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Copper after Azurite

This specimen is a floater, with no point of attachment. Azurite crystal clusters ("roses") typically form in clay seams in these large copper porphyry deposits. But at Georgetown, New Mexico, the azurite was reduced to copper, forming these interesting pseudomorphs. This is a fine example, collected by Ron Gibbs.

Price: $80

Item code: MS1112

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