One exceptional and very aesthetic cabinet size specimen of small cubic and very lustrous galena and pyrite crystals, covered by very thin clear small quartz crystals, very interesting arranged in the space, forming the starts like groups of crystals.
One beautiful cebinet size specimen of clear quartz crystals, overgrowth by chalcopyrite with nice striation and mirror lustrous galena crystals.
Borieva mine, Madan, Bulgaria
A very aesthetic cabinet size specimen of very attractive star-ray long azes clear quartz crystals on the top of galena, sphalerite, and rainbow pyrite
One perfect, cabinet-size specimen, of skeletal developed galena, overgrowth by sphalerite-marmatite, chalcopyrite, quartz, and pyrite. Galena has rounded crystals, due to desolvation.
An extremely beautiful and rare specimen of mirror shiny skeletal developed galena, combined with Japanese law twin in quartz, and chamosite. There are „fingerprint „signs on the galena crystal, due to the desolvation process.
An incredible specimen of flat pseudohexagonal spinel law twinned galena crystals, slightly dissolved on the edges, followed by clear quartz crystals, and overgrowth by small spherulites of green chamosite
One perfect cabinet-size specimen of chalcopyrite overgrowth by well-developed skeletal galena crystals, lately strongly dissolved.
One vibrant color cabinet size specimen of oxidized galena followed by chalcopyrite, sphalerite – marmatite, pyrite, and quartz
size 72 x 64 x 28 mm
One very attractive large cabinet size specimen of quartz, overgrowth by large chalcopyrite crystals in combination with sphalerite-marmatite and galena. In some parts, chalcopyrite is corroded by small pyrite crystals, which is common in this mine. In the last stages of crystallization dolomite, coated with limonite formed small round crystals of all previously crystallized minerals.
size 98 x 45 x 30 mm
„The 9th of September mine“, Madan, Bulgaria