ex. Eric Asselborn
ex. Jean Behier
A ridiculously large crystal for this species! Eric told me that on analysis, it seemed unusually thallium-rich . ex Brun de l'Uni, ex Jean Behier Collections
4 x 2 x 1.7 cm. An exceptionally large crystal for this species. On analysis, it seemed unusually thallium-rich. Ex. Eric Asselborn, Brun de l'Uni, and Jean Behier Collections.
9.0 x 3.9 x 3.8 cm. Jordanite is a rare lead, arsenic, antimony sulfosalt and this fine combination specimen is from the Type Locality - the Lengenbach Quarry in Switzerland. A 1.1 cm long aggregate of lustrous, lead-gray, prismatic jordanite crystals is beautifully adjacent to or near to gorgeous, gem, yellow-brown sphalerite crystals to 1.0 cm. These crystals are very attractively lined up on a sculptural matrix of classic, sparkly, sugary, layered, Lengenbach Quarry dolomite. The sphalerites are large for the Lengenbach Quarry. Ex. Mullane Collection. Old material.
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