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Shattuckite after Cuprite


Shattuckite is a copper silicate mineral named after the Shattuck mine at Bisbee, Arizona (Schaller, 1915). In this example, a dodecahedral crystal of cuprite formed first, which later transformed to porcelainous blue shattuckite. This is a loose crystal, with minor adhering clay, approximately 75% complete.

Price: $300

Item code: MS1113

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