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Quartz.
TT27AF1: Quartz
Group of crystals, some of them partially doubly terminated, with very well defined phantom growths of red Hematite inclusions. They have an amethystine nucleus visible under a strong light.
Orange River, Warmbad, Karasburg District, Karas Region  Namibia (± 1980)
Specimen size: 4.8 × 3.7 × 5.3 cm = 1.89” × 1.46” × 2.09”

Price: €220 / US$246 / JPY26540 / AUD$350
Quartz.
LT49AK0: Quartz
Group of Quartz crystals with two clearly differentiated generations, one of them crystals with the prism edges slightly curved, transparent, bright and colorless and the second generation with very fine, also colorless and extraordinarily bright acicular crystals. The specimen, of high quality for a not so well-known locality, is from the Philippe Morelon collection (number 533) whose label, which includes more information on the back, will be sent to the buyer.
Saint-Pierre-d'Allevard, Crêts en Belledonne, Haut-Grésivaudan, Grenoble, Isère, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes  France (1980)
Specimen size: 9 × 7.8 × 4.9 cm = 3.54” × 3.07” × 1.93”

Main crystal size: 2.3 × 0.8 cm = 0.91” × 0.31”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
TE26AG1: Quartz
La Gardette is a mythical name. That small mine located in the middle of the French Alps has offered and continues to offer some of the most elegant Quartzes in the world. A beauty as fascinating as the place where they are found.
La Gardette Mine, Villard-Notre-Dame, Le Bourg d'Oisans, Grenoble, Isère, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes  France
Specimen size: 12.5 × 9.5 × 6.8 cm = 4.92” × 3.74” × 2.68”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
TG96AI5: Quartz
Druse of Quartz crystals on a chalcedony matrix. They are very clear and colorless, very bright, rich in faces and have the typical shape that relates to the name of the mine. An extraordinary sample, very fine and carefully preserved, from a classic French locality for Quartz. We’ll send to the buyer the label from the Jean-Pierre Gilian collection.
La Gardette Mine, Brides gallery, Villard-Notre-Dame, Le Bourg d'Oisans, Grenoble, Isère, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes  France (2015)
Specimen size: 20 × 8.5 × 11 cm = 7.87” × 3.35” × 4.33”

Main crystal size: 3 × 1 cm = 1.18” × 0.39”

Price: €1800 / US$2015 / JPY217180 / AUD$2940
Quartz.
EP68T4: Quartz
Group of parallel growths with successive phases of crystallization, the last one, the most superficial, forming a lot of doubly terminated colorless crystals. The sample, from a very classic locality, is much better than the picture shows.
Banská Štiavnica (Schemnitz), Banská Štiavnica District, Banská Bystrica Region  Slovak Republic (05/2011)
Specimen size: 18.5 × 7.7 × 5.7 cm = 7.28” × 3.03” × 2.24”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
EQ89V2: Quartz
Group of three large translucent crystals with split growths showing smaller crystals, a lot of them doubly terminated, transparent, very bright and practically colorless. The locality, a great European classic, hasn’t supplied collector’s specimens since long ago.
Banská Štiavnica (Schemnitz), Banská Štiavnica District, Banská Bystrica Region  Slovak Republic (05/2011)
Specimen size: 15.5 × 8.5 × 9 cm = 6.10” × 3.35” × 3.54”

Main crystal size: 14 × 4.5 cm = 5.51” × 1.77”

Price: €440 / US$492 / JPY53090 / AUD$710
Quartz.
NJ9P4: Quartz
Group of crystals of Quartz with slight curvatures on the prism edges and on matrix. Their characteristic brown color seems due to indeterminate inclusions. The matrix is also brown Calcite and has been partially dissolved by acid to expose the crystals.
Orgaleyo Quarry (Brañes), Canto La Pellada, Brañes, Oviedo, Comarca Oviedo, Asturias, Principality of Asturias  Spain (2009)
Specimen size: 4.2 × 3.1 × 3.2 cm = 1.65” × 1.22” × 1.26”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
NF59P4: Quartz
Group of doubly terminated crystals of Quartz with slight curvatures on the prism edges and on matrix. Their characteristic brown color seems due to indeterminate inclusions. The matrix is also brown Calcite and has been partially dissolved by acid to expose the crystals.
Orgaleyo Quarry (Brañes), Canto La Pellada, Brañes, Oviedo, Comarca Oviedo, Asturias, Principality of Asturias  Spain (2009)
Specimen size: 4.5 × 3.1 × 2.6 cm = 1.77” × 1.22” × 1.02”

Main crystal size: 3.5 × 1.1 cm = 1.38” × 0.43”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
RQ13M2: Quartz
This Quartz crystal stands out for the definition of its forms and its purity, transparency and incredible luster. A collector’s choice specimen.
Cavradi, Curnera Valley, Tujetsch (Tavetsch), Vorderrhein Valley, Grischun (Grisons; Graubünden)  Switzerland (±1947)
Specimen size: 4.8 × 2.5 × 1.6 cm = 1.89” × 0.98” × 0.63”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
RJ26G2: Quartz
The crystal is perfectly transparent; its faces are sharply defined, with an "Alpine" quality, on a matrix with a fibrous silicate, probably Actinolite which penetrates into the Quartz as an inclusion.
Cavradi, Curnera Valley, Tujetsch (Tavetsch), Vorderrhein Valley, Grischun (Grisons; Graubünden)  Switzerland (±1949)
Specimen size: 6.1 × 3 × 2.5 cm = 2.40” × 1.18” × 0.98”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
EF26R9: Quartz
Group of translucent crystals of Quartz. They are slightly spindled and most of them are doubly terminated, and they have inclusions which clearly define phantoms.
Dalnegorsk, Kavalerovo Mining District, Primorskiy Kray, Far-Eastern Region  Russia (±1990)
Specimen size: 8.1 × 6.2 × 2.9 cm = 3.19” × 2.44” × 1.14”

Price: €120 / US$134 / JPY14470 / AUD$190
Quartz.
TT86E0: Quartz
Although many people call this "beta" Quartz, it is not. They do so because it resembles beta Quartz, which means that there are no prism faces, only pseudo pyramidal faces. Dalnegorsk is one of the localities that are well known for this called "beta" Quartz (although of course them are not a specie) Given the brilliance, definition of the faces, and esthetics this one could be considered to be among the best.
Dalnegorsk, Kavalerovo Mining District, Primorskiy Kray, Far-Eastern Region  Russia
Specimen size: 5.3 × 4.4 × 4.6 cm = 2.09” × 1.73” × 1.81”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
TT96W2: Quartz
Parallel growth of crystals with a dipyramidal habit, sometimes erroneously described as β-Quartz. They are translucent, rich with inclusions, and have very well defined faces and edges.
Huanggang Mines, Hexigten Banner (Kèshíkèténg Qí), Ulanhad (Chifeng), Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region  China (2012)
Specimen size: 12.3 × 4.7 × 4 cm = 4.84” × 1.85” × 1.57”

Price: €195 / US$218 / JPY23520 / AUD$310
Quartz.
AA59Y8: Quartz
Curious tubular Quartz growing with twists and curves whose surface is coated by small white crystals. The sample is from a locality that is very little known on the international collecting circuits.
Mina da Senhora da Assunção, Aldeia Nova, Sátão, Viseu  Portugal (2011)
Specimen size: 6.5 × 1.5 × 2.3 cm = 2.56” × 0.59” × 0.91”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
E96MBH5: Quartz
A group of very esthetic crystals. We also call attention to the locality, very uncommon and practically unknown for collector, and a country from which there usually aren’t samples on the market.
Mina Las Mercedes, San Miguel, Departamento Misiones  Paraguay
Specimen size: 10.5 × 10.2 × 6 cm = 4.13” × 4.02” × 2.36”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
EC50Y6: Quartz
Irregular aggregate of Quartz crystals on chalcedony matrix. They are completely clear, very bright and some of them are doubly terminated. An excellent sample, very fine and carefully conserved, from a classic French locality for Quartz.
La Gardette Mine, Villard-Notre-Dame, Le Bourg d'Oisans, Grenoble, Isère, Auvergne-Rhône-Alpes  France
Specimen size: 11.1 × 6.3 × 7 cm = 4.37” × 2.48” × 2.76”

Main crystal size: 6.5 × 0.9 cm = 2.56” × 0.35”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
RA12S7: Quartz
Group of very bright clear crystals. They are doubly terminated, with sharp polycrystalline growths and growth deformations at the base.
Oberalpstock Mountain, Strem Valley, Tavetsch, Vorderrhein Valley, Grisons  Switzerland (±1946)
Specimen size: 5.4 × 3.8 × 3 cm = 2.13” × 1.50” × 1.18”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
DE48AF8: Quartz
Aggregate of transparent and bright crystals, with a kind of faden inclusions and a very well defined Dauphiné twinning. The sample is of the highest quality from this area. These Quartz samples are one of the more notable surprises in the Daunis collection.
We’ll send to the buyer a digitalized copy of a single label, commonly covering a group of similar samples from the same area.
Sallent de Gállego area, Comarca Alto Gállego, Huesca, Aragon  Spain (± 1970)
Specimen size: 9.5 × 5.4 × 2.8 cm = 3.74” × 2.13” × 1.10”

Main crystal size: 8.4 × 2.7 cm = 3.31” × 1.06”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
DE50AF8: Quartz
Aggregate of transparent and bright crystals, with a kind of faden inclusions, a very well defined Dauphiné twinning and a great “s” face. The sample is of the highest quality from this area. These Quartz are one of the more notable surprises in the Daunis collection.
We’ll send to the buyer a digitalized copy of a single label, commonly covering a group of similar samples from the same area.
The specimen has been published in the magazine ‘extraLAPIS’ on page 22, number 53, "Zwillinge"
Sallent de Gállego area, Comarca Alto Gállego, Huesca, Aragon  Spain (± 1970)
Specimen size: 10.1 × 6.6 × 5.7 cm = 3.98” × 2.60” × 2.24”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
RJ14M3: Quartz
A complete floater Quartz crystal whose faces totally consist of curious dissolution structures. Totally transparent with an excellent brilliance.
The piece is accompanied by a handwritten label with notes from Mr. Folch.
Rhône Glacier, Furka, Furka Pass area, Valais  Switzerland
Specimen size: 4 × 2.4 × 1.9 cm = 1.57” × 0.94” × 0.75”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
RG46R6: Quartz
Very transparent and bright crystal with very well defined faces and edges, with abundant cavities and curious dissolution forms. Folch acquired it from the "Mineralienkabinnet" of Schweitzer Heimatwek in Zürich.
Rhône Glacier, Furka, Furka Pass area, Valais  Switzerland (±1961)
Specimen size: 8.7 × 3.2 × 3.7 cm = 3.43” × 1.26” × 1.46”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
RK49H0: Quartz
A curious formation, a parallel growth of numerous crystals giving as a result the appearance of a single crystal with dissolution forms on faces and edges while retaining the excellent luster and transparency. The specimen is a floater.
Rhône Glacier, Furka, Furka Pass area, Valais  Switzerland (±1961)
Specimen size: 11.2 × 4.2 × 4.2 cm = 4.41” × 1.65” × 1.65”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
TN96G4: Quartz
Even considering that the principal interest of this big group of Quartz crystals is centered on the locality, worldwide famous by its gold telluride and actually re-exploited, we must also emphasize the morphology of the group and of the crystals, which on their top faces have a supremacy of one of the rhombohedrons, giving a first appearance that they terminate only with three faces instead of the usual six.
Rosia Montana, Apuseni Mountains, Alba County, Transylvania  Romania (12/2001)
Specimen size: 23.5 × 10.5 × 6.8 cm = 9.25” × 4.13” × 2.68”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
TP93E2: Quartz
This red Quartz is an elegant floater with all the crystals doubly terminated and partially covered by a second generation of white Quartz. This is one of the most esthetic specimens of this type that we have seen.
Second Sovetskii Mine, Dalnegorsk, Kavalerovo Mining District, Primorskiy Kray, Far-Eastern Region  Russia (2003)
Specimen size: 10.5 × 7 × 5 cm = 4.13” × 2.76” × 1.97”

Main crystal size: 6.2 × 0.5 cm = 2.44” × 0.20”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
E85D: Quartz
As strange, transparent and brilliant as the photo shows.
Sigoyer area, Forcalquier, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur  France (1994-1997)
Specimen size: 3.8 × 2.2 × 1.7 cm = 1.50” × 0.87” × 0.67”

Price: [SOLD]

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