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Locality: Navajun, La Rioja Prov., Spain
Size:  7.5 x 5 x 4 cm
This aesthetic specimen sports two sharp Pyrite cubes measuring 1.9 cm and
1.5 cm on edges.  Sits beautifully and no damage. Choice.
#60
PYRITE
$40
Locality: Navajun, La Rioja Prov., Spain
Size:  6.5 x 4 x 4.5 cm
Crystal measures 2.5 cm. on edge.  Choice.
#53
PYRITE
$40
Locality: Navajun, La Rioja Prov., Spain
Size:  6.5 x 5 x 4.5 cm
Crystal measures 2.4 cm. on edge.
#54
PYRITE
$50
Locality: Ambas Aquas, Muro de Aquas, La Rioja, Spain
Size:  3.3 x3  x 3 cm
A nice large striated Pyrite crystal from this old locale.  
It has multiple good display faces and two faces on the back where
other crystals were attached.  
Old 1970's vintage crystal .
#46
PYRITE
$15
#81
PYRITE
$25
Locality: Hechi, Guangxui, Dongchuan, Yunnan Prov., China
Size:  4.5 x 5.5 x 4 cm
From a new locale in China come these brilliant Pyrite floaters.  
This one is composed of many cubic crystals with drusy crystals.
Very bright, they were difficult to photograph and even brighter in hand.
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#103
PYRITE
$65
Locality: Huanzala Mine, Huallanca Dist., Dos de Mayo Prov., Peru
Size: 6.5 x 5.5 x 4 cm
A huge, complex Pyrite crystal 5 cm across with other adjoining crystals off on the side.
Superb condition as seen and separated from other crystals on the bottom. Many
great display positions and great luster.  Really great large Pyrite.
Locality: Reynolds Co., Missouri
Size:  5.5 x 4.5 x 4 cm
Excellent group of bright, brassy colored pyrite crystals.
A second generation of small irridescent crystals are scattered on the larger crystals.
No dings or damage.
#04
PYRITE
$20
Locality: Reynolds Co., Missouri
Size:  5 x 3.5 x 3 cm
Excellent group of bright, brassy colored crystals
No dings or damage.
#06
PYRITE
$15
#121
PYRITE
$20
Locality: Hengyang Baifang Coal Mine, Leiyang Co., Hunan Prov., China
Size: 4.8 x 4.2 x 3.5 cm
These 'balls' ,composed of hundreds of pyrite crystals are found in the coal shales
of the Baifang coal mine. This one is quite large, weighing almost 7 ounces (196 gm).
It has a very high brassy color and luster. Pictures of all four quadrants shown.
 
#112
PYRITE
$95
Locality: Navajun, La Rioja Prov., Spain
Size: 6.5 x 7.5 x 4.5 cm
A group of 4 brilliant pyrite cubes with the largest measuring 4.5 cm on edge.
A corner on the back has a ding nwhich doesn't detract if displayed to the back and
keeps the price down for such a large impressive group.  
 
#27
PYRITE
$50
Locality: Navajun, La Rioja Prov., Spain
Size:  4.6 x 4 x 2.8 cm
A very sharp 3 cm cube with a nifty smaller cube perched on edge.
Superb quality with no defects.
#23
PYRITE
$60
Locality: Navajun, La Rioja Prov., Spain
Size:  3.5 x 5 x 2.8 cm
A very sharp 3.2 cm cube with an equally sharp 2.1 cm cube aesthetically
set on top. Great aesthetics. Very fine and pristine.
#15
PYRITE Iron Cross twin
$60
Locality: Gachala, Cundinamarca Dept., Columbia
Size:  approx. 3.3 cm dia.  -  weighs 95 gm
A rare and very fine "Iron Cross" twinned pyrite from the renowned find a few years ago.  The twin is formed by
the right angle intersection of two pentagonal dodecahedra.  Iron cross twins are quite uncommon, and are
rarely found in large complete crystals such as this.  This has a thin surface veneer of Goethite, but is
essentially solid Pyrite. Sharp and complete all around.
#08
PYRITE Iron Cross twin                  
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Locality: Gachala, Cundinamarca Dept., Columbia
Size:  approx. 5.5 cm dia.  -  weighs 420 gm
A rare and very fine "Iron Cross" twinned pyrite from the renowned find a few years ago.  The twin is formed by
the right angle intersection of two pentagonal dodecahedra.  Iron cross twins are quite uncommon, and are
rarely found in large complete crystals such as this.  This has a thin surface veneer of Goethite, but is
essentially solid Pyrite.  This crystal is in top condition for the find, as most had some nicks and edge wear from
being in the soil. The twinning on this is outstanding and the underlying Pyrite shows thru in several areas.  
This is quite large for the find.