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Carles Curto Text: Carles Curto (formerly curator of the Geology Museum, Barcelona) & Jordi Fabre
Assistance from John S. White (former Smithsonian curator) John S. White


EUROPE (excl. Spain, Portugal and France)

Kermesite
Kermesite. Kermesite.
Kermesite  

NT86AM8: Centered groups, on matrix, of very lustrous acicular Kermesite crystals with a deep and vivid red color.
The specimen comes from the Ignacio Gaspar Sintes collection (number QUR-2) whose catalogue entry we will send to the buyer.
Pezinok, Pezinok District, Bratislava Region  Slovak Republic (1998)

Specimen size: 5.6 × 3.5 × 4.7 cm = 2.20” × 1.38” × 1.85”




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Fluorapophyllite-(K)

Recorded under LED light
 

TR91AM8: Groups of Fluorapophyllite-(K) crystals on matrix. They have an acute bipyramidal habit, many of them are doubly terminated, between transparent and translucent, with bright luster and an intense pink color. An old German classic, of great quality and magnificent color.
Samson Mine, St. Andreasberg mining area, Goslar District, Harz, Lower Saxony/Niedersachsen  Germany (±1930)

Specimen size: 7.1 × 4.7 × 2.2 cm = 2.80” × 1.85” × 0.87”

Main crystal size: 0.7 × 0.6 cm = 0.28” × 0.24”




Fluorapophyllite-(K). Front
Front
Fluorapophyllite-(K).
Fluorapophyllite-(K). Rear
Rear
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MOROCCO

Azurite with Malachite after Azurite
Azurite  with Malachite after Azurite. Front
Front
Azurite  with Malachite after Azurite. Rear
Rear
Azurite  with Malachite after Azurite. Side
Side
 

TT66AM8: Group of very aerial Azurite crystals, rich in polycrystalline growths, with good terminations, with a very deep color and totally or partially pseudomorphed by Malachite in some areas of the specimen.
Touissit, Touissit District, Jerada Province, Oriental Region  Morocco

Specimen size: 7.3 × 4.7 × 4.2 cm = 2.87” × 1.85” × 1.65”

Main crystal size: 7 × 2.6 cm = 2.76” × 1.02”




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AFRICA (excl. Morocco)

Schorl with Feldspar and Opal
 

TP99AM8: Doubly terminated Schorl crystal on matrix, with sharp crystal forms, excellent terminations and polycrystalline growths on the prism, which has very good luster.
Erongo Mountain, Usakos, Erongo Region  Namibia

Specimen size: 12.2 × 4.4 × 3.1 cm = 4.80” × 1.73” × 1.22”

Main crystal size: 11.1 × 3 cm = 4.37” × 1.18”

Opal intense fluorescence long & short UV



Schorl with Feldspar and Opal. Front
Front
Schorl with Feldspar and Opal. Rear
Rear
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SOUTH AMERICA (excl. Brazil)

Quartz (variety rose quartz)
Quartz (variety rose quartz).
 

TM86AM8: A novelty at Tucson Virtual 2021. Original fan-shaped growths on a matrix of translucent Quartz crystals, with bright luster and an intense pink color, the color being their intrinsic natural color, not due to inclusions of iron oxides. The precise name of the mine is not yet known, but surely with the passage of time it will become known.
Huancayo District, Huancayo Province, Junín Department  Peru (2020)

Specimen size: 5.5 × 4 × 2.7 cm = 2.17” × 1.57” × 1.06”




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Quartz (variety rose quartz)
 

TQ37AM8: A novelty at Tucson Virtual 2021. Original fan-shaped growths on a matrix of translucent Quartz crystals, with bright luster and an intense pink color, the color being their intrinsic natural color, not due to inclusions of iron oxides. The precise name of the mine is not yet known, but surely with the passage of time it will become known.
Huancayo District, Huancayo Province, Junín Department  Peru (2020)

Specimen size: 5.1 × 4.7 × 3.3 cm = 2.01” × 1.85” × 1.30”

Main crystal size: 0.5 × 0.1 cm = 0.20” × 0.04”




Quartz (variety rose quartz). Quartz (variety rose quartz).
Order
Quartz (variety rose quartz)
Quartz (variety rose quartz). Front
Front
Quartz (variety rose quartz). Side
Side
 

MC27AM8: A novelty at Tucson Virtual 2021. Original fan-shaped growths on a matrix of translucent Quartz crystals, with bright luster and an intense pink color, the color being their intrinsic natural color, not due to inclusions of iron oxides. The precise name of the mine is not yet known, but surely with the passage of time it will become known.
Huancayo District, Huancayo Province, Junín Department  Peru (2020)

Specimen size: 6.7 × 4 × 3.7 cm = 2.64” × 1.57” × 1.46”

Main crystal size: 0.7 × 0.2 cm = 0.28” × 0.08”




Order
Quartz (variety rose quartz)
 

TP86AM8: A novelty at Tucson Virtual 2021. Original fan-shaped growths on a matrix of translucent Quartz crystals, with bright luster and an intense pink color, the color being their intrinsic natural color, not due to inclusions of iron oxides. The precise name of the mine is not yet known, but surely with the passage of time it will become known.
Huancayo District, Huancayo Province, Junín Department  Peru (2020)

Specimen size: 6.7 × 4.3 × 3.9 cm = 2.64” × 1.69” × 1.54”

Main crystal size: 0.3 × 0.1 cm = 0.12” × 0.04”




Quartz (variety rose quartz). Quartz (variety rose quartz).
Order
Quartz (variety rose quartz)
Quartz (variety rose quartz). Front
Front
Quartz (variety rose quartz). Side
Side
 

MB97AM8: A novelty at Tucson Virtual 2021. Original fan-shaped growths on a matrix of translucent Quartz crystals, with bright luster and an intense pink color, the color being their intrinsic natural color, not due to inclusions of iron oxides. The precise name of the mine is not yet known, but surely with the passage of time it will become known.
Huancayo District, Huancayo Province, Junín Department  Peru (2020)

Specimen size: 6.6 × 5 × 4.3 cm = 2.60” × 1.97” × 1.69”

Main crystal size: 0.5 × 0.4 cm = 0.20” × 0.16”




Order
Quartz (variety rose quartz)
 

TV37AM8: A novelty at Tucson Virtual 2021. Original fan-shaped growths on a matrix of translucent Quartz crystals, with bright luster and an intense pink color, the color being their intrinsic natural color, not due to inclusions of iron oxides. The precise name of the mine is not yet known, but surely with the passage of time it will become known.
Huancayo District, Huancayo Province, Junín Department  Peru (2020)

Specimen size: 7.9 × 5.1 × 2.8 cm = 3.11” × 2.01” × 1.10”

Main crystal size: 0.7 × 0.2 cm = 0.28” × 0.08”




Quartz (variety rose quartz). Quartz (variety rose quartz).
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CHINA

Calcite
Calcite. Front
Front
Calcite. Rear
Rear
 

TA90AM8: Lenticular Calcite crystal formed by a very thin prism and an extraordinarily flattened, translucent, lustrous white rhombohedron with concentric geometric zoning. Larger than the usual size for specimens from this locality.
Lishui Prefecture, Zhejiang Province  China (2009)

Specimen size: 10.2 × 6 × 3 cm = 4.02” × 2.36” × 1.18”




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