Apatite and Other Mineral Specimens from Bear Lake, Ontario

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Apatite specimens like this one, photographed for Rock and Gem Magazine, are not all that uncommon at the Bear Lake diggings near Tory Hill, Ontario, Canada.    Some of the finest large mineral specimens in North America can be found at the Bear Lake diggings in Ontario, Canada.  This fine fluorapatite is but one example.  

                                                                            All specimens seen above are fluorapaptite

 

The Bear Lake occurrence, off Madill Road, near Tory Hill, Ontario, Canada offers a diversity of mineral specimens.  Many of these minerals attain enormous size while retaining excellently form.  I have an article that was published for Rock and Gem magazine describing the site and its minerals for your reading pleasure.  This is now a closed location.

 

 

 

 

OKA-366 Feldspar / Titanite Bear Lake, Ontario, Canada. 6.7 cm long specimen has a single 4 cm titanite in a cluster of tan feldspars (to 3 cm each). Some damage but nice. 45$

 

 

OKA-953

OKA-953 Titanite/ Feldspar Bear Lake, Ontario, Canada. Nice dark brown titanites scattered on the surface of a cluster of large, poorly formed, flesh colored feldspars. Titanites are up to 1.7 cm each. The piece is 8.5 x 5 cm overall. 24$

 

 

 

 

 

OKA-954

OKA-954 Feldspar Bear Lake, Ontario, Canada. Nicely formed, double terminated, good luster, flesh colored crystal. Minor pitting. 5.5 x 5 cm. 8$

 

 

 

 

 

OKA-955

OKA-955 Feldspar Bear Lake, Ontario, Canada. Nicely formed, double terminated, good luster, flesh colored crystal. 5 x 3 cm. 12$

 

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