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PostPosted: Aug 17, 2019 08:41    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Quartz from Muzo, Boyacá Department, Colombia. (Nº-9).

Doubly terminated chubby crystal supported by a fine beam on quartz matrix.



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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Muzo mining district, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 75mm x 44mm x 48mm
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(Nº-9).
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 Mineral: Quartz
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(Nº-9).
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 Mineral: Quartz
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 Dimensions: 75mm x 44mm x 48mm
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PostPosted: Aug 20, 2019 12:26    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Quartz from La Belleza, Santander Department, Colombia. (Nº-66).

Geometric phantom and Chlorite inclusions as a sprinkled green clouds and points in this quartz.



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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Municipio La Belleza, Vélez Province, Santander Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 20mm x 62mm x 14mm
 Description:
(Nº-66).
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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Municipio La Belleza, Vélez Province, Santander Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 20mm x 62mm x 14mm
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(Nº-66).
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PostPosted: Aug 23, 2019 09:18    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Quartz from Peñas Blancas, Boyacá Department, Colombia. (Nº-68).

Transparent Quartz point with horizontal striations and many different faces, typical from this zone.



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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Peñas Blancas Mine, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 27mm x 54mm x 23mm
 Description:
(Nº-68).
 Viewed:  8908 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Peñas Blancas Mine, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 27mm x 54mm x 23mm
 Description:
(Nº-68).
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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Peñas Blancas Mine, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 27mm x 54mm x 23mm
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(Nº-68). Backside.
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PostPosted: Aug 29, 2019 13:26    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Beryl (variety emerald), Parisite and Calcite from Muzo, Boyacá Department, Colombia.

Green Beryl prism with dark inclusions, Parisite, Calcite and a second little Beryl crystal.



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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Parisite and Calcite
 Locality:
Muzo mining district, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 45mm x 42mm x 36mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  8580 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Parisite and Calcite
 Locality:
Muzo mining district, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 45mm x 42mm x 36mm
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 Viewed:  8608 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Beryl (variety emerald), Parisite and Calcite
 Locality:
Muzo mining district, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 45mm x 42mm x 36mm
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Green Beryl prism with dark inclusions, Parisite, Calcite and a second little Beryl crystal.
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PostPosted: Sep 02, 2019 14:45    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Quartz from Peñas Blancas, Boyacá Department, Colombia. (Nº-67).

Transparent Quartz point with many faces at the top.



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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Peñas Blancas Mine, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 22mm x 41mm x 20mm
 Description:
(Nº-67).
 Viewed:  8463 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Peñas Blancas Mine, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 22mm x 41mm x 20mm
 Description:
(Nº-67).
 Viewed:  8480 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Peñas Blancas Mine, Municipio San Pablo de Borbur, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 22mm x 41mm x 20mm
 Description:
Transparent Quartz point with many faces at the top. (Nº-67).
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PostPosted: Sep 02, 2019 15:24    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Firmo,

I can't help but note that you are completely right with the format of specimen dimensions. A notation such as 20 mm x 6 mm x 14 mm is the correct one, no matter which unit you use, mm, cm or m.

Writing something as 20 x 62 x 14 mm, although everybody understands it, is improper and not mathematically rigorous since 20 and 62 are also mm each and so the unit symbol cannot be omitted. Another way to put it would be (20 x 62 x 14) mm with a 3 as superindex, but unfortunately I can't find the way for FMF to interpret the HTML code <sup></sup> while surprisingly it does understand the subindex, like mm3.

More details at http://physics.nist.gov/cuu/Units/checklist.html (go to item #12, Math notation).

Mindat.org photo galleries use the right notation too.
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PostPosted: Sep 03, 2019 11:22    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Hi Carles.

Thank you very much for your interesting post.
I didn´t know the link you give us, but item #12 is so clear.

I remember i read something about this theme precisely in your collection thread.

Also my math mind always tries to measure according to the coordinate axes X - Y - Z, width, height, depth.

These are two reasons that lead me to use that notation. I´m very glad that it is the correct format.

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PostPosted: Sep 03, 2019 11:35    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Firmo Espinar wrote:
Hi Carles.
Thank you very much for your interesting post.
I didn´t know the link you give us, but item #12 is so clear.
I remember i read something about this theme precisely in your collection thread.
Also my math mind always tries to measure according to the coordinate axes X - Y - Z, width, height, depth.
These are two reasons that lead me to use that notation. I´m very glad that it is the correct format.
Best regards.

As an individual and (if permitted) as a site admin, I encourage all the FMF members to also use the right notation.
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PostPosted: Sep 08, 2019 08:36    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Quartz from Muzo, Boyacá Department, Colombia. (Nº-15).

Couple of doubly terminated Quartz crystals with many sons. Sometimes seems a butterfly.



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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Muzo mining district, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 64mm x 58mm x 23mm
 Description:
(Nº-15).
 Viewed:  8248 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
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 Dimensions: 64mm x 58mm x 23mm
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Couple of doubly terminated Quartz crystals with many sons. Sometimes seems a butterfly. (Nº-15).
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PostPosted: Sep 14, 2019 04:02    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Quartz from Muzo, Boyacá Department, Colombia. (Nº-14).

Flat crystal whose three main points are 8mm deep. With yellow and red inclusions.



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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Muzo mining district, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 53mm x 66mm x 20mm
 Description:
(Nº-14).
 Viewed:  8138 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Muzo mining district, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 53mm x 66mm x 20mm
 Description:
(Nº-14).
 Viewed:  8149 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Muzo mining district, Western Emerald Belt, Boyacá Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 53mm x 66mm x 20mm
 Description:
Flat crystal whose three main points are 8mm deep. With yellow and red inclusions.
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PostPosted: Sep 19, 2019 14:11    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Quartz from San Roque, Northeastern, Antioquia Department, Colombia. (Nº-69).

Flat crystal with internal white drawings, that comes from one of the sixty existing gold mines in this area.



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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
San Roque, Northeastern, Antioquia Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 30mm x 80mm x 7mm
 Description:
(Nº-69).
 Viewed:  8024 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
San Roque, Northeastern, Antioquia Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 30mm x 80mm x 7mm
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Flat crystal with internal white drawings, that comes from one of the sixty existing gold mines in this area. (Nº-69).
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PostPosted: Sep 24, 2019 14:48    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Pyrite from Gachalá mining district, Municipio Gachalá, Eastern Emerald Belt, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia.

Two intergrown pyritohedrons forming an "iron cross" twin.

It is practically a 36 mm diameter sphere.

This specimen was acquired in Bogotá at the my friend Ernesto´s shop on Carrera 15 and is the one and only i´ve found in Colombia.



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 Mineral: Pyrite
 Locality:
Gachalá mining district, Municipio Gachalá, Eastern Emerald Belt, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 37mm x 36 mm x 35mm
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 Mineral: Pyrite
 Locality:
Gachalá mining district, Municipio Gachalá, Eastern Emerald Belt, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 37mm x 36 mm x 35mm
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 Viewed:  7889 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Pyrite
 Locality:
Gachalá mining district, Municipio Gachalá, Eastern Emerald Belt, Cundinamarca Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 37mm x 36 mm x 35mm
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Two intergrown pyritohedrons forming an "iron cross" twin.
It is practically a 36 mm diameter sphere.
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PostPosted: Sep 25, 2019 09:14    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

There was a find a few months ago in Colombia of those.
But when found they are all covered in Goetite.... sadly some sellers in Colombia didn't like that dark look (after realizing they were Pyrite inside) and "cleaned" them.

I managed to get a few original from that find.
But of the "cleaned" ones I saw I'm not sure if they used chemicals or even in cases abrasives.

I hope you will at some point get one that hasn't been meddled with!

See also this article on the "iron cross twins":

http(:)//www(.)mcdougallminerals(.)com/blog/tag/pyrite-iron-cross-twin/

"These were being sold as “limonite” pseudomorphs after pyrite, but they are not. They are pyrite crystals with a thin surface veneer of goethite."
...where there are good images of those, as they are supposed to look... before anyone has removed the Goetite :-)
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PostPosted: Sep 28, 2019 14:54    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Hi Bergur thank you for your news.

Titanite and Chlorite from Switzerland.



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 Mineral: Titanite and Chlorite
 Locality:
Switzerland
 Dimensions: Overall size: 32mm x 36mm x 22mm; Xl = 8mm x 14mm x 1,5mm
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 Viewed:  7772 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Titanite and Chlorite
 Locality:
Switzerland
 Dimensions: Overall size: 32mm x 36mm x 22mm; Xl = 8mm x 14mm x 1,5mm
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PostPosted: Oct 01, 2019 15:40    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Quartz from Mexico.


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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Mexico
 Dimensions: 42mm x 44mm x 33mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  7721 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Quartz
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Mexico
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PostPosted: Oct 05, 2019 10:11    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Fluorite from Hunan Province, China.

Cuboctahedral purple Fluorite with a circular flat end like a heliport on every pyramid.

The crystals combine the contour of an octahedron with the staggered cubic forms. With highlighted edges as stairs by the cubes.



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 Mineral: Fluorite
 Locality:
Yaogangxian Mine, Yizhang, Chenzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China
 Dimensions: 72mm x 66mm x 61mm
 Description:
 Viewed:  7630 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Fluorite
 Locality:
Yaogangxian Mine, Yizhang, Chenzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China
 Dimensions: 72mm x 66mm x 61mm
 Description:
Cuboctahedral purple Fluorite with a circular flat end like a heliport on every pyramid.
 Viewed:  7625 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Fluorite
 Locality:
Yaogangxian Mine, Yizhang, Chenzhou Prefecture, Hunan Province, China
 Dimensions: 72mm x 66mm x 61mm
 Description:
The crystals combine the contour of an octahedron with the staggered cubic forms. With highlighted edges as stairs by the cubes.
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PostPosted: Oct 05, 2019 12:41    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Firmo Espinar wrote:
Fluorite from Hunan Province, China.
Cuboctahedral purple Fluorite with a circular flat end like a heliport on every pyramid.
The crystals combine the contour of an octahedron with the staggered cubic forms. With highlighted edges as stairs by the cubes.

Hi Firmo!

Hunan is a rather large territory, with 210 000 km² and over 67 million people. Don't you know the precise locality? Did you look it up at Mindat?
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PostPosted: Oct 05, 2019 17:44    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Hi Carles.

Always nice to hear from you.

I’ve only seen similar ones forming something like “Aztec pyramids” coming from the Yaogangxian MIne, Yizhang, Prefecture Chenzhou, Hunan Province, China.

But the cubes that form these crystals are smaller and these octahedrons are more accentuated than what I could see from Yaogangxian Mine.

And I haven’t found anything like these heliports at all vertexes.

I really look forward to limit the locality, but I’m just sure of this origin that appears on the label.

Perhaps someone may express their opinion?
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PostPosted: Oct 05, 2019 17:52    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Firmo Espinar wrote:
...Perhaps someone may express their opinion?

I would say Yaogangxian Mine

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PostPosted: Oct 09, 2019 12:37    Post subject: Re: Collection of Firmo Espinar  

Ok Jordi, thank you very much.

Now Quartz from Buriticá, Antioquia Department, Colombia. (Nº-71).



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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Buriticá, Occidente Province, Antioquia Department, Colombia
 Dimensions: 72mm x 36mm x 16mm
 Description:
(Nº-71).
 Viewed:  7434 Time(s)

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 Mineral: Quartz
 Locality:
Buriticá, Occidente Province, Antioquia Department, Colombia
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