NEVADA – JACKPOT! Mint condition. One of my favorite books from the monograph series from Lithographie, Inc. Some 124 pages with 16 chapters written by experts around the world. Chapters on gold and silver mining, barite from Meikle mine, turquoise, opal, garnets, stibnite and famous locations such as Hallelujah Junction and Majuba Hill mine. A map of Nevada Mineral Localities is included.
Stibnite is an Antimony Sulfide mineral. This specimen has one primary Stibnite crystal 5.4 inches long that is terminated at one end. The color is silver-gray. It has a metallic luster. The piece has many minor Stibnite crystals at one end.
Stibnite is an Antimony Sulfide mineral. This complex cluster has Stibnite blades as long as 4 inches. The color is silver. It has a brilliant metallic luster. The piece has minor white Calcite blades.