Chrysocolla Pseudomorphs from the Ray Mine, Arizona


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This chrysocolla is from the Ray Mine at Scott Mountain, Mineral Creek Mining District, Dripping Springs Mountains, Pinal County, Arizona, USA. This mine contained 55 different minerals including many copper minerals like chrysocolla. It is a silicate that contains the elements Cu, Al, Si, O and H. This piece was part of a famous find of pseudomorphs believed to be chrysocolla replacements of azurite or possibly selenite. It has never been determined what the original mineral was. It measures 2 1/8 x 1 1/8 x 1 inches or 53 x 28 x 25 mm

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Weight6 oz

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