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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”

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”

Main crystal size: 6.2 × 2.2 cm = 2.44” × 0.87”

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, Dalnegorsk Urban District, Primorsky Krai  Russia (2003)
Specimen size: 10.5 × 7 × 5 cm = 4.13” × 2.76” × 1.97”

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]
Quartz.
E87NYJ3: Quartz
Group of clear crystals with curious growths and deformations. In some of them the prism is absent, in others it is considerably enlarged. The luster is extraordinary.
Sigoyer area, Forcalquier, Alpes-de-Haute-Provence, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur  France (1994-1997)
Specimen size: 8.7 × 5 × 6.2 cm = 3.43” × 1.97” × 2.44”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
TP26F0: Quartz
Exsolution? Interrupted growth? There is some doubt about how this beautiful, floater Quartz formed. It has irregular crystalline forms with some flat faces, especially the rhombohedra near the tips. Very unusual.
Tormiq Valley, Haramosh Mountains, Skardu District, Baltistan  Pakistan (06/2003)
Specimen size: 7.1 × 2.8 × 3 cm = 2.80” × 1.10” × 1.18”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz.
HM90R9: Quartz
Very elongated crystal, completely transparent. On the back of the crystal there is a contact area corresponding to a smaller missing crystal.
Val Maggia, Canton Tessin  Switzerland (±1980)
Specimen size: 14 × 5.2 × 4.4 cm = 5.51” × 2.05” × 1.73”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (japan law twin).
ET11AJ8: Quartz (japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors at a not well known until today mineral locality. A group of crystals, one of them clearly dominant and aerial, with a very well defined japan law twin with very sharp crystal forms, clear, colorless and bright.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 2.4 × 2.2 × 2 cm = 0.94” × 0.87” × 0.79”

Main crystal size: 1.1 × 1 cm = 0.43” × 0.39”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (japan law twin).
EX14AI5: Quartz (japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors at a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them clearly dominant, elongated, with an extraordinarily flattened shape and the japan-law twin that is very well defined on the terminal faces. It is bright, between transparent and translucent and has reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 2.6 × 2.5 × 1.8 cm = 1.02” × 0.98” × 0.71”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (japan law twin).
EP14AI1: Quartz (japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, two of them with a very well defined japan law twin, with very sharp crystal forms, clear, colorless and bright.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 4.4 × 3 × 1.5 cm = 1.73” × 1.18” × 0.59”

Main crystal size: 2 × 1.2 cm = 0.79” × 0.47”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (japan law twin).
EQ13AI1: Quartz (japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Floater and very flattened japan law twinned crystal with very sharp crystal edges, transparent, colorless and bright.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 2.6 × 2.4 × 0.5 cm = 1.02” × 0.94” × 0.20”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (japan law twin).
EM6AI1: Quartz (japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them clearly dominant, with a very well defined japan law twin, with very sharp crystal forms, clear, colorless and bright with reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 3.5 × 2.3 × 1.6 cm = 1.38” × 0.91” × 0.63”

Main crystal size: 2 × 0.8 cm = 0.79” × 0.31”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (japan law twin).
EK36AI1: Quartz (japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, two of them clearly dominant and, of these, one having a very well defined japan law twin. They have very sharp crystal forms and are clear, colorless and bright with reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 4.9 × 2.6 × 3.2 cm = 1.93” × 1.02” × 1.26”

Price: €120 / US$140 / JPY14740 / AUD$190
Quartz (japan law twin).
EL26AI1: Quartz (japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them clearly dominant, with a very well defined japan law twin, with very sharp crystal forms. They are clear, colorless and bright with reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 3.5 × 2.8 × 2.6 cm = 1.38” × 1.10” × 1.02”

Main crystal size: 1.3 × 1.2 cm = 0.51” × 0.47”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (japan law twin).
EJ46AI1: Quartz (japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them dominant and very aerial, with a very well defined japan law twin and very sharp crystal forms. It is transparent, colorless and bright with reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 4.2 × 2.2 × 2.3 cm = 1.65” × 0.87” × 0.91”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (japan law twin).
EB76AL4: Quartz (japan law twin)
From a find by local field collectors between 2008 and 2011 in a mineralogically previously little-known locality. Group of crystals, one of them clearly dominant, flattened, with the japan-law twin unusually closed, which gives it a unitary crystal appearance, with sharp crystal forms, transparent, with good luster, colorless and with reddish tones in some areas due to the presence of oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 3.9 × 3.5 × 3.1 cm = 1.54” × 1.38” × 1.22”

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

Price: €150 / US$175 / JPY18430 / AUD$240
Quartz (japan law twin).
EH46AI1: Quartz (japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them clearly dominant, flattened, with a very unusually “closed” that give to the crystal the shape of a single crystal, with very sharp crystal forms. It is transparent, colorless and bright with reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 4.1 × 4 × 2.7 cm = 1.61” × 1.57” × 1.06”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (japan law twin).
EV86AL4: Quartz (japan law twin)
Group of Quartz crystals in which several very sharp, transparent and shiny japan-law twins stand out. Unusual for the locality, especially for the large number of twins on the same specimen.
Kimmeria, Xánthi Prefecture, Thrace (Thráki) Department  Greece (07/2017)
Specimen size: 9.2 × 4.2 × 2.5 cm = 3.62” × 1.65” × 0.98”

Main crystal size: 2.1 × 1.4 cm = 0.83” × 0.55”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (japan law twin).
EG86AI1: Quartz (japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them with a very well defined japan law twin, flattened, with very sharp crystal forms, clear, colorless and bright.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 6.7 × 3.7 × 3.7 cm = 2.64” × 1.46” × 1.46”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (japan law twin).
TA86AD9: Quartz (japan law twin)
Very sharp japan law twin that is typical for the locality, with very well defined faces and edges, very transparent and bright and with an intense and uniform smoky color.
The sample is with a label of Ron K. Sohn Minerals that we’ll send to the buyer.
Tiro Estrella Mine, El Capitan Mountains, Capitan District, Lincoln County, New Mexico  USA
Specimen size: 3.2 × 2.6 × 0.7 cm = 1.26” × 1.02” × 0.28”

Price: [SOLD]
Quartz (japan law twin).
EF96AI1: Quartz (japan law twin)
From a find between 2008 and 2011 by local prospectors on a not well known, until today, mineral locality. Group of crystals, one of them well centered on the sample, flattened, with the very well defined japan law twin and very sharp crystalline forms. It is transparent, bright, colorless and with reddish shades in some areas due to iron oxide inclusions.
Harrison Lake, Chilliwack, Regional District Fraser Valley, British Columbia  Canada (2008-2011)
Specimen size: 8.6 × 3.4 × 6.5 cm = 3.39” × 1.34” × 2.56”

Price: €190 / US$222 / JPY23350 / AUD$310

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