Actinolite xx

Jumbo Copper Mine, Copper Mts., Prince of Wales Island, Alaska / USA; "Pseudomorph from Actinolite after Diopside crystals (Uralite)". Very nice crystal clusters of dark green well-terminated 2 cm-long prismatic "crystals". Very nice old-time specimens collected around 1920; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Actinolite xx

Jumbo Copper Mine, Copper Mts., Prince of Wales Island, Alaska / USA; "Pseudomorph from Actinolite after Diopside crystals (Uralite)". Very nice crystal clusters of dark green well-terminated 2 cm-long prismatic "crystals". Very nice old-time specimens collected around 1920; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Adranosite-(Fe )xls 

Anna Mine, Alsdorf, Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia / Germany; pale-yellowish-green needle crystal aggregates of 0,5 mm very rich with white Boussingaultite; MM 38,00 

Aegirine xx

Rundemyr, Ovre Eiker, Buskerud / Norway / TYP; lustrous dark orange-brownish long prismatic crystals of 5 cm in Feldspar-Quartz matrix. This is the Type-material of Aegirine described in 1821 by P.H.Ström as "Acmite" and in 1835 given by Berzelius the name Aegirine; KS 14,00; NS 28,00; HS 48,00

Aerinite xx

Estopiñán dam, Estopiñán del Castillo, Huesca, Aragón / Spain; sky blue fibrous massive aggregates with some Serpentine matrix;
KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Aeschynite-(Y) xl 

Urstad Feldspar Mine, Hitterö, Hidra Island, Flekkefjord, Vest-Agder / Norway / TYP; waxy dark orange-brown well-terminated bright single crystals of 2,5 cm (KS) to 3 cm (NS). Pretty specimens from the Type-location for Aeschynite-(Ce), collected around 1880; KS 28,00; NS 38,00 ,

Aeschynite-(Y) xx

Clora May Pegmatite, Trout Creek Pass, Buena Vista, Chaffee Co., Colorado / USA; brightly lustrous deep dark brownish well terminated crystals of 2 cm (KS) to 3 cm (NS). Very good specimens; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Afghanite xx

Le Tre Croci, Vetralla, Viterbo, Latium / Italy; nice crystal groups of colorless hexagonal crystals to 3 mm in vugs in Sanidinite matrix; KS 28,00

Afmite xls 

Fumade, Castelnau-de-Brassac, Tarn, Midi-Pyrénées / France / TYP; white tabular crystals of 0,5 mm, very rich on vugs in brownish Goethite matrix; MM 38,00

Afmite xx
IMA 2005-025a

Fumade, Castelnau-de-Brassac, Tarn, Midi-Pyrénées / France / TYP; white tabular crystals of 0,3 mm, very rich on matrix; MM 75,00

Agardite-(Nd) xx

Hilarion Mine, Agios Konstantinos, Laurion, Attika / Greece / TYP; pale green needle crystals of 1 mm, on brownish Goethite matrix; KS 48,00

Agrellite xx

Kipawa alkaline complex, Sheffield Lake, Témiscamingue Co., Quebec / Canada / TYP; white to very pale brownish acicular glassy crystals of 2 cm, very rich together with pinkish Eudialyte, dark green Aegirine in Microcline matrix. Very good specimens of the rare Fluorine barring Sodium-Calcium-silicate; KS 19,00; NS 38,00; HS 65,00

Agrinierite (xx)

Margnac Mine, Compreignac, Haute-Vienne, Limousin / France / TYP; glassy orange 2 mm crystal aggregates with some yellow Uranophane and dark brownish Uraninite; MM 65,00

Aguilarite (xls) 

Ken Snyder Mine, Gold Circle District, Elko Co., Nevada / USA; grey aggregates of 1 cm, with crystals of Aguilarite to 1 mm, inter grown with Naumannite and Electrum, as vein-like aggregates in Quartz Calcite matrix; MM 38,00; KS 75,00

Ag-Zn-Tetrahedrite (xx)

Cavnic Mine, Cavnic, Maramures Co. / Romania / TYP; grey-metallic aggregates of a Silver- and Zinc-rich Tetrahedrite with pale pinkish Rhodochrosite (TYP) and Quartz, old specimens; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Ahlfeldite xls 

Mina El Dragon, Antonio Quijarro Prov., Potosí Dept. / Bolivien; the rare Nickel-Selenide forms pinkish glassy very rich crystals aggregates of 5 x 5 mm, together with blue Chalcomenite crystals on Penroseite matrix. Very rich specimens;
MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Ahlfeldite xx

Mina El Dragón, Antonio Quijarro Prov., Potosí Dept. / Bolivia; pale pinkish crystal aggregates of 1 mm (MM), or as well terminated 1 mm crystals (KS), together with blue Chalcomenite crystals on Krutaite-Penroseite matrix. Nice specimens of this rare Nickel-Selenite; MM 38,00; KS 65,00

Akaganeite xx

Piasten Mine, Miedzianka, Jelenia Góra, Rudawy Janowickie Mts, Lower Silesia / Poland; brownish massive wood-like aggregates of micro crystalline Akaganeite; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Akatoreite xx

Monte Maniglia, Bellino, Varaita Valley, Cuneo Prov., Piedmont / Italy; lustrous bright orange-yellow long tabular crystals of
3 mm, very rich on vugs in Braunite matrix.
Very good material from a new find; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Alabandite xl 

Merelani Hills, Lelatema Mts., Simanjiro District, Manyara Region / Tanzania; highly lustrous well-terminated black  bi-pyramidal single crystals of 2,5 cm (KS) to 4 cm (NS). Outstanding crystals of this uncommon Manganese-Sulfide from a new find;
KS 75,00; NS 185,00 

Albertite

Dingwall, Ross-shire, North West Highlands, Scotland / UK; highly lustrous black asphalt-like aggregates of 1 cm, very rich in a brownish matrix; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Albertite

Albert Mine, Hillsborough Parish, Albert Co., New Brunswick / Canada / TYP; the Hydrocarbons forms black massive asphalt-like aggregates. Old specimens collect around 1870; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Albite (xx)

Finakas Bay, Finakas, Syros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; "pseudomorphs of Albite after Lawsonite": prismatic white "crystals" of 1.5 cm on a fine-grained green Clinochlore-Albite matrix. Very rare and unique pseudomorphs; KS 28,00; NS 65,00

Albite (xx)

Osteradalen, Ostera, Tvedestrand, Aust-Agder / Norway; orange colored bright luster gap-crystals with intensive irises reflexion (Sunstone). Old historic specimens from a classic sunstone locality discovered in 1842, the locality is now emptied;
KS 12,00; NS 19,00

Albite (xx)
in Quartz crystal

Ibitiara, Bahia / Brazil; this are very interest and unique specimens of two common minerals. There are glass clear Quartz crystals
of 4 cm (KS) to 6 cm (NS) with inclusion of rounded 3 - 4 mm aggregates of Albite crystals. Albite in Quartz is a very uncommon kind of inclusion; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Alcaparrosaite xx

Mina Alcaparrosa, Cerritos Bayos, Calama, Atacama Desert, II Region / Chile / TYP; transparent highly lustrous pale yellowish long-prismatic crystals to 3 mm, with some Ferrinatrite on a Coquimbite matrix. This extremely rare new K-Ti-Fe-Sulfate was discovered by me in 2008. It is the first known Titanium Sulfate in nature, it is hydrophobic and it floats in water! ; MM 125,00

Aldermanite xx

Moculta Phosphate Quarry, Angaston, Mt Lofty Range, South Australia / Australia / TYP; white silky very rich crystal aggregates of tiny crystals on brownish Phosphate matrix; MM 28,00; KS 65,00

Alfredopetrovite xls 

Mina El Dragon, Antonio Quijarro Prov., Porco, Potosi Dept. / Bolivia/ TYP; this new Aluminum selenide, named after Alfredo Petrov, forms colorless to white acicular crystal crusts with pinkish Ahlfeldite and blue Chalcomenite as oxidation rims on massive Penroseite; MM 75,00 

Algodonite (xx)

Mohawk Mine, Mohawk, Keweenaw Co., Michigan / USA; yellow metallic 5 mm large crystal aggregates of Algodonite zonar surrounded by a 1 mm seams of Mohawkite (native Copper with approx. 11 % Arsenic), very rich in Quartz matrix. Old specimens collect around 1920; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Alipite xx

Szklary, Ząbkowice, Lower Silesia / Poland / TYP; pale-greenish mica like crystal aggregates on vugs in Quartzite. Unique specimens of the Type material of the rare Nickel analogue of Saponite, collect all-round 1850; KS 28,00

Allactite xx

Langban Gruvan, Langban, Värmland / Sweden; rose-violet to violet-brownish crystals to 5 mm on vugs in typical Skarn matrix; KS 65,00 - 148,00

Allanite-(Nd) (xx) 

Åskagen Quarry, Torskebäcken, Filipstad, Värmland / Sweden / TYP; black long-prismatic crystals to 4 mm, intergrown in brownish massive waxy-lustered Iimoriite-(Y). This is the original crystalline Allanite-(Nd). The correctness of some large black crystals offered as Allanite-(Nd) during the last month is very suspect; MM 48,00; KS 85,00 

Allanite-(Y) xx

White Cloud Pegmatite, South Platte, Jefferson Co., Colorado / USA; brownish prismatic crystals of 2 mm, with pale red-brownish 1 cm blocky aggregates of an inter growth of Yttrofluorite-Synchysite-(Y) in pale brownish Feldspar matrix. Yttrium dominant Allanite is quite rare; KS 28,00

Alloclasite xx

Bou Azzer Mine, Tazenakht, Ouarzazate Prov. / Morocco; highly lustrous grey metallic long-prismatic crystals of 3 mm, very rich on vugs and veins in Safflorite-Quartz matrix. These are the best Alloclasite specimens I have ever seen;
KS 48,00; NS 95,00

Alloclasite xx

Bou Azzer Mine, Tazenakht, Ouarzazate Prov. / Morocco; highly lustrous grey metallic long-prismatic crystals of 3 mm, very rich on vugs and veins in Safflorite-Quartz matrix. These are the best Alloclasite specimens I have ever seen; see article in Lapis 11/2010; KS 28,00 - 38,00

Alloriite xx

Mt. Cavalluccio, Sacrofano, Campagnano, Roma, Latium / Italy / TYP; colorless prismatic crystals of 1 mm on vugs in alkali-syenitic ejectum; KS 48,00

Almandine X

Mariovo, Prilep / Macedonia; well terminated,  violet-reddish brown single crystals of 1,3 cm (MM) to 2,5 cm (KS); MM 8,00; KS 19,00

Almandine xls

Asadabad, Konar Prov., Nuristan / Afghanistan; very nice crystal cluster of dark red-brownish well terminated twinned Alamadine crystals of 3 cm (NS) to 5 cm (HS). Impressive specimens from a new found; NS 38,00; HS 48,00

Almandine xx

Frabrica, Syros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; well- terminated orange-brown 1 cm crystals with some long-prismatic blue Glaucophane crystals in a Muscovite-Quartz matrix; NS 28,00

Almandine xx

Kyanite Creek, Staro Lagovo, Prilep, Pelagonia Massiv / Macedonia; red brownish luster 2 to 3 mm large crystals, very rich inter grown in 5 cm large black long prismatic Kyanite single crystals "Black Kyanite". This is a very unusual and rare combination, and for sure interest for Garnet collectors; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Almandine xx

Stikine River, Wrangell Island, Wrangell-Petersburg Borough, Alaska / USA; violet-reddish bright luster dodecahedral single crystals of 1,5 cm (MM) to 2,5 cm (KS). Nice crystals with historic old labels collect around 1900; MM 19,00; KS 38,00

Alnaperboeite-(Ce) xls
Perboeite-(Ce)

Stetind Pegmatite, Mt. Stetind, Tysfjord, Nordland / Norway / TYP; greenish brown glassy prismatic crystals of 0,5 mm, in a colorless Yttrofluorite matrix. Alnaperboeit-(Ce) and Perboeite-(Ce) forms a continuous solid-solution series; MM 95,00

Alpeite xls

Monte Alpe Mine, Castiglione Chiavarese, Tre Monti, Genova and La Spezia Prov. / Italien / TYP; Alpeite is a new rare member of the Ardennite group. The forms orange brown bright luster tabular crystals of 0,5 mm, very rich in Quartz matrix.;
MM 95,00; KS 148,00

Alpersite xx

Big Mike Mine, Grass Valley, Pershing Co., Nevada / USA / TYP; pale bluish to white microcrystalline aggregates intergrown with Pentahydrite and some Chalcanthite; MM 75,00; KS 95,00

Althausite xx

Overntjern Quarry, Overntjern, Modum, Buskerud / Norway; lustrous bright blocky violet-brownish 2 cm crystal aggregates, very rich in a pale brownish-grey Magnesite-Clinochlore matrix. Very good specimens of this rare high-pressure Magnesium-Phosphate; KS 38,00; NS 75,00; HS 125,00

Aluminian-Jarosite xx

Pine Ridge, Superior, Sweetwater Co., Wyoming / USA; yellowish- brown microcrystalline aggregates of an unusual Aluminum-rich Jarosite, very rich on fracture zones on pale brownish clay-schist matrix; KS 14,00; NS 19,00

Aluminite

Morl, Halle, Saxony Anhalt, Germany / TYP; massive white aggregates of pure microcrystaline Aluminite. Morl is the Type-locality for Alumnite, first described from there in 1807. The few new available specimens were found accidentally during construction works in summer of 2010; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Aluminite

Newhaven, East Sussex, England / UK; globular white 3 cm aggregates of pure Aluminite; KS 19,00

Aluminoceladonite xx

Agios Ioannis, Mt. Kouvara, Andros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; colorles-white tabular crystals of 1 mm, very rich with red Piemontite crystals as layer-like structures in metamorphic Quartzite; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Aluminocerit-(Ce) xx

Casette Quarry, Montoso, Ortieul, Infernotto Valley, Cuneo, Piedmont / Italien; rosa farbige um 0,5 mm große glasige Kristalle, sehr reich auf flachen Kluftzonen auf Granit Matrix; KS 38,00

Alumino-Magnesiotaramite xx

Mbwewe, Bagamoyo, Pwani Region / Tanzania; glassy dark-grayish green crystals of 3 mm, very rich in glassy grayish Anorthite matrix, in association with some pinkish Cordierite crystals to 5 mm and tiny yellowish Titanites; KS 38,00

Aluminotaramite (xx)

Cape Marmari, Grammata Bay, Syros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; glassy pale-brownish long-prismatic 2 mm crystals, very rich in an ultra-high-pressure metamorphic Glaucophane-Muscovite matrix; KS 65,00; NS 125,00

Alumoakermanite xls

Durham Ranch, Wright, Reno Junction, Campbell Co., Wyoming / USA; orange-brownish bright luster stalactite-like crystals clusters of 3 cm (KS) to 5 cm (NS). Very nice and very unusual specimens discover in a small 40 cm large pocket zone in Paralava; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Alumo-chrompicotite (xx)

Cliff Quarry, Unst, Shetland Islands, Scotland / UK; black massive aggregates of pure Alumo-chrompicotite, newly-examined old specimens; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Alumo-Lizardite (xx)

Agios Stavros, Marlas, Tinos Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; highly lustrous dark-green tabular crystals of 2 cm intergrown to massive aggregates of pure Aluminum-rich Lizardite; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Alumotantite xx

Alto do Giz Pegmatite, Equador, Rio Grande do Norte / Brazil; this rare Aluminum-Tantalum-Oxide forms colourless to pale greenish glassy crystal aggregates of 2 mm in a 1 cm (MM) to 1,5 cm (KS) orange brownish Simpsonite crystal;
MM 48,00; KS 95,00

Alunit xx

Bomboly Hill, Mád, Zempléni Mts., Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén Co. / Ungarn; sehr schöne Kristallaggregate aufgebaut aus braunen gefärbten (durch Hämatit Einlagerung) hochglänzenden um 5 mm großen Kristallen; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Alunogen xx

Becker Shaft, Hänichen, Bannewitz, Dresden, Saxony / Germany; white to pale yellow crystals of 2 mm, very rich on a matrix of massive Alunogen. Very good historic specimens collected around 1890; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Amarantite xx

Mina Quetana, Chuquicamata, Calama, II Region, Atacama Desert / Chile; highly lustrous transparent orange-brown crystals
to 5 mm inter grown to radial aggregates of 1 cm, very rich on blue Chalcanthite matrix.
Very nice colorful and showy specimens; KS 28,00; NS 48,00; HS 95,00

Amarantite xls 

Cuya, Cuesta de Camarones, Arica, I Region, Atacama Desert / Chile; nice crystal clusters of bright orange-red-brownish crystals of 4 cm !. These are the largest Amarantite crystals I have ever seen (or heard of); KS 48,00; NS 95,00 

Amblygonite X

Laranjeiras claim, Galiléia, Minas Gerais / Brazil; highly lustrous pale yellow transparent gemmy single crystals of 2 cm (KS) to 3 cm (NS). Amblygonite in gemmy crystals is very uncommon; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Ambrinoite xx

Cava di Signols, Oulx, Val di Susa, Torino, Piemonte / Italy / TYP; orange-red spots of 0.5 mm in pale Anhydrite matrix;
MM 95,00

Ambrinoite xx 

Cava di Signols, Oulx, Val di Susa, Torino, Piedmont / Italy / TYP; orange-red isolated crystals of 0,5 mm in pale Anhydrite matrix; KS 38,00 

Ameghinite (xx)

Tincalayu Mine, Salar del Hombre Muerto, Sijes, Salta Prov. / Argentinia / TYP; colorless glassy luster massive samples of pure Ameghinite. The rare Sodium-Hydrogen-Borate are only known from old samples from the Type location, collect around 1970;
MM 38,00; KS 75,00

Ammineite xx
IMA 2008-032

Caleta Pabellon de Pica, Punta Colina, Iquique, I Region / Chile / TYP; blue crystal aggregates of 1 mm, very rich on vugs on Hallite matrix. Ammineite is the first mineral with a Ammine (NH3) complex. The new Copper mineral was discover by me in April 2007. There are only a limited amount of good specimens known; KS 95,00 - 125,00

Ammonioalunite xx

Grube Anna, Alsdorf, Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia / Germany; pale yellow micro-crystalline aggregates, very rich with colorless Tschermigite on matrix; MM 38,00; KS 65,00

Ammonioborite xx 

Larderello, Pomarance, Pisa Prov., Tuscany / Italy / TYP; white parallel-growing 2 mm crystal clusters of 1 mm prismatic crystals, together with tabular white 2 mm Sassolite crystals in a small vial. Collected around 1920 in a hot boric acid spring; MM 38,00 

Anatacamite xx
IMA 2009-042

La Vendida Mine, Caracoles, Sierra Gorda, II Region, Atacama Desert / Chile / TYP; dark green high lustrous crystals of 1 mm. Grown as triangular wing-like crystals attached on long prismatic Atacamite crystals; KS 75,00

Anatase xls 

White Mts., Mono Co., California / USA; dark blue diamond luster 1 mm crystals, very rich grown on Quartz crystals. Nice specimens from anew find; KS 12,00

Andalusite xl

Bluebird Mine, Vitrefrax Hill, Obregon, Cargo Muchacho Mts., Imperial Co., California / USA; pale brownish well formed double terminated single crystals of 2 cm (KS) to 4 cm (NS). Nice and unique specimens from a rare location;
KS 19,00; NS 38,00

Andersonite xls 

Yellow Cat, Thompson District, Grand Co., Utah / USA; this rare Na-Ca-Uranyl-Carbonate forms pale green glassy cubic crystals of
1 mm on large fracture zones on Sandstone matrix; KS 28,00 

Andersonite xx

Eureka Mine, Castell-estaó, El Pallars Jussà, Lleida, Catalonia / Spain; glassy pale green crystals to 1 mm, very rich on Sandstone matrix; KS 38,00

Andesine xx

Iwo Island, Vulcano Islands, Ogasawara Archipelago, 1000 km S/E of Tokyo / Japan; crystal aggregates of 1.5 cm with grayish prismatic crystals to 1 cm; MM 19,00

Andorite xls

Pulacayo Mine, Huanchaca, Antonio Quijarro Prov., Potosi Dept. / Bolivia; dark-brown metallic well terminated crystals of 3 mm, together with Pyrite crystals on large cavities in Quartz matrix. Old newly examined samples, collect around 1900;
KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Andorite xx

Chañarcillo, Copiapó, Atacama Desert, III Region / Chile; grey-metallic crystals of 5 mm, very rich on typical black Chanarcillo schist matrix. Andorite has never before been described from Chanarcillo. Old specimens, newly examined, collected around 1880; KS 75,00; NS 185,00

Andradite xls 

Wheeler Ridge, Bishop, Inyo Co., California / USA; orange-brownish bright luster crystals of 1 cm, with dark greenish Chamosite crystals on cavities in massive Garnet matrix. Nice specimens from a new find; KS 14,00; NS 28,00

Andradite xx

Mina La Valenciana, Morro de Yeso, Malargüe, Mendoza / Argentina; transparent green gemmy crystals of 4 mm, very rich on a Hematite-Garnet matrix. Nice specimens from a rare location; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Andradite xx

Ocna de Fier, Vaskö, Banat Mts., Caraş-Severin Co. / Romania; yellowish-brown bright luster crystals up to 1 cm, very rich on Calcite matrix. Pretty and old specimens; NS 28,00

Angarfite xx

Angarf-South Pegmatite, Tazenakht, Ouarzazate Prov., Souss-Massa-Draâ Region / Morocco / TYP; highly lustrous golden-brownish 0,5 mm needle crystals on a dark Phosphate matrix. Only a few small 3 mm size specimens available; Capsule 85,00

Angastonit xx

Penrice Quarry, Angaston, Barossa Valley, North Mt Lofty Range, Süd Australien / Australien / TYP; weiße säulige um 1 mm große Kristalle, sehr reich als dichter Kristallrasen auf großen Kluftzonen in brauner Limonit Matrix; MM 75,00; KS 125,00

Anglesite xx

Monteponi Mine, Iglesias, Carbonia-Iglesias Prov., Sardinia / Italy; transparent pale grey single crystals of 3,5 cm (KS) or as transparent 1 cm crystals on vugs in massive Galena matrix (NS). Old specimens collected around 1920; KS 38,00; NS 28,00

Anhydrite xx

Kohnstedt Quarry, Niedersachswerfen, Nordhausen, Harz, Thuringia / Germany; white prismatic idiomorphic crystals of 1 cm, grown on massive Anhydrite matrix (NS), or as nice crystal clusters (floaters) of 2,5 cm (KS). This are this finest German Anhydrite specimens I have seen any time; KS 19,00; NS 38,00

Anhydrite xx

Niedersachsen Potash Works, Wathlingen, Celle, Lower Saxony / Germany; transparent pale yellow prismatic crystals of 1,5 cm, very rich on massive Anhydrite matrix. Historic specimens collected around 1930; NS 48,00; HS 95,00

Anhydrite xx

Kohnstein Quarry, Niedersachswerfen, Nordhausen, Harz Mts., Thuringia / Germany; well terminated pale violet prismatic single crystals of 1,5 cm (KS) to 2,5 cm (NS), very nice; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Ankangit (xx)

Corinto, Curvelo, Minas Gerais, Brasilien; schwarze nadelige um 5 mm große Kristalle in farblosem Quarz; MM 38,00; KS 65,00

Ankangite xx

Monte Arsiccio Mine, Stazzema, Apuan Alps, Lucca Prov., Tuscany / Italy; highly lustrous idiomorphic black-metallic crystals on Calcite-Barite matrix; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Annabergite xx

Km-3 Mine, Lavrion, Lavrion Mining District, Atika / Greece; lustrous bright apple-green radial tabular crystal aggregates of
3 mm, very rich on vugs on Calcite matrix.
Pretty specimens collected around 1930; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Annite xx

Autum Pegmatite, Randijaur, Jokkmokk, Lappland / Northern Sweden; lustrous well terminated 6-sided black crystals of 4 cm, grown on pale brownish Feldspar matrix. These are the finest Annite crystal specimens I have ever seen. New discovery of July 2013;
NS 38,00; HS 75,00

Anorthit xx

Miyake Island, Izu Archipel, Tokyo Pref., Japan; um 2 cm große Kristallaggregate aufgebaut aus um 1 cm großen scharfkantigen farblosen Kristallen; KS 19,00

Anorthite xls 

Toalde la Foia, Monzoni Mts.,Fassa Valley, Trentino-Alto Adige / Italy; waxy orange crystals of 1 cm on cavity in Albite-Augite- Spinel matrix. Pretty specimens, collected around 1900; KS 38,00; NS 65,00 

Anorthite xls

Torbjornsbu Mine, Arendal Iron Mines, Arendal, Aust-Agder / Norway; "pseudomorphs from Anorthite after Scapolite crystals". Orange-red long prismatic "crystals" of 8 mm, very rich on Quartz matrix. Very rare and nice pseudomorphs. Old time specimens collect around 1880; KS 38,00

Ansermetite xx

Fianell Mine, Ausserferrera, Val Ferrera, Grischun / Switzerland / TYP; flat dark red crystal aggregates of 5 mm, very rich on fracture zones in pale brownish Quartzite matrix. Outstanding specimens from a new find of this rare Manganese vanadate;
KS 48,00; NS 125,00

Anthoinite xx

Kirimbari Hill, Akagera National Park, Nguzi, Kibungo Prov. / Rwanda; white aggregates of minute crystals, with some yellowish-brown Ferritungstite on vugs in eroded Ferberite aggregates; MM 28,00; KS 38,00

Anthophyllite xx

Cape Grammata, Grammata Bay, Syros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; gemmy green long-prismatic 1 cm crystals, intergrown to massive aggregates with some Quartz; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Anthracene xx

Carola Mine, Freital, Dresden, Saxony / Germany / TYP; colourless tabular crystals of 3 mm very rich on native Sulfur. Anthracene is a polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon with the formula C14H10; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Anthraxolite 
"Petroleum" 

Wadh, Khuzdar District, Balochistan / Pakistan; black some millimeter large asphalt-like inclusion in glass-clear bright luster double terminated 3 cm large Quartz crystals. Wonderful specimens from a few find; KS 19,00

Antimon (xx)

Pluton Creek, Bontaba, Mareeba, North-Queensland / Australien; weiß metallische hochglänzende um 3 cm große massive Aggregate in hellbrauner Stibiconit Matrix; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Antimony xl

Kalliosalo Granite Quarry, Nurmo, Seinäjoki, Western and Inner Finland Region / Finland; silver white metallic bright luster single crystals of 1 cm (MM) to 1,5 cm (KS) of native Antimony !! Collect around 1975, very unique specimens; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Antimony xls) 

Kalliosalo, Seinäjoki, Western and Inner Finland Region / Finland; massive silver-white metallic 3-cm aggregates of native Antimony with 5 mm Antimony crystal cleavages; KS 38,00 

Antipinite xx 
IMA 2014-027 

Pabellon de Pica, Chanabaya, Iquique Prov., Tarapaca Region / Chile / TYP; sky-blue glassy micro crystalline aggregates of
0, 5 mm on Sal-ammoniac guano matrix. This extremely rare new Copper-Sodium-Potassium-Oxalate was discovered by me in samples I collected in November 2009; KS 95,00 

Antlerit xx

Mina Chuqui, Chuquicamata, Calama, II-Region, Atacama Desert / Chile; dunkelgrüne um 1 cm mächtige gangartige Kristallpartien, sehr reich in Andesit Matrix. Hervorragende Stufen des nicht so häufigen Kupfersulfats; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Antlerit xx

Heinrich Schacht, Planitz, Zwickau, Sachsen / Deutschland; grüne hochglänzende Kristalle, verwachsen zu um 2 mm großen radialen Kristallaggregaten auf heller Schiefer Matrix. Antlerit aus Deutschland ist relativ selten; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Apatite-(CaCl) xx

Lavra de Chapadinha, Aqueana, Aracuai, Minas Gerais / Brazil; pale greenish-grey botryoidal crystal aggregates, together with some brownish Eosphorite, very richly scattered on Quartz crystals.   The development of Apatite-(CaCl), the former "Chlorapatite," in a granite-pegmatite is very unusual; NS 38,00

Apuanite xx Versiliaite xx

Buca della Vena Mine, Stazzema, Apuan Alps, Lucca Prov., Tuscany / Italy / TYP; black prismatic crystals to 1 mm, with some black tabular Versiliaite to 0,5 mm on vugs in Barite, very good specimen; NS 65,00

Aragonite xx

Los Molinillos - La Vacariza, Minglanilla, Cuenca, Castile-La Mancha / Spain; nice crystal clusters of pale violet to colorless 4 cm crystals with a 6-sided cross-section; NS 28,00; HS 48,00

Arandisite (xx)

Stiepelmann Mine, Arandis, Swakopmund, Erongo Region / Namibia / TYP; yellowish green glassy transparent crystal aggregates of 1,5 cm of pure Arandisite in Quartz Cassiterite matrix. Very good specimens from the rare and unique Tin silicate; KS 38,00; NS 68,00

Ardennite-(As) xx

Mt. Vassiliko, Katakalaii, Andros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; orange-yellowish-brown acicular aggregates of 2 cm of inter grown long prismatic Ardennite-(As) crystals of 1 cm. Together with brownish acicular to mica-like aggregates of Gonyerite and black Cryptomelane in Quartz matrix; KS 38,00; NS 48,00

Ardennite-(V) xls 

Kawaguchi, Kamogawa River, Saijyo, Ehime Pref., Shikoku Island / Japan; this rare Vanadium bearing Mn-Al-Silicate forms orange brownish acicular crystal aggregates of 5 mm, with Piemontite and Braunite in Quartz matrix; KS 38,00 

Argento-Famatinit xx

Vein 14, Level 390, Mina Herminia, Julcani District, Angaraes Prov., Huancavelica / Peru; dunkelbraun metallische sehr reiche Kristallaggregate, neben grau metallischen Bournonit Kristallen auf einer Matrix aus Freibergit, Baryt und Quarz;
MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Argentotetrahedrite xls

Keno Hill, Mayo Mining District, Yukon Territory / Canada / TYP; the new rare Silver mineral forms grey metallic bright luster
1 cm large crystal aggregates, very rich with some Galena in Siderite Quartz matrix.
Very good and rich specimens, collect around 1980; KS 245,00; NS 450,00

Arisit-(Ce) xx
IMA 2009-013

Mont Saint-Hilaire, Montérégie, Montreal, Québec / Canada / TYP; beige-farbige glimmerartige um 1 mm große Kristallrosetten neben orange-braunen um 5 mm großen Kentbrooksit Kristallen, auf Kluftzonen in Syenit Matrix; MM 85,00; KS 125,00

Arisite-(La) xls 

Aris Phonolite Quarry, Aris, Windhoek, Khomas Region / Namibia /TYP; transparent pale yellowish hexagonal tabular single crystal of 1,5 mm, on vugs in Phonolite matrix, some together with Tuperssuatsiaite or Labuntsovite-(Ca); KS 48,00 

Arisite-(La) xx

Aris Quarry, Windhoek, Khomas Region / Namibia / TYP; pale yellowish transparent hexagonal tabular single crystal, together with brownish Tuperssuatsiaite on vugs in Phonolite matrix; KS 85,00

Aristarainite xx

Eagle Borax Spring, Death Valley, Inyo Co., California / USA; colorless highly lustrous transparent tabular crystals up to 2 mm, very rich on vugs in a massive evaporate matrix of Halite, Blödite and Thenardite crystals. These are the finest known specimens of this extremely rare Sodium Magnesium Borate; KS 65,00; NS 95,00

Aristarianite xx

Eagle Borax Spring, Death Valley, Inyo Co., California / USA; highly lustrous white crystals to 0,4 mm, together with tabular
1 mm Sassolite crystals, very rich as a crystal crust on a matrix of beige Blödite crystals. These specimens are the world’s best known specimens of this rare Sodium-Magnesium-Borate; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Armangite xx

Brattfors Gruvan, Nordmark, Vermland / Sweden; black blocky 1 mm crystals with brownish tabular Katoptrite in Calcite-Garnet-matrix; Capsule 65,00; MM 125,00

Armenite xls

Isenwegg, Wasen Alp, Ganter Valley, Simplon Pass, Brig, Wallis / Switzerland; the rare Barium Silicate of the Osumilite group forms colorless to white pseudo-hexagonal long prismatic crystals of 5 mm, very rich on alpine clefts zones in Zoisite-Celsian-Muscovite-Gneiss matrix. Nice specimens from a recent find in July of 2016; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Armenite xx

Isenwegg, Wasenalp, Ganter Valley, Simplon Massif, Brig, Wallis / Switzerland; very nice thumbnail size specimens with white prismatic crystals of 5 mm (KS) to 1 cm (NS) on a matrix of massive Armenite and Quartz; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Arsenbrackebuschite xx

Ojuela Mine, Mapimí, Mun. de Mapimí, Durango / Mexico; 1 cm druses of sharp orange-brownish crystals in a matrix of massive greenish-brown massive Tsumcorite and colorless highly lustrous 5 mm Mimetite crystals. Very attractive specimens; KS 48,00; NS 65,00

Arsenic (xx)

Schneeberg, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; a 2.5 cm black stalactite of native Arsenic !! I have never seen a native Arsenic like this before; KS 38,00

Arsenic xx

St. Andreasberg, Harz Mts., Lower Saxony / Germany; black long prismatic 2 mm crystals, inter grown to 1,5 cm large crystal aggregates, with some reddish Realgar on a matrix of Quartz crystals. Crystals of native Arsenic from St. Andreasberg are very rare; NS 125,00

Arsenic xx

Akadani Mine, Fukui, Chubu Region, Honshu Island / Japan; dark grey crystal balls of 1 cm (MM) to 2 cm (KS) with inter grown
3 mm large rhombohedral Arsenic crystals. The arsenic crystals from Akadami are probably the finest in the world;
MM 14,00; KS 28,00

Arsenic xx 

Block 1205, Nelson vein, Sohle 675, Schacht 366, Alberoda, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; long-prismatic grayish-black idiomorphic crystals to 2 mm, very rich with some red Realgar on vugs in native Arsenic. Idiomorphic crystals of native Arsenic are extremely rare in German ore deposits; MM 28,00; KS 75,00; NS 148,00 

Arsen-Miargyrit (xx)

Mina Palomo, Castrovirreyna Prov., Huancavelica / Peru; schwarze sehr reiche Aggregate aufgebaut aus winzigen Kristallen in Quarz; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Arsenolamprite (xx)

Mina Alacrán, Alacrán, Tierra Amarilla, III Region, Atacama Desert / Chile; silver white metallic long tabular crystals up to 1 cm as vein like aggregates in native Arsenic. Top specimens collect all-round 1980; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Arsenolite xls

Wolfgang Maaßen Mine, Schneeberg, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; colorless bright luster tiny pyramidal crystals, very rich on native Arsenic, Nickeline and Nickelskutterudite; KS 19,00; NS 38,00

Arsenopyrite xls

St. Lampertus Mine, Zechenberg, Hohenstein-Ernstthal, Saxony / Germany; silver white metallic 4 mm crystals very rich as a
4x3 cm large crystal aggregate on Quartz matrix. Very old specimens collect around 1800. The St. Lampertus Mine was one of the few active German Gold mines !!; NS 95,00

Arsiccioite xx Protochabourneite xx

Monte Arsiccio Mine, Sant'Anna di Stazzema, Apuan Alps, Tuscany / Italy / TYP; this new very rare Ag-Hg-Tl-As-Sulphide Arsiccioite forms red metallic 0,3 mm crystal aggregates, together with the new black metallic Tl-Pb-As-Sulphide Protochabourneite, on cavities in Quartz Pyrite matrix; MM 38,00; KS 48,00

Arsiccioite xx Protochabourneite xx 

Monte Arsiccio Mine, Sant'Anna di Stazzema, Apuan Alps, Tuscany / Italy / TYP; this new very rare Ag-Hg-Tl-As-Sulphide Arsiccioite forms red metallic 0,3 mm crystal aggregates, together with the new black metallic Tl-Pb-As-Sulphide Protochabourneite, on cavities in Quartz Pyrite matrix; MM 38,00; KS 48,00

Arthurite xx

Hingston Down Quarry, Gunnislake, Calstock, Callington Corrnwall, England / UK / TYP; pale green crystals of 1 mm, very rich on vugs and fracture zones in Quartz matrix; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Artinite xx

Artinite Pit, Clear Creek Canyon, Diablo Range, San Benito Co., California / USA; white radial accicular velvety cystals balls of 1,5 cm, very rich on large fracture zones on greenish Antigorite matrix. Absolulty superb specimens from a new discover pocket zone in February 2014; KS 28,00; NS 38,00; HS 85,00

Artroeite xx

Mt Vesuvius, Somma-Vesuvius Complex, Naples Prov., Campania / Italy; highly lustrous, colorless to white, needly to acicular crystal aggregates of 2 mm, on vugs in brownish Lava matrix. Outstanding specimens of this rare Lead-Aluminum-Fluoride;
MM 38,00; KS 65,00; NS 95,00

Artsmithite xx

Funderburk Prospect, Pike Co., Arkansas / USA / TYP; silky white needle aggregates with some beige Calomel crystals and Cinnabar on Quartz; MM 148,00

Ashanite (xx)

Röjmyrheden Pegmatite, Varuträsk, Skellefteå, Västerbotten / Sweden; highly lustrous black sub- metallic crystal aggregates to
2 mm in Quartz- Feldspar matrix. Old specimens of this rare Nb-Ta Oxide collected 40 years ago; KS 28,00

Ashburtonite xx

Anticline prospect, Ashburton Downs, West Australia / Australia / TYP; sky-blue crystals up to 0,3 mm very rich on vugs tan schist-matrix; KS 28,00

Ashcroftine-(Y) xls 

Narsaarsuk Pegmatite, Narsaarsuk Plateau, Narsaq, Kujalleq/ Greenland / TYP; pale pinkish needle crystal aggregates of 3 mm on cavities in Nepheline matrix; KS 48,00 

Ashcroftine-(Y) xx

Mont Saint Hilaire, Montreal, Quebec / Canada; highly lustrous pale pinkish needle crystals of 3 mm on Albite Aegirine matrix; MM 38,00

Askagenite-(Nd) (xx)
IMA 2009-073

Åskagen Quarry, Torskebäcken, Filipstad, Värmland / Sweden / TYP; deep black prismatic crystals and aggregates of 3 cm with grayish brown Neodymium dominant Allanite and orange-brown Allophane in Feldspar matrix. Very rich specimens of the new rare Nd-Mn-Silicate of the Allanite group; KS 48,00; NS 95,00

Aspidolite xx Magnesiosadanagaite

Kasuga Mine, Kasuga-mura, Gifu Pref., Honshu Island / Japan / TYP; highly lustrous, pale brownish, mica-like tabular crystals to 1 mm together with dark brownish Magnesiosadanagaite crystals to 0.5 mm in Calcite matrix; MM 95,00

Astrophyllite xls 

St Peters Dome, Cheyenne Mts., El Paso Co., Colorado / USA; bright golden-brown elongated tabular crystals of 3 cm, very rich in Quartz-Feldspar matrix. Nice specimens from a new find; KS 19,00; NS 28,00; HS 65,00 

Atencioite xx

Lavra de Poco D´Antas, Piaui Creek, Itinga, Minas Gerais / Brazil; olive-green spherical crystal aggregate, together with pale brownish long prismatic Childrenite crystals of 2 cm, very rich as a crystal crust fully covering large Quartz crystals and Albite crystal aggregates. These new specimens are the finest known of this rare Beryllium Phosphate of the Roscherite group. To analyse Atencioite is very complicated. Besides exact microchemical analyses it needs a full crystallographic examination. The result of both tests has shown that these olive-green spherical crystals are the finest known of the species; NS 75,00 - 185,00

Athabascaite xls

Hal Lake Selenium Occurrence Nr. II, Uranium City, Beaverlodge Lake, Saskatchewan / Canada; the rare Copper-Selenide forms dark violet metallic idiomorphic crystals up to 2 mm, very rich with some white Albite on Rhyolite matrix. This specimens are the finest Athabascaite crystals ever find; KS 148,00; NS 285,00

Aubertite xx

Mina Santa Elena, La Alcaparrosa, Calingasta, San Juan / Argentina; Turquoise colored glassy crystal aggregates of 5 mm, together with white fibrous aggregates of Pickeringite and orange-brownish Botryogen crystals; MM 28,00; KS 38,00

Augelite xx

Horrsjöberg, Torsby, Värmland / Sweden; glassy pale yellowish massive crystal aggregates with some pale blue Trolleite and Rutile; KS 19,00; NS 38,00

Auricupride xx 

Zolotaya Gora, Soimon Valley, Karabash, Chelyabinsk, Ural Mts. / Russia / TYP; copper-red metallic crystal aggregates of 1 mm, isolated in Rodingite-Serpentinite matrix; KS 38,00; NS 48,00 

Autunit xx

Johanngeorgenstadt, Erzgebirge, Sachsen / Deutschland; grünlich-gelbe tafelige um 5 mm große Kristalle sehr reich auf Kluftzonen in Quarz Matrix. Alte historische Stufen; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Avalite xx

Avala Mine, Mt. Avala, Beograd, Serbia / TYP; pale green tiny crystals, very rich on vugs in grayish Quartzite; KS 28,00

Axinite-(Fe) xls 

Nausherwani Mine, Char Kohan, Kharan, Baluchistan/ Pakistan; nice crystal cluster of intergrown gemmy brown water clear well terminated crystals of 2,5cm (NS) to 4 cm (HS). Pretty specimens from a new find; NS 38,00; HS 65,00 

Azurite xx

Empress of India Mine, Whitehorse, Yukon Territory / Canada; bright lustrous dark blue crystals of 2 mm, together with green Malachite and Chrysocolla on Quartz matrix. Azurite in crystals is really rare throughout Yukon Territory or even any other Arctic regions world wide; KS 19,00; NS 48,00

Babingtonite xx

Nesselhof Quarry, Schnellbach, Schmalkalden, Thuringia / Germany; black high lustrous crystals of 4 mm, with some greenish Pumpellyite-(Fe2+) on Prehnite-Calcite matrix. Old specimens collect in 1984; MM 12,00; KS 28,00

Babkinit (xx)

Falun Mine, Falun, Borlänge, Dalarna / Schweden; weiß metallische um 1 mm große Kristalle neben Chalkopyrit in Quarz Actinolit Matrix. Das höchste seltene Selen reiche Pb-Bi-Sulfid kennt man von Falun bisher nur aus einer einzigen ca. 150 Jahre alten Museumsstufe, nur wenige Proben verfügbar; MM 148,00

Baghdadite (xx)

Fuka Mine, Bicchu-cho, Takahashi, Okayama, Honshu Island / Japan; glassy pale beige (under UV light yellow) crystal aggregates of 5 mm in Calcite matrix. Outstandingly good specimens; MM 38,00; KS 75,00

Baileychlore xx

Tysfjord, Nordland / Norway; dark brownish 3 mm aggregates of intergrown minute tabular crystals together with a white clay mineral in Calcite matrix; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Baileychlore xx

Christiana Mine, Kamariza, Laurion, Attika / Greece; botryoidal pale blue crystal aggregates of intergrown small tabular crystals, very rich on Calcite-Limonite matrix. Extremely good specimens of this rare Zinc-silicate; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Bakerite (xx)

Corkscrew Canyon, Black Mts, Furnace Creek, Death Valley, Inyo Co., California / USA / TYP; white porcelacerous massive aggregates of pure Bakarite from the Type-location, of the rare Ca-B-Silicate, very old specimens; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Banalsite (xx)

Benallt Mine, Rhiw, Llanfaelrhys, Lleyn Peninsula, Gwynedd, Wales / UK / TYP; massive pale brownish 2 cm aggregates of pure Banalsite, with some pinkish Tephroite, brownish Alleghanyite and black Jacobsite; MM 19,00; KS 38,00

Banalsite (xx)

Benallt Mine, Rhiw, Llanfaelrhys, Lleyn Peninsula, Gwynedd, Wales / UK / TYP; massive pale brownish aggregates of Banalsite (fluorescent intensive dark red), with some pinkish Tephroite, brownish Allehganyite and black Jacobsite. Very rich specimens of this rare Barium-Feldspar; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Bannermanite xls 

Agios Konstantinos, Lavrion District slag localities, Attika Pref. / Greece; this extremely rare Sodium-Vanadate forms euhedral lath-like crystals to 4 mm, intergrown to radial acicular nearly massive crystals of 2 cm of pure Bannermanite. Outstanding specimens of this rare species; KS 95,00 

Bannisterite X

Broken Hill Mine, Broken Hill, Yancowinna Co., New South Wales / Australia; dark brownish highly lustrous tabular single crystals of 2 cm !!!. Outstanding specimens of this uncommon silicate; KS 38,00

Baotite xx (xx)

Bayan Obo Mine, Baotou, Inner Mongolia Prov. / China / TYP; glassy dark brownish blocky aggregates of 1 cm in Quartz matrix; KS 38,00; NS 85,00

Barahonaite-(Al) xx

Gold Hill Mine, Gold Hill, Deep Creek Mts., Tooele Co., Utah / USA; pale blue, highly lustrous botryoidal crystal-aggregates to 0,5 mm, very rich on glassy Allophane on vugs in pale brownish Rhyolite. The specimens from Gold Hill are much better than the specimens from the Type location in Portugal; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Baratovite xls 

Darai-Pioz Glacier, Alai Range, Tien Shan Mts / Tajikistan / TYP; pale-pinkish tabular mica-like crystal aggregates of 1 cm, very rich in Albite Aegirine matrix. Very good specimens of this rare Lithium-Calcium-Titanium-Silicate (bright blue in UV light);
KS 28,00; NS 48,00 

Bariopharmakosiderite xx 

Leimgrübner vein, Ehrenfriedersdorf, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; pale brownish glassy cubic crystals and crystal aggregates of 1 mm, very rich on vugs in Quartz matrix; KS 19,00; NS 28,00 

Barite X

Manaus, Rio Negro, Amazon rain forest, Amazonas / Brazil; highly lustrous colorless transparent gemmy crystals of 3 cm (KS) to 4 cm (NS) from the middle of the Amazon rain forest, a really weird location; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Barite xls

Flußschacht Mine, Level 9 East, Rottleberode, Stolberg, Harz, Saxony Anhalt / Germany; colorless to white bright luster long prismatic double terminated crystals of 5 cm x 2 cm, grown on hale brownish Siderite crystals to 1,5 cm, on massive Siderite matrix. Old time specimens collect around 1920; HS 225,00

Barite xx

Mina Bajo Trapalco, Regina, Central Rio Negro Prov. / Argentinia; Stalactites made of Barite crystals !!. White to very pale blue crystals intergrown to zonar growing stalactites of (4 x 1,5 cm KS) to (6 x 2 cm NS). Stalactites of Barite was before compliably unknown; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Barite xx

Zletovo Mine, Probistip, Mangovica Mts., Stip / Macedonia; very nice crystal clusters of highly lustrous pale brownish
semi-transparent tabular crystals of 3 cm, together with some small grey-metallic Galena crystals.
Pretty specimens from a rare location; NS 38,00; HS 125,00

Barnesite xx

Agios Konstantinos, Lavrion District slag localities, Attika Pref. / Greece; dark reddish brown needle crystals, inter grown to several square centimeter large crystal aggregates, very rich on Trevorite-Nosean matrix. Very good and rich specimens from a new find;
KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Barrerite xx

Cantung Mine, Tungsten, Flat River, Nahanni Range, NWT / Canada; colourless to white high lustrous crystals of 2 mm very rich as a kind of perimorphus crystal crust on tabular Calcite crystals to 1 cm and schist rock matrix; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Barroisite xls

Orofino, Clearwater Co., Idaho / USA; dark green long prismatic to acicular crystals of 3 mm, very rich (appro. 50 Vol%) in Quartz-Kyanite matrix; KS 19,00; NS 38,00; HS 65,00

Barylite (xx)

Langban, Filipstad, Värmland / Sweden / TYP; glassy white crystals of 5 mm in pale pinkish Tilasite matrix; KS 75,00

Barysilite xx

Norbotten Working, Langban, Värmland / Sweden / TYP; white tabular crystals of 4 mm, very rich on fracture zones in Garnet-Manganopyllite matrix. Outstanding old specimens of this rare Pb-Silicate; KS 75,00

Bassanite (xx)

Al-Ghubra Gypsum Mine, Al Ghubra, Muscat, Muscat Prov. / Oman; pale beige microcrystalline aggregates on fractures in large colorless gypsum crystals. Grown through intensive sunlight on the surfaces; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Bassetit xx

Weißer Hirsch, Schneeberg, Erzgebirge, Sachsen / Deutschland; hellbraune tafelige um 1 mm große Kristalle, als lamellare Verwachsung mit grünlich-gelben Saleeit Kristallen (TYP-Lokalität) sehr reich auf Kluftzonen; MM 38,00; KS 65,00

Bastnäsite-(Ce) (xx)

Bastnäs Mine, Riddarhyttan, Skinnskatteberg, Västmanland / Schweden / TYP; glassy yellowish- brown aggregates of 5 mm in massive violet-brown Cerite-(Ce) and black Ferriallanite-(Ce); KS 28,00

Bastnäsite-(Ce) xl 

Zagi Mountain, Hameed Abad Kafoor Dheri, Pechawar, North-West Frontier Prov. / Pakistan; brown bright luster transparent gemmy hexagonal single crystals of 1,2 cm (MM) up to 2,5 cm (KS). Pretty crystals from a new find; MM 14,00; KS 38,00

Baumhauerite xx

Lengenbach Quarry, Imfeld, Binn Valley, Wallis / Switzerland / TYP; highly lustrous striated dark grey-metallic prismatic crystals of 5 mm (KS) to 8 mm (NS) with some Realgar in vugs in Dolomite matrix. Very good old specimens from 1972; KS 125,00; NS 225,00

Baumhauerite xx

Lengenbach Quarry, Imfeld, Binn Valley, Wallis / Switzerland / TYP; dark grey metallic striated prismatic crystal of 5 mm on Dolomite matrix; NS 48,00

Bauranoit (xx)

Oktyabr'skoe, Krasnokamensk, Transbaikalia, Eastern-Siberian / Rußland / TYP; orange-braune glasige Aggregate in rotbrauner Felsit Matrix; kleine MMs 48,00

Bavenite xls 

Malyshevskaya, Izumrudnye Kopi, Malyshevo, Ural Mts. / Russia; silky white radial tabular crystal aggregates of 1 cm very rich on Albite matrix; KS 28,00 

Bavsiite xls 
IMA 2014-019 

Gun Claim, 4 km s/e of Wilson Lake, 16 km s/e of Mt. Itsi, 155 km n/e of Ross River, Yukon Territory / Canada / TYP; tabular glassy blue crystals of 0,5 mm, together with green Suzukiite on Celsian-Witherite matrix. This new very rare Barium-Vanadium-Silicate was discovered by me during an expedition to the Gun Claim Barium-silicate occurrence in August 2012;
KS 95,00; NS 148,00 

Bayleyite xls 

Yellow Cat, Thompson District, Grand Co., Utah / USA; this rare Mg-Uranyl-Carbonate occurs as bright yellow needle crystals up to 0,5 mm on fracture zones on Sandstone matrix; KS 38,00 

Bazirite xx

Big Creek, Pine Flat Lake, Trimmer, Fresno Co., California / USA; this quite rare Barium-Zirconium-Silicate forms colorless, but under UV light bright pale blue fluorescent crystals of 0,5 mm in white Sanbornite Quartz matrix, where the inter grown Bazirite crystals are seen by their bright blue fluorescence; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Belakovskiite xls 

Blue Lizard Mine, Chocolate Drop, Red Canyon, San Juan Co., Utah / USA / TYP; this new very rare Sodium-Uranyl-sulfate with a SO3 group occurs as pale yellow needle crystals of 1 mm on a Blödite-Metavoltine matrix; MM 48,00 

Bellbergite xx

Caspar Quarry, Bellerberg, Ettringen, Eifel Mts., Rhineland-Palatinate / Germany / TYP; colorless to white spindle crystals on vugs in Mellite Feldspar-Augite matrix; MM 38,00

Belloit xx

Mina La Vandida, Caracoles, Sierra Gorda, II Region, Atacama Desert / Chile / TYP; olivgrüne hochglänzende glasige um 1 mm große Kristalle sehr reich als dichte Kristallpartien auf großen Spaltzonen in brauner Matrix. Begleitet von dunkelgrünem Paratacamit. Hervorragende Exemplare aus einem Neufund; KS 48,00; NS 95,00

Benavidesite xls 

Osikovo Mine, Sasa, Osogovski Mts., Kocani / Macedonia; grey metallic needle crystals of 1 mm, intergrown with some Boulangerite on a Sphalerite-Calcite Quartz matrix. Quite good specimens of this rare Manganese analogue of Jamesonite; KS 75,00 

Bentorite xls 

Hatrurim Formation, west of Death Sea, Negev Desert / Israel /TYP; this rare Calcium-Chromium-Sulfate forms violet crystal aggregates of 1,5 cm, on white Larnite matrix.Pretty specimens; KS 28,00; NS 75,00 

Bentorite xx 

Hatrurim Formation, west of Death Sea, Negev Desert / Israel / TYP; pinkish crystals to 1 mm intergrown to massive aggregates, very rich in white Larnite matrix; KS 38,00; NS 75,00 

Benyacarite xx

Mina El Criollo, Cerro Blanco, Tanti, Punilla Dept., Córdoba / Argentina / TYP; pale yellowish crystal aggregates of 5 mm, very rich with some pale pinkish Strengite, green Hentschelite and black Lipscombite in white Apatite matrix; KS 48,00; NS 95,00

Beraunite xls

Leveäniemi Mine, Svappavaara, Kiruna, Lappland / Sweden; dark green radial acicular ball-like crystal aggregates of 3 mm on vugs in Magnetite-Hematite matrix, old specimens collect around 1980; KS 19,00; NS 38,00

Beraunite xx 

Maffei Mine, Nitzelbuch, Auerbach, Upper Palatinate, Bavaria / Germany; highly lustrous red-brown long-tabular crystals of 1 cm !!, parallel inter growing in brownish iron ore matrix. Old specimens from a rare location; KS 38,00 

Berezovskite xx

Bacuri Complex, Vila Nova, Mazagão, Amapá, Amazon rain forest / Brazil; black bi-pyramidal crystals to 1 mm, very rich in pale green Serpentinite; KS 19,00

Bernardite xx

Crven Dol Mine, Allchar, Majdan, Kavadarci, Roszdan / Macedonia / TYP; highly lustrous black-metallic microcrystalline aggregates as intergrowths with dark red Lorandite in yellow Orpiment matrix; KS 125,00

Berthierine (xx)

South Bay, Scarborough, North Yorkshire, England / UK; greenish-grey massive aggregates of pure Berthierine with waxy luster, together with 2 mm intergrown crystal aggregates of reddish-brown Siderite; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Berthierite xx

Neue Hoffnung Gottes Mine, Bräunsdorf, Freiberg, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; blue grey metallic needle crystals up to 2 cm, very rich as acicular aggregates in Quartz matrix; KS 19,00; NS 48,00

Bertossaite (xx)

Buranga Pegmatite, Gatumba, Giseny Prov. / Rwanda / TYP; this very rare Li-Ca-Al-Phosphate forms colorless to very pale pinkish uneven to subconchoidal inter grown grains of 2 mm, very rich together with pale bluish Burangaite, blue Scorzalite and dark greenish Gormanite, in Augelite-Trolleite matrix; MM ; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Beryl xl

Sherlovaya Gora, Adun-Cholon Range, Nerchinsk, Transbaikalia, Eastern-Siberian Region / Russia; clear gemmy pale blue crystals of 2,5 cm. Collected around 1900; KS 28,00

Beryl xl "Emerald" 

Khenj Mine, Bazarak, Panjsher Valley, Panjsher Prov. / Afghanistan; green prismatic single crystals of 1,2 cm (MM) to
2 cm (KS).
Nice crystals from a rare location; MM 6,00; KS 12,00

Beryl xls 

Ponte de Lajedão, Catuji, Mucuri Valley, Minas Gerais/ Brazil; colorless long prismatic well terminated crystals of 3 cm with some brownish Muscovite on white Albite matrix. Nice specimens from a rare location; KS 19,00; NS 38,00 

Beryllite xx

Kuannersuit Plateau, Ilimaussaq Complex, Narsaq, Kitaa Prov. / Greenland; fibrous white crystal aggregates, very rich together with some brownish Neptunite on Albite matrix; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Beryllonite xx

Lavra de Joao Firmino, Linopolis, Divino das Laranjeiras, Minas Gerais / Brazil; colorless transparent gemmy prismatic twinned single crystals of 1 cm (MM) to 2 cm (KS); MM 19,00; KS 48,00

Beryllonite xx

Ponte do Piauí Claim, Córrego do Piauí, Itinga, Minas Gerais / Brazil; colorless to white long-prismatic hexagonal crystals to
5 mm. This material was examined by XRD, EDS, Raman and IRS, and it is a Beryllonite in hexagonal crystals and it is also not a pseudomorph. Very strange and rare: only a few specimens are known; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Berzelianite xx

Bukov Mine, Rozna, Vysocina, Moravia / Czech Republic; black metallic bright luster crystal aggregates up to 1 cm, very rich in Calcite matrix. Quite rich specimen for the uncommon Copper-Selenide; KS 38,00

Berzeliite (xx)

Langban, Filipstad, Värmland / Sweden / TYP; glassy yellow crystal aggregates of 2 cm in Calcite-Hausmannite matrix;
KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Betpakdalite-CaMg xx

Sadisdorf, Schmiedeberg, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; yellow micro crystalline aggregates very rich on fracture zones on Quartz matrix. Modern chemical analyses shows the Betpakdalite from Sadisdorf are identical with the new mineral Betpakdalit-CaMg from Tsumeb; KS 65,00; NS 125,00

Beyerite xls 

Mesopotamia 504, Mesopotamia Copper Valley, Khorixas, Kunene Region / Namibia; this rare Ca-Bi-Carbonate occurs as aggregates of glassy pale yellow micro crystals, together with green Brochantite on cracks on Quartz; KS 19,00; NS 28,00 

Beyerite xls 

Stamm Asser Mine, Graul, Schwarzenberg, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; white to pale beige microcrystalline fibrous crystal aggregates of 5 mm, very rich on cavities in brownish Quartz matrix. Very old samples collected around 1900; KS 28,00 

Bigcreekite xx

Mina la Madrelena, Tres Pozos, El Condor, Baja California Norte / Mexico; this extremely rare Barium silicate occurs as a 1 mm thick vein of bright lustrous colorless to white crystals in a Sanbornite-Gillespite-Quartz matrix. Very good specimens;
KS 48,00; NS 95,00

Bismuthinite xls 

Princess Mine, Moina District, Tasmania / Australia; grey-metallic acicular crystal aggregates of 2 cm together with some native Bismuth on Quartz matrix. Old specimens from a rare location; KS 38,00; NS 65,00 

Bismuthinite xx

Alin Do deposit, Aldinac, Knjazevac / Serbia; grey metallic crystal aggregates of 3 cm in massive yellow metallic Pyrite matrix, very unusual and rare location; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Bismuthinite xx

Wolframite Mine, Pechtelsgrün, Lengenfeld, Vogtland, Saxony / Germany; grey metallic crystals of 3 cm x 1 cm in Pyrite-Quartz matrix. Two old specimens, collected in the 1970s; NS 38,00; HS 65,00

Bismutite xx

Lavra de Itamotinga, Juazeiro, Bahia / Brazil; greenish glassy aggregates of almost amorphous Bismutite, on pale green acicular aggregates of Bismutite Pseudomorph after Bismuthinite, exceptional material; MM 14,00; KS 28,00

Bismutite xx
Waylandite xx

Alto de Furnas Pegmatite, Equador, Rio Grande do Norte / Brazil; massive waxy pale yellow aggregates of 2 cm, together with
1 cm crystal aggregates of grey Waylandite crystals and some Quartz.
Pretty specimens; MM 19,00; KS 28,00

Bismutoferrit (xx)

Weißer Hirsch, Schneeberg, Erzgebirge, Sachsen / Deutschland / TYP; "Pseudomorphosen nach Feder-Wismut", federartige um
1 cm große Aggregate aus hell-olive-grünen fein-kristallinen Bismutoferrit neben hell-gelbem Bismutit.; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Bismutoferrite (xx)

Weißer Hirsch Mine, Neustädtel, Schneeberg, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany / TYP; pale-olive-green micro crystalline Bismutoferrite aggregates, very rich in Quartz matrix; KS 28,00

Blatonite xx

Yomac Mine, White Canyon, San Juan Co, Utah / USA / TYP; yellow needle crystals as thin aggregates to 4 mm on Gypsum; MM 38,00

Blödite xx

Cholame Valley, San Andreas Rift Zone, San Luis Obispo. Co., California / USA; well terminated colourless to pale beige crystals of 1 cm, very rich on a matrix of massive Blödite. Rich specimens newly discovered in February 2014;
KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Bluelizardite xls 

Blue Lizard Mine, Chocolate Drop, Red Canyon, San Juan Co., Utah / USA / TYP; this new Sodium-Uranyl-sulfate occurs as pale yellow needle crystal aggregates on a Sandstone matrix; MM 48,00 

Bobdownsite xx

Enderbury Island, Phoenix Archipelago, State of Kiribati / South Pacific; highly lustrous massive aggregates of intergrown crystals, notably as replacement of fossil shales. Enderbury Island is a very remote location: it is a uninhabited island approximately 1200 km north of Samoa; MM 48,00; KS 95,00

Bobdownsite xx

Big Fish River, Richardson Mts., 150 km west of Inuvik, Yukon Territory / Canada / TYP; white transparent hexagonal tabular gemmy crystals of 1 cm, with some greenish Kulanite crystals and pale brownish Collinsite crystals and Quartz. Very rich and nice specimens; KS 38,00; NS 85,00

Bobkingit (xx)

St Agnes, Cornwall, England / UK; hell-grünlich-blaue fein-kristalline schuppige Aggregate als Gemenge von Atacamit und etwas Bobkingit. Bobkingit von St. Agnes ist höchst selten und konnte bisher nur in einer ca. 100 Jahren alten Museumsprobe nachgewiesen werden; Capsel 75,00

Bohdanowiczite (xx)

Liauzun, Olloix, Saint-Amant-Tallende, Puy-de-Dôme, Auvergne / France; dark-pinkish-grey metallic aggregates of 1 mm very rich with some blackish Uraninite in Calcite matrix, very good samples of the rare Ag-Bi-Selenid´s; MM 48,00

Bohdanowiczite xls

Shaft 371, Schlema-Hartenstein, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; the rare Ag-Bi-Selenide occurs a inter growing's with Clausthalite, very rich on Calcite matrix. Old, newly examined specimens; KS 48,00

Bokite xx

Monument No. 2 Mine, Monument Valley, Apache Co., Arizona / USA; black-metallic crystal aggregates of 1 mm, together with reddish Navajoite, very rich in a Sandstone matrix; MM 28,00; KS 38,00

Bonattite xx

La Compañia Mine, Caracoles, Sierra Gorda, II Region, Atacama Desert / Chile; pale blue micro-crystalline aggregates, very rich with pale brownish tabular Metavoltine crystals of 3 mm on an Andesine matrix; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Borax xx

U.S. Borax Mine, Boron, Kern Co., California / USA; colorless to white semi-transparent well-terminated single crystals of 2 cm (KS) to 3 cm (NS); KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Borcarite xx

Huanggang Mine, Keshiketeng Co., Chifeng Pref., Inner Mongolia Region / China; highly lustrous greenish-blue doubly terminated single crystals of 1 cm (MM) and 2 cm (KS), with some colorless Cahnite crystals of 1 mm !! (only two specimens available); MM 148,00; KS 380,00

Boromuscovite xx 

Little Three Mine, Ramona, San Diego, California / USA / TYP; white aggregates of intergrowing tabular microcrystals, very rich on nearly colorless Elbaite (Achroite) crystals of 2 cm; KS 28,00 

Boscardinite xls 

Monte Arsiccio Mine, Stazzema, Apuan Alps, Tuscany / Italien / TYP; black metallic 1 mm crystal aggrgat on Quartz Pyrite matrix; MM 75,00

Botryogen xx

Mina Santa Elena, La Alcaparrosa, Calingasta, San Juan / Argentina; bright, long prismatic orange-red to orange-brownish crystals to 1,5 cm, very rich on massive Botryogen-Copiapite matrix. Very pretty specimens. This are the finest Bortyogen specimens I have seen for a long time; KS 38,00; NS 75,00; HS 165,00

Botryogen xx

Mina Santa Elena, La Alcaparrosa, Calingasta, San Juan / Argentina; very nice crystal cluster of orange-red-brownish brightly lustrous long prismatic Botryogen crystals of 1,5 cm. Pretty specimens some with Copiapite and Parabutlerite;
KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Bournonite xx

Mina Mundo Nuevo, Huamachuco, Sanchez Carrion Prov., La Libertad Dept. / Peru; "Pseudomorph after Tetrahedrite":
grey-metallic 4 mm crystals of Bournonite intergrown to tetrahedric "crystal aggregates" of 2 cm, with core zones of Tetrahedrite on a Pyrite-Quartz matrix; NS 48,00; HS 75,00

Bournonite xx

Cavnic Mine, Cavnic, Maramureș Co. / Rumänien; grey metallic well terminated short prismatic crystals, very rich on Sphalerite Pyrite matrix, nice old specimen with historic old label; NS 38,00; HS 65,00

Boyleite (xx)

Rammelsberg Mine, Goslar, Harz Mts., Lower Saxony / Germany; massive silky white crystal aggregates of a mixture of Boyleite (approx. 70 %) Gunningite (approx. 20%) and Bianchite (approx. 10 %); MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Braccoite xls 

La Valletta Mine, Valletta, Canosio, Maira Valley, Piedmont / Italy / TYP; this new rare Na-Mn-As-silicate occurs as glassy orange aggregates up to 2 mm in Quartz-Braunite matrix; MM 38,00 

Bracewellite (xx)

Merume River, Kamakusa, Mazaruni District / Guyana / TYP; Bracewellite (xx) inter grown with Guyanaite and Eskolaite as rounded massive black microcrystalline aggregates from an alluvial deposit. Capsules = 4 mm, MM = 8 mm;
Capsule 38,00; MM 75,00

Bradaczekite xls 

Arsenatnaya Fumarole, Tolbachik Volcano, Kamchatka, Far-Eastern Region / Russia; this very rare Sodium-Copper-arsenate forms glassy blue crystals of 0,5 mm, very rich with colorless Aphthitalite and black metallic Tenorite on Scoria matrix;
MM 38,00; KS 75,00 

Brandholzite xx

Kríznica Mine, Kríznica, Pernek, Malé Karpaty Mts. / Slovakia; colorless prismatic crystals up to 2 mm on Quartz-Stibnite matrix. Very good specimens of this very rare Mg-Sb minerals; MM 48,00

Brandholzite xx

Kríznica Mine, Kríznica, Pernek, Malé Karpaty Mts. / Slovakia; colorless prismatic crystals to 3 mm on a Quartz-Stibnite matrix. Outstanding specimens from a new find of the best-known samples of this very rare Mg-Sb mineral; KS 38,00; NS 125,00; HS 650,00

Brandtite xx

Sterling Mine, Sterling Hill, Ogdensburg, Sussex Co., New Jersey / USA; colorless needle crystals to 3 mm, very rich on a fracture zone on Franklinite-Calcite matrix; MM 28,00; KS 75,00

Brannerite xx

La Gardette Mine, Bourg d' Oisans, Isère, Rhône-Alpes / Frankreich; black Brannerite crystals and aggregates of 2 mm together with native Gold in Quartz matrix. Very unique old specimens; small MMs 28,00; large MMs 48,00

Brannerite xx

Kratka Valley, Gemerska Poloma, Roznava Co., Kosice Region / Slovakia; black long prismatic crystals of 5 mm in Quartz matrix; NS 48,00

Braunite xx

Oehrenstock, Ilmenau, Thuringia / Germany; "Pseudomorph of Braunit crystals after Pyrolusite". Black bi-pyramidal crystals of 1 mm intergrown to acicular aggregates of replaced Pyrolusite crystal of 2 cm in white Barite matrix; KS 38,00

Braunite-II (xx)

Gosalpur, Jabalpur Prov., Madhya Pradesh State / India; lustrous black semi-metallic massive crystal aggregates of pure Braunite-II; KS 19,00; NS 38,00

Brazilianite xx

Jenipapo, Jequitinhonha Valley, Itinga, Minas Gerais / Brazil; gemmy transparent well terminated pale greenish single crystals of 2 cm (KS) to 2,5 cm (NS). Pretty specimens; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Brearleyite (xx)
IMA 2010-062

Hatrurim, Negev Desert, Death Sea / Israel; this very rare Chlorine- bearing Calcium Aluminum Oxide is, together with Spurrite and Calcite, the main component on a very unusual type of black rock. The exact proof of this rare mineral was make by XRD and micro- chemical analyses; KS 85,00; NS 125,00

Brewsterite-Sr xx

Whitesmith Mine, Strontian, North West Highlands, Scotland / UK / TYP; lustrous colorless prismatic crystals of 4 mm, very rich on Calcite matrix. Very good specimens; NS 28,00

Brewsterite-Sr xx 

Yellow Lake, Olalla, Osoyoos Mining Division, British Columbia / Canada; colorless prismatic crystals to 5 mm, very rich on vugs in Tachyte matrix. From a new find in summer of 2011; MM 19,00; KS 28,00 

Briartite (xx)

Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otavi Mts., Otjikoto Region / Namibia; inclusions of 200 µm with some Ge-Mawsonite very rich with grey metallic Tennantite in Quartz; MM 48,00

Bridgmanite (xls) 

Tenham meteorite, Tenham Station, South Gregory, Charters Towers Region, Queensland / Australia / TYP; Bridgmanite is probably the most common mineral of the lower Earth mantle zone at 670 km depth. But in available form the mineral is  known  only  as tiny inclusions from shock-induced melt veins of the Tenham meteorite. It is very difficult because of the  technology  needed  to demonstrate the presence of these high-pressure minerals, but they are always a part of the shock-induced melt veins; MM 125,00 

Brindleyite

Marmara bauxite deposit, Megara, Attiki Pref. / Greece / TYP; the extremely rare and only from the type-location Marmara correctly identified Nickel-silicate occurs here as greenish brown massive aggregates, inter grown with some Goethite; MM 95,00

Britvinite xx

Langban, Värmland / Schweden / TYP; colorless highly lustrous tabular crystals of 2 mm in Hausmannite- Calcite matrix; MM 38,00

Bromargyrite xls

Broken Hill, Yancowinna Co., New South Wales / Australia; greenish-yellow to brownish 3 mm large crystal aggregate, very rich on white Kaolinite matrix. Old newly examined specimens; MM 19,00; KS 28,00

Brookite xl

Cementery Deposit, Magnet Crove, Hot Spring Co., Arkansas / USA; black bright luster oktaederic single crystals of 2 cm (KS) to 2,5 cm (NS). Very good crystals, collect around 1900; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Brookite xx

Curvelo, Minas Gerais / Brazil; pale brownish long tabular Brookite crystal of 1 cm, intergrown with a pseudomorph of "needle like Rutile crystals after long- tabular Brookite crystals", as a very nice aggregate included in a glass-clear Quartz crystal of 4 cm x 2 cm; NS 28,00

Brownmillerite xx

Caspar Quarry, Bellerberg, Ettringen, Eifel Mts, Rhineland-Palatinate / Germany / TYP; dark reddish-brown aggregates of tiny crystals very rich on white matrix; KS 28,00

Brugnatellite xls

Mt. Ramazzo, Ponetedecimo, Genova, Liguria / Italy; the rare Mg-Fe-Hydrate occurs a pale brownish mica-like tabular crystal aggregates, very rich together with white Hydromagnesite on greenish Serpentinite matrix; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Brushite xx

Punta de Lobos, 90 km south of Iquique, I Region / Chile; pale yellow micro crystalline massive crystal aggregates of 2,5 cm (KS) to 4 cm (NS) of pure Brushite. These are the best and richest specimen of this uncommon Calcium Phosphate I have ever seen; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Bunnoite xls

Kamoyama Mine, Ino, Kochi Pref., Shikoku Island / Japan / TYP; the new very rare Manganese-Aluminum-Silicate occurs as yellowish-brown glassy crystal aggregates of 3 mm in Hematite-Quartz-Caryopilite matrix; KS 75,00

Bunnoite xls
IMA 2014-054  

Kamoyama Mine, Ino, Kochi Pref., Shikoku Island / Japan / TYP; this new very rare Manganese-Aluminium-silicate occurs as yellowish-brown glassy crystal aggregates in Hematite-Quartz-Caryopilite matrix; KS 125,00 

Burkeite xls 

Searles Lake, San Bernardino Co., California/ USA / TYP; glassy pale brownish crystal aggregates of 3 cm of pure Burkeite. Very rich specimens of this rare Sodium-carbonate-sulfate; KS 28,00; NS 48,00 

Bustamite xx

Zinc Corporation Mine, Broken Hill, Yancowinna Co., New South Wales / Australia; lustrous bright rose-colored crystals of
1,5 cm, with some Galena, on massive Bustamite matrix; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Butlerite xx

Mina Alcaparrosa, Cerritos Bayos, Atacama Desert, II Region / Chile; "Pseudomorph from Butlerite after Fibroferrite". Clusters of high lustrous orange crystals intergrown to acicular aggregates of 7 mm in high lustrous yellowish brown Copiapite matrix; KS 28,00

Butlerite xx

Mina Alcaparrosa, Cerritos Bayos, Atacama Desert, II Region / Chile; "Pseudomorph from Butlerite after Fibroferrite". Very nice orange clusters of intergrown radial-acicular crystal aggregates of 2 cm. Very pretty specimens; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Butlerite xx

Mina Santa Elena, La Alcaparrosa, Calingasta, San Juan / Argentina; orange-beige microcrystaline massive Butlerite aggregates with intergrown 3 cm radial crystal aggregates of red-brownish long- prismatic Butlerite crystals to 1,5 cm. Very unique and colorful specimens; NS 48,00;

Cacoxenite xls

Leveäniemi Mine, Svappavaara, Kiruna, Lappland / Sweden; golden-yellow radial-acicular crystals aggregates very rich a 2 cm lagre vugs in Magnetite-Hematite matrix, old specimen collect around 1980; KS 19,00

Cacoxenite xx

Mangangrube, Ober-Rosbach, Friedbergm Taunus, Hesse / Germany; golden yellow needle crystals of 2 mm, very rich on vugs in brownish Goethite matrix. Very good specimens collected around 1920; NS 48,00

Cafarsite xx

Wanni glacier, Monte Cervandone, Binn Valley, Wallis / Switzerland / TYP; well terminated dark brownish crystals of 5 mm, very rich on Gneiss matrix.; HS 75,00

Cahnite xls

Vallerano Quarry, Valleranello, Rome Prov., Latium / Italy; pale yellowish brown bright diamond luster tetragonal crystals of
0,3 mm beside of some colorless Phillipsite-K and Chabasite-K crystals; MM 38,00; KS 65,00

Calcioancylite-(Nd) xls 

Seula Mine, Mount Camoscio, Baveno, Piedmont / Italy / TYP; pale pinkish radial acicular isolated crystal aggregate of 1 mm on white Albite matrix; KS 38,00 

Calcioancylite-(Nd) xx

Seula Mine, Mount Camoscio, Baveno, Piedmont / Italy / TYP; isolated pale pinkish crystals of 1 mm on white Albite matrix; KS 48,00

Calcioancylite-(Nd) xx

Seula Mine, Mount Camoscio, Baveno, Piedmont / Italy / TYP; isolated pale pinkish crystals of 1 mm on white Albite matrix; KS 48,00

Calcio-Arsentsumebite xx

Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otavi. Mts., Otjikoto Region / Namibia / TYP; pale olive-green highly lustrous crystal aggregates on vugs in blue Azurite matrix; MM 28,00

Calciobetalit xx

Elliot Lake, Algoma District, Ontario / Canada; braune glasige um 8 mm große Kristallaggregate in Calcit Matrix. Es dürften die besten bisher bekannten Calciobetalite sein.; MM 38,00; KS 75,00

Calcio-Chrysotile xx

Kyra Xeni, Marlas, Tinos Island, Aegean Sea / Greece / TYP; massive fibrous white aggregates with needle- like crystals to 2 cm. Calcium-bearing Chrysotile has  been unknown in the literature till now; KS 28,00

Calciodelrioite xls 

West Sunday Mine, Slick Rock District, San Miguel Co., Colorado / USA / TYP; white radial acicular botryoidal thin crystal aggregates very rich on fractures on sandstone matrix; KS 75,00

Calcio-Duftite xx

Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otavi Mts., Otjikoto Region / Namibia; very nice botryoidal aggregates of intergrown glassy green crystals. Calcio-Duftite has not previously been described from Tsumeb; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Calcioferrite xls

Montcada Hill Quarry, Montcada i Reixac, Vallès Occidental, Catalonia / Spain; apple-green radial-acicular crystal aggregates of 5 mm, very rich on large cavities on grey slate rock matrix. Pretty specimens from a new find; KS 28,00

Calcio-Olivine

Caspar Quarry, Bellerberg, Ettringen, Eifel Mts., Rhineland-Palatinate / Germany; tan to pale-brownish microcrystalline aggregates, very rich with some dark brown Jasmundite in pale matrix; MM 19,00; KS 28,00

Calciosamarskite xls 

New prospect near Platt Pegmatite, Big Creek, Carbon Co., Wyoming / USA; bright dark brownish crystal aggregates of 1 cm (KS) to 2 cm (NS), some together with Columbite-(Fe) in Feldspar-Muscovite matrix. Quite rich specimens of this rare Ca-Y-Nb-Ta-Oxide; MM 28,00; KS 65,00 

Calcite xls

Freiberg, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; white double terminated spindle-like crystals of 1,5 cm, together with pale brownish Siderite crystals to 1,5 cm on massive Sphalerite-Siderite matrix. Old time specimens collect around 1900; NS 75,00

Calcjarlite (xx)

St. Peters Dome, Cheyenne District, El Paso Co., Colorado / USA; this extremely rare Ca-Al-Fluoride exists as microscopic intergrowths with Thomsenolite, Ralstonite and Cryolite, as brownish to white aggregates of 1 cm in Quartz; MM 48,00; KS 85,00

Calderite xls 

Schmorrasgrat, Starlera Valley, Ferrera Valley, Grischun / Switzerland; this rare Manganese-Iron-Garnet forms yellowish-brownish well terminated crystals of 3 mm, very rich in vugs in massive Calderite-Braunite-Hematite matrix. Very rich specimens from a new find; KS 38,00; NS 65,00 

Calderite xx 

Otjosondu deposit, Okahandja, Otjozondjupa Region / Namibia / TYP;  glassy orange-brownish crystals to 5 mm, very rich on black metallic Braunite matrix. Very good specimens of this rare Garnet; MM 28,00; KS 48,00; NS 125,00 

Caledonite xls 

Mina Victoria, Salar de Pintados, Pozo Almonte, II Region, Atacama / Chile; sky-blue bright luster crystals of 3 mm, very rich full cover crystal-crusts on Andesine matrix. Particular together with greenish brown Chlorargyrite crystals, grown on the top of the Caledonite. Beautiful and very rich specimens from a new find.; NS 48,00; HS 125,00

Callaghanit xx

Helbra, Eisleben, Mansfeld, Sachsen Anhalt / Deutschland; blaue glasige dichte Kristallaggregate, sehr reich als dichte Kristallpartien auf großen Kluftzonen in hellbrauner Matrix. Helbra im Mansfelder Land ist weltweit erst der sechste Fundort für das seltene Cu-Mg-Karbonat.; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Callaghanite xls 

August Bebel slag locality, Helbra, Mansfeld, Saxony-Anhalt / Germany; this rare Copper-Magnesium Carbonate occurs asa blue crystal-crust of several square-cm, together with red Cuprite and black Delafossite on 5 cm (NS) to 10 cm (HS) large Copper
crystal-trees.
Pretty specimens from a new find; NS 19,00; HS 38,00 

Camaronesite xx

Cuya, Cuya, Los Camarones, Arica, Atacama Desert, I Region / Chile / TYP; this new very rare Iron-Phosphate-Sulfate forms pale violet crystal aggregates, very rich on vugs and fracture zones on a Sulfate matrix. Pretty, colorful specimens; KS 125,00

Camerolaite xx

Piesky, Spania Dolina, Banská Bystrica Co. / Slowakia; pale blue botryoidal 2 cm crystal aggregates, on vugs in brownish Quartz matrix; KS 19,00; NS 38,00

Cannonite xls 

Tunnel Extension No. 2 Mine, Bullion Canyon, Tushar Mts,, Piute Co., Utah / USA / TYP; pale yellowish-white crystal aggregates of 1 mm on grey-metallic Cuprobismutite matrix. Cannonite from the Type-location is very rare; MM 38,00 

Canosioite (xls) 

Valletta Mine, Canosio, Maira Valley, Piedmont / Italy / TYP; this very rare new Ba-Fe-Arsenate occurs as 0,5mm crystal aggregates in colorless matrix. Only a very few small samples of approx. 4 mm available; Capsule 125,00 

Canosioite xls

Valletta Mine, Canosio, Maira Valley, Piedmont / Italy / TYP; the very rare new Ba-Fe-Arsenate occurs as 1 mm crystal aggregates in Quartz-Braunite matrix; MM 75,00

Canutite xls 

Mina Torrecillas, Salar Grande, Iquique, I Region / Chile / TYP; this very rare new Na-Mn-Arsenate of the Alluaudite group forms brown prismatic crystals of 0,5 mm, together with Magnesiokoritnigite and Lavendulan; MM 65,00; KS 85,00 

Carbonado xl 

Andarai, Chapada, Diamantina, Bahia / Brazil; lustrous deep brownish crystal aggregate of 5 mm. The origin of these black Diamonds is not very clear. The most acceptable theory says they formed during a supernova in interstellar space and were brought by a giant meteorite which struck the earth approximately 1 billion years ago; MM 38,00

Carbonate-fluorapatite xx

Land Pebble Phosphate District, Polk Co., Florida / USA; beige radial-acicular crystal groups of 5 mm intergrown in parallel to 1 cm thick massive vein-like aggregates of pure Carbonate-fluorapatite. Very old historic samples; KS 28,00

Carbonate-Hydroxylapatite xx

Gua Kemit, Karang Bolong Mts., Kebumen, Java Island / Indonesia; white radial-acicular crystal aggregates as a 2 mm thick crust on vugs in massive glassy pale brownish Fluorapatite. Unique specimens from a rare location; NS 38,00

Carbonate-Montebrasite xx

Linópolis, Divino das Laranjeiras, Doce Valley, Minas Gerais / Brazil / TYP; highly lustrous, pale yellowish, well terminated "floater crystals" of 3 cm (KS) to 5 cm (NS). The designation Carbonate-Montebrasite refers to the very high amount of CO2 inside crystals but outside the unit cell. The crystals have the very unusual or maybe unique characteristic, of blowing apart under pressure, higher temperature and particularly ultrasonic beams; the fragment radius can be several meters.   Normal handling of the crystals is harmless, but I do not take any responsibility for any of your experiments!; KS 19,00; NS 38,00

Carletonite X

Mont Saint Hilaire, Montreal, Quebec / Canada / TYP; pale blue glassy prismatic single crystals of 6 mm (floater) collected around 1995; MM 12,00

Carlfrancisite xx
IMA 2012-033

E15-11 south stope, 11 level, Asia West, Kombat Mine, Kombat, Otavi Mts., Namibia / TYP; highly lustrous golden-yellow tabular crystals of 3 mm on manganese silicate matrix; MM 125,00

Carlhintzeite xx

Gigante Pegmatit, Punilla Dept., Córdoba / Argentinia; rich crusts of colorless crystals to 0,3 mm on Hematite Apatite matrix; MM 28,00; KS 75,00

Carlosturanite xx

Sampeyre, Val Varaita, Cuneo, Piedmont / Italy / TYP; pale brown elongated fibers up to 4 cm on serpentine matrix; KS 28,00

Carnallite xl

Bartensleben Shaft, Morsleben, Börde, Saxony-Anhalt / Germany; colorless glassy well terminated single crystals of 2 cm (KS) to 3 cm (NS), old specimens; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Carpathite xx

Picacho Peak, Clear Creek Canyon, Diablo Range, San Benito Co., California / USA; pale yellow brightly lustrous well terminated crystals and acicular aggregates of 1 cm very rich on vugs in Quartz matrix. (Fluoresces sky-blue under LW and SW). Superb specimens from a new find in February 2014; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Carpholite xx

Wipper Valley, Biesenrode, Harz Mts., Saxony Anhalt / Germany; yellowish-brown acicular crystal aggregates of 2 cm, very rich together with black Braunite crystals on Quartz; very good specimens from a new find; KS 19,00; NS 28,00; HS 38,00

Carrollite xx

Kamoya South II Mine, Kamoya, Kambove, Katanga / Congo; beautiful crystal clusters (floaters) of 2 cm (MM), 2,5 cm (KS), 3,5 cm (NS) and 4,5 cm (HS) of sharp intergrown silver-white-metallic mirror-luster bipyramidal crystals to 1,3 cm. Outstanding specimens, discovered a few weeks ago during prospecting works in a small pocket zone;

Caryinit (xx)

Langban, Värmland / Schweden / TYP; orange-braune glasige hochglänzende um 3 mm große Kristallpartien, sehr reich in Diopsid-Jacobsit Matrix; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Cäsium-Polylithionit xx

Myoken Pegmatite, Satomi, Kuji gun, Ibaraki Pref., Honshu Island / Japan; farblose tafelige um 2 mm große Kristalle, verwachsen zu massive Aggregaten aus reinem Cäsium reichem Polylithionit; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Cassiterite X

Mogok, Sagaing District, Mandalay / Myanmar; black highly lustrous single crystals of 3 cm. Only two specimens available; KS 75,00

Cassiterite xls 

Sabsar Pegmatite, Shengus, Haramosh Mts, Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan/ Pakistan; lustrous black bright well terminated twinned single crystals of 2 cm (MM) to 2,5cm (KS). Nice Cassiterite crystals from a Pegmatite are quite unusual; MM 19,00; KS 38,00 

Cassiterite xls 

Mina Siglo Vente, Llallagua, Bustillo Prov., Potosi Dept. /Bolivia; Cassiterite xls + Sphalerite xls and Quartz xls, together forming a pseudomorph after Franckeite crystals,comprising freestanding brownish crystal aggregates of 1 cm on 2 cm (KS) to 4 cm (NS) large well terminated Pyrite crystals, very unique specimens; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Cassiterite xx

Mina San Antonio, Viloco, Loayza Prov., La Paz Dept. / Bolivia; brown bright luster well terminated single crystals of 3 cm (KS) and nice crystal cluster of 4 cm (NS). This crystals are transparent by transmission light !. Pretty specimens from a new find;
KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Catapleiit (xx)

Mt. Kaskasnyunchorr, Khibiny Massif, Kola Peninsula / Rußland; "Pseudomorphosen von Catapleiit + Gaidonnayit nach Zirsinalit Kristallen". Aggregate aus hellbraunen blockigen um 5 mm großen Kristallen auf Aegirin Matrix; KS 48,00; NS 75,00

Catapleiite xx

Eikaholmen Island, Langesundsfjorden, Larvik, Vestfold / Norway; pale orange-brownish thick-tabular crystals of 2 cm, very rich together with Feldspar, Aegirine and Astrophyllite. Nice and historic specimens collected around 1880; NS 65,00

Cejkaite xx

Eureka Mine, Castell-estaó, El Pallars Jussà, Lleida, Catalonia / Spain; tiny pale yellow crystals, very rich on a Sandstone matrix; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Celsian xls 

Gun Claim, 4 km s/e of Wilson Lake, 16 km s/e of Mt. Itsi, 155 km n/e of Ross River, Yukon Territory / Canada; this rare Barium-Silicate occurs here as pale blue well terminated prismatic crystals of 1 mm, very rich on large cavities on a blue massive Celsian matrix. Unique specimens from a remote location on the "end of the world"; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Celsian xx

Benallt Mine, Rhiw, Lleyn Peninsula, Gwynedd, Wales / UK; colorless long-prismatic crystals of 3 mm, very rich in large vugs in a Tephroite matrix. Celsian crystals are very uncommon; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Cerchiaraite-(Fe) xls 

Big Creek, Pine Flat Lake, Trimmer, Fresno Co., California / USA / TYP; dark green radial accicular crystal aggregates of
5 mm, very rich in Sanbornite-Quartz matrix. Very good specimens of the rare Barium-Iron-Silicats; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Cerianit-(Ce) (xx)

Morro do Ferro, Pocos de Caldas, Minas Gerais / Brasilien; schwarze hochglänzende massive Aggregate aus reinem Cerianit-(Ce), zum Teil mit Kristallen in einigen Kluftzonen innerhalb des massiven Cerianit-(Ce) Aggregate.
Einmalige Proben gefunden um 1955; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Cerite-(Ce) (xls)

Bastnäs Mine, Riddarhyttan, Skinnskatteberg, Västmanland / Sweden / TYP; pale violet glassy crystal aggregates of 1 cm, together with dark brownish Ferriallanite-(Ce). Very rich specimen; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Cerite-(Ce) xx

Casette Quarry, Montoso, Ortieul, Infernotto Valley, Cuneo, Piedmont / Italy; glassy pale pinkish 0,5 mm crystals very rich on vugs in a Granite matrix; KS 28,00

Cerussite xx

Touissit, Oujda-Angad Prov., Oriental Region / Marocco; colorless to beige transparent gemmy crystal clusters of 3 cm (floaters) with crystals to 1,5 cm. Beautiful and low priced specimens; KS 19,00

Cerussite xx

Ongin Mine, Whanghae Do / North Korea; lustrous silky white 1 cm prismatic Cerussite crystals inter- grown to 2 cm crystal aggregates of pure Cerussite. I have never before heard of a Cerussite specimen from North Korea; KS 38,00

Chalcanthite (xx)

Mina Quetana, Chuquicamata, Calama, II Region, Atacama Desert / Chile; glassy blue crystal aggregates of 3 cm, partly inter grown with some white Quartz. Nice colorful specimens; KS 19,00; NS 38,00; HS 95,00

Chalcanthite xls

Huber stock, Krasno, Horni Slavkov, Bohemia / Czech Republic; sky blue glassy crystals of 4 mm, very rich beside of some colorless needle-like Gypsum crystals on Quartz matrix. Nice and old specimens collect around 1960; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Chalcanthite xx

Tulsequah Chief Mine, Mt. Eaton, north of Taku River, Whitewater Mts., 57 km east Juneau (Alaska), British Columbia / Canada; wonderful crystal clusters of gemmy sky-blue crystals of 2 - 3 cm. These are the nicest Chalcanthite specimens I have seen for many years. They were found during current prospecting work in an old mining tunnel. There are also some nice pictures available of the old underground working; KS 28,00 - 48,00; NS 65,00 - 185,00

Chalcoalumit xx

Mina Copaquiri, Guatacondo, Iquique, I Region, Atacama Desert / Chile; intensiv cyanid-blaue radialstrahlige kugelige um 2 mm großen Kristallaggregate dicht verwachsen zu botryoidalen Kristallkrusten auf großen Kluftzonen in Allophan-Gips Matrix. Es sind mit Abstand die schönsten Chalcoalumit Stufen die ich je sah; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Chalcocite xls

Dolcoath Mine, Camborne, Redruth, Cornwall, England / UK; dark-blue metallic well terminated crystals to 5 mm, very rich on Bornite matrix. Old time specimens collect around 1900; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Chalcocite xx

Eisleben, Mansfeld Basin, Saxony Anhalt / Germany; dark bluish-grey metallic crystal aggregates of 1,5 cm with Calcite crystals on black copper-slate matrix; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Chalcomenite xls

Hal Lake Selenium Occurrence Nr. I, Uranium City, Beaverlodge Lake, Saskatchewan / Canada; the Copper Selenite forms bright sky-blue crystals up to 2 mm, very rich as 2 cm large crystal aggregates on fracture zones in Rhyolite matrix. Very nice specimens from a new find; MM 19,00; KS 38,00; NS 95,00

Chalcomenite xx

Mina El Dragón, Antonio Quijarro Prov., Potosí Dept. / Bolivia; glassy blue prismatic crystals to 1 mm, in vugs and oxidation crusts on massive Krutaite-Penroseite matrix. Some in association with Malachite and pale-blue to brownish Allophane. Rich specimens of this uncommon Copper Selenite; MM 19,00; KS 28,00

Chalcophanite xls 

Villia Mine, Villia, Plaka, Lavrion, Attikí Pref. / Greece; grey-black bright metallic luster tabular crystals of 1 mm, very rich on large vugs in Goethite-Calcite matrix. Very nice a rich specimens of the uncommon Zinc-Manganese-Oxide;
KS 19,00; NS 38,00

Chalcophyllite xx

Piesky Mine, Spania Dolina, Banska Bystrica Co., Slovakia; tabular green crystals of 1,5 mm, very rich together with blue Azurite on 3 cm pockets in Quartz-Muscovite matrix. Pretty specimens from a new find; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Chalcopyrite xls

Bollnbach Mine, Herdorf, Siegerland, Rhineland-Palatinate / Germany; yellow metallic well terminated crystal of 1 cm, grown on a crystal aggregate of 2 cm large pale brownish Siderite crystals. Nice old time specimens, collect around 1920; NS 95,00

Chalcosiderite xx

Schneckenstein cliff, Kielberg Mt., Vogtland, Saxony / Germany; glassy pale green crystal aggregates of 1 cm, together with Quartz crystals in vugs in Quartz matrix. Pretty specimens collected around 1950; KS 28,00; NS 65,00

Chalcosiderite xx

Tannenberg Mine, Mühlleithen, Klingenthal, Vogtland, Saxony / Germany; green glassy radial crystal balls, very rich completely coating on 2 cm large vugs in Quartz matrix. This are the richest German Chalcosiderite I have seen ever; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Chalcosin xx

Eisleben, Mansfelder Land, Sachsen Anhalt / Deutschland; dunkel-blau-grau metallische um 1 cm große Kristallaggregate in Calcit; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Chalcostibite xx

Rar-el-Anz, Cherrat Wadi, Casablanca, Grand Casablanca Region / Morocco; nice crystal clusters of dark grey metallic thick-prismatic crystals of 3 cm. These crystals are covered by an intensive blue Antimony-rich Azurite = "Stibian-azurite" and green Cuproromeite. Outstanding specimens collected around 1970; KS 38,00; NS 95,00

Challacolloite xx 

La Fossa crater, Vulcano Island, Aeolian Islands, Lipari, Sicily / Italy;  glassy orange-yellow prismatic crystals of 1 mm, very rich on grayish Scoria matrix; MM 28,00; KS 48,00 

Chamosite (xx)

Teerbau Quarry on Kehrzug, Hut valley, Clausthal-Zellerfeld, Harz, Lower Saxony / Germany; "Pseudomorphs of Chamosite after Ilvaite". Greenish brown 1 cm large long prismatic "crystals" in Quartz matrix. Old specimens collect around 1900; NS 28,00

Chamosite xx

Planitis Island, Panormos Bay, Tinos Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; tabular green crystals of 2 mm, very rich on Albite-Quartz Matrix. Planitis is a small uninhabited Island in the Aegean Sea; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Chamosite (xx) 

Haut de Cry, Chamoson, Rhone Valley, Wallis / Switzerland / TYP; massive scaly dark brownish aggregates of pure Chamosite. It is the most ugly Chamosite I have ever seen, but it comes from the type locality; KS 14,00; NS 19,00 

Chanabayaite xx

Pabellon de Pica, Punta Colina, Iquique, I Region / Chile / TYP; long prismatic acicular blue crystal aggregates with greenish Sal ammoniac. This extremely rare Copper-Chlorine-ammine-triazolate is the second organometallic mineral in nature. The mineral was discovered by me during a field trip in the year 2008; KS 95,00; NS 148,00

Changoite xx

La Compañia Mine, Caracoles, Sierra Gorda, II Region, Atacama Desert / Chile; highly lustrous transparent pale-yellowish 5 mm crystals and crystal aggregates, with pale greenish 3 mm crystals of Kröhnkite and colorless Caracolite crystals. Outstanding specimens of this rare Na-Zn-Sulfate; KS 75,00; NS 148,00

Chegemite xx

Mt. Lakargi, Chegem Caldera, Kabardino-Balkarian Republic, Northern Caucasus Region / Russia / TYP; glassy pale pinkish crystals of 3 mm, very rich, inter-grown with pale yellow Katoite-Wadalite and white Larnite; MM 38,00; KS 48,00

Chengoudaite

Harvard Mine, Jamestown, Tuolumne Co, California / USA; this extremely rare Ag-Fe-Te-S Phase has developed submicroscopic intergrowths with Acanthite. As grey metallic aggregates in Quartz, some with native Gold; MM 125,00

Cheralite xx Monazit-(Nd)

Petaca, Tusas Mts., Rio Arriba Co., New Mexico / USA; Cheralite forms waxy red brownish crystals of 5 mm inter grown in pale brownish Monazite-(Nd) / Monazite-(Ce). The Nd / Ce ratio varies between 45 to 55 %; KS 48,00; NS 85,00

Chevkinite-(Ce) xx

Arondu, Mt. Chogo Lungma, Basha Valley, Skardu, Baltistan / Pakistan; very nice crystal clusters of inter grown well terminated black prismatic crystals of 4 cm x 2 cm. Outstanding and rich specimens discovered two years ago in a remote area in the mountains of Northern Pakistan; KS 48,00; NS 75,00; HS 148,00; GS 450,00

Chiappinoite xls

Lombadas, Lake Fogo, Agua de Pau Volcano, San Miguel Island, Azores / Portugal / TYP; the outstanding rare Y-Mn-Silicate occurs as colorless prismatic crystals of 1 mm in a small cavity in Sanidine-Aegirine matrix. All known Chiappinoite specimens (less as 30 small MMs) found in a single 15 cm large eject boulder; MM 195,00

Chiavennite xls 

A/S Granite Quarry, Tuften, Tvedalen, Larvik, Vestfold / Norway; pale orange-brownish tabular crystals of 0,5 mm, very rich as
2 cm x 2 cm crystal-crust on Natrolite matrix; KS 28,00 

Chibaite xx
IMA 2008-067

Arakawa, Minamiboso, Chiba Prefecture, Honshu Island / Japan / TYP; glassy white aggregates of 4 mm of pure Chibaite, with isometric 1 mm crystals; MM 125,00

Chiolite xls 

Ivigtut Cryolite deposit, Ivigtut, Arsuk Fjord,,Kitaa Prov. / Greenland; colorless blocky ice-like massive aggregates of 3 cm. With white fine grained Topaz and some colorless Cryolite. Very good specimens of this uncommon Sodium-Aluminum-Fluoride;
KS 19,00; NS 38,00; HS 65,00

Chiolite xx 

Ivigtut Cryolite deposit, Ivigtut, Arsuk Fjord,, Kitaa Prov. / Greenland; colorless blocky ice-like massive aggregates of pure Chiolite. Very good specimens of this uncommon Sodium-Aluminum-Fluoride; KS 19,00; NS 38,00 

Chloritoid xx

Galgenberg, Leoben, Styria / Austria; dark green bright luster tabular crystal aggregates of 5 mm, very rich in mica-schist matrix;
KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Chlormayenite xls 

Hatrurim, Negev Desert, Death Sea / Israel; very rich crystal aggregates of colorless highly lustrous crystals of 0,2 mm on dark greyish Spurrite-Calcite matrix. Very rich specimens of this rare Ca-Al-Cl-Oxide; MM 28,00; KS 48,00 

Chromatite xx

Ma'aleh Adumim, Hatrurim formation, West Bank of Jordan, Palestine / TYP; very rich pale yellow aggregates of minute crystals in a tan Limestone matrix; MM 48,00

Chromatite xx 

Ma'aleh Adumim, Hatrurim formation, West Bank of Jordan, Palestine / TYP; pale yellow aggregates of minute crystals, very rich in tan Limestone matrix; MM 38,00; KS 75,00 

Chromatitexls 

Ma'aleh Adumim, Hatrurim formation, West Bank of Jordan, Palestine /TYP; very rich pale yellow aggregates of minute crystals in tan Limestone matrix; MM 28,00; KS 48,00 

Chrombismite (xx)

Mina de Posse, Brejauba, Conceicao do Mato Dentro, Minas Gerais / Brazil; orange-yellowish brown aggregates of 0,5 mm in grey Bismutit matrix; MM 125,00

Chrome-Chalcedony

Pieta Creek, 5 miles north east of Cloverdale, Mendocino Co., California / USA; massive pieces of green Chalcedony colored by Chrome compounds. This is very uncommon, as normally all green color in Chalcedony and Agates is based on Nickel. Good specimens for polishing; NS 28,00; HS 38,00

Chrome-Halloysite-10Å (Miloschite)

Mt. Rudnjak, Gokcanica, Kraljevo, Serbia / TYP; massive pale blue aggregates with some greenish Volkonskoite and brownish Nontronite; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Chromian Pyrope xls

Aheim, Almklovdalen, Vanylven, More og Romsdal / Norway; violet glassy bright luster crystals of 5 mm, very rich inter grown with bright green 1 cm large Chrome-Diopsid crystals. The two minerals forms a very rare and unique type of rock. It is a "Pyrope-Clinopyroxenite"; KS 28,00; NS 38,00; HS 75,00

Chromian Diopside xx 

Keretti Mine, Outokumpu, Eastern Finland Region / Finland; nice crystal cluster of grass-green prismatic crystals of 2 cm;
NS 28,00; HS 48,00 

Chromian-Alumoceladonite xx

Cape Grammata, Grammata Bay, Syros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; highly lustrous tabular green crystals of 3 mm, very rich in a pale greenish-grey acicular Diopside matrix; very nice specimens; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Chromian-Lawsonite xx

Cape Marmari, Grammata Bay, Syros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; highly lustrous, dark pine-green to light pistachio-green, sharp rhombohedral crystals of 1 cm, very rich with some Muscovite and brown Ankerite on pale greenish Actinolite or dark blue Glaucophane matrix. This material is outstandingly good. Please look at the comments about it in several Tucson show reports (Trinity, Fabre, Irocks); KS 38,00; NS 95,00

Chromian-Lawsonite xx

Cape Marmari, Grammata Bay, Syros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; highly lustrous, dark pine-green to light pistachio-green, sharp rhombohedral crystals of 1 cm, very rich with some Muscovite and brown Ankerite on pale greenish Actinolite on dark blue Glaucophane matrix. This material is outstanding. Please look at the comments about it in several Tucson show reports (Trinity, Fabre, Irocks); KS 38,00; NS 95,00

Chromian-Titanite X

Kondoa, Singida / Tanzania; apple-green transparent gemmy well terminated single crystals in high end gem quality; MM 28,00

Chromo-alumino-povondraite xx

American #1 Talc Mine, Balmat, St. Lawrence Co.,, New York / USA; this new member of the Tourmaline group has developed glassy dark green crystals of 1 mm, very rich in pale greenish Tremolite matrix; MM 85,00; KS 125,00

Chrysoberyl xl
"Alexandrite"

Magara Mine, Lake Manyara, Arusha, Masai Steppe / Tanzania; pale-greenish well terminated single crystals up to 1 cm, with a good color change in to bluish, and the crystals shows a cat's eye effect; MM 28,00

Chrysoberyl xx

Santa Tereza, Espírito Santo / Brasilien; highly lustrous transparent yellowish-green gemmy twinned crystals of 2.5 cm (KS), 3.5 cm (NS). Very good specimens; KS 48,00; NS 75,00;

Chrysoberyl xx
Var. Alexanderite

Carnaiba Mining District, Carnaiba, Pintobacu, Bahia / Brazil; nice matrix specimens with crystals of 1,5 cm. (KS) to 2 cm (NS) The crystals show often twinned and triplet form and a color changing from dark green to brownish; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Chrysoberyl xls 

Kolsva Pegmatit, Köping, Västmanland / Sweden; greenish-yellow crystal aggregates of 2 cm with some Quartz. This is the first time I have seen a Chrysoberyl from a Swedish location; KS 28,00 

Chrysocolla

Fünf Bücher Mosis Mine, St Andreasberg, Harz Mts, Lower Saxony / Germany; sky-blue botryoidale aggregates on Quartz, very nice specimens; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Chrysocolla xls 

Mt Vesuvius, Somma-Vesuvius Complex, Naples Prov., Campania / Italy; greenish-blue glassy long-tabular "crystals" of 5 mm. This are a very rare Pseudomorph from Chrysocolla after Tenorite. Very rare Pseudomorph, only know from Mt. Vesuvius, collect during the end of the 19th century; KS 85,00; NS 145,00

Chrysoprase

Niquelandia Complex, Niquelandia, Goias / Brazil; pale green massive layer-like aggregates of pure Chrysoprase; NS 38,00

Churchite-(Y) xls 

Mt.Malosa, Zomba / Malawi; white long prismatic well terminated crystals of 1,2cm (KS) to 5 cm (NS). These crystals are pseudomorphs after giant Hingganite-(Y) crystals. Absolutely unique specimens, only two KS size and two NS size specimens available; KS 350,00; NS 650,00 

Churchite-(Y) xls 

Maffei Mine, Nitzelbuch, Auerbach, Upper Palatinate, Bavaria / Germany / TYP; silky white radial-acicular crystal aggregates up to 3 mm on very rich brownish Goethite matrix. Nice specimens of this rare Yttrium-phosphate; KS 28,00; NS 38,00 

Cinnabar xx

Great Western Mine, Middletown, Mayacmas Mts, Lake Co., Calfornia / USA; bright red long-prismatic crystals of 5 mm, very rich on Quartz matrix. Nice specimens from early 1940; KS 19,00; NS 28,00; HS 48,00

Cinnabar xx 

Idria Mine, Idria, Ljubljana / Slovenia; red-metallic crystals of 2 mm, very rich with some native mercury on matrix. Nice specimens; KS 19,00; NS 48,00 

Clairite xls 

Anna Mine, Alsdorf, Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia / Germany; this very rare Ammonium-Iron-Sulfate occurs as glassy yellow well terminated crystals to 1 mm, together with white Rostite on colorless Tschermingite matrix; MM 38,00; KS 48,00 

Claringbullite xls 

Cole Mine, Bisbee, Cochise Co., Arizona / USA; glassy tabular blue crystal aggregates of 2 mm together with needly blue  Connellite crystals on cavities in massive Cuprite matrix; KS 48,00 

Claudetite xx

Crven Dol Mine, Allchar, Majdan, Kavadarci, Roszdan / Macedonia; silky white 3 mm radial-acicular aggregates with colorless Gypsum and red Realgar crystals very rich on matrix; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Clausthalite (xx)

Eskeborn Shaft, Tilkerode, Harz Mts, Saxony Anhalt / Germany silver grey metallic vein-like aggregates of 5 mm, very rich in Calcite-Siderite-matrix. Quite good and rich specimens; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Clinoatacamite xx

Mina Santa Rosa, Iquique, I Region, Atacama Desert / Chile; tiny prismatic green crystals, very rich with some Azurite on matrix; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Clinocervantite xx

Tafone Mine, Manciano, Grosseto Prov., Tuscany / Italy; colourless long-prismatic crystals to 2 mm very rich on vugs in massive Valentinite matrix; KS 38,00

Clinochalcomenite xx

Mina El Dragón, Antonio Quijarro Prov., Potosí Dept. / Bolivia; pale blue to pale greenish-blue glassy 0,5 mm crystals and aggregates with some Allophane on Krutaite-Penroseite matrix; MM 38,00

Clinoenstatite X

Chaungyi, Mogok, Sagaing District, Mandalay / Myanmar; transparent gemmy green Chromium- bearing Clinoenstatite crystals of
8 mm (MM) and 1,2 cm(KS).
Top specimens; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Clinoenstatite xx

Phakant, Myitkyina-Mogaung, Kachin State / Myanmar;  This is a Clinoenstatite-Jade and develops semi trasparent Aggregates of 2,5 cm (KS) to 3,5 cm (NS). Clinoenstatite in gemmy quality was previously unknown; KS 48,00

Clinohedrite (xx)

Franklin Mine, Franklin, Sussex Co., New Jersey / USA / TYP; colorless-white (orange fluorescence) 5 mm aggregates, with tan (pale blue fluorescence) 1 cm aggregates of Hardystonite and brownish Andradite; KS 28,00

Clinoptilolite-K xx

Reese River Reservoir, Carico Lake Valley, 50 km north of Austin, Lander Co., Nevada / USA; massive pale beige crystal aggregates of pure Clinoptilolite-K; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Clinoptilolite-Na xx

Hector, Cady Mts., San Bernardino Co., California / USA; massive white aggregates of tiny inter-grown Clinoptilolite-Na crystals;
KS 14,00; NS 28,00

Clinothulite xx

Birch Creek, Deep Springs, Inyo Co., California / USA; bright pinkish long-prismatic crystals of 1 cm, very rich on large open veins in greenish gray mica matrix. Very nice specimens from a new find; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Clinozoisite xl 

Alchuri, Shigar Valley, Skardu District, Baltistan / Pakistan; orange brownish transparent gemmy long prismatic single crystals of 2 cm (KS) to 3,5 cm (NS). Nice crystals with a unusual color; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Clinozoisite xl 

Tormiq Valley, Haramosh Mts.,Skardu, Gilgit-Baltistan/ Pakistan; outstanding water-clear gemmy olive-green well terminated long prismatic single crystals of 2 cm (MM) to 3 cm (KS). Very nice specimens; MM 14,00; KS 19,00 

Clinozoisite xx

Serra da Mangabeira, Paramirim, Bahia / Brazil; highly lustrous pale green long-prismatic crystals of 1.5 cm, very richly intergrown with Quartz crystals; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Cobaltarthurite xx

Dolores prospect, Pastrana, Mazarrón-Águilas, Murcia / Spain / TYP; pale brownish radial acicular aggregates of 1 mm on matrix; KS 28,00

Cobaltite xl

Tunaberg Cu-Co Ore Field, Tunaberg, Nyköping, Södermanland / Sweden / TYP; white metallic well terminated sharp single crystals of 5 mm; MM 12,00

Cobaltoan - Calcite xx

Kamoya South II Mine, Kamoya, Kambowe, Katanga / Congo; gemmy deep pinkish crystals of 5 mm, very rich on large vugs in a Carbonate matrix. The intensive color and luster of the crystals is much better than those from Morocco;
KS 19,00; NS 28,00; HS 48,00

Cobaltomenite xls 

Lopez Incline Mine, Temple Mts., Emery Co., Utah / USA; the rare Cobalt-Selenide forms violet red crystals aggregates of
1 mm, very rich on fracture zones on matrix; MM 19,00; KS 28,00

Cobaltzippeite xx

Happy Jack Mine, White Canyon, San Juan Co., Utah / USA / TYP; orange microcrystalline aggregates of Cobaltzippeite, with yellow Natrozippeite, pale green Johannite and greenish yellow Uranopilite on vugs in a Gersdorffite-Uraninite-bearing sandstone; MM 65,00; KS 95,00

Coconinoite xx

Yomac Mine, White Canyon, Blanding, San Juan Co, Utah / USA; pale yellow microcrystalline aggregates of 1 cm, very rich with some colorless Gypsum crystals on vugs in a Sandstone matrix; very good specimens of this uncommon Fe-Al-Uranyl-Sulfo-Phosphate; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Colemanite xx

U.S. Borax Mine, Boron, Kern Co., California / USA; colorless highly lustrous doubly terminated arrow-shaped single crystals and crystal aggregates of 4 cm! Such perfectly developed Colemanite floater crystals are very uncommon; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Colemanite xx

Corkscrew Canyon Mine, Black Mts., Death Valley, Inyo Co., California / USA; colorless crystals of 3 mm, very rich as crusts covering a tan matrix, very nice specimens collected in 1980; NS 28,00; HS 38,00

Columbite-(Fe) X

Skratorp, Rade, Oslofjorden, Ostfold / Norwegen; black well terminated single crystals of 2 cm. Old historic specimen, the pegmatite's in Skratop was in operation around 1900; KS 19,00

Columbite-(Mn) xx

Alto de Furnas Pegmatite, Equador, Rio Grande do Norte / Brazil; "peculiar pseudomorphic epitaxial growth". This is an extremely unusual orientated intergrowth of 1,5 cm crystals of Columbite-(Mn) and Waylandite, but the Waylandite itself is pseudomorphic after 3 cm crystals of Bismuthinite. See my article about this in Lapis magazine 2/2011; KS 38,00

Columbite-Fe X

Jacu claim, Equador, Borborema, Rio Grande do Norte / Brazil; black prismatic single crystals of 2 cm (KS) to 4 cm (NS);
KS 19,00; NS 38,00

Columbite-Mn X

Taboa pegmatite, Carnaúba dos Dantas, Borborema, Rio Grande do Norte / Brazil; well terminated single black crystals of semi-metallic lustre, from 3 cm (KS) to 4 cm (NS); KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Colusit xx

East Colusa Mine, Butte, Silver Bow Co., Montana / USA / TYP; bronzefarbige hochglänzende metallische um 2 mm große Kristalle sehr reich neben etwas Pyrit im Quarz Matrix. Hervorragende Proben des seltenen Cu-V-As-Sulfosalzes;
MM 19,00; KS 38,00

Combeite xls

Lava Eruption of 1917, Ol Doinyo Lengai Vulcano, Massai Steppe, East Africa Rift Valley / Tanzania; the rare Na-Ca-Silicate forms colorless long prismatic striated crystals of 4 mm, enclosed in a grey Nepheline Aegerine Lava Matrix;
MM 48,00; KS 75,00

Compreignacite xx

Eureka Mine, Castell-estaó, El Pallars Jussà, Lleida, Catalonia / Spain; tiny pale yellow crystals together with pale green Andersonite on a Sandstone matrix; KS 38,00

Compreignacite xls 

Storm Mountain Pegmatite, Storm Mountain, Larimer Co., Colorado / USA; orange-yellow crystal aggregates to 3 mm, together with some yellow Meta-Autunite on Heterosite-Muscovite matrix. Unique specimens of this rare Potassium-Uranium-Oxide;
KS 28,00 

Congolite X

Bischofferode, Bleicherode, Thuringia / Germany; violett transparent single crystal of 2 mm; Capsel 48,00

Conichalcite xls 
Yakhontovite

Farrington and Gilbert Mine, Garfield District, Mineral Co., Nevada / USA; bright green radial acicular botryoidal crystal aggregates of 3 mm. Together with black Yakhontovit and some pale blue Chrysocolla, very rich on large fracture zones in Quartz matrix. Nice specimen from a new find; KS 14,00; NS 28,00; HS 38,00

Conichalcite xx

Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otjikoto Region, Otavi Bergland / Namibia; green radial-acicular botryoidal crystal aggregates with 4 mm crystal balls, very rich on Quartz-Dolomite matrix. Outstanding, rich specimens; KS 148,00; NS 285,00

Connellite xls 

August Bebel slag locality, Helbra, Mansfeld, Saxony-Anhalt / Germany; sky-blue crystal crust covering several square-cm on matrix. Pretty specimens; KS 28,00 

Cookeite xx

Mt Mica Quarry, Paris, Oxford Co., Maine / USA / TYP; "Pseudomorph after Rossmanite" very pale yellow tabular crystals of 2 mm intergrown to rounded prismatic aggregates of 2 cm on Quartz-Albite matrix. Very nice specimens of this rare pseudomorph; KS 28,00

Copper xx

Bucim Kop, Topolnica, Plackovica Mts., Strumica / Macedonia; highly lustrous, sharp and well terminated copper-colored crystals of 3 mm, very rich in vugs of massive Cuprite. Old and very unique specimens; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Coquimbite xx

Mina Javier Ortega, Huachuas, Lucanas Prov., Ayacucho Dept. / Peru; very pretty clusters of gemmy violet crystals to 2 cm. These are the largest and nicest Coquimbite crystals I have ever seen; NS 38,00 - 65,00

Cordierite xl

Nangwa, Babati, Babati District, Manyara / Tanzania; blue bright luster transparent gemmy single crystals of 2 cm (KS) to 3 cm (NS) in cut stone quality. The crystals shows a strong pleochroism (color changing) from blue to pale blue to near pale brown, depended on the direction of the transmitted light; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Coronadite xx

High Sedling Mine, Cowshill, Weardale, North Pennines, Durham Co., England / UK; the rare Lead-Manganese-Oxide forms deep dark grey sub metallic botryoidal massive aggregates of pure Coronadite together with some Quartz; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Correianevesite xx

Mina Jacáo, Galilea, Conselheiro Pena, Minas Gerais / Brazil / TYP; lustrous brownish bi-pyramidal crystals of 2 mm, very rich on vugs in greenish-grey Triphylite matrix. Pretty specimens for a new species; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Corrensite  

Autobahn road cut north of Lothe, Nordrhein-Westfalen / Germany; this uncommon clay mineral forms greyish-brown massive pieces of pure Corrensite; KS 28,00 

Cortesognoite xls 
IMA 2014-029 

Molinello Mine, Graveglia Valley, Genova Prov., Liguria / Italy / TYP; this new Ca-V-Silicate is the Vanadium analog of Lawsonite. It forms pale brownish glassy needle-like crystals to 1 mm, mostly intergrown to vein-like crystal aggregates in a Quartz matrix; KS 65,00 

Corundum xls
"Sapphire"

Hazrat Saeed, Koksha Valley, Badakhshan Prov / Afghanistan; blue bright luster well terminated long prismatic spindle-like crystals of 2 cm, very rich in brownish Muscovite matrix; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Corundum xx
"Ruby"

Sivec Marble Quarry, Sevic Mts., Prilep, Pelagonia Massiv / Macedonia; very nice crystals cluster of bright luster pinkish to violet well terminated sharp pseudo-hexagonal crystals of 2 cm (KS) 3 cm (NS) up to 5 cm (HS). Pretty specimens from a rare location;
KS 28,00; NS 48,00; HS 125,00

Cosalit xx

Mina Bolivar, Piedras Verde, Mun. de Urique, Chihuahua / Mexiko; dunkel-grau metallische um 1 cm große nadelige freistehende Kristalle neben gelben um 5 mm großen Chalcopyrit Kristallen auf einer Matrix aus um 2 cm großen Quarz Kristallen. Es sind die besten Cosalite Kristalle die ich je sah; KS 38,00; NS 85,00

Covellite xx

Mina Quebrada Blanca, Altos de Pica, evalation 4500 meter, 200 km east of Iquique, I Region / Chile; violet metallic hexagonal crystals of 5 mm, together with Pyrite crystals very rich on Quartz matrix. Nice specimens from a rare location; NS 38,00

Cranswickite xls 

Calingasta, Calingasta Department,, San Juan / Argentinia / TYP; white acicular vein-like crystal aggregates of 1 cm, inter grown with some colorless Hexahydrite; KS 48,00

Creaseyite xx

Soga, Iquique, I Region, Atacama Desert / Chile; apple green needle crystals of 1 mm intergrown to radial acicular balls, with orange Mimetite, very rich on vugs in Andesite. This are the first find of the rare Cu-Pb-Silicate in South America; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Creedite xls 

Mina Navidad, Abasolo, Rodeo, Durango / Mexico; colorless to very pal brownish transparent gemmy crystals of 1 cm, very rich in vugs in massive Creedite matrix. Nice specimen; NS 28,00

Crocoit xx

Callenberg Nord, Callenberg, Glauchau, Sachsen / Deutschland; orange-rote hochglänzende um bis 1,5 cm große langprismatische Kristalle, neben gelblich-grünen Pyromorphit, sehr reich auf Matrix, sehr schön farbenprächtige Stufen gefunden um 1980;
KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Cronstedtite xx

Mina Brunita, La Peraleja, Sierra Minera de Cartagena-La Unión, Murcia / Spain; highly lustrous 2 mm black crystals on vugs in massive Pyrite; MM 19,00; KS 28,00

Cryolite (xx)

Cryolite deposit, Ivigtut, Arsuk Fjord., Kitaa Prov. / Greenland / TYP; colorless luster crystal aggregates of 5 cm, together with some Galena and Siderite; NS 28,00

Cryolite xx

Cryolite deposit, Ivigtut, Arsuk Fjord, Kitaa Prov., Greenland / DK / TYP; colorless highly lustrous idiomorphic crystals of 5 mm, very rich in on vugs in massive Cryolite. Idiomorphic crystals of Cryolite from Ivigtut are very rare; KS 48,00; NS 125,00

Cryptomelan xx

Malyi Clay Pit, Miskolc, Bükk Mts., Borsod-Abaúj-Zemplén Co. / Ungarn; "Pseudomorphosen nach Aggregaten von Wurzeln fossiler Pflanzen" schwarze um 0,5 mm große Cryptomelan Kristalle, verwachsen zu verästelten (korallenartigen) rundlichen Aggregaten. Sehr seltene Pseudomorphose; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Cryptomelane xls

Baptista Claim, Galileia, Minas Gerais / Brazil; the K-Mn-Oxide forms dark-grayish brown semi-metallic botroydale crystal aggregates in a size of several centimeter. Nice specimens from a new find; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Cubanite (xx) 

Zinkgruvan, Askersund, Närke / Sweden; massive yellow-metallic aggregates with cleavage planes of 3 cm of pure Cubanite in Calcite matrix; NS 28,00 

Cumengeite xx

Amelia Mine, Santa Rosalía, Boleo, Mun. de Mulegé, Baja California / Mexico / TYP; dark blue bipyramidal 1 mm crystals overgrown with cubic crystals of an epitaxis of Pseudoboleite and Boleite. Very nice crystals and aggregates on a matrix of white Anglesite crystals; MM 19,00; KS 38,00

Cuprian-Boulangerite xx

Bayerland Mine, Pfaffenreuth, Waldsassen, Upper Palatinate, Bavaria / Germany; violet-grey metallic acicular crystals of 1,5 cm., epitaxial grown with Covellite to massive crystal aggregates with some Quartz matrix. Such epitaxie are very unusual. Old samples newly-examined, collected around 1940; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Cuprite xx
(Chalcotrichite)

Cole shaft, Bisbee, Mule Mts., Cochise Co., Arizona / USA; very rich red needle crystals to 5 mm with some native Copper crystals in a Quartz Limonite matrix; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Cuprobismutit (xx)

Tunnel Extension Mine, Bullion Canyon, Tushar Mts., Piute Co., Utah / USA; grau metallische um 3 mm große Kristalle, als sehr reiche Aggregate in Quarz; MM 38,00

Cuprocopiapite xls  Boothite xls 

Mina Quetana, Calama, II Region, Atacama Desert / Chile / TYP; this new rare Copper-Iron Sulfate forms yellowish-green tabular crystals of 3 mm, very rich on a blue Boothite matrix; MM 28,00; KS 48,00 

Cupropavonite xx

Alaska Mine, Poughkeepsie Gulch, Silverton, San Juan Co., Colorado / USA / TYP; grey metallic platy-prismatic crystals of 1 mm very rich in vugs in white Barite matrix; MM 38,00

Cuproromeite (xx)

Blind Spring Hill, Benton Range, Mono Co., California / USA / TYP; waxy dark green 2 cm aggregates in Quartz-Goethite matrix. Rich specimens from the type locality; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Cuprostibite

Mt. Nakalak, Taseq Lake, llimaussaq, Narsaq,, Kitaa Prov. / Greenland / TYP; violet-metallic aggregates of 5 mm, very rich in greenish Feldspar-Aegirine matrix; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Cuprotungstite xx

Carrera Pinto, Cachiyuyo de Llampos, Copiapó, III Region, Atacama Desert / Chile; glassy, vein-like, pale green crystal aggregates in colorless massive Scheelite; KS 28,00

Cuspidine xx 

Monte Somma, Somma-Vesuvius Complex, Naples Prov., Campania / Italy / TYP; white prismatic crystals to 3 mm, together with greenish-brown glassy Vesuvianite crystals on vugs in Vesuvianite-Biotite matrix; KS 28,00; NS 48,00 

Cylindrite xx 

Mina Santa Cruz, Poopó, Poopó Prov., Oruro Dept. / Boliva / TYP; very nice crystal cluster of dark grey-metallic freestanding rounded 3 cm crystals on Wurtzite-Pyrite matrix. These are the finest Cylindrite specimens I have ever seen;
KS 38,00; NS 75,00; HS 185,00 

Cymrit xx

Kalugeri Hill, Babuna River, Jakupica Mts., 15 km n/w of Nezilevo, Veles / Makedonien; weiße tafelige bis blockige um bis 1,5 cm große Kristalle als massive Aggregate neben Barium reichem Muskovit und Quarz. Es sind die bisher weltweit größten Cymrit Kristalle; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Cymrite (xx)

Langban Gruvan, Langban, Värmland / Sweden; pale grey (under UV greenish-yellow) 3 mm aggregates, very rich with dark brownish 5 mm Kentrolite aggregates in Manganophyllite-Andradite matrix; KS 28,00

Cymrite xx

Kalugeri Hill, Babuna River, Jakupica Mts., 15 km n/w of Nezilevo, Veles / Macedonia; lustrous prismatic white Cymrite crystals of 1,5 cm !!!, together with Barium- bearing Muscovite in Quartz matrix. These are definitely the largest known crystals worldwide of this uncommon Barium-Aluminum-Silicate; KS 28,00; NS 38,00; HS 75,00

Cyprine xls
IMA2015-044

Ovstebo, Kleppan, Sauland, Hjartdal, Telemark / Norway / TYP; the new Copper-Calcium-Aluminum-Silicate occurs as blue glassy long prismatic crystals of 5 mm on Quartz-Fluorite matrix; KS 48,00

Cyrilovite xx

Mina Jacáo, Galilea, Conselheiro Pena, Minas Gerais / Brazil; highly lustrous yellow crystals, very rich together with brownish Frondelite in vugs in Albite matrix. Very rich specimens; KS 28,00; NS 48,00; HS 95,00

Cyrtolite xx

Mogok, Sagaing District, Mandalay / Myanmar; waxy brownish parallel-acicular long-prismatic intergrown crystals to 3 cm; unique specimens; KS 38,00; NS 85,00

Daliranit xx
IMA 2007-010

Zareh Shuran Mine, Takab, Takan Tepe, West Azarbaijan Prov. / Iran / TYP; orange fein-nadelige hochglänzende Kristalle auf Kluftzonen in Auripigment Quarz Matrix. Hervorragende Exemplare des höchst seltenen neuen Hg-Pb-As-Sulfid; MM 95,00

Dalyite xx

Água de Pau Volcano, San Miguel Island, Azores Isands / Portugal; colorless to pale brownish cubic crystals of 1 mm on Albite-Aegirine matrix, developed in peralkaline syenites ejecta; MM 38,00

Danalit xx (xx)

Finngruvan, 401 m Sohle, Yxsjöberg, Ljusnarsberg, Örebro, Västmanland / Schweden; violett-rot-braune hochglänzende um 2 cm große Kristalle und bis 4 cm große massive Aggregate aus reinem Danalit, eingewachsen in Fluorit-Biotit-Quarz-Matrix. Hervorragende Exemplare aus einem Fund um 1980.; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Danalite (xx)

Finngruvan, 401 m Sohle, Yxsjöberg, Ljusnarsberg, Örebro, Västmanland / Sweden; the rare Iron Beryllium Silicate forms violet-reddish-brown high lustrous crystals aggregates of 2 cm, inter grown in Fluorite-Biotite-Quartz-matrix. Old classic Swedish specimens; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Danbait (xx)

Helbra, Eisleben, Mansfeld, Sachsen Anhalt / Deutschland; Silber-weiß bis hell-rosa metallische Aggregate aus reinem massiven Danbait. Die höchst intermetallische Kupfer- Zink Verbindung, fand sich in nur wenigen Exemplaren, als primäres Mineral in einer aus dem tiefsten Mittelalter stammenden Schlacken Halde.; Capsel 48,00; MM 95,00

Danbaitexl 

Helbra, Eisleben, Mansfeld, Saxony-Anhalt / Germany; silver-white metallic 2 mm aggregates of pure Danbaite. This very rare copper-zinc alloy was collected in a few small samples as a primary mineral in a historic find at this early medieval slag dump; Capsule 28,00 

Danburite xl 

Cristalmayu Valley, Alto Chapare, Chapare Prov., Cochabamba Dept. / Bolivia; bright like mirror luster double terminated sharp well formed single crystals of 3 cm. The unusual grey color of this crystals based of inter growing of tiny Magnesio-riebeckite crystals, nice specimens; KS 19,00

Davanite xx

Davan Stream, Chara and Tokko Rivers Confluence, Aldan Shield, Eastern Siberian Region / Russia / TYP; colorless grains of
0,5 mm in Aegirine-Pectolite matrix; MM 75,00

Davidite-(La) X

Billeroo Prospect, Plumbago Station, Olary Prov., South Australia / Australia; dark brownish well terminated single crystals of 1,5 cm (MM) to 2,5 cm (KS); MM 48,00; KS 75,00

Davreuxite (xx)

Wipper Valley, Biesenrode, Harz Mts., Saxony Anhalt / Germany; massive pale grayish-brown acicular vein-like aggregates of
1 cm together with black Braunite crystals to 1 mm in Quartz matrix; KS 28,00; NS 48,00; HS 95,00

Decrespignyite-(Y) xx 

Olary Block, Paratoo Mine, Yunta, South Australia / Australia / TYP; sky-blue radial-acicular aggregates intergrown to globular aggregates, very rich together with some white Kamphaugite-(Y) aggregates on fracture zones in dolomitic Limestone;
KS 19,00; NS 28,00 

Deerite xx

Laytonville Quarry, Laytonville, Mendocino Co., California / USA / TYP; dark brownish needle crystal aggregates of 5 mm, together with dark greenish Zussmanite in Quartz matrix. A confirmed Deerite is a very rare mineral, even from the type location in Laytonville; these specimens are the first ones I have seen; KS 48,00

Defernite xx

Kombat Mine, Kombat, Grootfontein, Otavi Mts. / Namibia; pale-violet brownish glassy bright lusterous long tabular crystals of 1,5 cm, very rich in black Hausmannite matrix. Very rich specimens of the rare Calcium analogue of Azurite;
KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Demantoid xls

Tubussis Farm 22, Karibib District, Erongo Region / Nambia; beautiful crystal clusters of green bright luster well terminated crystals of 5 mm, very rich on large cavities in massive pale brownish Garnet matrix. Very pretty specimens from a new find;
KS 19,00; NS 28,00; HS 48,00

Denisovit xx

Mt. Yukspor, Khibiny Massif, Kola Peninsula / Rußland / TYP; weiße aus faserigen Kristallen aufgebaute um 3 cm große Aggregate aus reinem Denisovit, zum Teil mit etwas Nephelin; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Derbylite xx

Bucca Dela Vena Mine, Stazzema, Lucca, Apuan Alps, Tuscany / Italy / TYP; black metallic prismatic crystals of 1 mm together with Siderite and Calcite crystals on matrix; KS 38,00

Desautelsite xx

Artinite Pit, Clear Creek Canyon, Diablo Range, San Benito Co., California / USA; orange-brownish to reddish brownish micro crystalline crystal aggregates cover an area of several square centimeter on greenish Antigorite matrix. Together with bright white 1 cm large radial acicular Artinite crystal aggregates. Pretty specimens from a new find in February 2014;
KS 28,00; NS 38,00; HS 65,00

Descloizite xx

Overland Mine, Ely, White Pine Co., Nevada / USA; lustrous bright orange crystal aggregates, very richly scattered on matrix. Very intensively colored specimens from a new discovery; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Destinezite xls 

Lichtenberg Absetzer Dump, Ronneburg, Gera, Thuringia / Germany; this uncommon Iron phosphate forms pale yellow massive crystal aggregates of pure Destinezite. Older specimens collected approx. 20yearsago; KS 28,00; NS 38,00 

Deveroite-(Ce) xls

Kodanda Rama Pegmatite field, Nellore, Andhra Pradesh / India; the new rare Cerium-Oxalate occurs here as colorless bright luster long prismatic crystals of 0,3 mm very rich on fracture zones in Allanite-Bastnäsite matrix. Old newly examineted specimens collect in the 1960s; MM 95,00; KS 148,00

Deweylite + Uvarovite

Lojane Mine, Presevo Valley, Skopje / Macedonia; pale-violet glassy aggregates with nice green Uvarovite crystals on black Alumo-chrompicotite matrix. Old specimens collect all-round 1970; KS 28,00

Diadochite

Richelle, Vise, Liege Prov. / Belgium; the uncommon Iron Phosphate forms pale yellowish-grey aggregates of 4 cm of pure Diadochite; KS 19,00

Diamond xl

Areinha Claim, left bank of Jequitinhonha River, Inhai, Diamantina, Minas Gerais / Brazil; pale yellow transparent Diamond crystals of 4 mm, with a size of 0,12 ct; 0,36 ct; 0,37 ct, 0,42 ct and 0,47 ct. Brazilian Diamonds are quite rare, found very sporadically during gold panning in the river. The price is 320,- Euro per Carat

Diaphorite xx

Pribram, Bohemia / Czech Republic / TYP; grey- metallic crystals of 1 mm and massive aggregates together with Galena on Barite matrix; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Diaspore xx

Sivec Marble Quarry, Sevic Mts., Prilep, Pelagonia Massiv / Macedonia; colorless transparent gemmy long prismatic crystals of
1,5 cm, very rich on pinkish Corundum (Ruby) crystals.
Pretty specimens from a rare location; KS 28,00; NS 48,00; HS 148,00

Dickite xls

Pant-y-Gaseg Mine, Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey, Wales / UK / TYP; white high lustrous 0,2 mm crystals. Very rich inter grown to 1 cm aggregates on vugs in Dolomite matrix. A Dickite from the Type location is very unusual; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Dickite xx

Pant-y-Gaseg Mine, Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey, Wales / UK / TYP; highly lustrous white 0.2 mm crystals, very rich, intergrown to 1 cm aggregates in vugs in matrix. Dickite from the Type location is very unusual; KS 28,00

Dickite xx

Pant-y-Gaseg Mine, Amlwch, Isle of Anglesey, Wales / UK / TYP; highly lustrous white 0,2 mm crystals, very rich, inter- grown
to 1 cm aggregates on vugs in Dolomite matrix. Dickite from the Type location is very unusual; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Dickthomssenite xls 

Blue Cap Mine, Lyon Canyon Creek, Paradox Valley, San Juan Co., Utah / USA; colorless long prismatic crystals of 2 mm, inter grown to acicular crystal aggregates, together with pale yellow tabular Metarossite crystals, very rich on Sandstone matrix. Very good specimens; MM 38,00; KS 85,00; NS 148,00

Dingdaohengite-(Ce) X

Mt. Malosa Massif, Zomba / Malawi; lustrous bright well terminated dark-brownish prismatic 5 mm single crystal; MM 125,00

Diopsid X

Nilaw, Nuristan / Afghanistan; hell-pink-farbige bis farblose hochglänzende um 1,5 cm (MM) bis 2 cm (KS) große prismatische Einzelkristalle in partieller Edelsteinqualität. Pink-farbiger Diopsid war bisher eigentlich unbekannt; MM 19,00; KS 28,00

Diopside xls 

Ikalamavony, Ampandramaika-Malakialina, Matsiatra, Fianarantsoa/ Madagascar; lustrous bright glass-clear pale green well terminated gemmy crystals of 3 cm on Quartz matrix. Nice specimens from a rare location; NS 38,00 

Dioptase xx

Tantara Mine, Shinkolobwe, Katanga / Congo; lustrous emerald-green prismatic crystals of 1 cm, very rich on vugs in massive Dioptase matrix. Very good specimens from a new find; KS 28,00; NS 48,00; HS 225,00

Dolomite xx

Pomba Pit, Serra das Eguas, Brumado, Bahia / Brazil; collorless gemmy twinned crystals of 1,5 cm together with Magnesite crystals of 1 cm on massive Magnesite matrix (NS), or as twinned single crystals of 2,5 cm (KS); KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Doloresite xx

Firefly Mine, La Sal Creek Canyon, La Sal, San Juan Co., Utah / USA; black-metallic microcrystalline aggregates, very rich in Sandstone matrix; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Donbassite xx

Lansford Anthracite Mine, Lansford, Carbon Co., Pennsylvania / USA; silky colorless to white aggregates very rich on fractures in black Anthracite matrix. This is the first approved North American Donbassite; NS 38,00; HS 65,00

Donpeacorite xx

Mt. Vassiliko, Katakalaii, Andros Island, / Grecce; highly lustrous long-prismatic brownish crystals of 3 mm, intergrown to acicular aggregates, very rich on a Quartz-Spessartine matrix; KS 48,00; NS 125,00

Dorallcharite xx

Crven Dol Mine, Allchar, Majdan, Kavadarci, Roszdan / Macedonia / TYP; massive yellow to yellowish-beige microcrystalline aggregates on red Realgar matrix, with some grey Scorodite, colorless Gypsum and occasionally some Lorandite and Raguinite. These are probably the finest-known specimens of this rare Thallium Iron Sulfate; MM 65,00; KS 148,00; NS 320,00

Dozyite xx

Nikka Vord, Baltasound-Haroldswick area, Unst, Shetland Islands, Scotland / UK; glassy pale violet tabular crystals of 1 mm, inter grown to crystal aggregates to 1 cm on fracture zones in Magnesiochromite. Very good specimens of this rare Magnesium-Aluminum-silicate; KS 75,00; NS 125,00

Dravite X

Chawia, Taita Hills, Taita Taveta District, Coast Prov. / Kenya; gemmy orange-yellow "eye clear" Manganese-bearing Dravites of 1 cm, found in an alluvial deposit; KS 28,00

Dravite xx

Planitis Island, Panormos Bay, Tinos Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; highly lustrous dark brown crystals of 1 cm in Magnesiokatophorite-Muscovite matrix. Planitis is a small uninhabited Island in the Aegean Sea; KS 28,00

Dravite xx

Grasyma Quarry, Großer Waldstein, Weißenstadt, Fichtelgebirge, Franconia, Bavaria / Germany; brownish crystal aggregates of inter grown long prismatic Dravite crystals of 5 mm, together with some reddish brown tabular Lepidocrocite crystals in small cavities;
KS 19,00; NS 38,00

Dufrenite xx

"Hoff auf mich" Mine, Ullersreuth, Hirschberg, Vogtland, Thuringia / Germany / TYP; lustrous bright deep dark-green to nearly black 3mm spherical crystal aggregates, very rich on vugs in massive brownish Goethite matrix; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Dufrenoysite xx

Lengenbach Quarry, Im Feld, Binn Valley, Wallis / Switzerland / TYP; grey-metallic acicular aggregates of 8 mm on Dolomite matrix; KS 38,00

Duftite xx

Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otavi Mts., Otjikoto Region / Namibia / TYP; greenish crystal aggregates with some colorless Cerussite and blue Azurite crystals, scattered on a matrix of massive Duftite; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Dumortierite xx

Dehesa, Alpine, Laguna Mts., San Diego Co., California / USA; glassy radial-acicular violet crystal aggregates of 2 cm in white Sillimanite- Quartz matrix. Beautiful specimens; these are the nicest Dumortierites I have ever seen; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Dumortierite xx

Itremo, Ambatofinandrahana, Amoron'i Mania, Fianarantsoa Prov. / Madagascar; nice crystal clusters of long prismatic blue Dumortierite crystals of 2 cm, inter grown with pale blue Sillimanite and Quartz. Nice colorful specimens from a new find;
NS 28,00

Dundasite xls

Tynagh Mine, Killimor, Co. Galway, Ireland; "Pseudomorph of Dundasite after Cerussite". The rare Lead Aluminum Carbonate occurs as white radial-acicular crystals aggregates. Inter grown to massive aggregates up to 1 cm large long-prismatic "crystals"; KS 38,00

Dussertite xx

Clara Mine, Oberwolfach, Black Forest, Baden-Württemberg / Germany; yellowish-green crystals of 0,5 mm on Quartz-Limonite matrix; MM 14,00; KS 28,00

Dysprosium-Vigezzite (xx)

Österby Pegmatite, Österby, Gustavs, Säter, Dalarna / Sweden / TYP; dark brownish high lustrous glassy aggregates of 5 mm in Quartz Muscovite matrix. Dysprosium is in there the dominate Rare Earth element. From the view of chemistry is it a Vigezzite. The mineral is metamict and X ray amorphous; MM 48,00

Eastonite xx

Mt. Vassiliko, Katakalaii, Andros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; highly lustrous colorless-white tabular crystals of 2 mm, very rich in layer-like structures in metamorphic Quartzite; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Ecdemite xx

Langban Gruvan, Langban, Värmland / Sweden / TYP; yellowish-grey-greenish crystal aggregates very rich on a fracture zone in Andradite-Hematite matrix. Outstanding specimens, collected around 1900; KS 125,00

Eckermannite xx

Mt. Vassiliko, Katakalaii, Andros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; dark blue long-prismatic crystals of 5 mm, very rich on Quartz; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Edgarite xx

Kaskasnyunchorr, Khibiny Massif, Kola Peninsula, Rußland / TYP; black metallic tabular crystals of 0,3 mm, very rich with brass metallic Pyrrhotite in Quartz matrix; MM 28,00; KS 38,00

Edoylerite xx

Clear Creek Mine, Clear Creek Canyon, Diablo Range, San Benito Co., California / USA / TYP; yellow needle crystals and thin crystal aggregates on 3 mm to 5 mm large cavities in reddish-grey metallic vein-like Cinnabar aggregates in Quartz-Serpentinite matrix. Nice specimens from a new find in February 2014; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Eitelite xx

Westvaco Mine, Green River, Sweetwater Co., Wyoming / USA; silky, pale-yellowish-brown, long prismatic, well terminated, semi-transparent single crystals and crystal aggregates of 3 cm (KS) to 4,5 cm (NS). These are the finest-known specimens of this very rare Sodium-Magnesium-Bicarbonate; KS 65,00; NS 148,00

Eitelite xx

Westvaco Mine, Green River, Sweetwater Co., Wyoming / USA; lustrous silky long-prismatic, pale yellowish-brown, semi-transparent, well-terminated single crystals and crystal aggregates of 2,5 cm (KS) to 4,5 cm (NS). These are the finest known specimens of this very rare Sodium-Magnesium-Bicarbonate; KS 38,00; NS 95,00

Ekanite xx

Case Collina Quarry, Pitigliano, Grosseto Prov., Tuscany / Italy; pale green glassy crystals up to 1 mm isolated in vugs in Sanidine Augite matrix; KS 19,00

Ekanite xx

Oh Sung Taung, Mogok, Mandaley Region / Myanmar; dark green long prismatic crystal aggregates of 2 cm in Wollastonite Diopside matrix; KS 75,00

Elaterite

Windy Knoll Quarry, Castleton, Derbyshire, England / UK; Elaterite is a natural kind of rubber developed during thermal processes. Dark brown rubber-like aggregates of pure Elaterite; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Elbait xx

Haapaluoma Pegmatit, Peräseinäjoki, Vaasa, Länsi-Suomen Lääni / Finnland; violette hochglänzende um 3 cm große langprismatische Kristalle, sehr reich neben hell-grünlich-grauen um 4 cm großen Spodumen Kristallen und Quarz. Sehr schöne Stufen von diesem altem klassischen Fundort; KS 19,00; NS 28,00; HS 38,00

Eleonorite xls

Gutglück Mine, Braunfels, Wetzlar, Hesse / Germany; red-brownish glassy luster long prismatic crystals up to 2 mm, very rich on 2 cm large cavities in dark brownish Iron ore matrix. Pretty specimens of the new Iron-Phosphate; NS 38,00; HS 65,00

Eleonorite xls 
IMA 2015-003

Eleonore Mine, Rodheim-Bieber, Hesse / Germany / TYP; this new Iron Phosphate forms bright red-brown long prismatic crystals of
3 mm, very rich on vugs in brownish Goethite matrix; KS 38,00 

Ellenbergerite xx

Dora Maira Massive, Val Varaita, Cuneo Provinz, Piemont / Italien / TYP; violet crystals up to 5 mm very rich as inclusions in Pyrope Coesite megablasts from the ultra-high-pressure metamorphic formation. Develop in a depth more than 100 km !!; KS 19,00; NS 38,00

Ellenbergerite xx

Dora Maira Massive, Val Varaita, Cuneo Provinz, Piedmont / Italy / TYP; violet crystals to 2 mm as inclusions in Pyrope-Coesite megablasts from this ultra-high-pressure metamorphic formation. Developed at a depth of more than 100 km; KS 28,00

Ellingsenit xx
IMA 2009-041

Aris Quarry, Aris, Windhoek, Khomas Region / Namibia / TYP; weiße aus hochglänzenden Kristallen aufgebaute um 1 mm große Kristallaggregate auf kleinen Kluftzonen in Phonolit Matrix; MM 48,00; KS 75,00

Elpasolite xls

Le Cetine Mine, Rosia, Chiusdino, Siena Prov., Tuscany / Italy; colorless isometric crystals of 1 mm with some Gypsum and Quartz crystals on vugs in grey matrix; KS 38,00

Elpasolite xx

Le Cetine Mine, Rosia, Chiusdino, Siena Prov., Tuscany / Italy; colorless isometric crystals of 1 mm, with some Gypsum and Quartz crystals in vugs; KS 48,00

Elpidite xx

Mt. Malosa Massif, Zomba, Malawi; pale beige long-prismatic crystals of 3 cm on Quartz. Elpidite from Mt. Malosa is extremely rare. Only a few specimens are available; KS 75,00; NS 145,00

Emeleusite xls 

Illutalik Island, Ilimaussaq, Narsaq, Kujalleq/ Greenland / TYP; glassy pale brownish massive crystal aggregates of pure Emeleusite, very good specimens of the rare Lithium Silicate; KS 28,00 

Emeleusite (xx) 

Igdlutalik Island, Ilimaussaq, Narsaq, Kitaa / Greenland / TYP; glassy pale brownish massive aggregates of pure Emeleusite, very good specimens of this rare Lithium Silicate; KS 28,00 

Emerald xl

Magara Mine, Lake Manyara, Arusha, Masai Steppe / Tanzania; emerald green bright luster gemmy prismatic single crystals of
1,5 cm (KS) to 2 cm (NS).
Pretty specimens from a newly find; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Emmonsite xx

San Miguel Mine, Moctezuma, Sonora / Mexico; green radial rounded aggregates on vugs in Barite matrix; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Emplectite xls 

Shaft 235, Antonsthal, Breitenbrunn, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; grey metallic needle-like crystals of 5 mm in a white Quartz matrix. Interesting specimens from a new find; NS 28,00 

Enstatite xls

Aheim, Almklovdalen, Vanylven, More og Romsdal / Norway; pale brownish Enstatite crystals of 1,5 cm, beside of some dark green Omphacite xls, green Diopside, red Pyrope and beige Forsterite. This are very good specimens of a very rare type of rock. It is "Garnet-Lherzolith"; NS 48,00; HS 95,00

Enstatite xx

Sykes Rock, 3 miles NE of Longvale, Mendocino Co., California / USA; green long-prismatic crystals to 1 cm, intergrown to massive crystal aggregates of pure Enstatite; KS 19,00; NS 28,00; HS 38,00

Enstatite xx

Visper Valley, Stalden, Zermat, Wallis / Switzerland; lustrous dark green long prismatic crystals of 2 cm, very rich on massive Enstatite matrix. Nice old specimen, collected around 1890; HS 75,00

Enstatite xx

Scimfuss, Pontino Alp, Tremola Valley, Central St Gotthard Massif, Leventina, Tessin / Schweiz; very nice crystal cluster of lustrous long prismatic green crystals of 5 cm. Nice old specimen collected around 1920; HS 125,00

Eosphorite xx

Seco Claim, Taquaral, Itinga, Aracuai, Minas Gerais / Brazil; lustrous well terminated brownish long prismatic crystals of 2 cm
(MM = single crystals) (KS and NS size on Albite matrix); very pretty specimens; MM 19,00; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Epididymite xls 

Kuannersuit Plateau, Ilimaussaq Complex, Narsaq, Kujalleq/ Greenland;lustrous bright white long-tabular crystals of 2 cm with some Albite matrix; KS 38,00; NS 65,00 

Epididymite xx

Kuannersuit Plateau, Ilimaussaq Complex, Narsaq, Kitaa Prov. / Greenland; tabular white crystals of 1,5 cm, inter grown to 4 cm crystal aggregates on Albite matrix; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Epidote xls 

Mt. Zard, Maldeen, Ras Koh Mts., Kharan District, Balochistan / Pakistan; dark green bright luster well terminated tabular single crystals of 4,5 cm (KS) to 6 cm (NS). The Epidote crystals containing inclusions of Magnetite, it makes this crystals real magnetic !!, I never have see magnetism on a silicate mineral; KS 14,00; NS 19,00

Epidote-(Sr) xx

Benallt Mine, Rhiw, Llanfaelrhys, Lleyn Peninsula, Gwynedd, Wales / UK; red-brownish long-prismatic crystals to 1 mm in Celsian matrix; MM 65,00

Epistilbite xls

Gelbe Birke Mine, Schwarzenberg, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; colorless long prismatic crystals of 2 mm, grown on a matrix of 1 cm large Fluorite crystals; KS 38,00

Ericssonit (xx)

Langban, Värmland / Schweden / TYP; dunkel-orange-braune bis fast schwarze tafelige um 5 mm große Kristalle als epitaxtische Verwachsungen mit Orthoericssonit, dicht verwachsen zu blockigen Aggregaten in Rhodonit-Hausmannit Matrix;
MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Ericssonite (xx)

Langban Gruvan, Langban, Värmland / Sweden / TYP; dark-orange-brown tabular crystals of 5 mm, very rich in blocky aggregates in Rhodonite-Hausmannite matrix; KS 48,00; NS 95,00

Erionite-K xx

Reese River Reservoir, Carico Lake Valley, 50 km north of Austin, Lander Co., Nevada / USA; massive white woolly aggregates of pure Erionite-K. The individual fibres are less than 1 µm in diameter and 0,1-10 mm long. Such unusual Erionite-K is so far known only from this remote occurrence in Nevada; KS 38,00

Esquireite xls 

Gun Claim, 4 km s/e of Wilson Lake, 16 km s/e of Mt. Itsi, 155 km n/e of Ross River, Yukon Territory / Canada; this new Barium-Silicate occurs as very rich pale brownish glassy botryoidal radial acicular, several square centimetre crystal aggregates on massive white Sanbornite matrix. Outstanding, world class specimens from "the end of the world"; KS 75,00; NS 125,00

Esquireite xls 
IMA2014-066 

Big Creek, Pine Flat Lake, Trimmer, Fresno Co., California / USA / TYP; the new rare Barium-Silicateforms white silky crystals aggegates of 2 cm, very rich on thin fracture zones in Sanbornite matrix. Very rich specimens for a new species !!;
KS 85,00; NS 125,00

Eudialyte xls

Norra Kärr, Gränna, Jönköping, Smaland / Sweden; violet glassy luster well terminated idiomorphic crystals of 1,5 cm in Albite-Nepheline matrix. Well terminated idiomorphic Eudialyte crystals are quit uncommon; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Eudialyte xx

Kangerdluarssuq, Ilimaussaq complex, Narsaq, Kitaa Prov. / Greenland / TYP; lustrous red-brownish well terminated 1,5 cm crystals on massive Eudialyite matrix. Old specimens collected around 1920; KS 38,00

Eudidymite xx

Mt.Malosa Massiv, Zomba / Malawi; well terminated sharp tabular-blocky single white crystals of 3 cm (KS) to 4 cm (NS) from a new find; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Eugsterite xx

Caleta Pabellon de Pica, Punta Colina, Iquique, I Region / Chile; colorless to white needle like crystals of 0,5 mm, very rich with some tan Darapskite on Halite matrix; KS 65,00; NS 95,00

Eugsterite xx

Eagle Borax Spring, Death Valley, Inyo Co., California / USA; very rich white efflorescence on evaporated Halite-Gypsum matrix; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Eugsterite xx

Bartensleben Shaft, Morsleben, Börde, Saxony Anhalt / Germany; acicular white crystal aggregates of 1,5 mm, on red-brownish Polyhalite-Halite matrix. This is the first find of this very rare Na-Ca-sulfate in Germany; KS 48,00

Eulytin (xx)

Weißer Hirsch, Schneeberg, Erzgebirge, Sachsen / Deutschland / TYP; "Pseudomorphose nach Feder-Wismut". Graue glasige
um 4 cm große Aggregate mit federartiger Struktur aus reinem Eulytin, begleitet von hellgelbem Bismutit auf Gneis Matrix. Es sind mit Abstand die am reichsten Eulytine die ich je sah. Fund um 1980; KS 48,00; NS 125,00

Eurekadumpite xx
IMA 2009-072

Centennial Eureka Mine, East Tintic Mts., Juab Co., Utah / USA / TYP; turquoise-blue radial-tabular rosettes and ball-like aggregates of 0.5 mm in vugs in a Quartz matrix. Good specimens of this new Cu-Zn-Tellurite-Arsenate; MM 48,00; KS 75,00

Evenkit xx

Saumane, Orpierre, Hautes-Alpes, Alpes-Côte d'Azur / Frankreich; farblose wachsartige Krusten auf kleinen Coelestin Kristallen auf Kluftzonen in Ton Geoden; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Evenkite

Boryslav, Tysmenytsia River, Galizia, L'viv Oblast / Ukraine; dark brownish waxy massive aggregates of Evenkite intermix with other Paraffin and Hydrocarbons phases; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Evenkite xx

Slávik adit, Dubník, Presov Co., Presov Region / Slovakia; colorless prismatic single crystals of 12 mm, this is giant for Evenkite crystals; MM 38,00

Fabianite (xx)

Rehden, Diepholz, Lower Saxony / Germany/ TYP; micro- crystalline white grains; Capsule 95,00

Fabriesite (xls) 

Tawmaw, Hpakant, Mohnyin, Kachin State / Myanmar / TYP; the extremly rare Na-Al-Silicate Fabriesite occurs inter grown withTrinepheline and Nepheline as 20 µm-large skeletal crystals in white acicular 5 mm crystal aggregates of an inter mixture of Natrolite-Albite in a pale green Jadeite matrix; MM 95,00; KS 148,00 

Falcondoit xx

Loma Peguera, Falcondo Plant, Bonao, Monseñor Nouel Prov. / Dominikanische Republik / TYP; grüne hochglänzende wachsartige traubige massive Kristallaggregate aus reinem Falcondoit zum Teil mit etwas olivgrünem Willemseit;
MM 19,00; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Falcondoite (xls) 

Loma Peguera, Bonao, Monsenor Nouel Prov. / Dominican Republic / TYP; this rare Nickel analog of Sepiolite forms pale greenish-blue 2 cm aggregates of pure Falcondoite, inter grown with Quartz crystals to form massive and quite pretty specimens;
KS 38,00; NS 65,00 

Famatinite xls

Pulacayo Mine, Huanchaca, Antonio Quijarro Prov., Potosí Dept. / Bolivia; grayish-brown metallic Famatinite crystals of 3 mm, beside of some Bournonite and Pyrite crystals on cavities in massive Famatinite-Pyrite matrix; KS 19,00; NS 38,00

Fangite xx

Crven Dol Mine, Allchar, Majdan, Kavadarci, Roszdan / Macedonia; this very rare Thallium Arsenic Sulfide has developed dark orange microcrystalline aggregates on yellow Orpiment and sometimes also immediately beside dark red Lorandite. Very good specimens; MM 48,00; KS 85,00; NS 225,00

Farneseite xls 

Fossodella Nova, Farnese,Viterbo Prov., Latium / Italy / TYP; colorless hexagonal prismatic 1 mm crystals in vugs in Sanidine matrix; MM 65,00 

Farneseite xx

Fosso della Nova, Farnese, Viterbo Prov., Latium / Italy / TYP; colorless hexagonal prismatic 1 mm crystals in vugs in Sanidine matrix; MM 48,00

Farringtonite (xx)

Springwater Meteorite, Springwater, Saskatchewan / Canada / TYP; glassy yellowish-brown aggregates of 1 cm in a Pallasite matrix. Polished slabs of 3 cm to 4 cm with large Farringtonite inclusion, together with Olivine, Kamacite, Taenite and Schreibersite. Outstandingly good specimens of this rare meteoritic mineral; KS 245,00; HS = 8 cm x 6 cm; 1.200,00

Fassinaite xx

La Cruz Mine, Linares, Jaén, Andalusia / Spain; this very rare Lead-Thiosulphate-Carbonate forms colorless to pale greenish needle like crystals of 1 mm, together with white long tabular Lanarkite crystals and violet needle crystals of Elyite on vugs in a mid century slag; KS 48,00

Favreauite xls
IMA 2014-013  

Mina El Dragon, Antonio Quijarro Prov, Potosi Dept. / Bolivien / TYP; the very rare Pb-Bi-Cu-Selenide forms green to dark greenish crystal aggregates of 1 mm in Krutaite-Penroseite matrix. Only few specimens available; MM 125,00

Fe-analog of Adranosite xx

Grube Anna, Alsdorf, Aachen, North Rhine-Westphalia / Germany / TYP; pale-yellowish-green needle crystal aggregates of 0,5 mm very rich with white Boussingaultite. The new Iron Analog of Adranosite develop on a burning Coal dump. Regarding the new IMA rules is it a anthropogenic phase (see also in mindat.org); KS 38,00

Feitknechtite xx

Mossgruvan, Nordmark, Värmland / Sweden; nice crystal-aggregates of dark brownish tabular sub-metallic 3 mm crystals;
MM 19,00; KS 38,00

Fejerite xx

Mina Ojuela, Mapimi, Mun. de Mapimi, Durango / Mexico / TYP; the new rare copper-Chlorine-Fluor-Hydroxide forms blue tabular 1 mm aggregates together with Malachite in Cuprite matrix; MM 85,00; KS 125,00

Felsöbanyaite xx

Chickerell brick pit, Chickerell, Weymouth, Dorset, England / UK; microcrystalline white aggregates of 2 cm, very rich on a matrix of colorless Gypsum crystals; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Fencooperite (xx)

Trumbull Peak, Incline, Mariposa Co., California / USA / TYP; glassy dark brownish to nearly black crystal aggregates 1 to 2 mm together with tabular red Gillespite and brownish Pellyite in Sanbornite-Quartz matrix; KS 85,00

Ferricoronadite xls 

Cowshill, Weardale, Durham Co., England / UK; this new rare Lead-Manganese-Iron-Oxide forms deep dark grey submetallic botryoidal massive aggregates of pure Ferricoronadite; KS 95,00 

Ferrierite-K xx

Kanan Road Cut, Agoura, Santa Monica Mts., Los Angeles Co., California / USA / TYP; white radial acicular crystal aggregates of 1 mm on vugs together with Chalcedony in Rhyolite matrix; MM 48,00

Ferri-fluoro-leakeite xls 

Norra Kärr Alkaline Pegmatite field, Gränna, Jönköping, Smaland / Sweden; lustrous dark greenish-blue long prismatic crystals of 5 mm, rich in colorless Quartz-Feldspar matrix. Quite good specimens of this rare Silicate; KS 38,00 

Ferri-fluoro-tschermakite xx

Morle et Mica, Perros-Guirec, Lannion, Brittany / France; dark greenish acicular crystal aggregates of 2 cm, very rich in Quartz Feldspar matrix. Very good specimens of the extremely rare silicate; KS 95,00

Ferri-ghoseite xx

Otjosondu Hill, Otjozondjupa Region / Namibia; glassy violet long prismatic crystals of 3 mm in Pyroxene-Braunite matrix; KS 65,00

Ferriholandite xx

Mt. Sörharas, Ultevis, Jokkmokk, Lappland / Sweden; grey metallic long prismatic crystals of 2 cm, very rich in Quartz matrix. Very good specimens of the new Barium-Manganese-Iron-Oxide; KS 48,00; NS 65,00

Ferri-leakeite xls 

Norra Kärr Alkaline Pegmatite field, Gränna, Jönköping, Smaland / Sweden; lustrous dark-greenish blue  long prismatic crystals of 5 mm, rich in layered Quartz-Feldspar matrix. Quite good specimens of this rare Silicate; KS 65,00 

Ferrimolybdite xx

Mina Malta, Huatacondo, Collahuasi, Atacama Desert, I Region / Chile; highly-lustrous 2 mm yellow radial-acicular aggregates very rich on vugs in Quartz matrix, pretty; KS 28,00

Ferrinatrite xx

Mina La Compañia, Caracoles, Sierra Gorda, II Region, Atacama Desert / Chile / TYP; very nice rich specimens with colorless to very pale green prismatic crystals of 1 cm on Quartz matrix. These are the finest Ferrinatrite specimens I have ever seen;
KS 48,00; NS 95,00

Ferri-obertiite xls
IMA 2015-076

Rothenberg, Bell, Eifel, Rhineland-Palatinate / Germany; pale pinkish glassy long prismatic crystals to 1,5 mm on a cavity in ejected Lava boulder; KS 65,00

Ferri-pedrizite xls 

Arroyo de la Yedra, Manzanaresel Real, Madrid / Spain / TYP; this rare Lithium-bearing Silicate forms glassy long-prismatic olive green crystals to 0,5 mm in Episyenite matrix; MM 48,00 

Ferripyrophyllite xx

Salt Spring Creek, 3,5 miles north east of Cloverdale, Mendocino Co., California / USA; highly lustrous aggregates of brownish
0,5 mm tabular crystals in thin fracture zones, on a highly metamorphic Hematite-Quartz matrix; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Ferrisadanagaite xx

Mogok, Sagaing District, Mandalay / Myanmar; black highly lustrous aggregates of 5 mm of pure Ferrisadanagaite; MM 75,00

Ferristilpnomelane xx

Laytonville Quarry, Laytonville, Coastal Range, Mendocino Co., California / USA; bright brownish tabular crystals of 5 mm, very rich in Quartz-Spessartine matrix, nice specimens; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Ferrisurite xls 

Shirley Ann Claim, Big Dodd Spring, Cottonwood Mts, Inyo Co., California / USA / TYP; the very rare Lead-Iron-Silicate forms olive green radial acicular crystal aggregates of 1cm on Quartz Matrix. Very good specimens from the Type-material collect in 1989. The location are located in very remount and difficult to approach area north of; MM 48,00; KS 75,00

Ferritaramite xx

Pieta Creek, 5 miles north east of Cloverdale, Mendocino Co., California / USA; long-prismatic black crystals of 1 cm, very rich in Quartz matrix. Very rich specimens of this rare Amphibole; KS 65,00

Ferri-taramite xx

Mine Collioux, St. Luc, Val d´Anniviers, Wallis / Switzerland; dark blue crystals of 3 mm very rich on vugs in Quartz;
MM 28,00; KS 38,00

Ferri-tschermakite xx

Pressnitz Valley, Jöhstadt, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; black bright lustrous well terminated prismatic crystals of 1 cm on Quartz matrix. Outstanding good specimens of the rare Silicate; KS 85,00; NS 148,00

Ferritungstite xx

Gifurwe Mine, Cyeru, Ruhengeri Prov. / Rwanda; rich yellowish-brown aggregates of minute crystals, on vugs in Ferberite aggregates (Reinite) of 1 cm, in a Quartz matrix; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Ferrivauxite xls
IMA 2014-003  

Mina Siglo Vente, Llallagua, Bustillo Prov., Potosi Dept. / Bolivia / TYP; the new Fe-Al-Phosphate are the rarest member of the Vauxite group. Ferrivauxite forms brownish radial crystals aggregates of 3 mm on Quartz crystals. Associated with blue Vauxite crystals and beige Crandallite. Nice specimens; KS 125,00; NS 165,00

Ferriwinchite (xx)

Kiona Bay, Kiona, Tinos Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; glassy bluish-gray needle-like crystals intergrown with Winchite as acicular aggregates of 1 cm, with some greenish Epidote, Almandine and dark blue Glaucophane; KS 38,00

Ferri-winchite xx

Langban, Filipstad, Värmland / Sweden; lustrous bright orange-brownish prismatic crystals of 0,5 mm, inter grown to massive crystal aggregates of 2 cm. Together with black 4 mm thick layers of fine-grained Jacobsite; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Ferro-actinolite xx

Pöhla, Schwarzenberg, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; dark green acicular crystals of 2 cm inter grown to massive crystal aggregates. Newly examined historic specimens; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Ferro-aluminoceladonit (xx)

Kürn, Regensburg, Oberpfalz, Bayern / Deutschland; grüner Chrom-reicher Ferro-aluminoceladonit als reiche mikroskopische Einschlüsse in grünlich-grauem Chalcedon; MM 48,00; KS 85,00

Ferroan-Bismutite xx

Alto de Furnas Pegmatite, Equador, Rio Grande do Norte / Brazil / TYP; highly waxy massive beige-gray to pale brownish crystal aggregates as pseudomorphs after Bismuthinite crystals. This is an unusually well crystallized and extremely Iron-rich Bismutite with a chemistry of (Bi0,6 Fe0,3 Al0,1)2O2(CO3); KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Ferroan-Fluoro-edenite (xx)

Yamato Mts., Mizuho Plateau, 200 km s/w of Lüzow Holm Bay, King Maud Land / East-Antarctica; glassy greenish-black crystals of 5 mm with some Muscovite in a Plagioclase matrix. Absolutely unique specimens from an extremely remote location; KS 65,00

Ferroan-Kyanite X

Nani, Loliondo, Arusha Region / Tanzania; orange to orange-brown transparent gemmy long prismatic crystals of 4 cm (KS) to 6 cm (NS), in partial gem quality. This for Kyanite´s outstanding rare orange color are develop by a small amount of Iron what replaced Aluminum in the elemental cell; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Ferrocarpholite (xx)
in Quarz crystals

Diamantina, Minas Gerais / Brazil; pinkish silky long- fibrous crystals to1,5 cm as very rich inclusions in rose  Quartz crystals to 4 cm. Very nice and unique specimens; KS 28,00

Ferrocarpholite xx

Wipper Valley, Biesenrode, Harz Mts., Saxony Anhalt / Germany; massive greenish-yellow-brown acicular vein-like crystal aggregates of 3 cm, very rich in Quartz. Very good specimens from a new find; KS 28,00; NS 38,00; HS 48,00

Ferro-chloro-pargasite xx

St Christoph Mine, Breitenbrunn, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; glassy acicular black crystal aggregates of 1 cm, very rich with black metallic Magnetite. Re-examined historic specimens; KS 75,00

Ferro-eckermannite xx

Mt. Vassiliko, Katakalaii, Andros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; long-prismatic black crystals of 1 cm, very rich in layer-like structures in metamorphic Quartzite; KS 38,00; NS 48,00

Ferro-fluoro-edenite xx

Yamato Mts., Mizuho Plateau, 200 km s/w of Lüzow Holm Bay, King Maud Land / East Antarctica; black glassy crystals of
5 mm in Plagioclase matrix. Absolutely unique specimens from a extremely remote location; MM 48,00; KS 75,00

Ferrogedrit xx

Skisshyttan, Väster - Silvberg, Ludvika, Dalarna / Schweden; dunkelgrüne glasige langstrahlige um bis 4 cm große sonnenartige Kristallaggregate in heller Leptit Matrix. Bisher war von diesem Fundgebiet nur Gedrit bekannt. Analysen zeigen aber, das in einigen der Leptit-Linsen der Gedrit deutlich Fe-dominat ist. Mit um 2,5 cm großen Kristallen dürften es wohl die besten bisher nachgewiesenen Ferrogedrit sein; NS 38,00; HS 65,00

Ferroglaucophane xx Almandine xx

Cap Grammata, Gria Spilia, Syros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; deep dark blue to nearly black long-prismatic glassy crystals of
5 mm, intergrown to massive acicular aggregates, together with very nice well-terminated reddish-brown Almandine crystals of 4 mm; NS 28,00; HS 38,00

Ferrohögbomite-2N2S

Myan Gyi Mine, Thurein Taung, Mogok, Sagaing District, Mandalay / Myanmar; black semi metallic crystals of 8 mm. Outstanding good specimens of this very rare Fe-Al-Ti-oxide; MM 95,00

Ferroindialite xx

Durham Ranch, Wright, Reno Junction, Campbell Co., Wyoming / USA; orange-red-brownish glassy aggregates of 1 cm inter grown with Anorthite in Paralava; KS 48,00; NS 65,00

Ferrokentbrooksite (xx)

Skutesundskaer, Barkevik, Langesundsfjorden, Larvik, Vestfold / Norwegen; orange brownish glassy crystal aggregates of 2 cm in Nepheline-Feldspar matrix. Old specimens collect all round 1960; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Ferrokentbrooksite xx

Água de Pau Volcano, San Miguel Island, Azores Isands / Portugal; orange-yellow crystals of 1 mm on Albite-Aegirine matrix, developed in peralkaline syenites ejecta; MM 19,00

Ferrokinoshitalite xx

Gun Claim, 16 km s/e of Itzy Mts., 44 km south of MacMilliam Pass, Yukon Territory / Canada; dark brownish tabular crystals of
1,5 mm in Barium-bearing Anorthite; MM 125,00

Ferrolaueite xx

Emmerichswalde, Neißeaue, Görlitz, Oberlausitz, Saxony / Germany; pale yellow long prismatic crystals of 0,5 mm on fractures in siliceous rocks; MM 48,00

Ferroleakeite (xx)

Khan Bogdo Massive, Gobi Desert / Mongolia / TYP; dark greenish long-prismatic crystals of 5 mm intergrown on a fine-grained orange Albite matrix; MM 28,00; KS 38,00

Ferromerrillite (xx)

Elechol ra Nguruhei, Ngaramasch, Angaur Island, Pallau Archipelago / South Pacific; glassy dark-greenish 2 mm aggregates inter-grown with grey microcrystalline Fluorapatite; MM 148,00

Ferropargasite (xx)

Sassi Neri Mine, Capoliveri, Elba Island, Tuscany / Italy; black tabular crystals of 5 mm, very rich in skarn matrix; KS 28,00

Ferrorosemaryite xx

Buranga Pegmatite, Gatumba, Western Prov. / Rwanda; dark olive-green crystals of 0,5 mm, very rich as 1 cm aggregates on Quartz-Albite matrix. Buranga is the second world-wide locality for this extremely rare Na-Fe-Al-Phosphate; MM 65,00; KS 95,00

Fersmit xx

Mount Brussilof Mine, Radium Hot Springs, British Columbia / Canada; schwarze hochglänzende langprismatische um 3 mm große Kristalle, auf Kluftzonen in Kristallaggregaten aus weißen um 1,5 cm großen Magnesit Kristallen; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Fersmite xx

Alpe Rosso, Orcesco, Val Vigezzo, Val d'Ossola, Verbano-Cusio-Ossola, Piedmont / Italy; olive-brownish transparent crystal of 1 mm in white Albite matrix; KS 19,00

Fetiasite xx

Grob, Lercheltini, Binn Valley, Wallis / Switzerland / TYP; dark-brownish to black semi-metallic well-terminated prismatic crystals. (MM) = single crystals of 6 mm; (KS) = crystals of 3 mm on matrix; (NS) = several crystals of 5 mm on matrix. Outstanding good specimens collected in September 1999; MM 48,00; KS 65,00; NS 225,00

fibrous Obsidian  

Obsidian Dome, Mammoth Lake, Mono Co., California / USA; This is a hair-like fibrous Obsidian. During a second phase, a hot gas stream passes inside the volcanic glass and creates large masses of parallel fibrous aggregates on Obsidian matrix;
NS 19,00; HS 38,00 

Filipstadite (xx)

Langban Gruvan, Langban, Värmland / Sweden / TYP; black micro crystals of 0,3 mm, very rich with some Jacobsite in Calcite matrix; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Filipstadite xx

Langban, Filipstad, Värmland / Sweden / TYP; lustrous black metallic crystals of 0,5 mm in Calcite-Jacobsite matrix;
MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Filipstadite (xls) 

Jacobsberg, Nordmark, Värmland / Sweden; nearly massive aggregates of intergrown 1 mm crystals in Calcite matrix. Very rich samples of this rare Antimony-Manganese-Oxide; KS 38,00 

Fire Agate

El Cobre, Mun, Mun. de Tepezalá,, Aguascalientes / Mexico; red-brownish strongly iridescent polished agates, pretty material;
KS 28,00

Fleischerit xx

Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otjikoto Region, Otavi Mts. / Namibia / TYP; hell rosa-farbiger um 5 mm langer nadeliger Einzelkristall; Capsel 38,00

Florencit-(La) xx

João Torres Mine, Muqui, Espírito Santo / Brasilien; rote bis rotbraune Kristalle und massive feine Aggregate auf Spalt und Kluftzonen auf um 3 cm großen orangebraunen Monazit-(Ce) Kristallen, zum Teil mit etwas hellgelblich-braunen Enalit; KS 28,00

Flörkeite xx

Caspar Quarry, Bellerberg, Ettringen, Eifel Mts, Rhineland-Palatinate / Germany / TYP; nice crystal clusters of intergrown 0,3 mm crystals on vugs, together with some Vertumnite and other minerals. Very good specimens of this new Zeolite from the Eifel Mts.; KS 38,00

Fluellite xls

Leveäniemi Mine, Svappavaara, Kiruna, Lappland / Sweden; white prismatic crystals of 3 mm, very rich beside of some radial-cicular Beraunite on vugs in Magnetite-Hematite-matrix. Old specimens collect around 1980; KS 28,00

Fluellite xx

Willard Mine, Pershing Co., Nevada / USA; gemmy colorless crystals of 3 mm very rich on matrix, together with some pale greenish-grey Wavellite crystals; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Fluoborite xls

Bodnar Quarry, Rudetown, Sussex Co., New Jersey / USA; pale beige glassy hexagonal prismatic crystals of 5 mm beside of some orange brownish Chondrodite crystals and grey metallic tabular Graphite crystals on white Calcite matrix; KS 28,00

Fluoborite xx

Tall Gruvan, Kallmora, Norberg, Västmanland / Sweden / TYP; waxy, lustrous, colorless to pale grayish long-prismatic crystals of 1 cm in a black Ludwigite matrix.  Very old specimens, collected around 1923; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Fluocerite-(Ce) xx

Little Patsy Pegmatite, Foxton, South Platte, Jefferson Co., Colorado / USA; pale brownish well terminated single crystals of
2 cm (KS) to 5 cm (NS) particular on some Quartz or Feldspar matrix. This are the best one (and also the only one) crystals of Fluorcerite-(Ce) I have seen ever; KS 85,00; NS 225,00

Fluocerite-(Ce) xx

Little Patsy Pegmatite, Foxton, South Platte, Jefferson Co., Colorado / USA; pale brownish well terminated single crystals of 2,5 cm (KS) to 5 cm (NS) overgrown with a thin coating of red-brownish Bastnäsite-(Ce) crystals some with Quartz or Feldspar matrix;
KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Fluorapatite (xx)

Elephant Bay, Pebble Island, Falkland Islands, South Atlantic / UK; pale brownish alluvial aggregates of massive Fluorapatite, old samples collected around 1900 in a very remote location of the British empire; KS 38,00

Fluorapatite X

Gaviao, Ipira, Bahia / Brazil; highly lustrous hexagonal blue prismatic doubly terminated single crystals of 4 cm x 1.5 cm, very nice specimens; KS 28,00

Fluorapatite xl

Imilchil, Er Rachidia Prov., Meknès-Tafilalet Region / Morocco; yellowish green gemmy sharp well terminated single crystals of
1,5 cm x 1 cm, nice specimens; MM 12,00

Fluorapatite xl 

Cerro de Mercado Mine, Victoria de Durango, Cerro de los Remedios, Durango / Mexico; nice bright greenish-yellow gemmy well terminated single crystals of 2 cm (around 7 Gramm each).Suitable as a standard for analysis; KS 12,00 

Fluorapatite xx

João Pego pegmatite, Jenipapo, Itinga, Jequitinhonha Valley, Minas Gerais / Brazil; acicular beige 1 mm thick crystal crust covering aggregates of 5 cm Quartz crystals as a "Perimorphose". Unique material: I have never seen the like before;
NS 38,00; HS 85,00

Fluorapatite xx

Golconda pegmatite, Governador Valadares, Doce Valley, Minas Gerais / Brazil; pale blue transparent gemmy hexagonal-prismatic crystals of 4 mm very rich with some white Bertrandite crystals on a matrix of tabular white Albite crystals Muscovite and Quartz. Very beautiful specimens from a new find; KS 28,00; NS 48,00; HS 125,00

Fluorapatite xx

Horní Slavkov, Schlaggenwald, Karlovy Vary, Bohemia / Czech Republic; pale violet to colorless bright luster crystals of 5 mm, very rich on a 7 cm x 6 cm large pocket zone on Quartz matrix. Old specimen with a historic label; HS 75,00

Fluorarrojadite-(NaFe) (xx)

Hagendorf, Waidhaus, Upper Palatinate, Bavaria / Germany / TYP; dark brownish aggregates of 2 mm, inter grown with Heterosite and other Phosphates; MM 125,00

Fluorbritholit-(Y) xx IMA 2009-005

Nedre Lapplegret Quarry, Nedre Lapplegret Quarry, Tysfjord, Nordland / Norwegen; orange-braune glasige um bis 1 mm große Kristalle neben hell-rosa beigen um bis 3 mm großen Fluorthalenite-(Y) Kristallen und dunkel-braunen Allanit-(Ce) in hell-gelblich grauer glasiger Yttrofluorit Matrix; KS 75,00; NS 125,00

Fluorbritholite-(Ce) (xx)

Rusty Gold claim, Jamestown, Boulder Co., Colorado / USA; glassy brownish-grayish-violet crystal aggregates of 3 cm of pure Fluorbritholite-(Ce), surrounded by black Allanite-(Ce) in an Albite matrix. This new find has brought out the best-known specimens of this rare Cerium-Calcium-Silicate of the Apatite subgroup; KS 48,00; NS 85,00

Fluorbritholite-(Ce) (xx)

Rusty Gold claim, Jamestown, Boulder Co., Colorado / USA; brownish grayish violet glassy crystal aggregates of 3 cm of pure Fluorbritholite-(Ce), surrounded by black Allanite-(Ce) in Albite matrix. This new find bring out the best known specimens of the rare Cerium-Calcium-Silicate of the Apatite subgroup; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Fluorcalciopyrochlore xx

Orberg Quarry, Badberg, Schelingen, Kaiserstuhl, Baden-Württemberg / Germany; orange brownish by-pyramidal crystals of
1 mm with some pale greenish Barium rich Phlogopite in Calcite matrix; KS 38,00

Fluor-dravite xls 

Hartenberg Pegmatite, Lunzenau, Granulite Mts, Saxony / Germany; dark brownish glassy acicular crystals of 1,5 cm, very rich on Quartz and Mica matrix. Nice old specimens, collected around 1951 (from the old label); NS 48,00 

Fluor-Dravite xls

Koksha Valley, Badakhshan Prov. / Afghanistan; blue semi transparent gemmy well terminated short prismatic crystals of 1,5 cm (KS) to 2,5 cm (NS) on pale green Muscovite matrix. Very nice specimens. This are the finest Fluor-Dravite specimens I have seen ever; KS 65,00; NS 95,00

Fluor-dravite xx

Kefalos Hill, Skotini Bay, Galissas, Syros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; black highly luster crystals to 5 mm and crystal aggregates to 2 cm in green acicular Jadeite matrix; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Fluor-dravite xx

Bjordammen, Bamble, Telemark / Norway; lustrous dark brownish well terminated crystals of 3 mm, with pale greenish blue Cordierite crystals of 1,5 cm and black metallic Ilmenite aggregates of 1 cm in Quartz matrix. Interesting material; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Fluor-dravite xx
IMA 2009-089

Kefalos Hill, Skotini Bay, Galissas, Syros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; black highly luster crystals to 5 mm and crystal aggregates
to 2 cm in green acicular Jadeite matrix; KS 48,00; NS 95,00

Fluor-dravite xl 

Radeburg, Meißen, Dresden, Saxony / Germany; lustrous black   prismatic single crystals of 1,5 cm, newly examined old specimens collected around 1949. This is the first discovery of this rare member of the Tourmaline group in Germany;
MM 28,00 

Fluor-elbait xx

Aqueana Pegmatite, Aracuai,, Minas Gerais / Brasilien; dunkel-grüne hochglänzende dick-prismatische um 1 cm x 1,5 cm (MM),
1 cm x 2,5 cm (KS), bis 1 cm x 4 cm (NS) große Kristalle in partieller Edelsteinqualität. Das neue sehr seltene Mineral der Turmalin Gruppe, ist das Fluor-Analog zum Elbait; MM 38,00; KS 65,00; NS 148,00

Fluor-elbaite xx

Seco Claim, Taquaral, Itinga, Aracuai, Minas Gerais / Brazil; lustrous gemmy pale blue long prismatic crystals of 2 cm on Quartz Muscovite matrix. Nice specimens of this recently-described new member of the Tourmaline group; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Fluor-elbaite X  IMA 2011-071 

Cruzeiro Mine, São José da Safira, Doce valley, Minas Gerais / Brazil / TYP; pale blue transparent gemmy long-prismatic single crystals of 1,5 cm (MM) to 2,5 cm (KS); MM 28,00; KS 38,00 

Fluorite X

Arbegona, Shashemanne, Sidamo-Borana Prov. / Ethiopia; pale-brownish violet transparent gemmy well terminated single crystals of 8 mm in high grad cut stone quality. This are a very unique kind of Fluorite. 5 mounted crystals in one MM-box; MM 19,00

Fluorite xls 

Birch Creek, Deep Springs, Inyo Co., California / USA; "Pseudomorph from Fluorite after Clinozoisite" !!, Violet glassy long prismatic to acicular "crystals" of 1,5 cm on a matrix of pale green Clinochlore crystals to 5 mm. Pretty specimens from a new find; NS 48,00

Fluorite xls 

Koh-i-Maran Hills, Mastung, Quetta, Balochistan / Pakistan; bi-color, violet and pale blue transparent luster distorted, skeleton floater crystals of 3,5 cm. Pretty specimens from a new find; KS 19,00

Fluorite xls
Celestine xls

Tule Mine, Melchor Múzquiz, Mun. de Melchor Múzquiz, Coahuila / Mexico; violet bright luster glass clear cubic crystals of
5 mm, very rich on a matrix of white tabular Celestine crystals up to 4 cm. Very unique combination, nice specimens from a new find; KS 28,00; NS 48,00; HS 95,00

Fluorite xx

Banjak Arsenic Deposit, Kiseljak, Kresevo / Bosnia; violet crystals of 4 mm, together with red glassy massive Realgar !. This is a very unusual combination from a rare location to, can be quite interest for Fluorite collectors; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Fluorlamprophyllite xx

Morro do Serrote, Poços de Caldas,, Minas Gerais / Brazil / TYP; lustrous bright golden-yellow needle crystals of 3 mm on Nepheline-Syenite matrix.; MM 48,00; KS 75,00

Fluor-liddicoatite xl

Anjanabonoina Pegmatite, Betafo District, Antananarivo Prov. / Madagascar; violet to dark green well-terminated lustrous prismatic single crystals of 2,5 cm (KS) to 5 cm (NS); KS 48,00; NS 95,00

Fluor-liddicoatite xls 

Tsarafara, Sahatany Valley, Vakinankaratra, Antananarivo / Madagascar; lustrous bright pinkish crystals of 3 mm, very richly scattered on white Feldspar crystals of 3 cm (KS) to 5 cm (NS) .Pretty specimens from a new find; KS 38,00; NS 75,00 

Fluornatromicrolite X

Urubu Mine, Corrego de Aqueana, Aracuai, Minas Gerais / Brazil; gemmy yellowish-brown glass-clear diamond-lustre crystals from 6 mm (MM) to 1,2 cm (KS). These are the finest known Fluornatromicrolite crystals worldwide; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Fluornatromicrolite xx

Alto Quixaba Pegmatite, Quixaba, Frei Martinho, Paraiba / Brazil / TYP; highly lustrous olive-green bipyramidal crystals of
5 mm on a Quartz-Albite matrix; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Fluoro-Arfvedsonite xx

Langban, Filipstad, Värmland / Sweden; lustrous bright orange-yellow long prismatic transparent crystals of 2 mm inter grown to large crystal aggregates of 1 cm with pinkish Tilasite. This rare new Fluorine-bearing Sodium-Iron silicate is a new species for the famous Langban location; KS 65,00; NS 95,00; HS 148,00

Fluoro-edenite xx

Limberg Quarry, Pargas, Turku, Southwestern Finland Region / Finnland; green transparent glassy prismatic crystals up to 1 cm on white Calcite matrix. Quite good and large crystals; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Fluoro-leakeite xls 

Norra Kärr Alkaline Pegmatite field, Gränna, Jönköping, Smaland / Sweden / TYP; lustrous transparent  greenish-blue long prismatic crystals of 4 mm, in a greenish layered Quartz matrix. Good specimens of this very rare silicate known only from Norra Kärr; KS 48,00 

Fluoro-magnesio-arfvedsonite xx

Poços de Caldas, Poços de Caldas plateau, Minas Gerais / Brazil; dark green prismatic 3 mm crystals on an Albite-Nepheline matrix. Unique specimens from a new pegmatite field; MM 38,00; KS 75,00

Fluoropargasite xl

Kikombo, Rubeho Mts., Dodoma / Tanzania; gemmy honey-brownish prismatic crystals of 13 mm in cut stone quality. This are the first known Fluoropargasites in gem-quality; MM 38,00

Fluoro-potassic-magnesio-arfvedsonite xx

Mountain Pass Mine, Clark Mts., San Bernardino Co., California / USA; dark bluish fibrous acicular vein-like aggregates, very rich in a 1,4-billion years old Shonkinite matrix. The name Fluoro-potassic-magnesio-arfvedsonite is the longest of all mineral names; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Fluoro-potassicrichterite xx

Deer Butte Mesa, Leucite Hills, Sweetwater Co., Wyoming / USA; highly lustrous pale beige needle crystals of 1 mm, very rich in vugs and as a rock-forming component with tabular 2 mm Fluorophlogopite crystals, Tridymite and Leucite, in Lamproite lava; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Fluoro-richterite xls 

Wilberforce area, Haliburton Co., Ontario / Canada; bright greenish-brown well terminated long prismatic crystals of 3 cm on Calcite matrix.Pretty specimensf rom a classic location; KS 19,00; NS 28,00 

Fluoro-tremolite (xx)

Route d´Aixe, Saint-Priest-Sous-Aixe, Limoges, Haute Vienne / France; pale greenish grey acicular aggregates of 1,5 cm, very rich in Quartz matrix; KS 65,00

Fluorowardite xx
IMA2012-016

Silver Coin Mine, Valmy, Humboldt Co., Nevada / USA / TYP; 5 mm spherical cluster of inter-grown pale greenish-blue to nearly colorless microcrystals on vugs in Quartz matrix; KS 95,00

Fluorphosphorhedyphane xx

Blue Bell Mine, Soda Mts., San Bernadino Co., California / USA / TYP; white crystals of 0.3 mm very rich on matrix;
MM 95,00

Fluor-schörl xx

Neustädtel, Schneeberg, Erzgebirge, Sachesen / Deutschland; braune glasige hoch glänzende, aus um 4 cm großen langprismatischen Kristallen aufgebaute, dichte strahlige Kristallaggregate, sehr reich in Quarz-Feldspat Matrix. Das neue seltene Mineral der Turmalin Gruppe, ist das Fluor-Analog zum Schörl; KS 48,00; NS 75,00; HS 148,00

Fluor-schorl xl 

Wolkenburg Pegmatit, Fichtigstal, Limbach-Oberfrohna, Saxony / Germany; bright black long prismatic single crystals of
1,5 cm (MM) to 2,5 cm (KS). Nice crystals from an old find of around 1940; MM 19,00; KS 28,00 

Fluorthalenite-(Y) (xx)

White Cloud Pegmatite, South Platte, Jefferson Co., Colorado / USA; pale-pinkish to grayish violet crystals of 1 cm, together with violet Yttrofluorite and black Allanite(Ce); KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Fluorthalenite-Y xx

Nedre Lapplegret Quarry, Lapplegret, Drag, Tysfjord, Nordland / Norway; pale pinkish crystals of 3 mm, with some black Allanite-Ce crystals on white Yttrofluorite matrix; KS 38,00

Fluor-uvite xls 

Pomba Pit, Brumado, Serra das Aguas, Bahia / Brazil; shiny dark green gemmy well-terminated single crystals of 2 cm. Pretty specimens of this uncommon member of the Tourmaline group; KS 38,00 

Fluorvesuvianite xx

North Waziristan, Federally Administered Tribal Areas / Pakistan; transparent gemmy pale blue long prismatic single crystals of 2 cm, some in cut stone quality. The few known specimens have been found for more than 10 years in the inaccessible tribal area of North Waziristan; KS 75,00

Foggite (xx)

Aruba Phosphate Mine, Sint Nicolaas Bay, Little Curacao Island / Caribbian Sea; white microcrystalline aggregates very rich with some radial-acicular Fluorapatite on a massive pale brownish Phosphorite matrix. Old historic specimens from an exotic location, collected around 1890; KS 48,00

Foggite xx

Gua Putjung Cave, Karang Bolong Mts., Kebumen, Java Island / Indonesia; highly lustrous silky white crystal-aggregates of tiny intergrown tabular crystals. Very rich together with colorless needle-crystals of Fluorapatite on matrix; MM 38,00; KS 75,00

Fogoite-(Y) xls
IMA 2014-098

Lombadas, LakeFogo, Águade Pau Volcano, San Miguel Island, Azores / Portugal / TYP; pale yellowish-brown 1 mm acicular crystal aggregates in small vugs in Sanidine-Aegerine matrix. All existing specimens come from a small (approx. 15 cm) ejected boulder, found in a river bed. Holo type specimens from the author; MM 75,00; KS 125,00 

Foitite (xx)

Písek, South Bohemia / Czech Republic; dark-brownish glassy crystal aggregates in Albite; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Foitite xls 

Amerika Steinbruch, Penig, Chemnitz, Saxony / Germany; this uncommon member of the Tourmaline group here forms clusters of intergrown prismatic crystals to 2 cm. These are the finest German Foitites I have ever seen, collected as early as the 1940s;
KS 38,00 

Foretite xls 

Cap Garonne Mine, Le Pradet, Var, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur / France / TYP; pale blue radial-acicular crystal aggregates of
0,5 mm with tan Bariopharmacoalumite crystals on Quartz matrix; MM 65,00 

Foretite xls 

Cap Garonne Mine, Le Pradet, Var, Provence-Alpes-Côte d'Azur / France / TYP; pale blue radial-acicular crystal aggregates of
0,5 mm with tan Bariopharmacoalumite crystals on Quartz matrix; MM 65,00 

Formanite-(Y) xx 

Ytterby, Resarö, Vaxholm, Uppland / Sweden; glassy pale brownish highly lustrous prismatic crystals to 1 cm in Feldspar matrix. Outstanding specimens of this rare Yttrium-Tantalum-Oxide. Collected around 1840 from Carl Gustaf Mosander, curator of the Riks museum Stockholm; MM 48,00; KS 95,00; NS 185,00 

Fornacite xls 

Evening Star Mine, Tiger Wash, Big Horn Mts., Maricopa Co., Arizona / USA; olive green crystals of 2 mm, together with colorless Wickenburgite crystals on cavities in Quartz; KS 19,00

Forsterite xl 

Gusdalen, Almklovdalen, Vanylven, Møre og Romsdal/ Norway; lustrous glassy pale green well terminated single crystals of 1 cm (MM) to 1,5 cm (KS), nice specimens from a new find; MM 12,00; KS 19,00 

Fougerite (xx)

Konkua Pit, Farafenni / Gambia; thin, reddish-brown to pale brownish, vein-like aggregates in a massive micro- crystalline Brucite-Calcite matrix. These are the first mineral specimens I have ever seen from Gambia; KS 38,00

Franckeit xx

Itos Mine, Oruro City, Cercado Prov., Oruro Dept. / Bolivien; dunkelgrau metallische um 5 mm große Kristalle, dicht verwachsen zu massiven aus radialen Kristallgruppen aufgebauten Aggregaten; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Franckeite xls 

Mina Siglo Vente, Llallagua, Bustillo Prov., Potosi Dept/ Bolivia; this rare Tin-Sulfide forms nice crystal clusters of dark grey metallic long-tabular crystals of 5 mm, grown on a matrix of Pyrite crystals to 1 cm. Nice specimens from a new find; KS 28,0

Francoisit-(Ce) xx

La Creusa U prospect, Les Marécottes, Le Trient Valley, Wallis / Schweiz / TYP; gelbe um 2 mm große Kristallaggregate aufgebaut aus winzigen Kristallen auf flachen Scherzonen auf Quarzit Matrix; KS 38,00

Francoisite-(Ce) xx

La Creusa U prospect, Les Marécottes, Le Trient Valley, Wallis / Switzerland / TYP; yellow crystal-aggregates of 2 mm on thin veins in a Quartzite matrix; KS 38,00

Franklinite xx

Star Zinc Mine, 18 km north of Lusaka, Lusaka Prov. / Zambia; black bi-pyramidal crystals of 2 mm on vugs in Willemite; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Franklinphilite xx

Llyn du Bach Mine, Moel Ysgyfarnogod, Harlech, Gwynedd, Wales / UK; dark brownish tiny mica like crystal aggregates in Quartz-Manganese-silicate matrix; MM 75,00

Franzinite xx

Ariccia, Alban Hills, Rome Prov., Latium / Italy; colorless gemmy well terminated crystals to 4 mm of vugs in of greenish brown Diopsid Biotite matrix, collect in 1977; NS 38,00

Fredrikssonit (xx)

Langban, Värmland / Schweden / TYP; braune langprismatische um 5 mm große Kristalle, sehr reich in Calcit-Hausmannit Matrix. Hervorragende Exemplare des höchst seltenen Borats; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Fredrikssonite (xx)

Langban, Värmland / Sweden / TYP; brown long prismatic crystals of 8 mm, very rich in Calcite-Hausmannite matrix. Outstanding good specimens of the rare Borate; KS 38,00; NS 95,00

Freibergite (xls)

Cerro Rico, Potosi City, Potosí Dept., Bolivia; grey metallic bright luster 2 cm large aggregates of nearly pure massive Freibergite in Quartz matrix. Old newly examined specimens, collect around 1900; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Freibergite (xx)

Mina Pulacayo, Huanchaca, Antonio Quijarro Prov., Potosi Dept. / Bolivia; lustrous bright grey-metallic massive aggregates of Freibergite, together with some Bournonite, Chalcopyrite and Quartz; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Freibergite xx

Alaska Mine, Poughkeepsie Gulch, Silverton, San Juan Co., Colorado / USA; grey metallic high lustrous small crystals together with Chalcopyrite on vugs in white Barite matrix; KS 28,00

Freibergite xx

Sheba Dome Mine, Klondike Area, 25 km south of Dawson City, Yukon Territory / Canada; dark grey- metallic crystals to 2mm, very rich on vugs in Quartz matrix. Old specimens collected in the 1920s; KS 48,00; NS 75,00

Fresnoite xx

Big Creek, Pine Flat Lake, Trimmer, Fresno Co., California / USA / TYP; glassy well terminated greenish-yellow crystals together with tabular white Sanbornite crystals on cavities in Sanbornite-Quartz matrix. Good specimens from a new find in February 2014; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Frondelite xx

Aqueana Pegmatite, Aracuai, Minas Gerais / Brazil; fine, dark greenish needly crystal aggregates, richly covering pale yellow Polilithionite and Quartz crystals; MM 12,00; KS 19,00

Fuenzalidaite xx

Mina Soledad, Pozo Almonte, Pampa del Tamarugal, I Region, Atacama Desert / Chile; yellow crystal aggregates of 1 mm, very rich in colorless Nitratine-Halite matrix. Very good specimens of this rare Na-Mg-K-sulfo-iodate; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Fukuchilite (xx)

Hanawa Mine, Kazuno City, Akita Pref., Honshu Island / Japan / TYP; violet-greyish-brown metallic aggregates to 1 mm with some Pyrite in a Gypsum-Anhydrite matrix; MM 65,00

Gadolinit-(Y) xx

Igletjern, Hitterø, Flekkefjord, Vest-Agder / Norway; black well-terminated single crystals of 2,5 cm (KS) up to 4 cm (NS). Very good specimens collected around 1930; KS 28,00

Gadolinite-(Y) (xx)

White Cloud Pegmatite, South Platte, Jefferson Co., Colorado / USA; black bright lustrous crystals of 1,5 cm together with brownish Synchysit-(Y) in violet Fluorite matrix; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Gadolinite-(Y) xx 

Hitterö, Flekkefjord, Kristansand, Vest-Agder / Norway; black well-terminated single crystals in crystal clusters of 
2 cm (KS) to 3 cm (NS). 
Historic specimens collected around 1880; KS 38,00; NS 65,00 

Gadolinite-(Y) xx

Ytterby, Resarö, Vaxholm, Uppland / Sweden / TYP; black crystals of 3 cm on Feldspar matrix, historic specimens; KS 75,00

Gahnit xx

Pico das Almas River, Paramirim das Crioulas, Érico Cardoso, Bahia / Brasilien; Olive-grünlich-blaue bi-pyramidale um 4 mm große Einzelkristalle in partieller Edelsteinqualität. MM-Box mit jeweils 5 Kristallen; MM 19,00

Gahnite xx

Erik Mafs Gruvan, Falu Gruva, Falun, Dalarne / Sweden / TYP; dark greenish-blue, highly lustrous, bipyramidal, semi-transparent crystals of 1 cm (KS) to 2 cm (NS) on a mica-schist matrix. Very impressive specimens from the Type location for Gahnite. These specimens are really old, collected around 1810; KS 38,00

Galena xx

Osikovo Mine, Sasa, Osogovski Mts., Kocani / Macedonia; nice specimens with well terminated grey-metallic crystals of 1 cm, together with 2 cm Quartz crystals on matrix. Pretty specimens from a rare location; NS 38,00; HS 85,00

Galena xx

Kohnstein Quarry, Niedersachswerfen, Nordhausen, Thuringia / Germany; grey metallic 2 mm crystals and aggregates on Anhydrite matrix. Galena from this location is very rare; NS 19,00

Galliskiite xx
IMA 2009-038

Gigante Pegmatite, Punilla Dept., Córdoba / Argentina / TYP; highly lustrous colorless long prismatic crystals of 1 mm, very rich on fractures in a brownish phosphate matrix; MM 125,00; KS 185,00

Gallium-Mimetesite xx

Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otavi Mts., Otjikoto Region / Namibia / TYP; hellgelbe bis farblose hochglänzende um 2 mm große Kristalle, neben braunen Siderit Kristallen, auf Kluftzonen in Germanit-Galenit-Tennantit Matrix. Gallium reicher Mimetesit war bisher nicht beschrieben; MM 75,00

Ganomalite (xx)

Jacobsberg Mine, Nordmark, Filipstad, Värmland / Sweden; highly lustrous pale pinkish to colorless crystals up to 3 mm, very rich in Calcite-Manganophyllite matrix; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Ganomalite (xx) 

Jacobsberg Mine, Nordmark, Filipstad, Värmland / Sweden;  highly lustrous colorless to pale greyish crystals to 5 mm, very rich as intergrown aggregates with Manganophyllite,  classic old specimens; KS 28,00; NS 48,00 

Ganterite xx

Mt. Skoumbi, Andros Island, Aegean Sea / Greece; tabular white crystals of 3 mm in Alurgite-Piemontite- Hollandite Matrix. Outstandingly good specimens of this extremely rare Barium Silicate; MM 65,00

Gartrellite xx

Tsumeb Mine, Tsumeb, Otavi Mts., Otjikoto Region / Namibia; olive-green crystal aggregates, very rich with some green Malachite scattered on a Tennantite matrix; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Garutiite (xls) 

Loma Peguera, Bonao, Monsenor Nouel Prov. / Dominican Republic /TYP; this extremely rare hexagonal intermetallic alloy of Ni-Fe-Ir forms isolated crystals of 20 µm together with Laurite, Irarsite and other PGM phases. The PGM phases, grown in massive Chromite, are very isolated, approx. 5 grains per square-cm; KS 48,00; NS 75,00 

Gatehouseite xx

Iron Monarch open cut, Iron Knob, Middleback Range, Eyre Peninsula, South Australia / Australia / TYP; highly lustrous orange-brown crystals of 1 mm, very rich on vugs in small Barite veins in Hematite ore; MM 38,00

Gatelite-(Ce) (xx)

Abborrselet Pegmatite, Nyhem, Bräcke, Jämtland / Sweden; glassy, vein-like, dark brownish aggregates in pale brownish Fluocerite and pale brownish Feldspar; MM 75,00; KS 125,00

Gayite xx
IMA 2008-056