-colored material is indicative of Lightning Ridge material, Australia.  $150 







OKP-903      Bismuth Crystals (lab created)         Ex. John Davis collection.  This attractive floater measures 4.1 x 2.9 x 2.2 cm.  No damage.   $30







OKP-904      Bismuth Crystals (lab created)         Ex. John Davis collection.  This attractive example measures 4.7 x 3.4 x 3 cm.  One thin contact edge.  No damage.   $30







OKM-919     Gypsum     Abqaiq, Saudi Arabia.  A 4.1 x 4 x 3.7 cm cluster of sandy crystals in a nice rose like form.  Very minor scuffing as seen but overall in very nice condition.  $20








OKN-371     Gold     Locations unknown.  Two flakes, largest measuring .6 cm.  No damage.   $25








OKM868     Agate?     Location Unknown.  Ex. Harold L. Dibble collection.   2.7 x 1.7 x .25 cm.  Beautifully polished, thin and transparent and translucent.  No Damage.  Nicely shaped, ready for mounting or display.  $15







OKD-829    Calcite    Guachinango Deposit, Matanzas, Prov., Cuba.  Ex. Dr. Steve Chamberlain Collection.  Prev. Carnegie Museum Collection specimen.  When have you heard of any specimen coming fro Cuba???  This fine calcite is transparent yet somewhat milky on its interior.  There is no damage, its form is wonderful and of course the location is highly unusual.  The crystal measures 6.8 cm long.  Several prev. tags are here for documentation.  A fine addition to any collection.  375$







OKC-070  Pyroxene   Feteira, Island of Teceira, Azores.  Ex. Dr. Steve Chamberlain Collection.  How is this for an unusual location!  Green 1 cm crystal and many tiny ones in lava.  Very unusual specimen to say the least.  50$