Anglesite
<p style="text-align: justify;">LOCALITY: Toussit Mine, Morocco 
<br /><br />1 1/4" Tall 
<br /><br />This piece is only an inexpensive reference or study grade specimen. It is worth just US$50. Toussit is one of the world's greatest anglesite producing mineral localities. It is most famous for the sharp, lemon yellow crystals that it once produced. These crystals were sometimes on matrix. Toussit produced several pieces over 1000 times finer than this one.  
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<p style="text-align: justify;">Other famous mines that produced fine quality crystalized anglesite specimens included Tsumeb, Namibia; Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia; The Wheatley Mine, Phoenixville, Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States and Monteponi, Sardinia, Italy.  Other localities that have beem producers of generally more trivial anglesite specimens are located in Tunisia, The United Kingdom and The Blanchard Mine in New Mexico where it occurs with linarite. </p> 
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<p style="text-align: justify;">Photo by Matthew Webb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia </p>
description: <p style="text-align: justify;">LOCALITY: Toussit Mine, Morocco <br /><br />1 1/4" Tall <br /><br />This piece is only an inexpensive reference or study grade specimen. It is worth just US$50. Toussit is one of the world's greatest anglesite producing mineral localities. It is most famous for the sharp, lemon yellow crystals that it once produced. These crystals were sometimes on matrix. Toussit produced several pieces over 1000 times finer than this one.  <br /><br /></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Other famous mines that produced fine quality crystalized anglesite specimens included Tsumeb, Namibia; Broken Hill, New South Wales, Australia; The Wheatley Mine, Phoenixville, Chester County, Pennsylvania, United States and Monteponi, Sardinia, Italy.  Other localities that have beem producers of generally more trivial anglesite specimens are located in Tunisia, The United Kingdom and The Blanchard Mine in New Mexico where it occurs with linarite. </p> <p style="text-align: justify;"> </p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Photo by Matthew Webb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia </p>
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