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PostPosted: Sep 25, 2010 07:25    Post subject: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

Arizona the "Copper State"




Dioptase - Mammoth-St. Anthony Mine Tiger Pinal County Arizona USA.jpg
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Dioptase with Wulfenite and Calcite
Mammoth-St. Anthony Mine, Tiger, Pinal County, Arizona, USA
Mined about 1959
Former Folch Collection
Specimen size: 3.3 × 2.4 × 1.8 cm.
Calcite fluorescent long & short UV
Photo: "Reference Specimens"
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PostPosted: Sep 25, 2010 08:38    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

A few examples of Arizona's unofficial favorite state mineral


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Wulfenite, Red Cloud Mine, La Paz Co., Arizona: small cabinet
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same piece, side view
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Wulfenite, Rowley Mine, Maricopa Co., Arizona. small minature
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PostPosted: Sep 25, 2010 08:59    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

Pete, what's the matrix of the red cloud piece?
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PostPosted: Sep 26, 2010 02:31    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

A few from Arizona.


FatJack1.jpg
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Quartz (variety amethyst)
Fat Jack Mine, Lane Mountain, Yavapai Co., Arizona
Specimen size 5.7 x 5 cm
A pair of amethyst scepters.
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Payson1.jpg
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Quartz (variety amethyst)
Payson District (Green Valley District), Gila Co., Arizona
Specimen size 4.5 x 3.5 cm
A pair of glassy transparent amethyst crystals.
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PostPosted: Sep 26, 2010 03:10    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

Awesome quartzs from Arizona I did not know. Thanks a lot, Am, for sharing here. For me, thousands of miles far from USA and with very little chance to attend American shows it is a luck this initiative exists.

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PostPosted: Sep 26, 2010 05:28    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

I also didn't know about those scepter amethysts from Fat Jack Mine, a great specimen (and really good picture!).
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PostPosted: Sep 26, 2010 09:32    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

vic rzonca wrote:
Pete, what's the matrix of the red cloud piece?

Vic, the typical dak metavolcanics of the Silver District.

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PostPosted: Sep 26, 2010 15:14    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

One more


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Obsidian 'Apache tears' on perlite. Apache tears locality, Picketpost Mountain Area, Superior, Pinal Co., Arizona. 8 x 5,5 cm.
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PostPosted: Sep 26, 2010 15:24    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

Something that tends to get overlooked - Palygorskite with Calcite from Morenci! I found large sheets of it at Ray, as well, but no longer have that collection. Not real pretty, but interesting!!!


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PostPosted: Sep 26, 2010 16:38    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

Some rarities from Tombstone, Cochise County, AZ. All micros, most self-collected. Photos by Sugar White.

Enjoy



yafsoan.jpg
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Yafsoanite
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oboyer.jpg
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Oboyerite
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Dugganite
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khin.jpg
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Khinite
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Parakhinite
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utahite
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emmonsite
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fairbankite
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scheifflinite
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PostPosted: Sep 26, 2010 17:22    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

Tobias Martin wrote:
I also didn't know about those scepter amethysts from Fat Jack Mine, a great specimen (and really good picture!).

Great specimens from this mine!

The specimen below is from Evan Jones and it was displayed in the show cases at Tucson Show 2009 -> https://www.mineral-forum.com/message-board/viewtopic.php?p=3522#3522



Quartz Amethyst - Fat Jack Mine Lane Mountain Yavapai Co. Arizona.jpg
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Quartz Amethyst
Fat Jack Mine, Lane Mountain, Yavapai Co., Arizona
Specimen from Evan Jones (Show case Tucson 2009)
Photo: Jordi Deusedes -> http://www.mineral-forum.com/message-board/viewtopic.php?p=3522#3522
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PostPosted: Sep 26, 2010 19:04    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

This Cerussite was mined in the 1940's and has passed through these collections, John Stenson, Evan Jones, Les and Paula Presmyk.


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Bisbee
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PostPosted: Sep 27, 2010 03:54    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

Superb! (for Bisbee...)

Thanks to share.
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PostPosted: Sep 27, 2010 18:32    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

Here is a Defiance Mine Wulfenite I bought about 15 years ago, and another one that I recently re-acquired in a trade (I sold it years ago!)


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Close up.
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Close up.
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Wulfenite, defiance Mine, about 5 cm.
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PostPosted: Sep 27, 2010 18:36    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

They are the same, I meant another piece that I had sold and just re-acquired.
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PostPosted: Sep 28, 2010 10:38    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

Here there are a couple of Vanadinites from Arizona.

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Apache mine, Globe, Arizona. Size 6X3 cm.
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Detail of previous sample. FOV 11mm.
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Pure Potential Mine (North Geronimo Mine), Silver district, Trigo Mountains, La Paz Co, Arizona. Size 3,5 X 2,5 cm.
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Detail of previous sample. FOV 14 mm.
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PostPosted: Oct 09, 2010 19:03    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

Arizona is a secondary copper minerals paradise.


Malachite - Metcalf Pit Morenci Greenlee County Arizona.jpg
 Description:
Malachite
Very well defined spherical growths
Former Martin Zinn collection
Metcalf Pit, Morenci, Greenlee County, Arizona, USA
Specimen size: 3.9 × 3.7 × 1.5 cm.
Photo: "Reference Specimens"
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Malachite detail - Metcalf Pit Morenci Greenlee County Arizona.jpg
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PostPosted: Oct 10, 2010 07:11    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

Another secondary copper beauty


Malachite after Azurite - Bisbee Cochise County Arizona USA.jpg
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Malachite after Azurite
Bisbee, Cochise County, Arizona, USA
Malachite, velvety and fibrous completely pseudomorphed prismatic crystals of Azurite.
Specimen size: 3.7 × 3 × 2 cm.
Photo. "Reference Specimens"
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PostPosted: Oct 12, 2010 12:21    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

One more, a bit dirty I am afraid.


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Gypsum pseudomorphs after glauberite. Camp Verde, Yavapai Co., Arizona. 7,5 x 7,5 cm. Main crystal measures 4 cm. on edge. Ex John R. Ydren collection.
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PostPosted: Oct 14, 2010 05:40    Post subject: Re: A mineralogical trip through the states of USA - Arizona  

Sky-blue hemimorphite in matrix, from the 79 Mine, Gila County. Specimen width 45 mm.


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