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JC8925.  Gypsum.  Great Salt plains, Jet, Alfalfa county, Oklahoma.  7.5 x 16 cm  566g.  $30.00.   Rather nice plate of sand included crystals; somewhat older piece probably from the 1970's.   
JC8928.  Opal.   Spencer, Clark county, Idaho.   9 x 12 cm  748g.  $10.00.   A solid mass of white opal.  No fluorescence and no fire. 
JC8931.  Barite.  Northumberland mine, Northumberland district, Toquima range, Nye county, Nevada.  5.5 x 8 cm  193g.  $50.00.   Chisel shaped crystals, with a smoky to amber color and highly translucent to transparent.   The upright crystal in he center has a large chip out of the termination, visible in this photo.
JC8931.  Another view. 
JC8931.  Another view. 
JC8932.  Barite.  Northumberland mine, Northumberland district, Toquima range, Nye county, Nevada.  7 x 7 cm  251g.  $75.00.    Minor chip/ding on a smaller crystal termination on the upper right, otherwise fairly clear of damage.  
JC8932.  Another view.  
JC8932.  Another view.  
JC8933.  Barite.  Northumberland mine, Northumberland district, Toquima range, Nye county, Nevada.  6.5 x 8.5 cm  384g. $75.00.    A 5.5 cm crystal standing vertically from the base of other crystals.  The main upright crystal has some minor dings on the left side of the termination, visible in the photo.  A couple of the other smaller crystals also have small dings/chips on their terminations.  
JC8934.  Barite.  Northumberland mine, Northumberland district, Toquima range, Nye county, Nevada.  5 x 7 cm  182g.  $45.00.   The upper left main crystal has a chip/ding on the left side of the termination visible in the photo, otherwise fairly clean of damage.     
JC8934.  Another view.  
JC8935Barite.  Northumberland mine, Northumberland district, Toquima range, Nye county, Nevada.  7 x 7.5 cm  357g.  $50.00.   Four crystals have small dings on their terminations.   ON HOLD
JC8935.  Another view. 
JC8935.  Another view. 
JC8935.  Another view. 
JC8936Barite.  Northumberland mine, Northumberland district, Toquima range, Nye county, Nevada.  7 x 14 cm   712g.  $175.00.   The largest crystal is doubly terminated and 6 cm long.  The bottom end where it was in contact with the matrix is damaged, otherwise the other crystals  look pretty free of significant damage. 
JC8936.  Another view.  
JC8936.  Another view.
JC8937.  Barite.  Northumberland mine, Northumberland district, Toquima range, Nye county, Nevada.  5.5 x 6.5 cm  203g.  $35.00.  Some damage to three of the crystals.  
JC8937.  Another view.  
JC8937.  Another view. 
JC8938.  Barite.  Northumberland mine, Northumberland district, Toquima range, Nye county, Nevada.  4 x 7 cm   127g.  $25.00.  Dings on all of the crystals, visible in the photos. 
JC8938.  Another view.  
JC8939Barite.  Northumberland mine, Northumberland district, Toquima range, Nye county, Nevada.  5 x 7 cm  202g.  $50.00.  Chip out of the main crystal visible in the photo, but less obvious to the naked eye.   Small dings on two of the lesser crystals.  
JC8939.  Another view.   The white area on the main crystal is a growth defect, not damage.  The chip on the termination is above the white area.  
JC8939.  Another view.  
JC8944.  Augelite.   Ortega mine, Mundo Nuevo mine area, Mundo Nuevo, Huamachuco, Sanchez Carrion province, La Libertad department, Peru.   1.2 x 1.8 x 2.1 cm  $50.00.   Nice light yellow green thumbnail. 
JC8944.  Another view.   Small quartz crystal attached. 
JC8945.  Calcite, hematite.  Dal'negorsk, Kavalerovo mining district, Primorskiy Kray, Far-Eastern region, Russia.  2.5 x 4 cm  16g.  $25.00.   
JC8948.  Wulfenite.  Glove mine, Devil's Cash Box ridge, Amado, Cottonwood canyon, Tyndall district, Santa Rita mountains, Santa Cruz county, Arizona.  2.4 x 4.3 cm  5g.  $30.00.  
JC8948.  Another view.  
JC8949.  Beryl (aquamarine) scepter.  Shigar valley, Skardu district, Baltistan, Gilgit-Baltistan, Pakistan.   2.7 cm tall.  $50.00.  Neat little scepter thumbnail.  
JC8951.  Wulfenite.  Rowley mine, Theba, Painted Rock district, Painted Rock mountains, Maricopa county, Arizona.  3 x 3.2 cm  25g.  $10.00
JC8952.  Malachite pseudo azurite.  Milpillas mine, Cuitaca, Mun. de Cananea, Sonora, Mexico.   2 x 3 cm  14g.  $20.00  Nearly a single crystal. 
JC8952.   Another view.  
JC8957.  Silver.  Uchucchacua mine, Oyon province, Lima department, Peru.  2 x 2 x 3 cm thumbnail.  $35.00
JC8957.  Another view. 
JC8957.  Another view. 
JC8958.  Silver.  Uchucchacua mine, Oyon province, Lima department, Peru.  A 4 cm long wire...longer if stretched straight.  $75.00.  
JC8958.  Another view.  
JC8959.  Silver.  Tsumeb mine, Tsumeb, Namibia.  1.5  x 2.5 cm thumbnail.  $50.00.  Silver from Tsumeb is quite rare.  A little patch of crystals on calcite/dolomite?   
JC8959.  Another view.  
JC8961Pyrargyrite.  Uchucchacua mine, Oyon province, Lima department, Peru   2 x 3.3 cm  27g with stand.  $150.00   A complex crystal, complete all around.  
JC8961.  Another view. 
JC8961.  Back side.
JC9196.  Wulfenite.  Los Lamentos, Chihuahua, Mexico.  11 x 15 cm   >1000g.  $250.00.  Caramel to orange wulfenite crystals on white limestone.    Some damage here and there, some visible in the photos. There are a half dozen or so small crystals with damage.   On this photo, there is a broken crystal visible in the lower center and lower left center.  Damage for the most part is not obvious, otherwise without damage would be considerably higher in price.  
JC9196.  Close up of the top portion of the specimen. 
JC9196.  Close up of lower portion of specimen. 
JC9204.  Wulfenite.  Los Lamentos, Chihuahua, Mexico. 12.5 x 15 cm  >1000g.   $250.00   Caramel to orange wulfenite crystals on white limestone.  Nice bright orange crystals on the back also.  Some damage here and there, some visible in the photos.  I count a half dozen broken/damaged crystals that are not along the edges.    Damage for the most part is not obvious, otherwise without damage would be considerably higher in price.  
JC9204.  Close up of top of specimen
JC9204.  Close up of bottom half.  The most obvious damage is in the somewhat lower center, there is a crystal edge on that has had part of it on the left side sheared off. 
JC9204.   Back side.  Several of these bright orange crystals have been damaged...pretty none the less. 
JC9209.  Proustite.  Bouismas mine, Bouismas, Bou Azzer district, Tazenakht, Ouarzazate, Morocco.  6 x7.5 cm  285g.  $200.00.   Less than one 1mm to about 3mm crystals scattered over a pyrite/galena matrix.   
JC9209.  Another view. 
JC9209.  Another view.
JC9209.  Another view.
JC9209.  Another view.
JC9209.  Another view.
JC9229.  Vesuvianite.  Near Clio, Plumas county, California. 4 x 4.5 cm  83g.  $80.00.   A main crystal that measures 2.5 cm across, slightly translucent and pretty much damage free except for a little bit of growth interference.  Color is a root beer brown as shown.   Classic shape and form of a flattened di-pyramid.  The flat face in the center of the crystal does not show well in the photos.   A bit of pale green diopside and corroded siliceous material is also present.  Mined in 2012.
JC9229.  Another view. 
JC9229.  Another view.
JC9229.  View of opposite side. 
JC9230.  Vesuvianite.  Near Clio, Plumas county, California.  6.5 x 7.5 cm  173g.  $100.00.   A group of flattened di-pyramids.  Largest crystal is complete and 5 cm across.   Color is a brownish green with light root beer internal reflection here and there, and lighter green core where exposed.  There is minor damage to one corner of the pyramid on the main crystal, not noticeable except with close inspection.   The white blotches are very thin spots of a secondary siliceous material.   Mined in 2012.
JC9230.  Another view.  
JC9230.  Another view.  A little bit of light green diopside is implanted on some of the crystal faces in this shot.
JC9230.  Another view

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