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There were only two stopes in the Husky that produced specimens worth noting. During the late 1970’s about 20 thumbnails to miniature sized polybasites and stephanites were found. They were held back from the market until the mid 1990’s. Considering the size of the find these are considered as instant classics. As mentioned by Moore in his Compendium “the crystals are distinguished by their strong plays of blue-purple irridescent “oil slick” colors, making for dazzling small specimens”. Ex Jim and Paula Wilson.
Locality: Husky Mine, Near Mayo, Yukon, Canada.
Composition: a sulfide of the elements silver, copper, and antimony