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A very unusual Bunker Hill specimen comprised of isolated clusters (reminiscent of campyllite) of olive green crystals set on a matrix with thousands of tiny barrel shaped hexagonal prisms that are as gemmy as can be. If style matters this one would be tough to duplicate! Collected in 1982. Ken Roberts collection.

Locality: Bunker Hill Mine, Kellogg, Idaho

Composition: lead chlorophosphate

Dimensions: 13.3 × 9 × 7.3 cm
SKU: Geo-3585 Categories: , ,
Dimensions: 13.3 × 9 × 7.3 cm