Mineral Specimen #6454 Platinum Millings
Independence Mine, Albany County, Wyoming
Vial measures 5.5 x 2.1 x 2.1 cm
3.1 x 1.7 x 0.3 in
July 8, 1963, Ex. Steve Pullman
A tube filled with Platinum millings some which show the bright silver/white color of native Patinum. Since there are more than one Independence Mine in Albany County, Wyoming in which Platinum has been recoreved, it is unclear as to the exact location. The possible mines are: Independence Mine in the Centennial Ridge District (La Plata District), Albany County, the Independence Mine (Mammoth Mine) and the Indepence Group Mine both in the Keystone Mining District - Douglas Creek Mining District, Medicine Bow Mts, Albany Co.
Condition: Composed of massive material.
Flaws: Nothing Appreciable
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