Mineral Specimens from Japan For Sale


Mineral specimens from Japan tend to be very difficult to obtain on today's market.  When found they are always expensive if in quality specimens.  We seldom have Japanese specimens to offer but when we do they go very quickly.  Especially, classics such as their stibnites or rhodochrosites.  They usually come from our purchase of older collections.





OKJ-712     Stibnite   RESERVED    Japan.  Ex. Dr. Steve Chamberlain collection.  A good reference specimen with interlocking crystals, some crudely terminated to 1.7 cm each.  5.2 x 4 x 2.5 cm.  $70







OKF-517    Danburite    Toroku Mine, Iwato Mura Nishiuski- Gun, Hiyazaki, Prefecture, Japan.  Ex. Dr. Steve Chamberlain.  A gemmy, clear crystal measuring 2.5 cm long with internal flaws and veils.  The termination is steep and complex.  Lightly striated on three sides and the fourth has a large amount of surface growth features.  A fine single crystal form country know to value their minerals and keep them at home.  A rare find!  180$


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