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  • silver_specimen_4044
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    Native Silver 4044CO
    Weight: 282 Grams
    Size: 12 x 5 x 2.7cm
    Mining District: Timiskaming District
    County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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    PLUME SILVER

    A splendid specimen of dendritic Silver from the historic Silverfield Mine, Cobalt Ontario.  Specimen is cut on one side which illustrates the very bright native Silver luster. Beautiful dendritic habit. May have trace pink, Rhodochrosite. The other side is left un-cut and shows the natural field exposured surface.

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  • native_silver_4042im-b
    Silver 4042
    Weight: 40.5 Grams
    Size: 6 x 3.5 x 3cm
    Mining District: Timiskaming District
    County: Morocco, Africa
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    NATIVE SILVER!!!!!    Impressive crystallized Silver leaf specimen from historic, Cobalt-Gowganda, Ontario, Canadian mines.  Specimen exhibits bright, silver metallic luster.   Rare trace of tiny Quartz crystals on the Silver leaf which gives a crystal-like texture. This specimen comes from an old 1900s mine dump. 


  • native_silver_4041im
    Silver 4041
    Weight: 22.5 Grams
    Size: 4.8 x 3.3 x 1.8cm
    Mining District: Bou Azzer District
    County: Morocco, Africa
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    Superb specimen of silver-metallic allargentum pseudomorphs after dendritic dyscrasite crystals in calcite. Dyscrasite crystallized first, then partially altered to allargentum, while maintaining the original dyscrasite form. Exhibits very bright luster and silvery white color. Very strong dendritic format. Trace dark gray Acinthite?? Calcite matrix.


  • native_silver_4040im
    Native Silver 4040Bou
    Weight: 57.2 Grams
    Size: 7 x 3 x 2cm
    Mining District: Bou Azzer District
    County: Morocco, Africa
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    CRYSTALLIZED SILVER, ALLARGENTUM, and DYSCRASITE!!!!!!  A stunning specimen of the rare, inter-grown, complex, and unique Silver-Antimony minerals named Dyscrasite, Allargentum, with Native Silver.  These crystals are intricate and well formed in a fine arborescent (branching) habit. Exhibits gleaming luster and a fine silvery-grey color. Silver also shows wires, blades, and leaves. There is another dark gray crystallized mineral present??  (Acanthite?) The matrix is Calcite. Found in the Bouisma mine, Morocco, Africa.


  • native_silver_4039im-b
    Native Silver 4039CO
    Weight: 62.6 Grams
    Size: 4 x 3.5 x 4cm
    Mining District: Timiskaming District
    County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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    NATIVE SILVER!!!!!    Crystallized  Silver leaf specimen from historic, Cobalt, Ontario, Canadian mines. Small piece, exhibits bright silver metallic luster, curious character.


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    Silver Minerals 4038Bou
    Weight: 111.5 Grams
    Size: 6 x 4 x 3cm
    Mining District: Bou Azzer District
    County: Morocco, Africa
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    Native SILVER, ALLARGENTUM, and DYSCRASITE!!!!!!  A Splendid specimen of the rare, inter-grown complex, and unique Silver-Antimony minerals named Dyscrasite, Allargentum, with Native Silver.  These crystals are intricate and well formed in a fine arborescent (branching) habit. Also several octahedral crystal terminations are observed. Exhibits gleaming luster and a fine silvery-grey color. Silver also shows wires, blades, and leaves. There is another dark gray crystallized mineral present??  (Acanthite?) The matrix is Calcite. Found in the Bouisma mine, Morocco, Africa.


  • native_silver_4037im-b
    Native Silver 4037CO
    Weight: 48.1 Grams
    Size: 5 x 4 x 2cm
    Mining District: Timiskaming District
    County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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    NATIVE SILVER!!!!!    Crystallized  Silver leaf specimen from historic, Cobalt, Ontario, Canadian mines. Small piece, exhibits bright silver metallic luster, curious character. Trace Sphalerite??.


  • native_silver_4036im
    Native Silver 4036IM
    Weight: 108 Grams
    Size: 7.5 x 3.5 x 2.5cm
    Mining District: Timiskaming District
    County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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    NATIVE SILVER!!!!!    Crystallized  Silver leaf specimen from historic, Cobalt, Ontario, Canadian mines. Nice piece,  exhibits bright silver metallic luster, curious character   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.


  • native_silver_4035im
    Native Silver4035CO
    Weight: 85 Grams
    Size: 6.5 x 4.5 x 3.5cm
    Mining District: Timiskaming District
    County: Cobalt, Ontario, Canada
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    NATIVE SILVER!!!!!    Nice crystallized Silver leaf specimen from historic, Cobalt-Gowganda, Ontario, Canadian mines.  Specimen exhibits bright, silver metallic luster.   Rare trace of tiny Quartz crystals on the Silver leaf which gives a crystal-like texture. Shows several smaller Silver leaves. Trace Sphalerite. This specimen comes from an old 1900s mine dump. 


  • native_silver_4034kwn
    Native Silver4034Knw
    Weight: 23.5 Grams
    Size: 3.7 x 2.2 x 2.5cm
    Mining District: Keweenaw Peninsula
    County: Keweenaw Co. MI
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    HALF BREED!!!   Crystallized NATIVE SILVER on Native Copper.   Crystallized Silver specimen from the historic, copper mines of the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan.  Exhibits brilliant luster, and  several moderately crystallized Silver octahedrons. Native  Copper exhibits slight red-brown toning.  Matrix appears to be all calcite.


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    Native Silver 4033KWN
    Weight: 26.4 Grams
    Size: 5 x 4 x 1.6cm
    Mining District: Keweenaw Peninsula
    County: Keweenaw Co. MI
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    Crystallized NATIVE SILVER!!!!!   Crystallized Silver specimen from the historic, copper mines of the Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan.  Exhibits brilliant luster, and distinct hoppered crystal growth.  Minor native copper present.   Matrix is an amygdyloidal Greenstone-Basalt with Epidote and Chlorite minerals coating one side.

     


  • native_silver_4032im
    Native Silver 4032Bou
    Weight: 24 Grams
    Size: 4 x 3 x 2.4cm
    Mining District: Bou Azzer District
    County: Morocco, Africa
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    Native SILVER, ALLARGENTUM, and DYSCRASITE!!!!!!  A beautiful specimen of the rare, inter grown complex, and unique Silver-Antimony minerals named Dyscrasite, Allargentum, with Native Silver.  These crystals are intricate and well formed in a fine arborescent (branching) habit. Also several octahedral crystal terminations are observed. Exhibits gleaming luster and a fine silvery-grey color. Silver also shows wires, blades, and leaves. There is another dark gray crystallized mineral present??  (Acanthite?) The matrix is Calcite. Found in the Bouisma mine, Morocco, Africa.


  • native_silver_4031bat
    Native Silver 4031Bat
    Weight: 9.4 Grams
    Size: 4 x 1.5 x 1.5cm
    Mining District: Batopilas
    County: Chihuahua, MX
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    CRYSTALLIZED SILVER!!!!!  RARE!!!   Beautiful crystallized Silver specimen from the historic, New Nevada Mine, Batopilas, Mexico.  Splendid piece exhibits bright silver metallic luster, with a pinkish toning hue.  Elongated thick, spiky, wires are present with dodecaheral crystal terminations. Also observed is interesting dendritic Silver crystallization. Trace Calcite matrix remains. A trace of another dark Silver sulfide is seen.  Today only a few countries have historically produced Native Silver and its very difficult to obtain today.


  • native_silver_3942mrco
    Silver Minerals 3942Mrco
    Weight: 21.8 Grams
    Size: 4 x 2.3 x 2.5cm
    Mining District: Bou Azzer District
    County: Morocco, Africa
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    Allargentum, Dyscrasite, Safflorite!!!!!!  A beautiful specimen of rare and unique Silver-Antimony minerals.  These crystals are intricate and well formed in a fine arborescent (branching) habit.  Exhibits gleaming luster and a fine silvery-grey color. The matrix is Calcite, Actinolite is also present. Found in the Bouisma mine, Morocco, Africa.


  • silver_specimen_3898im
    Specimen Silver 3898IM
    Weight: 35.6 Grams
    Size: 4 x 3 x 2cm
    Mining District: Imiter
    County: Morocco, Africa
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    Native SILVER and DYSCRASITE!!!!!!  A beautiful specimen of the rare and unique Silver-Antimony mineral named Dyscrasite, with Native Silver.  These crystals are intricate and well formed in a fine arborescent (branching) habit. Also several octahedral crystal terminations are observed. Exhibits gleaming luster and a fine silvery-grey color. The matrix is Calcite. Found in the Bouisma mine, Morocco, Africa.


  • specimen_silver_3897im-b
    Silver Specimen 3897IM
    Weight: 10.2 Grams
    Size: 4 x 1 x 2.7cm
    Mining District: Imiter
    County: Morocco, Africa
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    DYSCRASITE!!!!!!  A lovely, specimen of the rare and unique Silver-Antimony mineral named Dyscrasite.  These crystals are intricate and well formed. Exhibits gleaming luster and a fine silvery-grey color. The matrix is Calcite. Found in the Imiter mine, Morocco, Africa.


  • silver_specimen_3896im
    Silver Specimen 3896 IM
    Weight: 42 Grams
    Size: 4 x 2.5 x 3cm
    Mining District: Imiter
    County: Morocco, Africa
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    DYSCRASITE!!!!!!  A beautiful specimen of the rare and unique Silver-Antimony mineral named Dyscrasite. This specimen is unusual because it has the twinning of the crystals. These crystals are intricate and well formed in a fine arborescent (branching) habit. There also appears to have native Silver present. Exhibits gleaming luster and a fine silvery - grey color. The matrix is Calcite. Found in the Bouismas mine, Morocco, Africa.


  • silver_minerals_3895im
    Silver Specimen 3895IM
    Weight: 54 Grams
    Size: 6 x 4 x 2.5cm
    Mining District: Imiter
    County: Morocco, Africa
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    DYSCRASITE!!!!!!  A splendid specimen of the rare and unique  Silver-Antimony mineral named Dyscrasite. This specimen is very unusual because it has the twinning of the crystals. These crystals are intricate and well formed in a fine arborescent (branching) habit. Exhibits gleaming luster and a fine silvery- grey color. The matrix is Calcite. Found in the Bouismas mine.  It is my understanding the Government in Morocco is not allowing any exporting of any Gold and Silver minerals now.


  • 3757crde
    Silver Specimen 3755Crd.
    Weight: 100 Grams
    Size: 7 x 7 x 0.7cm
    Mining District: Creede
    County: Mineral Co. CO
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    CREEDE, Colorado SILVER!!!!   Bulldog Mine High-Grade!!!  Large slab 2 Cm. thick cut from a boulder of a Barite vein with high-grade Silver mineralization. One side has been polished. Creede was mined from the 1870s to 1960s. A revival was made in 1969 when the Homestake Mining Co.  opened up the Bulldog Mine and produced millions of ounces of Silver. The mine was shut down in 1985 due to low Silver prices.  Hecla is currently active on this property.

    This slab shows distinct banding of white Barite matrix with numerous bands of gray, Silver sulfides, probably Argentite/Acmite.  Some of the bands contain finely divided native Silver.


  • 3754crde
    Specimen Silver 3753Crd.
    Weight: 58 Grams
    Size: 5.5 x 4 x 1cm
    Mining District: Creede
    County: Mineral Co. CO
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       Bulldog Mine High-Grade SILVER!!!   Small slab 1 Cm. thick, cut from a Barite vein with high-grade Silver mineralization. Creede was mined from the 1870s to 1960s. A revival was made in 1969 when the Homestake Mining Co.  opened up the Bulldog Mine and produced millions of ounces of Silver. The mine was shut down in 1985 due to low Silver prices.  Hecla is currently active on this property.

    This slab shows distinct banding of white Barite matrix with  bands of gray, Silver sulfides, probably Argentite/Acmite.  Some of the bands contain finely divided native Silver.  Native Silver occurs as bright, silvery lustered grains.


  • 3750mrc
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    Silver Specimen 3750Mrco
    Weight: 43.5 Grams
    Size: 5 x 3 x 3cm
    Mining District: Imiter M.D.
    County: Morocco, Africa
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    DYSCRASITE!!!!!!  (Ag3Sb) A beautiful, specimen of the rare and unique Silver-Antimony mineral named Dyscrasite, with Native Silver.  These crystals are intricate and well formed in a fine arborescent (branching) habit. Exhibits gleaming luster and a fine silvery-grey color. The matrix is Calcite. Found in the Imiter mine, Morocco, Africa.

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  • 3749mrc
    Silver specimen 3749Mrco
    Weight: 33 Grams
    Size: 7 x 3 x 1.5cm
    Mining District: Imiter M.D.
    County: Morocco, Africa
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    DYSCRASITE!!!!!!  A beautiful, large specimen of the rare and unique Silver-Antimony mineral named Dyscrasite, with Native Silver.  These crystals are intricate and well formed in a fine arborescent (branching) habit. Exhibits gleaming luster and a fine silvery-grey color. The matrix is Calcite. Found in the Imiter mine, Morocco, Africa.


  • 3625co
    Wire Silver 3625Co
    Weight: 0.57 Grams
    Size: 1.3 x 1 x 0.2cm
    Mining District: Timiskaming
    County: Cobalt, Ontario
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    NATIVE WIRE SILVER!!!!!  Interesting, very small, complex, crystallized wire Silver specimen from the historic Silver mines of Cobalt, Ontario, Canada.   Specimen exhibits a mass of tangled, fine, and larger, dark gray native Silver wires. The specimen sits on a base of Dolomite.  Wire Silver is very un-common.

    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 the 1920s the mines were essentially exhausted. Some minor mining occurred later.  Over 600 million ounces were produced from this area. Today only a few countries have historically produced Native Silver and its very difficult to obtain today.


  • 3623co
    Wire Silver 3623Co
    Weight: 0.6 Grams
    Size: 1.7 x 1 x 0.2cm
    Mining District: Timiskaming
    County: Cobalt, Ontario
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    NATIVE WIRE SILVER!!!!!  Interesting, very small, complex, crystallized wire Silver specimen from the historic Silver mines of Cobalt, Ontario, Canada.   Specimen exhibits a mass of tangled, fine, and larger, dark gray native Silver wires. The specimen sits on a base of Dolomite.  Wire Silver is very un-common.

    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 the 1920s the mines were essentially exhausted. Some minor mining occurred later.  Over 600 million ounces were produced from this area. Today only a few countries have historically produced Native Silver and its very difficult to obtain today.


  • 3621co
    Wire Silver 3621Co
    Weight: 0.9 Grams
    Size: 2 x 1.8 x 0.2cm
    Mining District: Timiskaming
    County: Cobalt, Ontario
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    NATIVE WIRE SILVER!!!!!  Interesting, small, complex, crystallized wire Silver specimen from the historic Silver mines of Cobalt, Ontario, Canada.   Specimen exhibits a mass of tangled, fine, dark gray native Silver wires. Some un-oxidided portions exhibit bright luster. Wire Silver is very un-common.

    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 the 1920s the mines were essentially exhausted. Some minor mining occurred later.  Over 600 million ounces were produced from this area. Today only a few countries have historically produced Native Silver and its very difficult to obtain today.


  • 3616co
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    Native Silver 3616Co
    Weight: 25.4 Grams
    Size: 3.7 x 3 x 0.9cm
    Mining District: Timiskaming
    County: Cobalt, Ontario
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    NATIVE SILVER!!!!!  RARE!!!    Beautiful crystallized  Silver specimen from the historic, Cobalt, Ontario, Canadian mines. Specimen exhibits bright silver metallic luster.  Small trace of 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 the 1920s the mines were essentially exhausted. Some minor mining occurred later.  Over 600 million ounces were produced from this area. Today only a few countries have historically produced Native Silver and its very difficult to obtain today.

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