Art Reno Collection - Part II


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AR72 - Boleite $ 300
Amelia Mine, Baja, Mexico
small cabinet - 5.3 x 3.3 x 3.0 cm


Boleite from Amelia Mine, Baja, Mexico [db_pics/pics/AR72a.jpg] Boleite from Amelia Mine, Baja, Mexico [db_pics/pics/AR72b.jpg] Boleite from Amelia Mine, Baja, Mexico [db_pics/pics/AR72c.jpg]

Most of the Boleite specimens from Amelia Mine were detached from the soft clay-like matrix. This specimen a rare example of one that still has Boleite crystals intact and in stable condition on the original matrix. There are at least a dozen blue Boleite crystals with the larger ones measuring about 4mm wide.


AR73 - Turquoise $ 200 SOLD
Lavender Pit, Bisbee, Arizona, USA
miniature - 3.8 x 3.5 x 2.3 cm


Turquoise from Lavender Pit, Bisbee, Arizona, USA [db_pics/pics/AR73a.jpg] Turquoise from Lavender Pit, Bisbee, Arizona, USA [db_pics/pics/AR73b.jpg] Turquoise from Lavender Pit, Bisbee, Arizona, USA [db_pics/pics/AR73c.jpg]

Turquoise in matrix from historic Bisbee, Arizona. The Turquoise was located in the conglomerate rock atop the main Copper ore deposits that was removed as overburden. Most the Bisbee Turquoise was therefore recovered in the mine dumps in the 1950s and 1960s and are now uncommon. The specimen comes mounted in an old 2 inch x 2 inch plastic box with label. It has one sawn flat surface to show the sky-blue Turquoise.


AR74 - Turquoise $ 40 SOLD
Lavender Pit, Bisbee, Arizona, USA
small cabinet - 5.5 x 2.7 x 1.5 cm


Turquoise from Lavender Pit, Bisbee, Arizona, USA [db_pics/pics/AR74a.jpg] Turquoise from Lavender Pit, Bisbee, Arizona, USA [db_pics/pics/AR74b.jpg] Turquoise from Lavender Pit, Bisbee, Arizona, USA [db_pics/pics/AR74c.jpg]

Turquoise in matrix from historic Bisbee, Arizona. The Turquoise was located in the conglomerate rock atop the main Copper ore deposits that was removed as overburden. Most the Bisbee Turquoise was therefore recovered in the mine dumps in the 1950s and 1960s and are now uncommon. The specimen comes mounted in an old 2 inch x 2 inch plastic box with label. It appears to have been stabilized.



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