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Leucophosphite is a potassium iron phosphate mineral. Simpson (1932) named the mineral for its pale white color and phosphate content.

This is a very rich example of lecuophosphite, with crystals to 4 mm covering an area 3 × 8 cm. This specimen comes with an a series of labels including those of Chris Korpi, Grunier and Dakota Matrix. While some labels indicate tinsleyite, we believe that the pink-red zones present in this sample consist of leucosphosphite. Other phosphates are present including hureaulite and jahnsite-CaMnMg on the front side, and tavorite and rockbridgeite on the backside.

Price: $650

Item code: MS1854

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