Find fine and rare mineral specimens from worldwide locations for sale on this web page. All mineral specimens on display are chosen for their aesthetic beauty and rarity including many old classics.
We regularly travel to Sri Lanka, Burma, India, Vietnam and other countries to source our material. Quality mineral specimens and mineral collections from worldwide localities.
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For sale is a fuschite included quartz from Madagascar. A pretty quartz group with pale green fuschite inclusions, thru a fair amount of the crystals. Undamaged crystals, of a size much biggert than is usual from this location.
80 x 70 x 30mm
Price: $ 36.00 Product ID: 3975
For sale is a classic galena specimen from Madan Bulgaria. Featuring a rather good "mirror like" luster, and complex and extensive twinning this specimen is a fine example of this localities famous galena. There is also a small bonus as there is a little amount of green fluorite (rare ) associated, as well as some chalcopyrite and quartz. Ex Pino Deriu collection, old material!
MADAN ORE FIELD, BULGARIA.
69 x 37 x 29mm
Price: $ 47.00 Product ID: 3939
For sale is an old world classic, galena on sphalerite, from Madan ore field, Bulgaria. First, I have to mention that this specimen was difficult to photograph and looks better in person. The fine quality of the Sphalerite crystals, along with the 3 dimensional nature of the piece makes it hard to replicate in two-dimensional photos. This is a seriously beautiful specimen! Pristine, (Im not 100% sure about the calcite, if its been contacted)Ex Pino Deriu collection.
86 x 49 x 34mm
Price: $ 80.00 Product ID: 4401
For sale is an exquisite spinel law galena twin from Bulgaria. This beauty is another classic specimen from the Pino Deriu collection. The specimen has excellent luster, is sharp in form and totally undamaged. Its a floater and complete all round. This is a very very fine example of the species and a great Eastern European classic.
GYUDYURSKA MINE, ZLATOGRAD, SMOLYAN OBLAST, BULGARIA.
40 x 30 x 11.5mm
Price: $ 66.00 Product ID: 3718
For sale is a interesting and unusual garnet and green quartz, from the rapidly becoming famous Huanggang Mine, in Inner Mongolia. I have looked at this specimen closely, but still can decide if its garnet on quartz, or quartz on garnet (very rare) either way this color quartz with garnet is UNCOMMON. The specimen is undamaged, but its hard to see the good definition of the quartz crystal in the pics, sorry.
HUANGGANG MINE, INNER MONGOLIA, CHINA.
40 x 40 x 37mm
Price: $ 44.00 Product ID: 4211
For sale is a fine gemmy kunzite crystal from Laghman Prov. Afghanistan. This is a quite intense pink/purple, double terminated crystal, in excellent condition. Good luster and transparency. Compare our price!
LAGHMAN PROV. AFGHANISTAN.
57 x 27 x 17mm
Price: $ 82.00 Product ID: 4054
For sale is a gem green tourmaline crystal from Minas Gerias, Brazil. This exquisite piece is full gem, transparent. It has the highest luster and top definition, the small amount of creamy albite at the base gives a nice contrast. Tourmaline crystals of any gem nature are going up in price rapidly, and becoming difficult to obtain, at a reasonable price! Ex Chris Benotic collection. Compare our price!
MINAS GERIAS STATE, BRAZIL.
36.5 x 7 x 6mm
Price: $ 62.00 Product ID: 4409
For sale is an exquisite wulfenite specimen from Tsumeb, Namibia. A classic Tsumeb wulfenite crystal aesthetically set in complimentary, 3-dimensional on matrix. With a generous scattering of fine smaller crystals literally covering the dark metal included matrix. Largest crystal is 17 x 14mm. Translucent with gemmy tops! Undamaged. They have a great luster, and a very appealing medium-brown color. Compare our price, particularly for crystal this size!
TSUMEB MINE, TSUMEB, NAMIBIA.
38 x 28 x 22mm
Price: $ 360.00 Product ID: 4087
For sale is what is called a mineral oddity, glendonite in mudstone matrix from Russia. These have trickled out a few at a time since the early 1990s, and still today there is no firm definition of what they are(or more to the point were). The current thinking is to called them "calcite variety thinolite(very obscure old term) having the meaning replacing unknown mineral. Personally I prefer the name glendonite, either way this is a top example and has excellent balance and appeal. Ex Neal Smith collection.
WHITE SEA, MOSEEVO, TERSKY COAST, RUSSSIA.
48 x 36 x 34mm
Price: $ 48.00 Product ID: 3781