UTR20-03
Cerussite (classic USA locale)
Grand Reef Mine, Klondyke, Laurel Canyon, Graham Co., Arizona, USA
Miniature, 4.0 x 3.6 x 2.7 cm
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Although known for some of the best Linarite specimens ever found, the Grand Reef Mine also rarely produced some very nice Cerussite specimens like this one! It's a handsome, stout, snow-white, twinned Cerussite crystal measuring 4.0 cm in maximum dimension. One component of the V-twin is fat and juicy and the other portion of the twin is more slender with several smaller Cerussite crystals forming multiple twins on the surface, and a few are just growing on this portion of the crystal. This is a really choice Cerussite from finds probably originating in the mid-1990s but could be from earlier in the 20th Century. This Cerussite fluoresces yellow-orange under short-wave UV light. Ex. Michael Harkness lead species collection with label and Grant Gibson Minerals label. Hefty, and beautiful!