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- Silverfields mine, Cobalt dist., Ontario, Canada
- 9.5 x 8 x 1 cm - Cabinet
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Excellent slab of Galena with Arsenopyrite and Chalcopyrite mostly likely from Petruk's group 5 mineralization, the Fe-As assemblage. This assemblage is characterized be a high content of Arsenopyrite. Cobalt was a world class Silver deposit which was discovered by a blacksmith in 1903. The pop-up photos show some unique and unusual ore textures.
- Yellow Jacket mine, Rico dist., Dolores Co., Colorado, United States
- 5.5 x 4 x 1.5 cm - Sm Cabinet
This is a locality specimen, which was previously labeled as Argentopyrite. It is not noted at that locality and it looks like granular Galena. I believe it is agentiferous Galena.