Diopside from Merelani Hills, Lelatema Mtns., Arusha Region, Tanzania [DIOPSIDE7]
Diopside
Merelani Hills, Lelatema Mtns., Arusha Region, Tanzania
Tourmaline var. Uvite with Magnesite and Quartz from Brumado, Bahia, Northeast Region, Brazil [TOURM7]
Tourmaline var. Uvite with Magnesite and Quartz
Brumado, Bahia, Northeast Region, Brazil
Olmiite on Calcite from N Chwanning II Mine, Kuruman, Republic of South Africa [OLMIITE4]
Olmiite on Calcite
N Chwanning II Mine, Kuruman, Republic of South Africa
Garnet var. Hessonite from Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec, Canada [HESSONITE7]
Garnet var. Hessonite
Jeffrey Mine, Asbestos, Quebec, Canada
Opal (rough and cut) from Shoa Province, Ethiopia [OPAL12]
Opal (rough and cut)
Shoa Province, Ethiopia
Olmiite on matrix from N Chwanning II Mine, Kuruman, Republic of South Africa [OLMIITE1]
Olmiite on matrix
N Chwanning II Mine, Kuruman, Republic of South Africa

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Garnet Var. Tsavorite from Merelani Hills, Lelatema Mtns., Arusha Region, Tanzania [db_pics/pics/tsavorite1c.jpg] Garnet Var. Tsavorite from Merelani Hills, Lelatema Mtns., Arusha Region, Tanzania [db_pics/pics/tsavorite1d.jpg] Garnet Var. Tsavorite from Merelani Hills, Lelatema Mtns., Arusha Region, Tanzania [db_pics/pics/tsavorite1e.jpg]



TSAVORITE1 - Garnet Var. Tsavorite
$ 275.00 (=~ CAN$ 370.90) SOLD
Merelani Hills, Lelatema Mtns., Arusha Region, Tanzania
thumbnail - 1.6 x 1.2 x 1.1 cm

Gemmy, bright, apple-green color. It's mostly double terminated. Complete top termination, bottom termination is contacted partially. 3.8 grams/19 carats.




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Gold from Near Santa Elena, Venezuela [db_pics/pics/gold17a.jpg] Gold from Near Santa Elena, Venezuela [db_pics/pics/gold17b.jpg] Gold from Near Santa Elena, Venezuela [db_pics/pics/gold17c.jpg] Gold from Near Santa Elena, Venezuela [db_pics/pics/gold17d.jpg]



GOLD17 - Gold
$ 275.00 (=~ CAN$ 370.90) SOLD NET
Near Santa Elena, Venezuela
thumbnail - 1.0 x .9 x .6 cm

This bright, naturally crystallized gold crystal was found recently in the jungles of Venezuela. These amazing crystals are found in a remote area that is renowned for being incredibly dangerous. They find diamonds alongside gold crystals, which often have grown in Kaolin clay. They are very pure (98%+) and this adds to their intricate crystallization.

 This fine example is well hoppered, and shaped criously like a human ear. It weighs 2.5 grams, no damage.




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gold from Near Santa Elena, Venezuela [db_pics/pics/gold16a.jpg] gold from Near Santa Elena, Venezuela [db_pics/pics/gold16b.jpg] gold from Near Santa Elena, Venezuela [db_pics/pics/gold16c.jpg] gold from Near Santa Elena, Venezuela [db_pics/pics/gold16d.jpg]



GOLD16 - gold
$ 295.00 (=~ CAN$ 397.87) SOLD NET
Near Santa Elena, Venezuela
thumbnail - 1.1 x .8 x .8 cm

This bright, naturally crystallized gold crystal was found recently in the jungles of Venezuela. These amazing crystals are found in a remote area that is renowned for being incredibly dangerous. They find diamonds alongside gold crystals, which often have grown in Kaolin clay. They are very pure (98%+) and this adds to their intricate crystallization.

This is a good example of crystallizedgold from Venezuela. Well hoppered, great color, no damage. It weighs 2.6 grams




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Gold with Quartz from Dahlonega, Georgia [db_pics/pics/gold15a.jpg] Gold with Quartz from Dahlonega, Georgia [db_pics/pics/gold15b.jpg] Gold with Quartz from Dahlonega, Georgia [db_pics/pics/gold15c.jpg] Gold with Quartz from Dahlonega, Georgia [db_pics/pics/gold15d.jpg]



GOLD15 - Gold with Quartz
$ 175.00 (=~ CAN$ 236.03) SOLD NET
Dahlonega, Georgia
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Dahlonega is the location of the first major United States Gold Rush. In 1828 a belt of gold was discovered on Cherokee Indian land in Georgia causing a large influx of miners. First the town of Auraria sprang up around the mines. Then nearby Dahlonega, named from the Cherokee language meaning yellow money, became the newly-formed Lumpkin County seat. That led to the establishment of United States Branch Mints at Dahlonega, Georgia and Charlotte, North Carolina by a Congressional Act in 1835. The two branch mints produced their first gold coinage in 1838.(from http://dahlonegagoldrush.com)

Attractive nugget 1.8 grams.




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Gold from Round Mountain Mine, Nye Co., Nevada [db_pics/pics/gold14a.jpg] Gold from Round Mountain Mine, Nye Co., Nevada [db_pics/pics/gold14b.jpg]



GOLD14 - Gold
$ 175.00 (=~ CAN$ 236.03) SOLD NET
Round Mountain Mine, Nye Co., Nevada
thumbnail - 1.4 x 1.35 x .7 cm

Very bright, no damage.




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Gold w/ Arsenopyrite from Diltz Mine,  Bear Valley, Whitlock District, Maricopa County, California [db_pics/pics/gold13a.jpg] Gold w/ Arsenopyrite from Diltz Mine,  Bear Valley, Whitlock District, Maricopa County, California [db_pics/pics/gold13b.jpg] Gold w/ Arsenopyrite from Diltz Mine,  Bear Valley, Whitlock District, Maricopa County, California [db_pics/pics/gold13c.jpg]



GOLD13 - Gold w/ Arsenopyrite
$ 375.00 (=~ CAN$ 505.77) SOLD NET
Diltz Mine, Bear Valley, Whitlock District, Maricopa County, California
thumbnail - 1.5 x 1.1 x .85 cm

The Diltz Mine is located Five Miles Northwest of the town of Mariposa, California. The town of Mariposa which is 30 miles from Yosemite National Park is the Southern beginning of the Mother Lode Gold Belt. Bright and attractive. Classic location, ex Irv Brown (no label) 1.4 grams 




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Gold from Sacramento River, Redding, California [db_pics/pics/gold12a.jpg] Gold from Sacramento River, Redding, California [db_pics/pics/gold12b.jpg] Gold from Sacramento River, Redding, California [db_pics/pics/gold12c.jpg] Gold from Sacramento River, Redding, California [db_pics/pics/gold12d.jpg] Gold from Sacramento River, Redding, California [db_pics/pics/gold12e.jpg]



GOLD12 - Gold
$ 235.00 (=~ CAN$ 316.95) SOLD NET
Sacramento River, Redding, California
thumbnail - 1.1 x .9 x .5 cm

Beautiful grapelike gold specimen. Beautiful piece. 1.6 grams




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Gold from Kittitas Co., Washington [db_pics/pics/gold11a.jpg] Gold from Kittitas Co., Washington [db_pics/pics/gold11b.jpg] Gold from Kittitas Co., Washington [db_pics/pics/gold11c.jpg] Gold from Kittitas Co., Washington [db_pics/pics/gold11d.jpg]



GOLD11 - Gold
$ 365.00 (=~ CAN$ 492.28) SOLD
Kittitas Co., Washington
thumbnail - 1.5 x 1.3 x 1.6 cm

A beautiful variety of crystallization within one piece. Ex. Hauk Collection (no label)




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Gold with Quartz from Star of the West Mine, Central City, Gilpin Co., Colorado [db_pics/pics/gold10a.jpg] Gold with Quartz from Star of the West Mine, Central City, Gilpin Co., Colorado [db_pics/pics/gold10b.jpg] Gold with Quartz from Star of the West Mine, Central City, Gilpin Co., Colorado [db_pics/pics/gold10c.jpg] Gold with Quartz from Star of the West Mine, Central City, Gilpin Co., Colorado [db_pics/pics/gold10d.jpg]



GOLD10 - Gold with Quartz
$ 475.00 (=~ CAN$ 640.64) SOLD
Star of the West Mine, Central City, Gilpin Co., Colorado
thumbnail - 2.6 x 1.1 x 1.0 cm

Attractive, aesthetic crystallized gold specimen with small quartz crystals embedded within the gold crystals. No damage. Comes with a Miner's Lunchbox label (collector had purchased this in the mid to late 1990's).




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Opal (rough and cut) from Shoa Province, Ethiopia [db_pics/pics/opal13a.jpg] Opal (rough and cut) from Shoa Province, Ethiopia [db_pics/pics/opal13b.jpg]



OPAL13 - Opal (rough and cut)
$ 195.00 (=~ CAN$ 263.00) SOLD NET
Shoa Province, Ethiopia
thumbnail - 2.0 x 1.9 x .7 cm

The polished piece weighs 4.0 carats, the rough piece weighs 2.4 grams/12 carats. I matched the fire using numerous "reserve," quality pieces of rough. The fire in both pieces exhibits red, yellow, green and orange fire. 

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