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Livingstonite is a mercury antimony sulfide mineral. Barcena (1894) named the mineral after famous African traveler Mr. Livingstone. This is vein of intergrown livingstonite cleavages to 1 cm intergrown with native sulfur, formed in crystalline limetsone.

This specimen comes with an early Warner & Greiger label, as well as an older Spanish language label with a number matching that seen on the specimen.

Price: $300

Item code: MS1284

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