3.2" Classic Butterscotch WULFENITE Crystals Yugoslavia Old Collection for sale

Product Code: EB0218WSLOV4
Availability: In Stock
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Location Helena Mine, Crna, Mezica, Slovenia (formerly Yugoslavia)
Size 3.2" x 2.8" x 2.3"
Suggested Stand Small 2" Peg Stand

Here is a beautiful wulfenite specimen from an old and historic locality-Mezica, Slovenia (formerly Yugoslavia, as the old label says.   It has large and very sharply defined crystals, in both tabular and rectangular shapes.  The color is a lovely butterscotch yellow, which is typical of the locality. Some of the crystals are jumbled together in a solid mass, but there is also an open vug lined with nice individual crystals, perched on the matrix. Only a couple of crystals hae minor bruises. Ex-Charles M. Noll Collection, with old labels. Noll (1922-2014) bequeathed his extensive mineral collection to his alma mater, Marquette University in Wisconsin. The University had no geology department, so it went to the Seaman Mineralogical Museum, and was later dispersed.