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Specimen Silver 4513CO
Weight: 7.1 Grams
Size: 2.2 x 1.7 x 0.8cm
Mining District: Timiskaming- Gowganda
County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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NATIVE SILVER!!!!! Crystalline Silver specimen from historic, Cobalt, Ontario, Canadian mines. Nice piece, exhibits bright silver metallic luster, interesting texture. No Matrix remains. May have minor dark Cobalt minerals. This specimen comes from an old 1900s mine dump. Massive Native Silver was discovered in veins in Pre-Cambrian Greenstones in Cobalt Ontario in 1903 and hundreds of mines were eventually exploiting the metal. By 1915 the mines were essentially exhausted. Some minor mining occurred later. Native Silver was found in several important American mining districts historically. Virginia City, Tonopah, Austin, and Rochester were the most productive Nevada mines.

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Silver Specimen 4512CO
Weight: 0.9 Grams
Size: 3 x 1.7 x 0.1cm
Mining District: Timiskaming- Gowganda
County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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NATIVE SILVER!!!!!  

A very thin, crystalline Silver leaf specimen from the historic, Timiskaming mining district, Cobalt, Ontario.  Specimen exhibits a bright, velvety, silver metallic luster, no matrix remains. Weighs .03 OZ.

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Specimen Silver 4511CO
Weight: 2.7 Grams
Size: 2.5 x 1 x 0.8cm
Mining District: Timiskaming- Gowganda
County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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NATIVE SILVER!!!!! Crystalline Silver specimen from historic, Cobalt, Ontario, Canadian mines. Nice piece, exhibits bright silver metallic luster, curious character. Few % Dolomite Matrix remains.This specimen comes from an old 1900s mine dump. Massive Native Silver was discovered in veins in Pre-Cambrian Greenstones in Cobalt Ontario in 1903 and hundreds of mines were eventually exploiting the metal. By 1915 the mines were essentially exhausted. Some minor mining occurred later. Native Silver was found in several important American mining districts historically. Virginia City, Tonopah, Austin, and Rochester were the most productive Nevada mines. Today a few of these mines are still producing Silver...but not Native Silver. Moreover, only a few foreign countries still produce Silver and its very difficult to obtain any Native specimens today.

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Specimen Silver 4510CO
Weight: 13.2 Grams
Size: 4.5 x 1.5 x 0.8cm
Mining District: Timiskaming- Gowganda
County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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NATIVE SILVER!!!!!  Splendid crystalline Silver specimen from historic, Cobalt, Ontario, Canadian mines. A thick tabular specimen exhibits brilliant silver metallic luster.  Hosted by Dolomite, and Chloritized Greenstone matrix.  This specimen comes from an old 1900s mine dump.  Massive Native Silver was discovered  in veins in Pre-Cambrian Greenstones in Cobalt Ontario in 1903 and hundreds of mines were eventually exploiting the metal. By 1915 the mines were essentially exhausted. Some minor mining occurred later.  Today only a few countries have historically produced Native Silver and its very difficult to obtain today.Weighs .42 OZ

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Specimen Silver 4509CO
Weight: 1.9 Grams
Size: 3 x 1.8 x 0.2cm
Mining District: Timiskaming- Gowganda
County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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NATIVE SILVER!!!!!  

A thin, crystalline Silver leaf specimen from the historic, Timiskaming mining district, Cobalt, Ontario.  Specimen exhibits a bright, velvety, silver metallic luster, and has a few % other Silver Selenides, and Cobalt minerals.

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Specimen Silver 4465CO
Weight: 269 Grams
Size: 7.5 x 6 x 1.6cm
Mining District: Cobalt
County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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CANADIAN SILVER!!!!! 

  Crystalline Silver specimen from the historic, Cobalt, Ontario, Canadian mines.  This specimen has been cut with a diamond saw to produce a 1.5 centimeter slab with one side polished, the other side as found. Native Silver is hosted in Calcite matrix. Dendritic Silver exhibits brilliant silver metallic luster. There are other complex Silver Sulfides and Arsenide minerals also present.

This specimen comes from the old, 1900s historic Beaver  Mine, mine dump.   Massive Native Silver was discovered  in veins in Pre-Cambrian Greenstones in Cobalt Ontario in 1903 and hundreds of mines were eventually exploiting the metal. By 1915 the mines were essentially exhausted. Some minor mining occurred later.  Native Silver was found in several important American mining districts historically. Virginia City, Tonopah, Austin, and Rochester were the most productive Nevada mines. Today a few of these mines are still producing Silver...but not Native Silver. Moreover, only a few foreign countries still produce Silver and its very difficult to obtain any Native specimens today. Weighs 8.65  OZ.

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Specimen Silver 4464CO
Weight: 141 Grams
Size: 9 x 7 x 0.7cm
Mining District: Cobalt
County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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CANADIAN SILVER!!!!! 

  Crystalline Silver specimen from the historic, Cobalt, Ontario, Canadian mines.  This specimen has been cut with a diamond saw to produce a .7 centimeter slab with both sides polished. It appears that this slab cuts a 6 cm. Calcite vein.   Native Silver is hosted in this Calcite matrix. Dendritic Silver exhibits brilliant silver metallic luster. There are other complex Silver Sulfides and Arsenide minerals also present.

This specimen comes from the old, 1900s historic Lanson  Mine, mine dump.   Massive Native Silver was discovered  in veins in Pre-Cambrian Greenstones in Cobalt Ontario in 1903 and hundreds of mines were eventually exploiting the metal. By 1915 the mines were essentially exhausted. Some minor mining occurred later.  Native Silver was found in several important American mining districts historically. Virginia City, Tonopah, Austin, and Rochester were the most productive Nevada mines. Today a few of these mines are still producing Silver...but not Native Silver. Moreover, only a few foreign countries still produce Silver and its very difficult to obtain any Native specimens today. Weighs 4.53 OZ.

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Silver Specimen 4462Co.
Weight: 163 Grams
Size: 9 x 8 x 0.7cm
Mining District: Cobalt
County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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CANADIAN SILVER!!!!! 

  Crystalline Silver specimen from the historic, Cobalt, Ontario, Canadian mines.  This specimen has been cut with a diamond saw to produce a .7 centimeter slab with both sides polished. Native Silver is hosted in Calcite matrix. Dendritic Silver exhibits brilliant silver metallic luster. There are other complex Silver Sulfides and Arsenide minerals also present.

This specimen comes from the old, 1900s historic Lanson  Mine, mine dump.   Massive Native Silver was discovered  in veins in Pre-Cambrian Greenstones in Cobalt Ontario in 1903 and hundreds of mines were eventually exploiting the metal. By 1915 the mines were essentially exhausted. Some minor mining occurred later.  Native Silver was found in several important American mining districts historically. Virginia City, Tonopah, Austin, and Rochester were the most productive Nevada mines. Today a few of these mines are still producing Silver...but not Native Silver. Moreover, only a few foreign countries still produce Silver and its very difficult to obtain any Native specimens today. Weighs 5.24 OZ.

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Specimen Silver 4461CO
Weight: 44 Grams
Size: 5.5 x 3 x 0.5cm
Mining District: Cobalt
County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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NATIVE SILVER!!!!! 

  Two Crystallized Silver specimens from the historic, Cobalt, Ontario, Canadian mines.  The specimen has been cut with a diamond saw to produce two - .5 centimeter slabs with one   polished on both sides the other left as found. Native Silver is hosted in a pink Calcite matrix. Crystallized dendritic Silver exhibits brilliant silver metallic luster. There are other complex Silver Sulfides and Cobalt, Arsenide minerals present.

These two specimens come from the old, 1900s historic Langis Mine, mine dump.   Massive Native Silver was discovered  in veins in Pre-Cambrian Greenstones in Cobalt Ontario in 1903 and hundreds of mines were eventually exploiting the metal. By 1915 the mines were essentially exhausted. Some minor mining occurred later.  Native Silver was found in several important American mining districts historically. Virginia City, Tonopah, Austin, and Rochester were the most productive Nevada mines. Today a few of these mines are still producing Silver...but not Native Silver. Moreover, only a few foreign countries still produce Silver and its very difficult to obtain any Native specimens today. Weighs 1.4 OZ.

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Silver Specimen 4459CO
Weight: 187 Grams
Mining District: Cobalt
County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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NATIVE SILVER!!!!! 

  Crystalline  Silver specimen from the historic, Cobalt, Ontario, Canadian mines.  This specimen has been cut with a diamond saw to produce a 1 centimeter slab with one polished side, and one as found. Native Silver is hosted in pink Dolomite matrix. Dendritic Silver exhibits brilliant silver metallic luster. There are other complex Silver Sulfides and Arsenide minerals also present.

This specimen comes from the  old, 1900s historic Silverfield  Mine, mine dump.   Massive Native Silver was discovered  in veins in Pre-Cambrian Greenstones in Cobalt Ontario in 1903 and hundreds of mines were eventually exploiting the metal. By 1915 the mines were essentially exhausted. Some minor mining occurred later.  Native Silver was found in several important American mining districts historically. Virginia City, Tonopah, Austin, and Rochester were the most productive Nevada mines. Today a few of these mines are still producing Silver...but not Native Silver. Moreover, only a few foreign countries still produce Silver and its very difficult to obtain any Native  specimens today. Weighs 6 OZ.

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Specimen Silver 4441
Weight: 100 Grams
Size: 7 x 3 x 3cm
Mining District: Bouisma
County: Morocco, Africa
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CRYSTALLIZED SILVER, and DYSCRASITE!!!!!!  A stunning, large specimen of the rare, inter-grown, complex, and unique Silver-Antimony minerals named Dyscrasite, with Native Silver.  These crystals are intricate and well formed in a fine arborescent (branching) habit. Many dendrite growths are capped with octahedral crystals. Exhibits gleaming luster and a fine silver color. There is another dark gray crystallized mineral present??  (Acanthite?) The matrix is Calcite and Greenstone.  Also a few % Asbestos-like mineral.  Found in the Bouisma mine, Morocco, Africa. These premium Silver specimens are becoming difficult to find, the Moroccan government restricts the exportation.  Weighs 3.2 OZ.

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Specimen Silver 4439
Weight: 51.4 Grams
Size: 7 x 4.5 x 2cm
Mining District: Bou Azzer
County: Morocco, Africa
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CRYSTALLINE SILVER!!!!!! 

An interesting specimen of Native Silver.  Cris-crossed fracture fillings of Calcite in Greenstone are host to beautiful crystalline native Silver. Exhibits gleaming luster and a silver-white color.  Greenstone is an altered Basalt with green Chlorite and Dolomite.  Weighs 1.7 OZ.

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Silver Specimens 4434
Weight: 289 Grams
Size: 11 x 8 x 1cm
Mining District: Cobalt
County: Ontario, Canada
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NATIVE SILVER!!!!! 

  Crystalline  Silver specimen from the historic, Cobalt, Ontario, Canadian mines.  This specimen has been cut with a diamond saw to produce a 1 centimeter slab with two polished sides. Native Silver is hosted in calcite matrix. Dendritic Silver exhibits brilliant silver metallic luster. There are also several thick and wide streaks of Native Silver seen showing brilliant luster.  This specimen comes from the  old, 1900s historic Beaver Mine mine dump   Massive Native Silver was discovered  in veins in Pre-Cambrian Greenstones in Cobalt Ontario in 1903 and hundreds of mines were eventually exploiting the metal. By 1915 the mines were essentially exhausted. Some minor mining occurred later.  Native Silver was found in several important American mining districts historically. Virginia City, Tonopah, Austin, and Rochester were the most productive Nevada mines. Today a few of these mines are still producing Silver...but not Native Silver. Moreover, only a few foreign countries still produce Silver and its very difficult to obtain any Native  specimens today. Weighs 9.3 OZ.

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