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Mineral Specimen #6795    Sulfur on Stalactic Barite

100 meter level, Machow mine, Tarnobrzeg City County, Subcarpathian Voivodeship, Poland

14.4 x 4.4 x 3.6 cm
5.7 x 1.7 x 1.4 in

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Ex. E. Morales from G. Romero, Munich show, Oct. 1983


This specimen consists of long, thin, conjoined stalactic formations composed of radiating Barite crystals upon which Sulfur crystals subsequently formed. The Barite crystals are slightly different on one side of the specimen from the opposite. On one side, the crystals are are stout blades which have a matte luster and are off white in color with a slight hint of pink. On the other side of the specimen, the crystals are smaller with a more rounded habit. These crystals are darker in color, being gray/brown, and having a high, sparkly luster. The Sulfur is a muted yellow with a of touch reddish/orange. These crystals are curdely formed with a satiny luster.

Condition: Very Good

Flaws: A few Barite of crystals on the bottom of the specimen around the area of the Morales catalog are damaged. There is some internal bruising in a few of the Sulfur crystals. Also, of the 5 stalactic terminations, only 2 are complete.

This mineral is also found in the following galleries: Minerals From Europe | Elements | Sulfates | Minerals Priced Between 300 and 499 Dollars

This mineral is also found in the following galleries: Minerals From Europe | Elements | Sulfates | Minerals Priced Between 300 and 499 Dollars