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RED CHALCOPYRITE CRYSTAL CLUSTER

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An amazing little Red Chalcopyrite Crystal Cluster.  We’ve never seen such a bright colour in this mineral, which is much rarer than its relative iron pyrite.  A super collectible piece for the metals or rare mineral collector.

Location:
Borieva Mine, Madan, Bulgaria.

Dimensions:
6cm x 6.3cm x 4cm, 188g.

Chalcopyrite
CuFeS2

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RED CHALCOPYRITE CRYSTAL CLUSTERRED CHALCOPYRITE CRYSTAL CLUSTER

An amazing little Red Chalcopyrite Crystal Cluster.  We’ve never seen such a bright colour in this mineral, which is much rarer than its relative iron pyrite.  A super collectible piece for the metals or rare mineral collector.  The matrix is oxidized Galena with frostings of Calcite.

Location:
Borieva Mine, Madan, Bulgaria.

Dimensions:
6cm x 6.3cm x 4cm, 188g.

Chalcopyrite
CuFeS2

Named in 1725 by Johann Friedrich Henckel from the Greek “chalkos”, copper, and “pyrites”, strike fire.
A major ore of copper. Common in sulfide veins and disseminated in igneous rocks.  Weathering may lead to the formation of malachite, azurite, brochantite, langite and numerous other secondary copper minerals.

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Weight 200 g
Dimensions 12 × 8 × 10 cm
color

Red

RED CHALCOPYRITE CRYSTAL CLUSTERRED CHALCOPYRITE CRYSTAL CLUSTER

An amazing little Red Chalcopyrite Crystal Cluster.  We’ve never seen such a bright colour in this mineral, which is much rarer than its relative iron pyrite.  A super collectible piece for the metals or rare mineral collector.

Location:
Borieva Mine, Madan, Bulgaria.

Dimensions:
6cm x 6.3cm x 4cm, 188g.

Chalcopyrite
CuFeS2

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