Kovdorskite
<p style="text-align: justify;">LOCALITY: Kovdor Mine, Kola Peninsula, Russia 
<br />3" across 
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<br />This is one of the largest and best known examples of this rare phosphate species. All of the crystals are terminated, are as lustrous as polished glass and are undamaged. The back of the piece consist of a rock which contains cavities lined with microcrystals of collinsite. 
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<br />This piece was bought from Robert Sielecki at the Tucson Show in 2006. 
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<br />Photo by Matthew Webb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia     
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description: <p style="text-align: justify;">LOCALITY: Kovdor Mine, Kola Peninsula, Russia <br />3" across <br /> <br />This is one of the largest and best known examples of this rare phosphate species. All of the crystals are terminated, are as lustrous as polished glass and are undamaged. The back of the piece consist of a rock which contains cavities lined with microcrystals of collinsite. <br />  <br />This piece was bought from Robert Sielecki at the Tucson Show in 2006. <br />  <br />Photo by Matthew Webb of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia     <br /> </p>

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