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Limonite after Pyrite.
JD36E3: Limonite after Pyrite
All the pseudo minerals I have seen seem rather mat to me, and when one is dealing with limonite they tend to have an earthy look. So this one stands out for the surprising brilliance and its achitecture, which is very fine.
Pelican Point, Utah Lake, Utah County, Utah  USA (±1996)
Specimen size: 4.4 × 3.2 × 3.6 cm = 1.7” × 1.3” × 1.4”

Price: [SOLD]
Octahedral Pyrite.
NJ10X4: Octahedral Pyrite
A novelty at Mineralexpo (Barcelona) 2013. A druse, on matrix, of cubo-octahedral crystals with a superficial iridescent patina with dominant deep metallic yellow and blue shades and a very intense luster.
Pura claim, Carmen y Pura group of mines, Valdelapiedra ravine, Foz-Calanda, Comarca Bajo Aragón, Teruel, Aragon  Spain (01/2013)
Specimen size: 6.2 × 4.6 × 3.7 cm = 2.4” × 1.8” × 1.5”

Main crystal size: 0.7 × 0.4 cm = 0.3” × 0.2”

Price: [SOLD]
Octahedral Pyrite.
NG62X4: Octahedral Pyrite
A novelty at Mineralexpo (Barcelona) 2013. A druse, on matrix, of extraordinarily bright cubo-octahedral crystals with a superficial iridescent patina with deep metallic blue and yellow shades.
Pura claim, Carmen y Pura group of mines, Valdelapiedra ravine, Foz-Calanda, Comarca Bajo Aragón, Teruel, Aragon  Spain (01/2013)
Specimen size: 10.3 × 6.7 × 6.3 cm = 4.1” × 2.6” × 2.5”

Price: [SOLD]
Octahedral Pyrite.
GB86Q1: Octahedral Pyrite
Group of octahedral crystals with very bright and very well defined faces and edges, rich in accessory faces and polycrystalline growths on some of the octahedral faces.
Huanzala Mine, Huallanca District, Dos de Mayo Province, Huánuco Department  Peru (±1985)
Specimen size: 13.2 × 10 × 5.3 cm = 5.2” × 3.9” × 2.1”

Main crystal size: 4.2 × 3 cm = 1.7” × 1.2”

Price: [SOLD]
Octahedral Pyrite.
JL12E3: Octahedral Pyrite
Great brilliance and lots of color. I like the shape and I also like the fact that, while it is metallic, it does not look heavy.
Quiruvilca Mine (La Libertad Mine), Quiruvilca District, Santiago de Chuco Province, La Libertad Department  Peru (±1983)
Specimen size: 6.5 × 5.9 × 3.9 cm = 2.6” × 2.3” × 1.5”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
EA96AC9: Pyrite
The sample, a floater, is a fossil sponge covered by crystals of Pyrite with very well defined and bright dominant octahedral faces and smaller cube faces. Very unusual, both for its composition and for the locality.
Boulonnais, Manche, Normandie  France
Specimen size: 8 × 4.3 × 4 cm = 3.1” × 1.7” × 1.6”

Main crystal size: 1 × 0.9 cm = 0.4” × 0.4”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
TM37AE9: Pyrite
Complex Pyrite crystal, very rich in faces, with a dominant octahedron, very bright and on matrix. A rarity at Milpillas, very interesting from a morphological point of view.
This specimen has been reviewed and published in the special "Milpillas" of the magazine ‘Lapis’ number 07-08/2017, page 35
Milpillas Mine, Cuitaca, Municipio Santa Cruz, Sonora  Mexico (04/2016)
Specimen size: 3.7 × 3.6 × 3 cm = 1.5” × 1.4” × 1.2”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
TF59AC9: Pyrite
Aggregate of very bright Pyrite crystals with dominant cube faces but very rich in other forms and with very well defined growth striations.
Huanzala Mine, Huallanca District, Dos de Mayo Province, Huánuco Department  Peru (08/2014)
Specimen size: 9.2 × 8.1 × 3.5 cm = 3.6” × 3.2” × 1.4”

Main crystal size: 3.7 × 3.2 cm = 1.5” × 1.3”

Price: Euro:390 / US$459 / Yen:51820 / AUD$610
Pyrite.
N46GVC7: Pyrite
The strangest specimen that I have ever seen from Ambasaguas. A strange ball that is made up of thousands of small crystals. The matrix is very solid and the dark color means that it contrasts well with the yellow Pyrite.
Ambas Aguas (Ambasaguas), Muro de Aguas, Comarca Arnedo, La Rioja  Spain (1995)
Specimen size: 12.5 × 10.2 × 7.8 cm = 4.9” × 4.0” × 3.1”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
NA57K7: Pyrite
Pentagonododecahedral (pyritohedral) crystals of Pyrite, one of them clearly dominant, with brilliant and sharp faces and edges. Noting the discovery year and the excellent preservation we believe that they will not be altered in the future.
Ambas Aguas (Ambasaguas), Muro de Aguas, Comarca Arnedo, La Rioja  Spain (1994)
Specimen size: 3.6 × 3 × 2.9 cm = 1.4” × 1.2” × 1.1”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
NC58K7: Pyrite
Cubic crystals modified by pentagonododecahedral (pyritohedral) faces. Noting the discovery year and the excellent preservation we believe that they will not be altered in the future.
Ambas Aguas (Ambasaguas), Muro de Aguas, Comarca Arnedo, La Rioja  Spain (1994)
Specimen size: 3.6 × 3.2 × 3.4 cm = 1.4” × 1.3” × 1.3”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
ND9K7: Pyrite
Group formed by pentagonododecahedron (pyritohedral) crystals modified by cube faces, with very sharp and brilliant faces and edges. Noting the discovery year and the excellent preservation we believe that they will not be altered in the future.
Ambas Aguas (Ambasaguas), Muro de Aguas, Comarca Arnedo, La Rioja  Spain (1994)
Specimen size: 3.7 × 3.2 × 3.6 cm = 1.5” × 1.3” × 1.4”

Main crystal size: 1.2 × 1.1 cm = 0.5” × 0.4”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
L14DAI0: Pyrite
The crystals have one of the more classical combinations of forms from Ambasaguas, the cube and the pyritohedron, the first delicately striated. But it is not so common to find them on marly matrix because they are easily detached in mining.
Ambas Aguas (Ambasaguas), Muro de Aguas, Comarca Arnedo, La Rioja  Spain (1992)
Specimen size: 11 × 10.8 × 5.8 cm = 4.3” × 4.3” × 2.3”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
NR6I0: Pyrite
Crystals combine the forms of cube and pyritohedron and form a close group with curious curvatures on the faces and strong striations all along cube faces.
7 pit, Ambas Aguas (Ambasaguas), Muro de Aguas, Comarca Arnedo, La Rioja  Spain (08/2002)
Specimen size: 7 × 6 × 6.4 cm = 2.8” × 2.4” × 2.5”

Main crystal size: 3.7 × 3.6 cm = 1.5” × 1.4”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
AV96M6: Pyrite
A floater sample of pyritohedral crystals, without any other accessory faces and with very well defined faces and edges. The luster is excellent. The time that has passed since it was mined seems to confirm that the piece is very stable because Sr. J. Amigó purchased it in 1994 and it remains unaltered.
Ambas Aguas (Ambasaguas), Muro de Aguas, Comarca Arnedo, La Rioja  Spain (1994)
Specimen size: 6.4 × 4 × 3.5 cm = 2.5” × 1.6” × 1.4”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
RA12N4: Pyrite
From an American classic locality. Although originally labeled as Bravoite in reference to the grayish coating on Pyrite crystals, our analysis didn't confirm the existence of Bravoite. Subsequent consultations also confirm that it is not Bravoite and, even knowing that similar specimens could also contain Molybdenite, this species didn't appear in our analysis.
Gilman, Gilman District, Eagle County, Colorado  USA
Specimen size: 5.2 × 3.6 × 3 cm = 2.0” × 1.4” × 1.2”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
MC12N4: Pyrite
Very aerial floater group of crystals formed by the faces of the cube and the pyritohedron with very well marked longitudinal striations.
Madan mining area, Rhodope Mountains, Smolyan Oblast  Bulgaria (1996)
Specimen size: 4.5 × 2.6 × 2.2 cm = 1.8” × 1.0” × 0.9”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
NA66T8: Pyrite
A novelty at Expominer (Barcelona) 2011. A crystal on matrix with an unusual flattened morphology, which is quite uncommon for Navajún. The edges, sharp and perfect, are completely natural and the crystal has been consolidated on its matrix to avoid its possible detachment.
Ampliación a Victoria Mine, level 1, Navajún, Comarca Cervera, La Rioja  Spain (04-05/2011)
Specimen size: 5.4 × 1.8 × 6.1 cm = 2.1” × 0.7” × 2.4”

Main crystal size: 1.3 × 1.1 × 2.1 cm = 0.5” × 0.4” × 0.8”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
NB97T8: Pyrite
A novelty at Expominer (Barcelona) 2011. A crystal on matrix with an unusual flattened morphology, which is quite uncommon for Navajún. The edges, sharp and perfect, are completely natural and the crystal has been consolidated on its matrix to avoid its possible detachment.
Ampliación a Victoria Mine, level 1, Navajún, Comarca Cervera, La Rioja  Spain (04-05/2011)
Specimen size: 4.7 × 4 × 3.5 cm = 1.9” × 1.6” × 1.4”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
AH96M4: Pyrite
A floater Pyrite consisting of deformed crystals showing the cube and octahedron, one of them dominant. Top side of the specimen shows curious growth forms and a second phase of crystallization, with several striations.
Huanzala Mine, Huallanca District, Dos de Mayo Province, Huánuco Department  Peru
Specimen size: 6.9 × 5.5 × 3.9 cm = 2.7” × 2.2” × 1.5”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
TA96H7: Pyrite
Group of crystals in which the dominant form is the octahedron but also having the faces of the cube, less developed but evident. The faces are bright, defined and undamaged. A magnificent sample.
Huanzala Mine, Huallanca District, Dos de Mayo Province, Huánuco Department  Peru (2001)
Specimen size: 11 × 9 × 4 cm = 4.3” × 3.5” × 1.6”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
NM10F2: Pyrite
The cubic crystals of Pyrite are piled on top of each other on a single axis, forming very interesting and attractive features. Very different from other ones from this mine.
Minas da Panasqueira, level 2, Aldeia de São Francisco de Assis, Covilhã, Castelo Branco, Cova da Beira, Centro  Portugal (2004)
Specimen size: 6.5 × 4.5 × 2.5 cm = 2.6” × 1.8” × 1.0”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
CK36D3: Pyrite
Colored Pyrite with curved cubes covering a flat Calcite matrix.
Minas da Panasqueira, level 2, Aldeia de São Francisco de Assis, Covilhã, Castelo Branco, Cova da Beira, Centro  Portugal
Specimen size: 12 × 10 × 1.3 cm = 4.7” × 3.9” × 0.5”

Price: Euro:135 / US$159 / Yen:17930 / AUD$210
Pyrite.
NA7E1: Pyrite
Good form and esthetic
Valdeperillo, Cornago, Comarca Arnedo, La Rioja  Spain (±1994)
Specimen size: 2.5 × 2.1 × 1.8 cm = 1.0” × 0.8” × 0.7”

Price: [SOLD]
Pyrite.
NE57E1: Pyrite
Good form and esthetic.
Valdeperillo, Cornago, Comarca Arnedo, La Rioja  Spain (±1994)
Specimen size: 3 × 2.5 × 2.7 cm = 1.2” × 1.0” × 1.1”

Price: [SOLD]

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