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PostPosted: Jul 02, 2020 15:59    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

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Not perfectly sure about the composition of the matrix, but seems to mostly be some deteriorated carbonates (calcite and/or dolomite?) and on the back there is an eroded pyrite crystal.


In Gachalá, Euclase is found in lower cretaceous sedimentary rocks predominantly affected by chemical weathering.
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PostPosted: Jul 04, 2020 16:53    Post subject: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Small but perfect little Emerald sitting on "wings" of Calcite... I called it the butterfly... but maybe it's so small, that just fly would be more appropriate :-)


esmeralda-la-mariposa-calcite-penas-blancas.jpg
 Mineral: Emerald, Calcite
 Locality:
Peñas Blancas Mine, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 11 x 15 x 9 mm (HxWxD)
 Description:
Emerald xl 9,5 x 4 x 4 mm (HxWxD)
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PostPosted: Jul 09, 2020 11:29    Post subject: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Before the lockdown I had to leave Colombia for a few days and went for a quick weekend hop to Lima, Peru. I used the opportunity to get some specimens from there.

Didn't have much time to prepare, find out where it would be best to buy and was feeling a bit underwhelmed by the offerings I saw (possibly because I wasn't in the "right" places and had little time). But upon my return and going through Peruvian material on the internet I'm a lot more pleased with what I got.

Here are some of the pieces, just in the order that I've been taking pictures.

As those were all purchased in Lima, I can only rely on their locality being what I was told (though I have scoured Mindat to verify that similar material is coming from those localities).



flurite-manganoan-calcite-dolo-pyrite.jpg
 Mineral: Fluorite, Calcite (var. Manganoan), Pyrite
 Locality:
Huanzala Mine, Huallanca District, Dos de Mayo Province, Huánuco Department, Peru
 Dimensions: 13 x 5 x 7 cm
 Description:
The shapes of the Calcite suggest they are growing after something, as they form "casts"
 Viewed:  6995 Time(s)

flurite-manganoan-calcite-dolo-pyrite.jpg



axinite.jpg
 Mineral: Axinite-(Mn), Quartz
 Locality:
Cullhuay, Huaros District, Canta Province, Lima Department, Peru
 Dimensions: 6,5 x 5,6 x 5,2 cm
 Description:
See https://www.mindat.org/3WL-3WF for locality and similar specimen.
My specimen also has those slender included quartzes, just on the back
 Viewed:  7025 Time(s)

axinite.jpg



large-epidote.jpg
 Mineral: Epidote
 Locality:
Pampa Blanca, Ticrapo District, Castrovirreyna Province, Huancavelica Department, Peru
 Dimensions: 7,9 x 5,9 x 4,3 cm
 Description:
 Viewed:  7012 Time(s)

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calcite-chalco-galena-pyrite.jpg
 Mineral: Calcite, Chalcopyrite, Galena, Pyrite
 Locality:
Peru
 Dimensions: 8,3 x 6,9 x 4,2 cm
 Description:
Don't remember locality I was told for this one and haven't found similar looking material, any help appreciated
 Viewed:  7026 Time(s)

calcite-chalco-galena-pyrite.jpg



peru-pink-fluorite-green-core-web.jpg
 Mineral: Fluorite
 Locality:
Huanzala Mine, Huallanca District, Dos de Mayo Province, Huánuco Department, Peru
 Dimensions: 6,1 x 4,6 x 3,5
 Description:
Nice pink with a light-green core
 Viewed:  7003 Time(s)

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Tetrahedrite-peru-web.jpg
 Mineral: Tetrahedrite, Quartz
 Locality:
Mina Casapalca, Casapalca, Chicla District, Huarochiri Province, Lima Department, Peru
 Dimensions: 6,0 x 3,5 x 1,8 cm
 Description:
Large xl 3,4 cm on edge
 Viewed:  6990 Time(s)

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quartz-mint-green-fluorite-peru-web.jpg
 Mineral: Fluorite, Quartz, Mica
 Locality:
Pasto Bueno, Pampas District, Pallasca Province, Ancash Department, Peru
 Dimensions: 4,4 x 4,3 x 3,3 cm
 Description:
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PostPosted: Jul 10, 2020 14:54    Post subject: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

The biggest microcline feldspar I've ever found myself, and I believe it's a manebach-twin, tho parts of it are missing.
I wasn't fortunate enough to find the pocket came from (I was just going through loose material, probably tailings from the old prospect), but expect it had some very nice things in it.

I was allowed onto the property next to the Little three mine near San Diego where I stumbled across this piece and a couple of small quartzes and even parts of the orange spessartine garnets the area is known for.
Judging by mindat, the property is located where the "Cable mine" used to be.
https://www.mindat.org/loc-91172.html

The owners showed me a huge ~25cm tall piece of quartz they'd found when digging some foundations, my little quartzes are just a couple of cm.



microcline-feldspar-CA-by-Little3.jpg
 Mineral: Microcline (Feldspar Group)
 Locality:
Little Three Mine area, Ramona, Ramona District, San Diego County, California, USA
 Dimensions: ~10 x 11 x 5 cm
 Description:
Not actually from Little three... but just west of it, see link to mindat location in description.
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PostPosted: Dec 06, 2020 11:18    Post subject: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

I got this and a few more specimens at Peñas Blancas in the beginning of the year.
This one has a faden like line running through the quartz and in the same direction a line runs through the fluorite. (Also "faden" fluorite growth?)

I really like this piece as well as the others as they have less common combinations from there as well as in this case, a very unusual shape, especially for the fluorite.

When I got it it had some quite damaged aragonite coating it in parts, so I did etch it away with acid. The fluorite was already with a satin finish before that treatment, and the areas that had the aragonite and those that were exposed seem equal and same as before the acid (only needed about 15minutes to either dissolve or dislodge the coating)

I also have a piece that has the minerals more intact and won't be using acid to remove the aragonite and calcite there, but the photos I have at the moment don't do it justice and sadly even this one is just taken on my phone.



Quarzo-Fluo-Penas.jpg
 Mineral: Fluorite, Quartz
 Locality:
Peñas Blancas Mine, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 78 x 29 x 25 mm
 Description:
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PostPosted: Dec 08, 2020 11:37    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Some green xmas colour.
A chain of emeralds in calcite and shale.
Some are even double terminated.

Bought in Bogota, so the location isn't 100%
... seller said Coscuez area, and that looks right to me (tho those "suffering" from the green fever might know better from just looking at the picture :-P )



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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Calcite
 Locality:
Coscuez mining district, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 28 x 24 x 11 mm
 Description:
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PostPosted: Dec 08, 2020 12:01    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Bergur_E_Sigurdarson wrote:
Some green xmas colour.
A chain of emeralds in calcite and shale.
Some are even double terminated.

Bought in Bogota, so the location isn't 100%
... seller said Coscuez area, and that looks right to me (tho those "suffering" from the green fever might know better from just looking at the picture :-P )

Hi Bergur
Maybe it's just my eyes but it seems like some of the calcites are pretty translucent.
If that's the case Coscuez is indeed a good bet.
I have a couple of specimens with translucent calcites bought from different sources and there seems to be a consensus around the locality.
Oh by the way, very nice medley of green prisms, even if it's not from Coscuez. Congrats!
Gérard (one of those suffering I suppose)
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PostPosted: Dec 08, 2020 13:14    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Wonderful emerald, Bergur!

And concerning that:
Bergur_E_Sigurdarson wrote:
Calcite, Chalcopyrite, Galena, Pyrite
Locality: Peru
Description: Don't remember locality I was told for this one and haven't found similar looking material, any help appreciated
Sorry that I have missed that post and didn't answer before: The specimen could be from Mina Casapalca (like the tetrahedrite in the same post).

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PostPosted: Dec 08, 2020 13:27    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Tobi wrote:
Wonderful emerald, Bergur!

And concerning that:
Bergur_E_Sigurdarson wrote:
Calcite, Chalcopyrite, Galena, Pyrite
Locality: Peru
Description: Don't remember locality I was told for this one and haven't found similar looking material, any help appreciated
Sorry that I have missed that post and didn't answer before: The specimen could be from Mina Casapalca (like the tetrahedrite in the same post).

Regards
Tobi

It could be from several different localities Tobi, better let it as it is now: 'Peru'
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PostPosted: Dec 08, 2020 15:39    Post subject: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Thank you Tobi
...and for the input on the Peruvian piece
...at the moment Jordi is right.
I have been searching the internet (mindat and more) and just recently found several near identical pieces but the owner has yet to reply if they know a more detailed location as the web-result also only says "Peru" at the moment.

Here are also photos of two recently acquired quartzes.



Quarzo-cabiche-matrix.jpg
 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Cabiche, Quípama, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 70 x 72 x 49 mm
 Description:
The tips have "fibrous" inclusions or "tubes".
At first the inclusions of the more yellow tipped ones were thought to be Humboldtine, but as these are found in a soil full of limonite and cleaned with oxalic acid that probably caused the appearance of Humboldtine.
Now many seem to refer to the inclusion as Halloysite, tho I haven't seen the "proof".
Some just call them "Mango quartz" due to the yellow, which I guess is "safer" than naming a mineral that one is unsure of.
 Viewed:  5992 Time(s)

Quarzo-cabiche-matrix.jpg



Quarzo-cabiche-penetration.jpg
 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Cabiche, Quípama, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 56 x 74 x 29 mm
 Description:
Altho this one doesn't show much of the famed inclusions from the locality, there are fibrous inclusions in the tip of the main crystal, as well as a smaller crystal growing right through it (I presume the smaller grew first and the larger then grew up and around it)
These are also of excellent clarity and same as my last post, no visible damages.
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PostPosted: Feb 03, 2022 15:47    Post subject: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson - new house  

I haven't had a place of my own since 2017.
After selling the house I owned in Iceland, I went travelling in the US and more.

My plan was to get a piece of land here in Colombia, where I now live mostly.

A few months ago I finally found something I liked, and bought it.
Been a bit slow since, in getting papers and such done, but just last week I got electricity hooked up to the land, and now an architect is working on making my basic plans into actual ones that can be submitted to the planning office.

My collection will finally have a place to be displayed.

And once the house is complete, it will have several little huts around it, where people can come and stay and enjoy the nature around (very close to native forest, a pretty waterfall and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Colombia, the colonial village of Villa de Leyva)

As an added bonus for those that stay, as well as those passing by, I want to have my collection open as a mini museum of minerals.
Currently there aren't good attractions of that kind here in Colombia, so I hope I can represent something "new" and interesting.
I'd like it to be of quality and will work on that in time, but at least I know I can offer variety and a good representation of Colombia and Iceland to begin with.

My budget isn't that of a high end collection, but one can dream... and have to start somewhere.

I hope to welcome any of you to my place, once ready and we're out of the pandemic being a problem :-)



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 Locality:
Boyacá Department, Colombia
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Basic plan of the house I'm planning to build, finally will have a place for my minerals.
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PostPosted: Feb 03, 2022 16:03    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Congratulations Bergur!
This is already quite an achievement despite all odds.
I feel you might need to expand the mineral room sooner or later.
Saludos
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PostPosted: Feb 04, 2022 16:51    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Hi Bergur.

Congratulations for your new minerals collection room.

You will make the competition to the Villa de Leyva´s tourism.
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PostPosted: Feb 04, 2022 19:00    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson - new house  

Bergur_E_Sigurdarson wrote:
I haven't had a place of my own since 2017.
After selling the house I owned in Iceland, I went travelling in the US and more.

My plan was to get a piece of land here in Colombia, where I now live mostly.

A few months ago I finally found something I liked, and bought it.
Been a bit slow since, in getting papers and such done, but just last week I got electricity hooked up to the land, and now an architect is working on making my basic plans into actual ones that can be submitted to the planning office.

My collection will finally have a place to be displayed.

And once the house is complete, it will have several little huts around it, where people can come and stay and enjoy the nature around (very close to native forest, a pretty waterfall and one of the most popular tourist destinations in Colombia, the colonial village of Villa de Leyva)

As an added bonus for those that stay, as well as those passing by, I want to have my collection open as a mini museum of minerals.
Currently there aren't good attractions of that kind here in Colombia, so I hope I can represent something "new" and interesting.
I'd like it to be of quality and will work on that in time, but at least I know I can offer variety and a good representation of Colombia and Iceland to begin with.

My budget isn't that of a high end collection, but one can dream... and have to start somewhere.

I hope to welcome any of you to my place, once ready and we're out of the pandemic being a problem :-)



Hello Bergur:

You started in Iceland and ended up in Columbia – that is a big change both in terms of climate and locality. I hope you do not mind me asking, but why Columbia?

All the Best

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PostPosted: Feb 04, 2022 19:19    Post subject: Re: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson - new house  

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Hello Bergur:

You started in Iceland and ended up in Columbia – that is a big change both in terms of climate and locality. I hope you do not mind me asking, but why Columbia?

All the Best

Silvia


I originally came to Colombia in 1996, as a volunteer on a cultural exchange program.
I worked for a Swiss organization in Bogota, and stayed with a family there as well.

Those people became as second family, not by blood, but by soul and heart.

After my initial stay in 1996-7 I regularly came for visits, and by 2017 I had decided to let go of my place in Iceland, did some traveling for nearly 2 years and then end of 2019 I came here to Colombia to get this project started...
...and early 2020 the virus was all over and delayed all my plans.
I did my best to try and find land, but it was slow, and before having any vaccination, almost impossible to check anything out (here there was a literal ban on travel between municipalities for a long time, and even walking into the village was only on certain days, determined by the last number of your ID-card

Anyway.... I get to stay with the people I know while I get my house started and have been "stuck" here in Colombia since the beginning of the pandemic.
My plans had always been to return to Iceland for a few months a year... mostly the summer... for the light and "good" weather.



Gerard:
hehe... I know that my collection will mostly fill that... but I only have a part here in Colombia yet... and the land does allow for rather easy expansion should that be needed :-)



Firmo:
I wouldn't say I'm competition to VdL.... but hope that once ready to be an added attraction to the surrounding areas :-)
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PostPosted: Sep 28, 2022 17:23    Post subject: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

Been a while since I added something to my actual collection

...so...

here is a large single calcite crystal.
Brownish grey core, band of green on the right, and nicely clear and lustrous surface.

14,5 x 9,5 x 8,5 cm

Palomas, Gachala, Colombia



308937349_10158373758516058_2786334994977728976_n.jpg
 Mineral: Calcite
 Locality:
Gachalá mining district, Palomas Mine, Vereda Palomas, Municipio Gachalá, Eastern Emerald Belt, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 14,5 x 9,5 x 8,5 cm
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PostPosted: Sep 28, 2022 17:28    Post subject: Collection of Bergur E. Sigurdarson  

...and another

Beautiful arrangement of quartz with dark green chlorites.

Location slightly vague, but Belencito near Otanche is claimed (not far from la Belleza, known for similarly nice quartz)

appx. 10 x 7 x 6,5 cm



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 Mineral: Quartz, chlorite
 Locality:
Municipio La Belleza, Vélez Province, Santander Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: appx. 10 x 7 x 6,5 cm
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