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Sabinaite is sodium titanium zirconium carbonate mineral. Jambor et al. (1980) named the mineral after Ann Sabina (1930- ), mineralogist at the Geological Survey of Canada who discovered the mineral. Sabinaite forms a 1.7 cm mass of tan pseudohexagonal crystals on siderite matrix. The maximal crystal size is approximately 1 mm. Also present is an unidentified pseudomorph in prisms to 1 cm. This is a very rich specimen of sabinaite found 2002-2003.

Price: $400

Item code: MS1101

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