Pink Smithsonite - Mexico ex. Richard Hauck, ex. Harry Caral

$200.00 USD
SKU: MSJ0256
Weight and Dimensions

9.6 oz, 3.5" x 2.5" x 1.25"

A deep purple-pink, botryoidal smithsonite collected from Chihuahua, Mexico. The  pink color in this smithsonite specimen is from cobalt.

Purchased in 1983 from the historic collection of Richard 'Dick' Hauck of New Jersey.

Ex. Joe Daley Collection

Ex. Harry Caral Collection

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