Mineral Specimens

Calcite
By Terry Huizing


A 6.5-cm?calcite crystal from the Elmwood mine, Smith County, Tennessee.?
Terry Huizing specimen and photo.


A 5.7-cm?calcite crystal, with galena crystals,?from the Sweetwater mine, Reynolds County, Missouri.?
Terry Huizing specimen and?Jeff Scovil photo.


A group of faceted calcites.? From left to right: a 12.4-ct cobaltian calcite from Zaire; a 37.3-ct twinned calcite from Russia; a 18.6-ct?lime-green calcite from Mexico.
Terry Huizing specimens and photo.


A 6.0-cm?group of duftite-included calcite crystals from the Tsumeb mine, Tsumeb, South Africa.?
Terry Huizing specimen and photo.


A 8.5-cm?calcite crystal from the Meshberger quarry, Columbus, Bartholomew County, Indiana.?
Richard Russell specimen and photo.


A 5.0-cm group of prismatic calcite crystals?from Andreasburg, Germany.?
Terry Huizing specimen and photo.


A fantasy specimen of calcite.?
Watercolor painting by Darrel Merke.


A 7.5-cm group of botryoidal calcite from Carter County, Montana.?
Terry Huizing specimen and photo.


A 8-cm group of manganoan calcite crystals from the Aranzazu mine, Concepcion del Oro, Zacatecas, Mexico.?
Adamas Jewelry and Gems specimen and Terry Huizing photo.


A 5.5-cm calcite helictite from a mine at Long Trail Gulch, Tooele County, Utah.?
Terry Huizing specimen and photo.


A 13-cm?group of celadonite-included calcite crystals?from Fredrico Westphalen, Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil.?
Terry Huizing specimen and photo.


A 5.5-cm?hematite-included crystal of calcite from the Fletcher mine, Reynolds County, Missouri.?
Terry Huizing specimen and photo.


A 9-cm group of calcite crystals, with galena crystals, from the Second Sovietskiy mine, Dal'negorsk, Primorskiy Kray, Russia.?
Terry Huizing specimen and photo.


A 5.6-cm?hematite-included crystal of twinned calcite from Egremont, Cumbria, England.?
Terry Huizing specimen and photo.

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