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PostPosted: Apr 26, 2013 08:14    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Before moving on to the last few Canadian provinces from which I have specimens, I decided to change things up a bit today and show a few minerals from an "underappreciated" group - borates. I suppose the main reasons are that they are pretty much colorless or white and some are notoriously difficult to preserve in collections. Nevertheless, I find them an interesting group and seldom pass up a chance to acquire a nice sample when I find one.
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1889 Meyerhofferite.jpg
 Description:
Meyerhofferite
Mt. Blanco Mine, Death Valley, Furnace Creek District, Inyo Co., California
5.1 x 6.0 cm.
Colorless lathlike crystals of a somewhat rare borate from the type locality for the species.
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1889 Meyerhofferite.jpg



1079 Colemanite.jpg
 Description:
Colemanite
Billie Mine, 1490' Level, Death Valley, Furnace Creek District, Inyo, Co., California
9.6 x 12.3 cm.
Large glassy crystals of colemanite to 2.7 cm.
 Viewed:  30515 Time(s)

1079 Colemanite.jpg



1890 Bakerite.jpg
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Bakerite
Corkscrew Canyon Mine, Death Valley, Furnace Creek District, Inyo Co., California
7.3 x 8.7 cm.
Massive white bakerite resembling unglazed porcelain from the type locality of this uncommon species.
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PostPosted: Apr 29, 2013 12:15    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

A few more borates before finishing up the Canadian provinces.


1888 Ulexite.jpg
 Description:
Ulexite
West Baker Mine, Boron, Kramer District, Kern Co., California
5.6 x 6.7 cm.
Clamshell ulexite collected from a mud seam in the hanging wall shale.
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1888 Ulexite.jpg



0911 Tincalconite ps. borax.jpg
 Description:
Tincalconite ps. after borax
Baker Mine, Boron, Kern Co., California
13.0 x 15.5 cm FOV=5.0 cm.
This was once a wonderful specimen with sharp crystals to 5 cm. across. Unfortunately it hasn't fared well in the humid environment here.
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0911 Tincalconite ps. borax.jpg



1813 Hydroboracite.jpg
 Description:
Hydroboracite
Boron, Kramer District, Kern Co., California
3.8 x 4.7 cm.
Stellate sprays of colorless hydroboracite crystals.
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1813 Hydroboracite.jpg



2001 Colemanite.jpg
 Description:
Colemanite ps. inyoite
Corkescrew Canyon Mine, Furnace Creek Dist., Death Valley, Inyo Co., California
7.4 x 10.6 cm.
Transparent colemanite crystals pseudomorphing inyoite and included with brown microcrystals of todorokite.
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PostPosted: May 01, 2013 10:56    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Back to Canada after a small detour through a few borates.


0800 Gypsum.jpg
 Description:
Gypsum
Red River Floodway, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
7.5 x 9.1 cm.
Bladed gypsum crystals forming a sphere 7.0 cm in diameter with several twinned yellow crystals protruding from the sphere.
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0800 Gypsum.jpg



1185 Gypsum.jpg
 Description:
Gypsum
Red River Floodway, Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
6.0 x 7.0 cm.
A cluster of sharp colorless crystals with pale yellow tinged tips and a glassy luster.
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1185 Gypsum.jpg



1033 Dolomite.jpg
 Description:
Dolomite
Rabbit Lake Mine, Wollaston Lake, Saskatchewan, Canada
6.5 x 9.0 cm.
An intergrown group of sharp flesh-colored rhombic crystals to 1.7 cm. collected in the early 1980s from the 1240' bench.
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1033 Dolomite.jpg



0836 Halite.jpg
 Description:
Halite
PCS Mine, Rocanville, Saskatchewan, Canada
3.5 x 8.5 cm.
Colorless cubes of halite crystallized in a stairstep aggregate.
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0836 Halite.jpg


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PostPosted: May 01, 2013 11:30    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Michael,

I like your Halite specimen. Do you do anything special to keep the humidity low when displaying or storing this mineral?

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PostPosted: May 01, 2013 15:12    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Don Lum wrote:
Michael,

I like your Halite specimen. Do you do anything special to keep the humidity low when displaying or storing this mineral?

Don

Don,

I've had this piece in my collection for 10 years and have done nothing as far as treatment during it's storage. Unlike the tincalconite ps. borax in a previous post, it seems to be holding up very well.

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PostPosted: May 04, 2013 11:01    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Today's post will wrap up Canada. Next stop - Brazil.


0357 Gypsum.jpg
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Gypsum
Willow Creek, Nanton, Alberta, Canada
1.9 x 3.5 cm and 2.1 x 4.2 cm.
Two loose doubly terminated transparent gypsum crystals.
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0357 Gypsum.jpg



1100 Calcite.jpg
 Description:
Calcite
Pine Point Mine, Northwest Territories, Canada
7.0 x 10.0 cm.
Honey-colored calcite rhombs to 4.5 cm on edge with frosted crystals faces.
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1100 Calcite.jpg



TN145 Galena.jpg
 Description:
Galena
Pine Point Mine, Northwest Territories, Canada
2.1 x 1.2 cm.
Spinel twinned and hoppered galena crystal.
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TN228 Whiteite.jpg
 Description:
Whiteite
Cross Cut Creek, Dawson District, Yukon Territory, Canada
1.5 x 2.0 cm.
Doubly terminated, light brown whiteite crystal with minor quartz.
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TN228 Whiteite.jpg



TN301 Lazulite.jpg
 Description:
Lazulite
Cross Cut Creek, Dawson District, Yukon Territory, Canada
1.5 x 1.7 cm.
Dark blue lustrous lazulite crystal group.
 Viewed:  30203 Time(s)

TN301 Lazulite.jpg



TN300 Pyromorphite.jpg
 Description:
Pyromorphite
Society Girl Mine, Moyie, British Columbia, Canada
1.5 x 1.6 cm.
Well-formed hoppered crystals from Canada's best pyromorphite locality.
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0556 Lazulite (2).jpg
 Description:
Lazulite
Cross Cut Creek, Dawson District, Yukon Territory, Canada
4.8 x 7.4 cm.
Lustrous dark blue lazulite with gemmy brown siderite crystals and minor quartz.
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0556 Lazulite (2).jpg


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PostPosted: May 06, 2013 15:25    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

When I think of Brazil from a mineral collectors perspective, my first thought is the abundance of gem producing pegmatites. Most of these pegmatites are located in the northeast part of the state of Minas Gerais, which translates roughly as “general mines.” This area has produced many spectacular specimens of beryl, chrysoberyl, topaz, tourmaline, and kunzite. While Minas Gerais is most likely the best known, is not the only Brazilian state of interest to mineral enthusiasts. Minerals from both Rio Grande do Sul and Bahia are well represented in most comprehensive collections.

Although it is a well known fact that Brazil has been one of the world leaders in gemstone production during the past century, I was surprised to learn about Brazil’s non-gemstone mineral wealth. For example, Brazil is a leading producer of iron ore, accounting for 8% of world reserves. Brazil is also a leading producer of niobium and manganese, the second largest producer of bauxite, the third largest producer of graphite, and sixth largest producer of gold.

A quick search of my collection catalog turned up a total of 93 specimens from Brazil; certainly enough to post some images of a few specimens which I hope you will find interesting.

Michael



0796 Spessartine.jpg
 Description:
Spessartine
Pederneira Mine, São José da Safira, Minas Gerais, Brazil
4.0 x 4.7 cm.
Gemmy wine red spessartine crystal with a stepped surface indicative of very fast growth.
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0796 Spessartine.jpg



0350 Elbaite (2).jpg
 Description:
Elbaite
Arqueana Mine, Itinga, Minas Gerais, Brazil
2.3 x 3.2 cm.
Terminal portion of a watermelon tourmaline with a partially dissolved reddish core and a green pinacoid termination.
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0350 Elbaite (2).jpg



1702 Albite.jpg
 Description:
Albite var. pericline
Fazenda Rubin Pimenta Mine, Capelinha, Minas Gerais, Brazil
7.5 x 10.7 cm.
Blocky white albite crystals twinned on the pericline law associated with lathlike green epidote crystals.
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1702 Albite.jpg


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PostPosted: May 06, 2013 15:58    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Michael,

When I figure the concept "Collector of Minerals", for some reason the image of your thread comes to my mind.. ;-) ;-)
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PostPosted: May 06, 2013 17:18    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Michael,

I enjoy your pictures and commentaries. I always learn something new.

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PostPosted: May 06, 2013 17:59    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Jordi - Thank you; I am very flattered.

Don - Thanks. I often learn something too!

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PostPosted: May 08, 2013 14:53    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Continuing with Brazil. Who likes muscovite?


0939 Muscovite.jpg
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Muscovite
Linopolis, Minas Gerais, Brazil
9.0 x 9.5 cm.
Intergrown books of golden-yellow muscovite crystals to 2 cm.
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0939 Muscovite.jpg



0628 Muscovite.jpg
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Muscovite
Aldea Velho Mine, Conselheiro Pena, Minas Gerais, Brazil
9.3 x 12.6 cm.
Intergrown silvery pseudo-hexagonal muscovite crystals with gemmy pinkish areas. Dark green hexagonal prisms of fluorapatite to 0.6 cm are scattered about on the surfaces of the muscovite.
 Viewed:  29924 Time(s)

0628 Muscovite.jpg



0539 Muscovite.jpg
 Description:
Muscovite
Ze Pinto prospect, Conselheiro Pena, Minas Gerais, Brazil
5.3 x 6.3 cm.
Intergrown rosettes of sharp silvery pseudohexagonal muscovite crystals. This locality and the Aldea Velho Mine may be the same place, or very close by.
 Viewed:  29933 Time(s)

0539 Muscovite.jpg



2003 Muscovite.jpg
 Description:
Muscovite
Rodinha Mine, Itinga, Minas Gerais, Brazil
5.0 x 8.6 cm.
Golden yellow crystals of “star muscovite” covering a matrix of white
albite. Collected in 2012.
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PostPosted: May 10, 2013 15:19    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Superb photos, as usual. Keep going.
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PostPosted: May 11, 2013 09:36    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Thanks Carles. I'll continue for as long as I have rocks to photograph. Continuing today with specimens from Brazil.


1023 Ernstite ps. childrenite.jpg
 Description:
Ernstite ps. after childrenite
Boa Esperança Claim, Linopolis, Divino das Lananjeiras, Minas Gerais, Brazil
1.6 x 4.7 cm.
A doubly-terminated childrenite crystal altered to earthy-brown ernstite.
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1023 Ernstite ps. childrenite.jpg



1030 Indicolite.jpg
 Description:
Elbaite
Golconda Mine, Governador Valadares, Minas Gerais, Brazil
2.0 x 7.7 cm.
Parallel growth of acicular indicolite crystals each with a trigonal termination.
 Viewed:  29730 Time(s)

1030 Indicolite.jpg



0741 Autunite.jpg
 Description:
Meta autunite
São Pedro Claim, Malacacheta, Minas Gerais, Brazil
1.6 x 3.0 cm.
Books of lemon yellow, bladed crystals to forming an intergrown cluster. Obtained from Carlos Barbosa in 1993.
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PostPosted: May 13, 2013 09:48    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

More from Brazil.


1442 Fluorapatite.jpg
 Description:
Fluorapaptite
Sapo Mine, Goiabeira, Minas Gerais, Brazil
4.7 x 4.8 cm.
Lustrous, green-black, hexagonal crystals with modified prism edges and pinacoid terminations on a white albite matrix.
 Viewed:  29632 Time(s)

1442 Fluorapatite.jpg



1871 Rose quartz.jpg
 Description:
Quartz var. rose quartz
Alto da Pittora, Laranjeiras, Galiléa , Minas Gerais, Brazil
6.0 x 6.8 cm.
Gemmy pink crystals set upon a matrix of blocky white orthoclase crystals with muscovite.
 Viewed:  29612 Time(s)

1871 Rose quartz.jpg



1109 Elbaite.jpg
 Description:
Elbaite
Sapo Mine, Goiabeira, Minas Gerais, Brazil
1.5 x 4.3 cm.
Collected in 1998.
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PostPosted: May 15, 2013 07:51    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

More from Brazil.


1822 Helvite.jpg
 Description:
Helvite
Navegadora Mine, Penha do Norte, Conselheiro Pena, Minas Gerais, Brazil
4.5 x 7.0 cm.
Opaque yellow brown tetrahedral helvite crystals on a matrix of white albite.
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1822 Helvite.jpg



1758 Lepidolite ps. elbaite.jpg
 Description:
Lepidolite cast after tourmaline
Barra de Salinas, Coronel Murta, Minas Gerais, Brazil
7.2 x 7.4 cm.
Lilac-colored lepidolite crystals epimorphing elbaite crystals which have dissolved to leave tubular hollow casts.
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1758 Lepidolite ps. elbaite.jpg



0873 Kyanite.jpg
 Description:
Kyanite
Barra de Salinas, Coronel Murta, Minas Gerais, Brazil
11.3 x 12.5 cm.
Terminated kyanite crystals in massive iron-stained quartz.
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PostPosted: May 15, 2013 13:48    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Michael,

That is a beautiful elbaite, image 1109.

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PostPosted: May 15, 2013 16:30    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

As usual, amazing pics and collection. The way forward…
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PostPosted: May 18, 2013 16:51    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Thanks Don and Roger. Still more from Brazil today.


0334 Schorl.jpg
 Description:
Schorl
Corcunda Mine, Governador Valadares, Minas Gerais, Brazil
1.7 x 6.6 cm.
A lustrous black schorl crystal featuring an unusual fibrous termination.
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0334 Schorl.jpg



0339 Quartz included with schorl.jpg
 Description:
Quartz included with elbaite
Artur Mine, Jaguaracu, Minas Gerais, Brazil
4.6 x 5.0 cm.
Transparent quartz crystals included with what I thought was schorl when I acquired this specimen. However, the inclusions are definitely green in strongly transmitted light.
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0339 Quartz included with schorl.jpg



0550 Spodumene var. kunzite (2).jpg
 Description:
Spodumene var. kunzite
Resplendor, Doce Valley, Minas Gerais, Brazil
2.5 x 6.0 cm.
A gemmy pink kunzite crystal with interesting etch features.
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0550 Spodumene var. kunzite (2).jpg


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PostPosted: May 18, 2013 17:12    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

Hi Michael,

Your specimens from Brasil are really, really nice, and I´m in love with the colors of your Elbaite from Sapo Mine.

Congratulations!

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PostPosted: May 18, 2013 18:32    Post subject: Re: Collection of Michael Shaw  

supertxango wrote:
Hi Michael,

Your specimens from Brasil are really, really nice, and I´m in love with the colors of your Elbaite from Sapo Mine.

Congratulations!

Juan H

Thank you very much Juan. The Sapo elbaite is one of my favorites. Now I need a Jonas Mine rubellite to keep it company. Actually there were several nice ones at the last Tucson Show. I just didn't think mortgaging the house was a good idea. Ha ha.
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