Spanish Mineral Specimens For Sale, Page 2

 

Fine aragonite crystals such as this purple and green crystal are becoming tough to find for sale.    This beautiful combination of gem sphalerite and siderite is a prime example of why Spanish minerals are so popular.    Beautiful, but lesser known pyromorphites have been found in Spain on occassion.

Many fine minerals from Spain are readily available on the mineral market.  Aragonites, pyrites, goethites, fluorites, barites, calcites, pyromorphites, sphalerites and dolomites are but a few of the fine minerals in well formed crystals that come from Spain.  We normally have a great selection of this classic minerals so feel free to contact us concerning your wants.  We carry specimens for all levels of collectors.

 

 

 

OKH-588

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OKH-588    Fluorite on Barite   Berbes, Asturias, Spain.  Ex.  Paul and Dawne Dunning Collection.  This is an extremely high quality miniature measuring 4.6 x 3 0.4 x 1.9 cm.  There are only a few cubes but they are of extremely high quality being water clear and up to 1.5 cm each.  This specimen is a floater with the only damage being to two tiny barites on back of specimen that form is unusual and almost indescribable piece.  Some of the fluorite surfaces have minor quartz overgrowths with tiny fluorites on top of that.  A fluorites are so clear that every tiny detail of the underlying barites can be ascertained.  The images fail to show how gemmy the fluorites really are.  I really like this piece and can’t see how any serious fluorite collector would find it to be anything other than exceptional.  Minor blue mineral adhesive on base should be removed.  Stunning miniature!  $575

 

 

 

 

OKH-584

OKH-584    Fluorite    Berbes, Auturias, Spain.  Ex.  Paul and Dawne Dunning Collection.   This specimen is an attractive grouping of light purple clear crystals measuring up to 1.5 cm on edge.  It is viewable from all sides as good luster and nice form to the cubes that compose it.  Attractive phantoms can be seen in if you of the cubes and most exhibits growth with no modifications.  There are a couple tiny chips that are not readily noticeable without close inspection.  This is a good quality piece from a very desirable location.  $200

 

 

 

 

 

OKH-655

OKH-655    Selenite (gypsum)   Quinto del Ebro, Saragossa, Spain.  Ex.  Paul and Dawne Dunning Collection.   This selenite plate has two larger water clear crystals to 2.2 cm each.  Base is crystallized but not display worthy.  Piece measures 4.9 x 3.9 x 3 cm and is damage free.  $60

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKH-629

OKH-629    Fluorite    Caravia, Spain.  Ex.  Paul and Dawne Dunning Collection.  This small example measures 3 x 2.6 x 2.4 cm head is composed of several very complex cubes to 1.6 cm each with wonderful modifications (texahexahedral??).  It is not mounted in a perky box, but would make a perfect thumbnail specimen.  Zero damage.  $50

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKH-716

OKH-716   Quartz on Fluorite    Mina LaMuela, near Cordoba, Spain.  Ex.  Paul and Dawne Dunning Collection.  A rather unusual piece composed of fluorite cubes to 1.9 cm on edge are clear and slightly grayish cast.  They are high in luster and very translucent.  On these are small quartz crystals that are so perfect they almost look like diamonds.  There is minor chipping to a couple of the fluorites but it is not overly distracting.  The specimen measures 4.2 x 3.6 cm and is approximately 1.8 cm thick.  $175

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKH-379

Note modifications and stepped growth

OKH-379    Calcite and Dolomite on Fluorite     Mina Jaimina, Caravia, Asturias, Spain.  Fine, large, fluorite cubes to 3 cm each on edge compose this beautiful specimen.  There is minor brown dolomite and white double terminated calcites to add color and shape contrasts.  Minor sulfide inclusions in the calcites and fluorites, as well.  The nice thing about this piece is the strong tetrahexahedral form that is quite noticeable on each fluorite.  The fluorite surfaces are also highly stepped making the overall appearance quite dramatic.  Minor edge contacts and one small fluorite crystal has a minor rub.  Attractive and priced to go.  125$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-480

OKF-480    Goethite pseudo after Pyrite    Castellon, Spain.    Ex. Dr. Steve Chamberlain collection.  This is a pseudomorph of one of the classic iron cross twins for which the region is noted.  It measures 1.8 cm in diameter and is a perfect floater.  This piece exhibits an excellent luster for a goethite pseudo (as good as I’ve ever seen from anywhere).  Very desirable specimen at a super price.  20$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-714

OKF-714     Fluorite and Barite      (tetrahexahedral crystal form)    Mina Jaimina, Caravia, Asturias, Spain.  Ex Bob Borofsky collection.  7.4 x 5.2 cm plate of crystals formed as a cast over fluorites crystals.  Lots of gemmy fluorites and barites that create lots of flash.  There is a small area of damage right on one of the edges of the specimen which is not very noticeable and in an expected location.  Fine, fine display specimen for this price….65$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-706

OKF-706    Sphalerite on Dolomite   Troya Mine, Mutiloa, Guipuzcoa, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky collection, circ. 1990.  Nice high luster sphalerites are dispersed across the front, and some on the back, of this 5.5 x 4.8 x 3 cm piece.  Good contrasts from the white dolomite and gemmy red sphalerites (to .7 cm each).  Sides on edge for display.  Contacts are top and base, some of which is recrystallized.  No damage.  Nice example for 25$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-708

OKF-708    Barite and Fluorite    Mina Jaimina, Caravia, Asturias, Spain.  Ex Bob Borofsky collection.  4.9 x 4.5 x 2.3 cm specimen with clear fluorite cubes to 1 cm on edge on white barites.  A very attractive, damage free specimen which displays great.  A very sharp looking miniature from Europe.  75$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-710

Back (casts)

OKF-710    Barite, Calcite and Fluorite (tetrahexahedral crystal form)    Mina Jaimina, Caravia, Asturias, Spain.  Ex Bob Borofsky collection.  5.5 x 5.4 cm grouping of mixed crystals which are up to 1.5 cm on edge.  The crystal aggregate formed as casts on top of what may have been calcites.  The fluorites are of an uncommon form and water clear.  The barites are tabular and also clear, while the schalenohedral calcites are light yellow.  A stunning group to say the least.  Only damage is to one barite near the edge and another directly on the edge of the piece.  An exceptionally nice specimen for this price.  70$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-711

OKF-711      Fluorite and minor Barite      (hexoctahedral crystal form)     Emilio Mine, Asturias, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection.  A beautiful group of crystals of rare form and unusual color coat both the front and back of this exceptional specimen. The fluorites are gemmy and up to 1.2 cm on edge.  The colors are all very mild greens, purples and blues, but overall these crystals are more clear than anything else.  They are intergrown yet not crowded on the tan colored matrix.  On the back there is damage to some of the base of the grouping.  Only contact is on the base, on which it can sit upright on edge for display, and everything else is clean.  A fine example which measures 6.5 x 5.5 x 3 cm overall.  The barite is white, minor and only present on the back of the specimen.  290$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-712

OKF-712    Sphalerite     Troja, San Sabashhan, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky collection, circ. 1990.  A fine miniature measuring 5 x 3.5 x 2.9 cm.  One side is mineralized with gemmy red sphalerites.  Only a couple tiny burses to small individual crystals.  A great example for the price.  40$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-481

OKF-481    Epidote    Burguillos del Cerro, Badajoz, Spain.  Ex. Dr. Steve Chamberlain collection.  This is a nice representative specimen from an unusual location.  It measures 3.6 x 2.5 x 2 cm overall and has deep gray, somewhat metallic crystals to .7 cm each coating its front and some of its back.  The crystals are well formed and high in luster.  28$

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-569

OKF-569     Quartz and Fluorite    Berbes, Asturas, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky collection.  This nice specimen is like a quartz/ fluorite hedgehog.  It is highly domical in form and constructed from sharply formed quartz and fluorite crystals.  Fluorites are a rich purple color, phantomed and slightly modified by dodecahedrons.  The only visible damage I can find is one tiny quartz ding and a small cleave off one of the fluorites on the backside.  A fantastic displayable specimen which sits nicely and is from a classic European locality.  180$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-422

OKF-422       Dolomite Twin    Azcarate Quarry, Egui, Esteribar, Navarra, Spain.  Ex. Dr. Steve Chamberlain Collection.  Prev. Donald Briggs collection, 1978.  Here is one of what are certainly the best dolomite crystals from anywhere in the world.  It just fits into a perky box at 2.5 cm on edge.  This translucent twin has a couple minor spots of contact, otherwise a floater.  Great luster and form.  Light gray internal veil.  An outstanding example of this difficult to find material.  50$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-409

OKF-409    Aragonite      Minglanilla, Spain.   This large cluster of crystals measures 8.5 cm in length and is a light purple color.  It is a well formed floater of moderate luster.  Nicely priced at 45$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-226

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OKF-226    Barite and Fluorite    Mina Jaimina, Caravia, Asturias, Spain.  Ex Bob Borofsky collection.  This wonderful large cabinet piece is coated by white barites with a liberal encrustation of gem clear fluorites, approximately 75% coverage, up 1 cm on edge each.  The specimen displays the highest of luster possible and the floor a crystals show tetrahexahedral forms.  I can find no damage on this piece which is extremely rare for this locality.  The specimen measures 12.5 cm x 11 cm x 7.5 cm and is also crystallized on approximately 40% of its back.  This is one of those rare pieces from a site which never produced many specimens in the first place and is noted for rarely producing any that are damage free.  A superb fluorite.  $1000

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-205

Other side...still fantastic

OKF-205    Sphalerite, Quartz, Siderite and Dolomite    Troya Mine, Mutiloa, Guipuzcoa, Spain.  Ex Bob Borofsky collection.  This is probably the nicest combination piece from this location which I purchased from Bob.  It is a complete floater grouping which measures overrates centimeters in length 5 cm in height and is a little over 3 cm thick.  It has 100% coverage of all the fore mentioned minerals in crystals up to .8 cm in diameter.  This is a very flashy specimen due to the crisp gemmy sphalerites which are the primary mineral.  The specimen stands on edge for display.  You'd have a hard time finding the nicer piece from this location at any price.  $350

 

 

 

 

 

OKF-195

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OKF-195    Calcite and Fluorite    La Collada, Asturias, Spain.  Ex Bob Borofsky collection.  This beautiful combination of minerals is 6.5 x 6 x 6.3 cm in size.  It displays beautifully from the front but the sides show some damage to the tips of the calcites.  The fluorites are especially gemmy weed very light purple phantoms.  The calcites range from white, to light yellow, to clear.  The fluorites are very complex and form and both minerals are exceptionally lustrous.  The frontal view of this piece is a publication quality.  An exceptional piece but locale.  $675

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKE-405

OKE-405    Sphalerite and Siderite (also, dolomite and calcite?)    Troya Mine, Mutiloa, Guipuzcoa, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection Circ. 1990.  Fine gemmy spahalerites mixed with yellowish tan siderites and two unknowns which could be dolomite and calcite.  6.3 x 4 x 3 cm.  All crystals are well formed and attractive.  Lots of flash to this specimen.  Two areas of matrix attachment and no damage.  Quality European specimen.  70$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-596

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OKD-596         Barite on Fluorite    Berbes, Asturias, Spain.   Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection.  A nice small cabinet specimen which stands upright on edge.  This piece is composed of a single face coating of cubic crystals modified by dodecahedrons to 1 cm each.  Nice color and luster.  They are on a micro quartz coated matrix which measures 7 x 5.5 x 4 cm overall.  Minor dolomite crystals.  Damage free specimen.  135$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-597

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OKD-597          Calcite on Fluorite (Tetrahexahedral Crystal Form)     Mina Jaimina, Caravia, Asturias, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection.  This attractive specimen shows nice large (to 2.3 cm each) clear fluorites with the rare tetrahexahedral form.  The calcites are in two generations.  The large yellow second gen. calcites exhibit minor damage but it is not excessive.  First gen. calcites form a white druze on about half the piece.  The specimen measures a healthy 9 x 8.5 x 5 cm.  One fluorite is dinged and many have light blue and whit phantoms which are very subtle.  Some chalcopyrite inclusions, as well.  A fine and rare combination piece from years gone by.   190$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-630

Barite close up.

Tetrahexahedral fluorites.

OKD-630        Fluorite (Tetrahexahedral Crystal Form) and Barite   Ana Mine, also known as Ana Berbes Location, Berbes, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection.  An old, rare find that is seldom represented in even the top comprehensive fluorite, Spanish or European collections.  Most collectors are not even familiar with this old mine which was once close to the Berbes locale with which every fluorite collector is now acquainted.  This one is a fine domed cluster of purple tetrahexahedral crystals to 1.7 cm on edge and white barites to 1.2 cm on edge.  The fluorite range from small and gemmy to larger with modified surfaces which take on the appearance of being etched.  Below these are other fluorites which are mostly obscured and more yellowish in color and phantomed.  This is a fine and rare specimen with only a single barite blade being partially missing.  10 x 8 x 5 cm overall size.  2,000$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-631

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Barites.

Tetrahexahedral fluorites.

OKD-631        Fluorite (Tetrahexahedral Crystal Form) and Barite   Ana Mine, also known as Ana Berbes Location, Berbes, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection.  An old, rare find that is seldom represented in even the top comprehensive fluorite, Spanish or European collections.  Most collectors are not even familiar with this old mine which was once close to the Berbes locale with which every fluorite collector is now acquainted.  This specimen is simply amazing for the location.  It measures a whopping 17 x 10 cm and is a two sided plate which is about f cm thick.  It sits up nicely on edge for display and is mineralized on about 50% of its edges.  The purple fluorites have a high degree of modification and so the surfaces appear frosted.  Inside the fluorites are fine yellow phantoms.  The white barites approach 2 cm and the only damage to the specimen are a couple of cleaved barites which are tough to find.  This is a wonderful museum piece from a rare, old European locale.  Extremely tough to get and desirable specimen.  6,500$ firm.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-598

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OKD-598           Barite on Fluorite    (Hexoctahedral Crystal Form)     Emilio Mine, Asturias, Spain.  Ex.         Bob Borofsky Collection.  A fine damage free piece with highly modified fluorites to 2.5 cm each partially covered by bright white blades of barite.  The fluorites are a very light purple, almost clear.  Minor chalcopyrite inclusions.  7 x 6 x 3.5 cm.  Flashy specimen.  200$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-599

OKD-599           Fluorite (Tetrahexahedral Crystal Form)     Mina Jaimina, Caravia, Asturias, Spain.  Ex.Bob Borofsky Collection.   Fantastic, clear (with a very slight blue cast and selective blue phantoms) tetrahexahedral crystals of fluorite to 2.8 cm on edge.  This small cabinet specimen measures 7 x 6 x 6 cm and displays wonderfully.  Great luster and form.  One fluorite has a corner ding.  A classic to grace any fine fluorite collection.    175$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-605...back

Front

Close up of fluorite and quartz.

OKD-605         Barite on Fluorite and Quartz    Berbes, Asturias, Spain.   Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection.  A very aesthetic specimen for the money.  This one has small cubes to .8 cm and overall dimensions of 8 x 5 x 5.5 cm.  There is one book of barite blades centrally located on the fluorites and plenty of tiny quartz for a little extra flash.  One micro ding only visible with magnification.  A fine classic for a bargain price of…100$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-606

Hexoctahedral crystals, phantoms and unknown inclusions.

Calcite on barite on fluorite.

Close up of unknowns.

OKD-606        Fluorite, Quartz and Calcite and others  (Hexoctahedral Crystal Form)     Emilio Mine, Asturias, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection.   Exceedingly rare crystal form of fluorite combined with micro quartz and tiny calcites created a fine, aesthetic and unusual specimen.  A large specimen measuring in at 22.5 x 12 x 9 cm.  One could look at for hours!  Clear crystals to 2.4 cm each surrounded by draperies of quartz druze.  A couple damaged corner but very difficult to detect and certainly not noticeable.  Other minerals include dolomite and chalcopyrite.  Great combination piece.  Plenty of crystallographic variety here!  A winner for any fluorite collection, even the hard core Spanish collector.  1,100$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-608

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OKD-608         Barite on Fluorite and Quartz    Berbes, Asturias, Spain.   Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection.    Oh my!  This wonderful dome of large dark fluorite cubes is not only a European classic, it also has killer aesthetics.  Not only are there the large barite books on the dark fluorites on this piece, we also find a secondary growth of more fluorites in tiny cubes gracing the surfaces of the barites!  These are well formed and attractive crystals on what is already a fine piece.  The overall dimensions are 15 x 11 x 8 cm with barites to 5 cm and primary fluorites to 3.5 cm on edge. Back of specimen is fully crystallized too.  One cube has a damaged corner and one near the edge of the piece a cleave.  A fine and desirable piece.   1,600$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-609

Multiple phantoms

Cubes and modified cubes.

OKD-609         Barite on Fluorite and Quartz    Berbes, Asturias, Spain.   Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection.   A smaller specimen of this fantastic material  which measures in at 7 x 6 x 4.5 cm.  Good clean cubes with dodec. modifications and nice purple layered phantoms to 1.1 cm on edge each. One cube near base is damaged.  Choice color and form for this European classic.     100$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-610

An area thick with barites.

Nice tetrahexahedral crystals.

OKD-610          Calcite on Barite on Fluorite (Tetrahexahedral Crystal Form)     Mina Jaimina, Caravia, Asturias, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection.   A very heavy coating of clear to white barites on this large (14 x 11 cm) plate of fluorite.  Very minor barite damage, exceptional crystals and the highest of luster.   Approx 1/3rd of the back of the specimen is also crystallized.  Fine aesthetics and a nice, yet uncommon minerals combination.  Amazing specimen.     1,000$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-613

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OKD-613         Barite on Fluorite   Berbes, Asturias, Spain.   Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection.    A small cabinet specimen measuring 7.2 x 5.5 x 4 cm with cubes modified by dodecahedrons to .9 cm each.  It is somewhat triangular in form allowing for it to display nicely.  90$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-614

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OKD-614         Barite on Fluorite    Berbes, Asturias, Spain.   Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection.   Another fine large cabinet specimen with generous amounts of barite on fluorite.  The piece measures 14 x 10 x 8 cm and has cubes to 1.1 cm each (some modified by dodecahedrons).  This one has that perfect balance of barite and fluorite.  About half of the fluorites are clear and half purple.  One more excellent, damage free classic which comes in at a mid-level price of…300$

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-615 back

OKD-615

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OKD-615         Barite on Fluorite     Emilio Mine, Asturias, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky Collection.  Here  are bright white barite blades on exceptionally clear fluorite cubes.  The plate is coated on both sides by fluorite with the barites being large on the front side (to 3.5 cm) and tiny on the backside.  9 x 7 x 4 cm overall.  Cute specimen.   120$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKD-166

OKD-166      Pyrite     Ambasaguas, Spain.  Ex. Dr. Steve Chamberlain Collection.  Big 3.5 cm floater crystal which is a combination of forms (pyritohedroan and cube) with concave faces.  Faces are also heavily striated.  A wonderful crystal from a location noted mostly for its perfect cubes.  Mineralogical Record article does a better job than I of describing these unique crystals.  This one has some obvious fractures but it is very stable.  20$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKE-001

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Back side close up.

Front side close up.

OKE-001     Fluorite (Tetrahexahedral Crystal Form) Calcite and Barite     Mina Jaimina, Caravia, Asturias, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky  Collection.  This specimen is a very fine plate of high luster crystals dominated by calcite and fluorite.  The gemmy purple to clear fluorites measure to 1.5 cm each and are nicely mixed with light white/ clear calcites to 2.5 cm each.  Everything is damage free and the specimen stands nicely on edge without need of a stand.  The plate measures 13 x 10 x 4.5 cm overall.  This is a fine European specimen which is highly desirable.  650$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKE-002

Close up

OKE-002     Barite on Fluorite    Berbes, Asturias, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky  Collection.  An attractive 7.5 x 7 x 5 cm with transparent purple crystals to 1 cm on edge.  The fluorites are slightly modified by dodec. Form and have nice phantoms.  This fine specimen stands up on its own for display a couple different ways.  No damage.  A fine specimen!  220$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKE-003

OKE-003     Fluorite (Tetrahexahedral Crystal Form) on Barite on Fluorite     Mina Jaimina, Caravia, Asturias, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky  Collection.  A great display of two generations of very light blue, gemmy fluorites to 1.7 cm each.  Tiny white barites add great textural contrast to the piece which measures 5.7 x 4.4 x 3.3 cm.  Very displayable combination piece with zero damage.  95$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKE-004

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OKE-004     Sphalerite     Troya Mine, Mutiloa, Guipuzcoa, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky  Collection, Circ. 1990.  Fine gemmy sphalerite crystals to .6 cm each in clusters on white dolomite crystals.  A great piece measuring 5.5 x 5.3 x 2.5 cm which is well mineralized on both sides of piece.  One small area of no crystal growth (dolomites) on one face.  A desirable specimen that is lustrous and showy.   80$

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKE-008

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OKE-008     Sphalerite, Quartz and Siderite     Troya Mine, Mutiloa, Guipuzcoa, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky  Collection, Circ. 1990.  A beautiful, intricate specimen with the high luster, gemmy sphalerites with minor quartz and siderite.  The piece sits on its basil contact area and all other views are damage free and highly aesthetic.  6.3 x 3 x 3 cm.  A truly magnificent sphalerite specimen.  160$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKE-009

OKE-009     Fluorite     Berbes, Asturias, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky  Collection.  This fluorite is a rich purple color and has some selective face coatings of quartz? Which adds a nice color contrast.  The specimen measures 5.5 x 5 x 3 cm overall with cubes to 1.3 cm on edge.  Two very tiny corner dings (only noticeable with magnification) are present in peripheral positions.  Stands up great on edge for display.  A showy specimen from a desirable European location.   120$

  

 

 

 

 

 

OKE-012

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OKE-012     Sphalerite, Dolomite and Siderite     Troya Mine, Mutiloa, Guipuzcoa, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky  Collection, Circ. 1990.  A beautiful, intricate specimen with the high luster, gemmy sphalerites with minor dolomite and siderite.  The piece is a thin plate which is beautifully mineralized on its display face and partially mineralized on the backside as well.   Damage free and highly aesthetic.  6 x 5.2 and 1.5 cm thick.  A fine sphalerite specimen.  100$

 

 

 

 

 

 

OKE-013

OKE-013     Sphalerite, Dolomite and Siderite    Troya Mine, Mutiloa, Guipuzcoa, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky  Collection, Circ. 1990.  A beautiful specimen with the high luster, gemmy sphalerites with minor dolomite and siderite.  An aesthetic specimen with larger than usual crystals.  5 x 4 x 1.5 cm.  One crystals on the edge was in contact with matrix and is cleaved off, otherwise a floater with little mineralization on the backside.  A sharp specimen.  80$

 

 

 

 

 

OKE-015

OKE-014     Fluorite and Barite     Moscona Mine, Asturias, Spain.  Ex. Bob Borofsky  Collection.  The more common material to find on today’s market….Nice yellow crystals with white overgrowths of barite.  An excellent damage free specimen.  Attractive and inexpensive.  55$

 

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