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Turquoise, Lynch Station, Virginia; 2 5/8" Ac

Turquoise is not a rare mineral species. It is rare as crystals. This is undoubtedly one of the finest specimens of crystallized turquoise in existence. Although the turquoise crystals of this piece are only microscopic, the coverage is rich. The specimen is also colorful and lustrous. This is a try novelty specimen. There is no doubt that it is an American classic and is the type of mineral specimen that could be appreciated by a large audience including collectors of copper bearing mineral species or collectors of great rarities.


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