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PostPosted: Dec 21, 2017 17:23    Post subject: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

No images in my first post. Just an announcement of what is obviously to follow :-)

I started collecting rocks as a kid, always loved finding crystals as they are not that common in my home country of Iceland.
Even though a name-locality for Iceland spar, most of the country is so young that we don't have much to find in most areas. The most common being calcite, quartz and about 30 different zeolites.
I didn't have a good collection, mostly stuff I'd found at the beaches, which had lost most of it's proper crystal faces after being rolled around in the surf. My aunt gave me a few she bought in Denmark, and although they did originally have their info with them, I didn't think that was of any importance, being just 10.
As a teenager I lost interest and also lost most of the rocks I had collected as my parents moved after I had left home. It wasn't until about two decades later that my interests got reignited.
A trip to the east of Iceland, where the rocks are older than around the capital and thus much more crystals to be found, as well as other factors were a big part of this.

I now have a growing collection from Iceland (though I'm not aware of many others collecting here and not aware of a club at all). I have a connection to Colombia which means regular trips there and that helps in getting my collection growing from there. And finally roadtrips in the U.S. mean a growing collection from there too.
I prefer to have a personal connection to my rocks, rather than just buying from random places I've never been to... so ... although a few may get in from places unknown to me, most are my finds or acquired by me in my travels to the places of origin.

And with that I can start postings of my collection :-)
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PostPosted: Dec 22, 2017 13:37    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Hi Bergur,

an interesting introduction, I'm really excited to see impressions from your collection :-)

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PostPosted: Dec 22, 2017 15:53    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Starting with an emerald embedded in pyrite.

Emerald appx. dimensions : W 5mm x D 5mm x H 5mm
Each pyrite is appx W 9mm x D 9mm x H 9mm



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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Pyrite
 Locality:
Colombia
 Dimensions: W 18mm x H 12mm x D 15mm
 Description:
Dimensions are total specimen size.
Unfortunately seller didn't know exact origins.
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PostPosted: Dec 22, 2017 16:07    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

This is probably my favourite emerald specimen.
I already posted it elsewhere on the forum (different picture) and hope this image is better.

Each emerald is around 2mm on the top, and they grow 2-4mm out of the rock...
and nearly all are perfectly terminated and after a rough count, there are around 150 !!!



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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Albite, Dolomite
 Locality:
Coscuez mining district, Calceteros Mine, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 9.9cm L x 2.4cm W x 3.5cm H
 Description:
Dolomite is coloured by rust-oxide.
Possibly more minerals present (minor)
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PostPosted: Dec 22, 2017 16:15    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Bergur_E_Sigurdarson wrote:
Starting with an emerald embedded in pyrite.

Emerald appx. dimensions : W 5mm x D 5mm x H 5mm
Each pyrite is appx W 9mm x D 9mm x H 9mm

Can't blame you for this start.
I would say Chivor but it could well be Muzo - all Colombian emeralds are from Muzo right?
In Bogota, always challenge the ones who know and trust the ones who don't.
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PostPosted: Dec 22, 2017 16:19    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Also love this large emerald crystal.
With a smaller second to the side, which has broken and mended (has a kink in it).

Main Emerald dimensions : W 10mm x D 9mm x H 21mm
Secondary dimensions : W 5mm x D 5mm x H 8mm (which may extend a bit further inside specimen)

Bought right from the miner himself in Muzo (out by the mines).



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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Dolomite, Calcite
 Locality:
Muzo mining district, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: W 3.4cm x H 2.5cm x D 2.1cm
 Description:
Calcite matrix very corroded (possibly by miner using chemicals).
Larger Dolomites on back.
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PostPosted: Aug 26, 2018 15:18    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Still on the road, back in the U.S. for the moment and finally got a bit of time to take a few pics of my latest Colombian stuff.

Main Emerald dimensions : L 16mm x D 2mm x W 2mm

Bought from one of the street guys in Bogota.
And given the minerals present, I tend to believe that it is indeed from the Muzo area... though of course specifics are missing.



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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Quartz, Calcite, Dolomite, Pyrite
 Locality:
Muzo mining district, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 82mm x 42mm x 29mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  2655 Time(s)

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PostPosted: Aug 26, 2018 15:35    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Haven't really seen much limonite before in Colombia.... apart from weird amorphous shapes or possibly rusty coloured shapes left in other crystals.
This time tho... not only did I get some Quartz with Limonite after Dolomite or Calcite (no pics yet of those) but amongst other random rocks sold in the street these very nice Limonite after Pyrite cubes.

....as usual with the street guys, no specific location, apart from being sure they were Colombian.



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 Mineral: limonite after Pyrite
 Locality:
Colombia
 Dimensions: 14mm x 11mm x 10mm (largest - upper right) 7mm x 5mm x 6mm (smallest - lower right)
 Description:
 Viewed:  2644 Time(s)

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PostPosted: Aug 26, 2018 15:43    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

I've seen a few barites from Colombia ... similarly coloured, and have a couple... but this is unusually finely bladed compared to the others and unlike my others, all the fine blades are growing on a Quartz crystal.

I bought it from one of the back offices in the Emerald Trade Center in Bogota, owner couldn't remember where in the country it came from
...anyone want to give an educated guess? :-)



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 Mineral: Baryte, Quartz
 Locality:
Colombia
 Dimensions: 54mm x 44mm x 26mm (Barite blades up to 19mm long)
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PostPosted: Aug 27, 2018 10:34    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

minsur wrote:
Are you sure this is really Parisite??
Color and patterns indicate Sphalerite, but this is only an educated guess based on a pic...

The Pyrites come most probably from the Gachalá aerea, where recently quite a few iron-cross-twins were collected, partly altered to and covered with the same kind of Limonite


Got the same locality information for the weathered pyrite - Gachalá is a good hint.

As for the other picture, the crystal blade form is unusual for parisite.
Difficult to tell with a photo, but the color reminds me a bit of the barite found in La Marina, next to Muzo and Coscuez. But in La Marina, barite is typically found as thick to thin tabular crystals...
Am not aware of crystallized sphalerite from any of the Colombian emerald districts.
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PostPosted: Aug 27, 2018 11:44    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

And a more typical Baryte for Colombia...


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 Mineral: Baryte
 Locality:
Colombia
 Dimensions: 46mm x 38mm x 19mm
 Description:
This specimen has been repaired... back shows it has come apart and been glued back together,but I don't mind as it's just for me :-)
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PostPosted: Aug 27, 2018 21:48    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Here is a decent sized Emerald in Calcite. But the colour is wonderful and the main part of the Calcite is mostly intact as well as both Emeralds having good terminations on at least one end.

The jeweller I got it from said he didn't expose the Emerald... but clearly someone has.
Seller said it came from the La Pita area... and given it's looks I have little reason to doubt that.

Main XL : L 6mm x W 6mm x D 4mm out of the Calcite
Smaller XL : L 5mm x W 3mm x D 3mm



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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite
 Locality:
La Pita mining district, Municipio Maripí, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 52mm x 46mm x 22mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  2306 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite
 Locality:
La Pita mining district, Municipio Maripí, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 52mm x 46mm x 22mm
 Description:
Closer look, larger XL clearly has a better termination on the lower right... other end may have been fractured in exposing attemps
 Viewed:  2312 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite
 Locality:
La Pita mining district, Municipio Maripí, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 52mm x 46mm x 22mm
 Description:
Better closeup of main XL termination
 Viewed:  2312 Time(s)

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PostPosted: Jan 15, 2019 11:04    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Recently acquired Fluorite from Colombia.
Exceptionally sharp and very unusual for the country, it's uncleaned/on some matrix and has minor calcite/aragonite covering parts of it.
I suspect that most specimens coming from here (the ones with the notable green line close to the corners) are in fact not just cleaned, but in many cases with some acids to get rid of those encrustations.
(on the back of this one are hints of the classic green)



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 Mineral: Fluorite, Calcite?, Aragonite?
 Locality:
Peñas Blancas Mine, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 65mm x 45mm x 35mm
 Description:
Largest XL appx.: 18mm x 16mm x 13mm
 Viewed:  995 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Fluorite, Calcite?, Aragonite?
 Locality:
Peñas Blancas Mine, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 65mm x 45mm x 35mm
 Description:
Largest XL appx.: 18mm x 16mm x 13mm
 Viewed:  995 Time(s)

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PostPosted: Jan 15, 2019 11:13    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Bergur_E_Sigurdarson wrote:
Recently acquired Fluorite from Colombia.
Exceptionally sharp and very unusual for the country, it's uncleaned/on some matrix and has minor calcite/aragonite covering parts of it.
I suspect that most specimens coming from here (the ones with the notable green line close to the corners) are in fact not just cleaned, but in many cases with some acids to get rid of those encrustations.
(on the back of this one are hints of the classic green)

Very clean Fluorite considering this is from Peñas Blancas!
It seems like the less "classic green" they look, the sharper and cleaner they are.
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PostPosted: Jan 15, 2019 11:14    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

From a recent discovery in Chivor come Pyrites on Dolomite
(I think, tho this is just by comparing to known mindat entries... it wouldn't surprise me if there were other minerals here.... to me it looks more like Ankerite, but this is just visual comparison of, again, mindat info)

This specimen has several semi-octahedral main crystals, that are each made up of a very complex set of smaller ones.



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 Mineral: Pyrite
 Locality:
Chivor mining district, Municipio Chivor, Eastern Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 55mm x 68mm x 41mm
 Description:
Central XL complex is about 20mm each octahedral side
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PostPosted: Jan 15, 2019 12:01    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Double terminated quartz with a nice phantom layer in it.

Purchased in the streets of Bogota (local, but no exact location)



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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Colombia
 Dimensions: 36mm x 17mm x 13mm
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PostPosted: Jan 15, 2019 12:10    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Rather large "smokey" quartz... sort of bi-terminated (white and pinkish matrix attachment on back - feldspar?)

Location is vague, was bought in Bogota, and I was informed after the purchase (seller only wanted to disclose the dept. it came from... if even true) that the seller and his wife were the actual miners.
This may be another case of semi-legal mining here in Colombia, where the cost of a licence to extract (and fear of losing the land) may be too high or risky and just doing it in secret feels "safer".



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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Santander Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 100mm x 65mm x 48mm
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PostPosted: Jan 15, 2019 12:46    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Interesting split growth of very clear Colombian quartz. Split caused by an interrupting crystal.

Not sure how well it's visible in photos, so I'm posting two, hopefully visible.

All points are nicely terminated and almost without damages (tho the interrupting one is oddly terminated, it is not cracked and unfortunately out of focus mostly in photos)

Has remnants of black shale matrix so not one of the "Santander" ones (they are usually in whitish/pinkish or iron stained stuff)... I would guess Western Emerald Belt... but not sure where.



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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Colombia
 Dimensions: 59mm x 27mm x 41mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  940 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
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 Dimensions: 59mm x 27mm x 41mm
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 Viewed:  942 Time(s)

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PostPosted: Jan 15, 2019 15:25    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Bergur_E_Sigurdarson wrote:
Rather large "smokey" quartz... sort of bi-terminated (white and pinkish matrix attachment on back - feldspar?)

Location is vague, was bought in Bogota, and I was informed after the purchase (seller only wanted to disclose the dept. it came from... if even true) that the seller and his wife were the actual miners.
This may be another case of semi-legal mining here in Colombia, where the cost of a licence to extract (and fear of losing the land) may be too high or risky and just doing it in secret feels "safer".

Most of the specimens are extracted by the guaqueros (the "semi-legal miners") and of course the last thing they want is to disclose the location of their own little "gold mine".
But what makes things worse in Colombia is the legal status of the property rights.
Land ownership is an old and deeply-rooted issue in Colombia, not just because of the mass, undocumented displacement of landowners throughout the past 50 years of armed conflict but also because of the widespread corruption and the fact that the majority of government officials are from families of rich landowners, which has made property titles powerful instruments of manipulation and political pressure.
For all these reasons, the mine location/name disclosure is less likely to happen in Colombia than in any other part of the world.
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PostPosted: Mar 15, 2019 08:06    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Now that I have the lab results in, I can finally add this specimen to my collection page.

Allophane spherules, up to 2mm in size, on a fragile shale matrix.

I think the colour is fantastic... that blue, is to me even better than that of the blue dolomites and as nice as some of the euclases from Colombia.



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 Mineral: Allophane
 Locality:
Otanche, Occidente Province, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 15,5cm x 7,5cm x 8,5cm
 Description:
 Viewed:  161 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Allophane
 Locality:
Otanche, Occidente Province, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 15,5cm x 7,5cm x 8,5cm
 Description:
Closeup
 Viewed:  159 Time(s)

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