Product Code: MBY001

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Bayldonite is a fairly rare mineral, usually found as micro-size crystals in only a handful of locations around the world. Originally identified in the 1860's, the 'type' locality is in Cornwall, England.

This specimen is from a small batch collected around 30 years ago from dumps of the lead-copper mine, Wheal Carpenter, Fraddam, Cornwall, England. The bayldonite crystals are tiny, forming beautiful groups of vivid grass green. A small area of radiating Malachite is present. 

A magnifying lens or preferably a binocular microscope is required to best appreciate these tiny crystals. An excellent specimen for the macro/micro photography enthusiast.

For more information visit our Crystalage.com Bayldonite Information Page.

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