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V137 - Diaspore $ 250
Pinarcik, Mugla Prov., Turkey
thumbnail - 1.1 x 1 x 0.3 cm


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Diaspore from Pinarcik, Mugla Prov., Turkey [db_pics/pics/v137a.jpg] Diaspore from Pinarcik, Mugla Prov., Turkey [db_pics/pics/v137b.jpg]

V-twin crystal of color change Diaspore. From new finds in the mountains near Pinarcik, these new Diaspore crystals are spectacular in color and form. Glassy, flat termination faces on both 'arms' with a small point of contact at the bottom tip. Complete and undamaged, though there are some small irregular growth surfaces on teh back faces that hardly distract in person. Gem quality and transparent inside. Medium purple color in natural sunlight.


V138 - Diaspore $ 250
Pinarcik, Mugla Prov., Turkey
thumbnail - 1 x 0.9 x 0.4 cm


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Diaspore from Pinarcik, Mugla Prov., Turkey [db_pics/pics/v138a.jpg] Diaspore from Pinarcik, Mugla Prov., Turkey [db_pics/pics/v138b.jpg] Diaspore from Pinarcik, Mugla Prov., Turkey [db_pics/pics/v138c.jpg]

V-twin crystal of color change Diaspore. From new finds in the mountains near Pinarcik, these new Diaspore crystals are spectacular in color and form. Glassy, flat termination faces on both 'arms' with a small point of contact at the bottom tip. Complete and undamaged. Gem quality and transparent inside. Medium purple color in natural sunlight.


V139 - Diaspore $ 180
Pinarcik, Mugla Prov., Turkey
thumbnail - 0.9 x 0.9 x 0.4 cm


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Diaspore from Pinarcik, Mugla Prov., Turkey [db_pics/pics/v139a.jpg] Diaspore from Pinarcik, Mugla Prov., Turkey [db_pics/pics/v139b.jpg] Diaspore from Pinarcik, Mugla Prov., Turkey [db_pics/pics/v139c.jpg]

V-twin crystal of color change Diaspore. From new finds in the mountains near Pinarcik, these new Diaspore crystals are spectacular in color and form. Glassy, flat termination faces on both 'arms' with a point of contact at the bottom and lower part of small 'arm'. Complete and undamaged. Gem quality and transparent inside. Medium purple color in natural sunlight..


CT101 - Koettigite $ 200
Mina Oujela, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico
miniature - 4.7 x 3 x 1.5 cm


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Koettigite from Mina Oujela, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico [db_pics/pics/CT101a.jpg] Koettigite from Mina Oujela, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico [db_pics/pics/CT101b.jpg] Koettigite from Mina Oujela, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico [db_pics/pics/CT101c.jpg] Koettigite from Mina Oujela, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico [db_pics/pics/CT101d.jpg] Koettigite from Mina Oujela, Mapimi, Durango, Mexico [db_pics/pics/CT101e.jpg]

Sprays of green Koettigite on both sides of a vuggy limonite matrix. A much sought after rarity from Mapimi. Comes with an old AL McGuinness label.


CT217 - McGuinnessite $ 100
Copper King Mine, Red Mountain, Mendocino Co., California, USA
small cabinet - 8.5 x 7 x 2 cm


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McGuinnessite from Copper King Mine, Red Mountain, Mendocino Co., California, USA [db_pics/pics/CT217a.jpg] McGuinnessite from Copper King Mine, Red Mountain, Mendocino Co., California, USA [db_pics/pics/CT217b.jpg] McGuinnessite from Copper King Mine, Red Mountain, Mendocino Co., California, USA [db_pics/pics/CT217c.jpg] McGuinnessite from Copper King Mine, Red Mountain, Mendocino Co., California, USA [db_pics/pics/CT217d.jpg] McGuinnessite from Copper King Mine, Red Mountain, Mendocino Co., California, USA [db_pics/pics/CT217e.jpg]

Mcguinnessite is a rare Mg-Cu carbonate, a member of Rosasite Group and is named after well-known California mineralogist, Al McGuinness. The matrix is richly covered with radial clusters and hemispheres of teal-blue mcguinnessite. Comes with an old Chuck Trantham label that shows his old price of $100.


CT131 - Galkhaite $ 300
Getchell Mine, Humboldt Co., Nevada
miniature - 5 x 3 x 2.2 cm


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Galkhaite from Getchell Mine, Humboldt Co., Nevada [db_pics/pics/CT131a.jpg] Galkhaite from Getchell Mine, Humboldt Co., Nevada [db_pics/pics/CT131b.jpg] Galkhaite from Getchell Mine, Humboldt Co., Nevada [db_pics/pics/CT131c.jpg]

Bright red Galkhaite crystals on Quartz coated matrix. The crystal reach 1.5mm in size. Galkhaite is a very rare cesium, thallium, mercury sulfide.


CT132 - Galkhaite $ 200
Getchell Mine, Humboldt Co., Nevada
miniature - 3.3 x 2.5 x 2 cm


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Galkhaite from Getchell Mine, Humboldt Co., Nevada [db_pics/pics/CT132a.jpg] Galkhaite from Getchell Mine, Humboldt Co., Nevada [db_pics/pics/CT132b.jpg] Galkhaite from Getchell Mine, Humboldt Co., Nevada [db_pics/pics/CT132c.jpg]

Bright red Galkhaite crystals on Quartz coated matrix. The crystal reach 1.5mm in size. Galkhaite is a very rare cesium, thallium, mercury sulfide.


CT188 - Tyrolite $ 90
Centenial Eureka Mine, Tintic Dist., Juab Co., Utah, USA
thumbnail - 1.6 x 0.9 x 0.8 cm


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Tyrolite from Centenial Eureka Mine, Tintic Dist., Juab Co., Utah, USA [db_pics/pics/CT188a.jpg] Tyrolite from Centenial Eureka Mine, Tintic Dist., Juab Co., Utah, USA [db_pics/pics/CT188b.jpg] Tyrolite from Centenial Eureka Mine, Tintic Dist., Juab Co., Utah, USA [db_pics/pics/CT188c.jpg]

Blue green Tyrolite, a hydrated calcium copper arsenate carbonate, on matrix. Tyrolite is found in the oxidized zone of Copper deposits and is named after the type locality for the species in the Tyrol area of Austria. Ex. Chuck Trantham collection #1564, acquired by Chuck in June 2001.


CT108 - Iranite $ 150
Chah Khouni Mine, Anarak District, Isfahan Province, Iran
miniature - 4 x 3 x 1.5 cm


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Iranite from Chah Khouni Mine, Anarak District, Isfahan Province, Iran [db_pics/pics/CT108a.jpg] Iranite from Chah Khouni Mine, Anarak District, Isfahan Province, Iran [db_pics/pics/CT108b.jpg] Iranite from Chah Khouni Mine, Anarak District, Isfahan Province, Iran [db_pics/pics/CT108c.jpg] Iranite from Chah Khouni Mine, Anarak District, Isfahan Province, Iran [db_pics/pics/CT108d.jpg]

Lustrous red Iranite on matrix from the type locality in Iran. Iranite is a rare lead-copper-chromate. Ex. Al McGunniess, Chuck Trantham specimens with labels.


CT112 - Deerite $ 75
Laytonville Quarry, Mendocino Co., California, USA
small cabinet - 7.5 x 4 x 2 cm


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Deerite from Laytonville Quarry, Mendocino Co., California, USA [db_pics/pics/CT112a.jpg] Deerite from Laytonville Quarry, Mendocino Co., California, USA [db_pics/pics/CT112b.jpg] Deerite from Laytonville Quarry, Mendocino Co., California, USA [db_pics/pics/CT112c.jpg]

Long black acicular crystals of Deerite, a rare silicate mineral named after one of the authors of the popular book, 'An Introduction to the Rock Forming Minerals'. From the type locality.


CT121 - Aerinite $ 60
Estopimen, Muesca, Spain
thumbnail - 3 x 2.5 x 2 cm


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Aerinite from Estopimen, Muesca, Spain [db_pics/pics/CT121a.jpg] Aerinite from Estopimen, Muesca, Spain [db_pics/pics/CT121b.jpg] Aerinite from Estopimen, Muesca, Spain [db_pics/pics/CT121c.jpg] Aerinite from Estopimen, Muesca, Spain [db_pics/pics/CT121d.jpg]

Blue Aerinite on matrix. Aerinite is a rare, chemically complex carbonate-bearing silicate.


CT158 - Meneghinite $ 50
Kalker Quarry, Santa Cruz, California, USA
thumbnail - 2.5 x 2.2 x 2.2 cm


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Meneghinite from Kalker Quarry, Santa Cruz, California, USA [db_pics/pics/CT158a.jpg] Meneghinite from Kalker Quarry, Santa Cruz, California, USA [db_pics/pics/CT158b.jpg] Meneghinite from Kalker Quarry, Santa Cruz, California, USA [db_pics/pics/CT158c.jpg]

Bright silvery Meneghinite, a rare lead copper antimony sulfide, on matrix.


CT203 - Renardite, Dewindtite $ 50
Shinkolobwe Mine, Katanga, Congo
thumbnail - 1.8 x 1.3 x 1 cm


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Renardite, Dewindtite from Shinkolobwe Mine, Katanga, Congo [db_pics/pics/CT203a.jpg] Renardite, Dewindtite from Shinkolobwe Mine, Katanga, Congo [db_pics/pics/CT203c.jpg]

Specimen of the rare uranium minerals REnardite and Dewindtite.


CT206 - Getchellite $ 50
Getchell Mine, Humboldt Co., Nevada
thumbnail - 2.3 x 1.5 x 1.3 cm


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Getchellite from Getchell Mine, Humboldt Co., Nevada [db_pics/pics/CT206a.jpg] Getchellite from Getchell Mine, Humboldt Co., Nevada [db_pics/pics/CT206b.jpg] Getchellite from Getchell Mine, Humboldt Co., Nevada [db_pics/pics/CT206c.jpg] Getchellite from Getchell Mine, Humboldt Co., Nevada [db_pics/pics/CT206d.jpg]

Rare red Getchellite with Orpiment. Acquired from Al McGuinness in 1988.


CT186 - Quartz scepter $ 60
Fat Jack Mine, Yavapai Co., Arizona, USA
thumbnail - 2.1 x 1.3 x 1 cm


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Quartz scepter from Fat Jack Mine, Yavapai Co., Arizona, USA [db_pics/pics/CT186a.jpg] Quartz scepter from Fat Jack Mine, Yavapai Co., Arizona, USA [db_pics/pics/CT186b.jpg] Quartz scepter from Fat Jack Mine, Yavapai Co., Arizona, USA [db_pics/pics/CT186c.jpg]

Single undamaged Quartz scepter from the famous Fat Jack Mine in Arizona with a purple Amethyst scepter head over a white Quartz stalk.
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