Pink Rhodonite Crystal with Fluorescing Calcite, Willemite - Franklin Mine, New Jersey
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Pink to red rhodonite crystals with red-orange fluorescing calcite, green fluorescing willemite. The pink rhodonite crystals on this specimen are rich and lustrous in color with calcite between the crystals. On the matrix is black, metallic franklinite crystals as well.
This is a classic mineral combination from Franklin, New Jersey. An extremely beautiful specimen, it is uncommon to find rhodonite this rich from Franklin.
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