Tiny platy orange crystals of bastnäsite-(Ce) with yellow hexagonal mimetite crystals. Ex Jo Price Collection. Width of view 2.33mm. Stack of 50 images. Click on the image below for a higher resolution version.
0346 Bayldonite, Olivenite, Hidalgoite, Mimetite, Kintore Open Cut, South Mine, Broken Hill, New South Wales
Dark green crystals of bayldonite with lighter green olivenite, and yellow hidalgoite crusts on colourless mimetite. You can see the tips of the mimetite peeking through on a few crystals. Width of view 3.5mm. Stack...
Green prismatic crystals of olivenite. Interestingly, when you zoom in, particularly towards the top of the image, you can also see tiny white hexagonal crystals (likely mimetite) and rounded green crystals (likely copper-bearing adamite or...
Grey rhombohedral smithsonite crystals with yellow mimetite. Specimen measures 49x28x20mm.
5694 Bastnäsite-(Ce), Coronadite, Mimetite, Kintore opencut, Broken Hill South Mine, Broken Hill, Broken Hill district, Yancowinna Co., New South Wales
Tiny triangular orange bastnäsite-(Ce) crystals on black coronadite. There are three vughs with at least a dozen bastnäsite-(Ce) crystals in each. Mimetite is mostly yellow prismatic crystals with one grey crystal. Width 3mm. Stack of...
Lovely little thumbnail (in micro box) of a group of zoned golden mimetite crystals. Ex American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) Collection number 45287. Ex Eugene Carmichael Collection. AMNH received it as a gift from...
Yellow prismatic crystals that fluoresce orange-pink under longwave ultraviolet. Width 18.5mm. Stack of 200 images. Ex Ambros Kissling.
1006 Barite, Smithsonite, Mimetite, Plaka mines, Plaka, Lavrion Mining District, Lavreotiki, East Attica, Attica, Greece
Zoned white to brown barite with tiny colourless mimetite crystals and white “smithsonite”. The latter is not listed in Mindat. Width 18.5mm. Stack of 200 images. Ex Ted Johnson.
20058 Mimetite, Guatomo Mine (‘Hat Yai’ mimetite locality), Tham Thalu, Bannang Sata District, Yala Province, Thailand
Zoned orange-capped yellow hexagonal prisms with small prism faces. Some twinning visible. Width 11mm. Stack of 130 images.
5686 Mimetite, Goethite, Cerussite, Kintore opencut, Broken Hill South Mine, Broken Hill, Broken Hill district, Yancowinna Co., New South Wales
Yellow butterfly of mimetite with goethite casts after cerussite. Width 5.5mm. Stack of 70 images.
Orange tabular wulfenite crystals with yellow mimetite on pale pinkish crystalline barite. Video best viewed full screen.
Yellow bypyramidal crystals of wulfenite with green mimetite balls. Video best viewed full screen.
Typical “Campylite” from this famous occurrence. Video best viewed full screen.
20029 Wulfenite, Mimetite, Rowley Mine, Theba, Painted Rock District, Painted Rock Mts, Maricopa Co., Arizona, USA
Bright orange mimetite surrounds glassy orange wulfenite crystals.
Ex Ron Wallace, ex Graham Lee.
Campylite habit, Barry Schubert
10003 Mimetite, Dry Gill Mine, Caldbeck Fells, North and Western Region (Cumberland), Cumbria, England
Specimen measuring 5.8×4.1×3.5cm weighs just under 5 ounces. Ex Martin L. Ehrmann (d. 1972) on Fifth Avenue, who according to the Mineralogical Record Archive became America’s premier dealer in high-quality mineral specimens. While the label...
ex Bernie and Margaret Day Collection
8014 Mimetite, Brianyoungite, Block 14 opencut dumps, Pinnacles Mine, Broken Hill, Yancowinna Co., New South Wales
ex Bernie and Margaret Day Collection
Joan Lamond Micro Collection 2006
Ex Mike Knew Collection. Mike Knew is the owner of Top Gem Minerals in Tucson, Arizona.
6041 Mimetite (Bellite), Diaboleite, Schwartzembergite, Gypsum, La Poderosa Mine, Caracoles, Antofagasta Region, Chile
Orange prismatic bellite, blue diaboleite, yellow schwartzembergite
ex Joan Lamond Collection
ex Joan Lamond Collection, ex Don McColl.
Old mount with label of Yuma Co which predatesthe split of Yuma into the La Paz and Yuma counties.
From the mine best known for its crocoite comes a rarer occurrence, zoned mimetite crystals. There are interesting rounded surface features too. Probably where the mimetite was attached to ferro-manganese oxides. From the famous Adelaide...
Classic Red Cloud wulfenite crystal group with tiny mimetite crystals.