Afghanite xls

Sar-e-Sang, Kokcha Valley, Badakhshan Prov. / Afghanistan / TYP; blue glassy hexagonal spindle like crystals of 1,5 cm, very rich on cavities in Scapolite-Pyrite matrix. Pretty specimens from a new find in the summer season of 2016; NS 48,00; HS 125,00

Albite xl

Tangir Valley, Diamar District, Gilgit-Baltistan / Pakistan; pale bluish-green translucent crystals (floaters) of 2,5 cm (KS to 3,5 cm (NS). This for Albit very unusual green color base on a small amount of Iron; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Albite xls

Haneti Itiso Area, Dodoma Region / Tanzania; pale blue sparkling (Moonstone effect) colorless to white well terminated crystals up to 1,5 cm, very rich on massive white Albite matrix. This new find are the first know idiomorphic Moonstone crystals. Very interesting specimens; NS 125,00; HS 250,00

Alluaivite xls

Norra Kärr, Gränna, Jönköping, Smaland / Sweden; pale-orange-brown glassy up to 1 cm large Alluaivite aggregates, inter grown with pale-yellow-brownish long prismatic Rinkite crystals, beside with some Eudialyte and Ferri-fluoro-leakeite. These samples come from a newly discovered Pegmatite lenses; KS 48,00; NS 65,00; HS 125,00

Anapaite xls

Vilella River, Bellver de Cerdanya, Cerdanya, Lleida, Catalonia / Spain; pale apple green transpatente 2 mm crystals, very rich as a crust on 3 cm large cavites inside of 5 cm (NS) to 7 cm (HS) large Phosphate nodules of Hydroxylapatite, Perhamite and Mitridatite; NS 28,00; HS 38,00

Anatase xl

Cuiaba, Gouveia, Minas Gerais / Brazil; pale brownish diamond luster by-pyramidal well terminated single crystals of 1 cm (MM) to 1,5 cm (KS); MM 14,00; KS 28,00

Boltwoodite xls

Goanikontes Claim, Goanikontes, Arandis, Erongo Region / Namibia; orange yellow needle crystals of 5 mm, very rich on Calcite matrix, nice and old specimens; KS 48,00; NS 85,00

Cerussite xls
Cesarolite xls

Flux Mine, Alum Gulch, Patagonia Mts, Santa Cruz Co., Arizona / USA; white silky crystal aggregates of 1,5 cm together with dark grey semi metallic botryoidal Cesarolite, nice old specimens; KS 28,00; NS 38,00; HS 48,00

Chrome-Dravite xl

Landanai Hills, Arusha, Simanjiro District, Manyara Region / Tanzania; bright green high luster well terminated single crystals of 8 mm x 8 mm (MM) up to 1,5 cm x 1 cm (KS). Pretty and colorful specimens from a new find; MM 19,00; KS 48,00

Clinohumite xls

Twin Lakes Limestone deposit, Lower Twin Lake, Lakeshore, Fresno Co., California / USA; Clinohumite occurs as pale-orange-brownish glassy crystal aggregates of 3,5 cm (KS) to 5 cm (NS) of inter grown 3 mm large crystals together with violet 3 mm large Spinel crystals. Nice specimens from a new find in July 2016; KS 28,00; NS 65,00

Coalingite xls

New Idria Asbestos Mine, Coalinga, Fresno Co., California / USA / TYP; orange-brownish tabular crystal aggregates very rich on thin fracture zones on Serpentinite. Old time and type location specimens, collect around 1970; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Crednerite xls

Musonoi Mine, Kolwezi, Katanga / Congo; the rare Copper-Manganese-Oxide occurs here as dark gray radial acicular thin crystal aggregates of 1 cm with some green idiomorphic Malachite crystals on white Quartz matrix; KS 28,00

Cuprosklodowskite xls

Musonoi Mine, Kolwezi, Katanga / Congo / TYP; nearly massive green crystal aggregates of inter grown needle crystals of 2 mm, particular with some yellow Kasolite, very rich specimens; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Curite xls

Shinkolobwe Mine, Likasi, Katanga / Kongo / TYP; bright orange red, massive crystals aggregates of 2 mm large acicular Curite crystals; MM 38,00; KS 65,00

Demantoid xls

Yellow Cats Mine, Diablo Range, San Benito Co., California / USA; pale green bright luster well terminated crystals of 2 mm on Serpentinite matrix; KS 12,50

Dingdaohengite-(Ce) xls

Mulanje Massiv, Zomba / Malawi; dark-brownish bright luster well terminated prismatic 1 cm (MM) to 1,5 cm (KS) large single crystal. Nice and large crystals from a new discover cleft zone; MM 75,00; KS 125,00

Diopside xls

Alchuri, Shigar Valley, Skardu District, Baltistan / Pakistan; green transparent bright luster gemmy double terminated single crystals of 1,5 cm (MM) to 2,5 cm (KS). Nice specimens from a new find in the summer season of 2017; MM 14,00; KS 19,00

Elbaite xl

Fazenda Santa Rosa, Itambacuri, Teofilo Otoni, Minas Gerais / Brazil; blueish-green well terminated transparent single crystals of 2 cm (KS) to 3 cm (NS); KS 14,00; NS 19,00

Euclase xls

Alto do Santino, Pau de Ferros, Equador, Rio Grande do Norte / Brazil; light-blue well terminated transparent gemmy single crystals of 1 cm (MM), or some crystals aggregates to 1,5 cm (KS); MM 19,00; KS 28,00

Fluorite xl

Birch Creek, Deep Springs, Inyo Co., California / USA; bi-color, colorless with violet zones, distorted single crystals (floaters) of 3 cm. Discover in only few specimens in a small pocket zone. Nice and unique specimens from a rare location; KS 28,00

Fluorite xls

Blanchard Mine, Bingham, Socorro Co., New Mexico / USA; wonderful pale blue transparent gemmy cubic crystals of 1 cm with white Barite crystals one Quartz matrix. Nice and colorful old specimens collect around 1980; NS 38,00; HS 75,00

Fluorwavellite xls

Mauldin Mountain Quarry, Montgomery Co., Arkansas / USA; pale green radial acicular crystals up to 1 cm, very rich on Quartz; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Fluorwavellite xls

Lichtenberg open cast, Ronneburg U deposit, Gera, Thuringia / Germany; greenish-yellowish to pale blue radial acicular 2 cm crystal aggregates, very rich on cavities in black slat matrix. Old newly examine samples, collected around 1970; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Formicaite xls

Alkali Lake, Valley Falls, Lake Co., Oregon / USA; colorless to very pale brownish well terminated prismatic single crystals to 1 cm (MM) or as 2 cm crystal aggregates (KS). The really rare organic mineral was probably formed during reaction of Methane with the alkaline water from the lake; MM 48,00; KS 85,00

Galena xls

Polaris Mine, Little Cornwallis Island, Resolute Bay, Nunavut / Canada; gray metallic bright luster well terminated cubic crystals (floaters) of 1,5 cm. Collect by self in August 1996 in frozen cavities by minus 15 °C in permafrost ground. Polaris is the most north and one of the most remote location I ever bin for collecting; KS 28,00

Geikielite xls

Twin Lakes Limestone deposit, Lower Twin Lake, Lakeshore, Fresno Co., California / USA; the rare Mg-Ti-Oxide forms black metallic well terminated crystals up to 1 mm, very rich beside of 3 mm large violet Spinel and pale yellow Forsterite crystals. Nice and rich specimens from a new find in July 2016; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Gelosaite xls

Punta de Su Seinargiu Mine, Sarroch, Cagliari Prov., Sardinia / Italy / TYP; the extremely rare Bi-Molybdate occurs as yellowish grey 0,5 mm crystal aggregates on Quartz matrix; MM 125,00

Gold xls

Serra Dourada, Pontes e Lacerda, Amazon forest, Mato Grosso / Brazil; nice well terminated Gold crystals from a new location in deep in the Amazon rain forest. Crystals from 1,5 g (Capsules), 2,5 g (MM) 3,5 g (KS) 4,5 g (NS) und 12,5 g (HS); Capsules 148,00; MM 245,00; KS 345,00; NS 445,00; HS 1.250,00

Grossular xls

Bishop, Tungsten Hills, Inyo Co., California / USA; a superb new discovery of bright orange-brownish well terminated gemmy crystals up to 1 cm with some pale greenish Epidote crystals, very rich on massive Garnet matrix, outstanding good specimens; KS 28,00; NS 48,00; HS 125,00

Grossular xls

Big Dodd Spring, Ubehebe District, Cottonwood Mts., Death Valley, Inyo Co., California / USA; pale brownish Grossular crystals up to 5 mm, perimorphic covering a pseudomorph of Vesuvianite after a 2 cm (KS) to 6 cm (NS) large former Epidote crystal. Some very special and unique specimens for Pseudomorph and Garnet collectors; KS 48,00; NS 75,00

Grunerite xls

Penge Mine, Sekhukhune District, Limpopo Prov. / South Africa; yellow-gray-brownish acicular crystal aggregates of 3 cm (KS) to 5 cm (NS) of pure Grunerite; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Guilleminite xls

Musonoi Mine, Kolwezi, Katanga / Congo / TYP; the rare Barium-Uranyl-Selenide forms yellow tabular 0,5 mm crystals, very rich on fracture zones in Selenium rich Digenite; KS 38,00; NS 85,00

Halotrichite xls

Golden Queen Mine, Soledad Mountain, Mojave, Kern Co., California / USA; pale yellow silky luster 1,5 cm long needle crystals, very rich on matrix. Nice and very rich specimens, collect around 1990; NS 38,00

Hongheite xls

Perovskite Hill, Santa Rita Peak, Diablo Range, San Benito Co., California / USA; the new very rare Ca-Fe-Al-Silicate occurs as a dark reddish brown long prismatic 2 mm crystal, beside of black Melanite crystals; KS 125,00

Huizingite-(Al) xls

Solfatara di Pozzuoli, Phlegrean Fields, Campania / Italy; the new very rare NH4-Al-Sulfate forms yellowish green crystal aggregates of 1 mm, with some Realgar on colorless Sulfate matrix; MM 95,00

Hydroxylclinohumite xls

Twin Lakes Limestone deposit, Lower Twin Lake, Lakeshore, Fresno Co., California / USA; bright orange well terminated crystals up to 5 mm, together with violet Spinel crystals, very rich on white marble matrix. Outstanding good specimens from a new find in July 2016. This are the first reported Hydroxylclinohumite from the American continent; KS 38,00; NS 75,00

Jacobsite xls

N'Chwaning II Mine, Kuruman, KMF District, Northern Cape Prov. / South Africa; black metallic bright luster bi-pyramidal crystals of 3 mm, very rich on a matrix of 2 cm large Calcite crystals. Nice specimens collect; KS 28,00; NS 75,00

Kasolite xls

Musonoi Mine, Kolwezi, Katanga / Congo; yellow up to 3 mm large cubic "crystals" in Selenium rich Digenite. The Kasolite is a Pseudomorph after Uraninite crystals; KS 24,00

Khesinite xls

Durham Ranch, Wright, Reno Junction, Campbell Co., Wyoming / USA; the new very rare Ca-Mg-Fe-Si-Oxide of the Sapphirine Group occurs here in very nice looking dark-copper-red metallic 5 mm large crystal aggregates of small tabular crystals, grown on orange-brownish Alumoakermanite with some Aragonite and Gypsum; KS 125,00; NS 148,00

Kongsbergite xls

Santa Matilde open pit, Berja Mine, Las Herrerías, Sierra Almagrera, Andalusia / Spain; silver white metallic felt-like crystal aggregates of 2 cm, together with grayish brown Chlorargyrite on Quartz matrix. Nice specimens collect in August 1999; MM 28,00; KS 48,00; NS 125,00

Kurnakovite xls

Boron Open Pit Mine, Boron, Kern Co., California / USA; the Magnesium Borate forms colorless blocky crystal aggregates of 3 cm, together with some colorless 1 cm long prismatic Probertite crystals and white Ulexite aggregates. Nice specimens collect around 1995; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Kyanite xl

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

Kyanite xl

Morogoro, Uluguru Mts., Morogoro Region / Tanzania; blue-green bright luster long prismatic single crystals of 2,5 cm, nice specimens from a new find; KS 12,00

Kyanite xl

Mpwapwa District, Dodoma / Tanzania; yellow to pale greenish yellow bright luster long prismatic single crystals of 2,5 cm (KS) to 4 cm (NS). Nice crystals from a new find; KS 12,00; NS 19,00

Lasurite xls

Sar-e-Sang, Kokcha Valley, Badakhshan Prov. / Afghanistan / TYP; dark blue sharp well terminated idiomorphic crystals of 1,5 cm on Scapolite-Calcite Matrix. Pretty specimens from a new find in the summer season of 2016; NS 48,00

Ludwigite xls

Twin Lakes Limestone deposit, Lower Twin Lake, Lakeshore, Fresno Co., California / USA; brown bright luster well terminated prismatic crystals, inter grown to large crystal aggregates of Ludwigite crystals. New discover in July 2016 in a small pocket zone in a contact from Brucite-Marble and Granite. Very rich and nice specimens; KS 28,00; NS 48,00; HS 95,00

Magnesiochloritoid xls

Verra Glacier east of Mezzalama, Champoluc, Ayas, Aosta Valley / Italy / TYP; the rare Mg-Al-Silicate ocous as dark greenish 1 cm tabular crystals in white Talc matrix. Nice and very rich specimens. From a very remote location. The remote site can only be reached via a challenging four-hour hike in the high mountains; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Marialite xl

Sar-e Sang, Koksha Valley, Badakhshan Prov. / Afghanistan; nice pale violet transparent gemmy single crystals of 1,5 cm (MM) to 2 cm (KS); MM 14,00; KS 19,00

Melanite xls

Perovskite Hill, Santa Rita Peak, Diablo Range, San Benito Co., California / USA; black very high luster well terminated crystals up to 3 mm, very rich on large vugs and fracture zones in a greenish grey Chlorite rock matrix, pretty specimens collect approx. 20 years ago; KS 19,00; NS 28,00; HS 48,00

Meyerhofferite xls

Mt. Blanco Mine, Black Mts., Death Vallay, Inyo Co., California / USA / TYP; nice and large (12 cm x 9 cm) specimen with 3 cm large prismatic Meyerhofferite crystals and white Ulexite. Old historic specimen collect around 1950; GS 320,00

Middlebackite xls

Arenarie di Val Gardena, NE del Passo di San Lugano, Aldino, Trentino-Alto Adige / Italy; the extremely rare Copper Oxalate occurs as blue glassy 0,5 mm crystal aggregates with some Malachite on fracture zones in black Coal. Al existing specimens come from a single 8 cm large mineralized fossilized piece of wood, found in a Sandstone formation; MM 125,00; KS 175,00

Mundite xls

Kobokobo Pegmatite, Mwenga, Kivu / Congo / TYP; pale yellow to orange-yellow tabular crystals of 0,5 mm on Quartz; MM 48,00

Norrishite xls

Wessels Mine, Hotazel, KMF-District, Northern Cape Prov. / South Africa; red-brownish mica like crystal aggregates, very rich on massive Hematite-Calcite matrix. Rich specimens from a new find; KS 38,00

Northupite xl

Seales Lake, 350 Foot Depth Level, San Bernardino Co., California / USA / TYP; the rare Na-Mg-Cl-Carbonate occurs as grey-brownish bright luster well terminated bi-pyramidal single crystals of 1,2 cm (MM) to 1,5 cm (KS). Discover during an depth drilling program in 1965; MM 28,00; KS 38,00

Nuragheite xls
Ichnusaite xls

Punta de Su Seinargiu Mine, Sarroch, Cagliari Prov., Sardinia / Italy/ TYP; the two extremely rare Thorium-Molybdate form a 1 mm large crystal aggregates of pale pinkish crystals. Nuragheite is always inter grown with Ichnusaite; MM 220,00

Opal-C
Moganite

Watson Creek, Wildcat Peak, Trinity Co., California / USA; the two rare SiO2 modifications Opal-C and Moganite forming white massive porcelain-like aggregates. The minerals forms directly on a alkaline Hot Spring, where silicates are separated out of the spring water. Very rare type of mineralization; KS 19,00; NS 28,00; HS 48,00

Orthoclase xls

Big Dodd Spring, Ubehebe District, Cottonwood Mts., Death Valley, Inyo Co., California / USA; nice crystal clusters of pale pinkish colored well terminated 2 cm crystals. Attractive and unique specimens from a very remote area in the northern part of the Death Valley; NS 38,00; HS 65,00

Perettiite-(Y) xl

Phenakite Mine, Khetchel, Molo, Shan State / Myanmar / TYP; greenish-orange-yellowish 2 mm large needle single crystal inter grown in a colorless 5 mm large Phenakite crystal. Only one specimen available; MM 175,00

Potassic-mangani-leakeite xls

Wessels Mine, Hotazel, KMF-District, Northern Cape Prov. / South Africa / TYP; orange-brownish acicular crystal aggregates, beside of some violet Sugilite on thin fracture zones on Hematite-Calcite matrix; MM 85,00

Protoenstatite (xls)

Dust Devil Mine, Plush, Lake Co., Oregon / USA / TYP; the new Mg-Silicate is visible by a dichroic green coloration in up to 1 cm large "Halo-rings" arising through a crystallographic orientation of Protoenstatite nanocrystals in around 1,5 cm large Labradorite; KS 95,00

Pyromorphite xls

Daoping Mine, Gongcheng Co., Guilin Pref., Guangxi Zhuang / China; bright apple green single crystals (floaters) of 1,5 cm (MM) to 2 cm (KS). Very nice specimens collect approximately 10 years ago; MM 14,00; KS 19,00

Quartz xls

Big Dodd Spring, Ubehebe District, Cottonwood Mts., Death Valley, Inyo Co., California / USA; Quartz crystals pseudomorph after Epitixie of Quartz and Feldspar "Graphic-granite". 9 cm x 7 cm x 4 cm large specimen with pale grey glassy 3 cm large orthorombic crystals and some green 1 cm large Epidote crystals. Very unique specimen; HS 320,00

Revdite xls

Watson Creek, Wildcat Peak, Trinity Co., California / USA; the extremely rare Sodium-Silicate occurs as white massive micro crystalline aggregates with some Halite. The mineral forms directly on a alkaline Hot Spring, where silicates are separated out of the spring water. Very rare type of mineralization; KS 65,00; NS 95,00

Roquesite (xls)

Osawa Pit, Kawazu Mine, Shimoda City, Shizuoka Pref., Honshu Island / Japan; the rare Indium-Copper-Sulfide occurs as brown metallic 1 mm aggregates very rich in Quartz matrix. This are the first time I see a thru and confirmed Roquesite; MM 38,00; KS 75,00

Sabugalite xls

Cameron, Coconino Co., Arizona / USA; pale yellow tabular crystals 2 mm, very rich on large fracture zones in Schist matrix. Old specimens collect around 1960; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Sardignaite xls

Punta de Su Seinargiu Mine, Sarroch, Cagliari Prov., Sardinia / Italy / TYP; the extremely rare Bi-Molybdate occurs as colorless silky luster crystals aggregates of 0,5 mm on Quartz; MM 125,00

Soddyite xls
Schoepite xls

Musonoi Mine, Kolwezi, Katanga / Congo; pale yellow micro crystalline aggregates, very rich together with dark yellowish Schoepite crystals; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Thenadite xls

Boron Open Pit Mine, Boron, Kern Co., California / USA; crystal clusters of pale brownish inter growing crystals of 5 mm, collect around 1995; KS 19,00; NS 28,00

Thomsonite-(Ca) xls

Phonolite Quarry, Hammerunterwiesenthal, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; nice 3,5 cm large pale pink crystal cluster of 5 mm larger prismatic crystals, beside a 4 cm larger Calcite crystals. Old specimen collect before 1962; NS 48,00

Topazolite xls

Yellow Cats Mine, Diablo Range, San Benito Co., California / USA; pale yellow bright luster 2 mm crystals, very rich on Serpentinite matrix, nice and rich specimens; NS 28,00; HS 38,00

Triplite (xls)

Vilatte-Haute Quarry, La Vilate, Chanteloube, Razes, Haute-Vienne / France / TYP; dark brownish glassy massive aggregates of 3 cm with some Quartz. Very old historic specimens from the type location of Triplite collect around 1850; KS 38,00; NS 48,00

Tsavorite xls

Merelani Hills, Lelatema Mts., Simanjiro District, Manyara Region / Tanzania; grass green bright luster crystal aggregates of 2 cm, together with grey metallic Graphite crystals and some Tanzanite, nice and colorful specimens; KS 28,00

Tubulite xls

Borgofranco Mine, Bio, Torino, Piedmont / Italy; the Silver-Lead-Antimony-Sulfide forms black metallic 0,5 mm long rounded needle crystals on cavity´s in Calcite; MM 38,00

Turquoise xls

Altmannsgrün, Plauen, Vogtland, Saxony / Germany; pretty turquoise-blue radial acicular crystal aggregates of 2 cm on brownish slate matrix . Old specimens collect around 1920; KS 28,00; NS 65,00

Ulexite xls

Corkscrew Canyon Mine, Black Mts., Death Valley, Inyo Co., California / USA; white needle crystals aggregates of 2 cm "Cottonbals" grown on colorless Colemanite crystals. Nice and classic specimens from a Death Valley location; NS 38,00; HS 65,00

Uranophane xls

Musonoi Mine, Kolwezi, Katanga / Congo; yellow radial acicular crystal aggregates of 1,5 cm with some Selenium rich Digenite; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Vandenbrandeite xls

Musonoi Mine, Kolwezi, Kantanga / Kongo; dark green crystal aggregates of 1 cm, beside of pale green acicular Cuprosklodowskite and orange yellow Kasolite; MM 28,00; KS 48,00

Veatchit-1M xls

Billie Mine, Black Mt., Death Valley, Inyo Co., California / USA; white silky crystal aggregates of 3 mm, on colorless well terminated 2 cm large Colemanite crystals; KS 28,00; NS 38,00

Villamaninite xls

Mina Providencia, Villanueva de Pontedo, Villamanin, Castile and Leon / Spain / TYP; the Copper analogue of Pyrite (CuS2) forms violet gray metallic crystals up to 5 mm, very rich on with Dolomite matrix, nice and old specimens; KS 65,00

Vivianite xls

Anloua, Ngaoundere, Adamaoua Plateau / Camerun; dark-greenish-blue long prismatic well terminated single crystals of 7 cm (NS) to 12 cm (HS). A really exciting material about the size of crystals and the location; NS 48,00; HS 95,00

Wagnerite (xls)

Westfeld mining, Sauberg Mine, Ehrenfriedersdorf, Erzgebirge, Saxony / Germany; orange-pinkish-brownish glassy 1 cm crystal aggregates in Quartz. Old newly examine samples. Collect during the "Zinke" field trip on February 23th in 1961; KS 38,00; NS 65,00

Wulfenite xls

Red Cloud Mine, Trigo Mts., La Paz Co., Arizona / USA; orange red bright luster tabular crystals up to 1 cm, very rich on cavities in Quartz matrix (KS+NS). Or as a 1,5 cm large single crystal (floater). Nice and old specimens from one of the most profiled classic Wulfenite occurrence; MM 65,00; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Wulfenite xls

Finch Mine, Keystone Gulch, Chilito, Dripping Spring Mts., Gila Co., Arizona / USA; orange tabular crystals up to 8 mm, this Wulfenite are covered by a thin coating of tiny Quartz crystals, very rich on large cavities on Quartz matrix. Nice, interesting and old specimens with a very unique geneses "Quartz grown on Wulfenite"; NS 28,00; HS 48,00

Wurtzite xls

Polaris Mine, Little Cornwallis Island, Resolute Bay, Nunavut / Canada; pale brownish radial acicular crystal aggregates up to 2 cm, very rich together with brown Sphalerite and white Calcite. Nice and rich specimens collect by self in August 1996 on one of the most north and remote location I ever bin for collecting; KS 28,00; NS 48,00

Zwieselite (xls)

Sauberg Mine, Ehrenfriedersdorf, Erzgebirge,Saxony / Germany; pale-reddish-brown glassy crystal aggregates of 2 cm in Quartz matrix. Old newly examine samples, collect around 1980; KS 38,00; NS 65,00