Mineral Specimen and Product Inventory Search
- Featured in Special Editions
- Silverfields mine, Cobalt dist., Ontario, Canada
- 6 x 3.5 x 3 cm - Sm Cabinet
- Ore Minerals
Of all the Cobalt specimens in this Special Edition this one exemplifies the nature of the Cobalt style mineralization. Cobalt, a large Silver deposit had significant native Silver zones. Some of the veins were so large they termed one of them the "Silver Sidewalk". This specimen shows native Silver throughout the matrix with Stephanite and silvery Skutterrudite. Other possible associates include Stromeyerite and Chalcocite. This specimen and the other ore slabs in this Special Edition are most likely from the large research project performed on this deposit in the 1960's.
- Hesse, Germany
- 12 x 9 x 5 cm - Cabinet
This is an older specimen from the Charles Noll collection. It is a cabinet size specimen with good coverage of silvery 7mm crystals. All of the crystals are distinct and well-formed showing excellent crystal faces in the many vugs. Specimens of Skutterudite from this historic district are very hard to come by and certainly rare on the market. Most pieces are forever held by museums and private collectors.