Tsumeb Treasures from the Flynn Collection
The Tsumeb mine is one of the world's most desirable localities for fine mineral collectors. The locality originally was a copper mine, but in the process of mining for copper ore, hundreds of different species of fine minerals and crystals were found. If you're hunting for rare crystals, especially those from Tsumeb and the surrounding areas in Namibia, explore these offerings we recently acquired as part of the Shields and Frances Flynn collection. Tsumeb is a classic locality for collectors, and the Flynn Collection had a wide assortment of stellar fine minerals from Tsumeb and surrounding localities in Namibia. We're excited to bring these to market now!
- Cerussite (first oxide zone circa 1900) ex. Maucher
- Tsumeb Mine, Otjikoto Region, Namibia
- Small Cabinet
- 7.7 x 4.3 x 2.2 cm
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