Mineral Specimens

Please read the shipping alternatives at the bottom! Please note that the cart links refer to the picture ABOVE the cart!

For some really exceptional stuff visit this next page.

I did however recover some Marcasite pictures of a rock friend had given me. His site is here: (Slow loading!) They are not for sale, but his site has finished slabs.

Mineral specimens

Crocoite is a rare mineral specimen found in Tasmania. The slender, prismatic crystals are simply awesome and I picked this guy up from a local dealer. It is pricey but well worth the $39.00.


The quartz crystals are on the small side and usually sell for $1.00 ea. Your are buying six with a shipping charge of 4.10 

These are pictures of a Red Top Mt. crystal. Price is $7.95 and it would have to be shipped Parecel Service select at about $7.00 dollars, unless you combine it with other rocks into a flat rate box.
 CONICHALCITE? ROSASITE  — or Aurichalcite

The green fellow on the left is  CONICHALCITE or ROSASITE???. You are buying ONE of the two. Take your pick. They are 40 by 60 cm in dimension. Or 2 1/2 by 1 1/2 inches and are quite heavy for their size. Shipping will have to well protected as the crystals are very brittle and the material has a hardness of 2. Each rock is $12.00. shipping is 5.95


Now this where you ask yourself why you herniated yourself for a rock? I carried this heavy rock for some half a mile and …and was it worth it.???  199.00 dollars for this 35 lb. rock Shipping costs will be a problem as it will NOT fit into a large flat rate box. Price shown in the cart includes shipping 


DESERT ROSEMuch more common and affordable is the Desert Rose that usually is found in sedimentary strata and or around hot springs. The one pictured is a nice size and is $6.95. Shipping is added at 5.95. 

If you have multiple items you are bidding on please do not pay for anything until you are finished, then let me know your ready and I can send you a single invoice with a combined and credited shipping fee!  Should your purchases need larger box I will always work to get you the best PRIORITY shipping fee!

All rocks can be combined into flat rate boxes and so can multiple slabs. They cannot however be combined! (Rocks with Slabs) As the rock is heavy This individual sale will need to go into a small sized flat rate box. Combining it with other sales would be the better plan

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