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  • Gummite Ore from Ruggles Mine, New Hampshire

    Ruggles Mine, New Hampshire

    Gummite is a rare radioactive mineral, a mixture of uranium minerals, oxides, silicates, hydrates and hydrous oxides of uranium, derived from the alteration of uraninite.

    3.6 x 3.1 x 2.1 cm

    Item #328
    This individual piece has sold, but I have more…just let me know your interest…

    $0.00 Add to cart
  • Betafite from Ontario Canada

    Bancroft, Ontario, Canada

    Great single, nice large xtl

    2.5 x 1.5 x 1.9 cm

    Item #372
    This individual piece has sold, but I have more…just let me know your interest…

    $0.00 Add to cart
  • Grainy Trinitite Bubbly

    Trinity Nuclear Site, Tularosa Basin, Alamagordo, New Mexico

    Trinitite is the name given to the byproduct of the first atomic bomb test in New Mexico. The blast turned the ground below it into a melted mixture of silica, feldspar and peridot. The only collecting of this material was in the 50’s, as it was burried over shortly after. Today, the location is closed to the public and collecting material is illegal, besides the fact that it is under several tons of dirt.

    3.1 x 2.6 x 1.4 cm

    Item #299

    $20.00 Add to cart
  • Grainy Trinitite Bubbly

    Trinity Nuclear Site, Tularosa Basin, Alamagordo, New Mexico

    Trinitite is the name given to the byproduct of the first atomic bomb test in New Mexico. The blast turned the ground below it into a melted mixture of silica, feldspar and peridot. The only collecting of this material was in the 50’s, as it was burried over shortly after. Today, the location is closed to the public and collecting material is illegal, besides the fact that it is under several tons of dirt.

    3.1 x 2.6 x 1.4 cm

    Item #299

    $20.00 Add to cart
  • Mica and Monazite

    Marijao, Madagascar

    A fine example of Monazite from the location, with several terminated faces and a bit of mica still attached to the left side.

    1.9 x 1.3 x .8 cm

    Item #268

    $20.00 Add to cart
  • Monazite Crystal

    Marijao, Madagascar

    Nice single tab of Monazite from Madagascar.

    1.3 x 1.1 x .4 cm

    Item #269

    $10.00 Add to cart
  • Monazite Crystal Madagascar

    Marijao, Madagascar

    Nice single tab of Monazite from Madagascar.

    1.1 x 1.0 x .4 cm

    Item #270

    $8.00 Add to cart
  • Old Colorado Euxenite

    Trout Creek Pass, Colorado

    Collected in 1969 by Don Belsher, this single Euxenite crystal serves as a fine thumbnail example from this uncommon locality!

    1.4 x 1.1 x .6 cm

    Item #267

    $14.00 Add to cart