Dyscrasite pseudomorph of Silver – Wenzel Mine


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This dyscrasite is from the Wenzel Mine in the Frohnbach Valley, Oberwolfach, Wolfach, Ortenaukreis, Freiburg Region, Baden-Wuttemberg, Germany. This is an ancient mine that was mined for the recovery of silver, cobalt and nickel. It contained 58 different minerals including Dyscrasite. It is a silver sulfide containing the elements, Ag and S. This piece is representative of an arborescent native silver specimen that was replaced or pseudomorphed by dyscrasite. It measures 20 x 7 x 2 mm.

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Weight4 oz

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