One perfect cabinet size specimen of galena, sphalerite, and pyrite, covered by rhodochrosite
One amazing small specimen of mixed quartz-calcite aggregate followed by galena and covered by not identified (yet) secondary copper mineral- most likely hemimorphite or chrisocola.
A rare and very beautiful specimen of galena and pyrite followed by clear long quartz crystals, covered by green quartz colored by chlorite and overgrowth by thin grain calcite. On the top of the specimen is developed large translucent calcite crystal with clearly twined down part of the crystal
One excellent small specimen of oxidized galena, covered by calcite followed by chrysocolla and other secondary copper minerals.
An amazing small specimen of rhodochrosite overgrowth by black, very well terminated sphalerite- marmatite, chalcopyrite corroded by pyrite, galena, and quartz
A perfect large cabinet size specimen presenting dark-colored transparent green sphalerite- cleophane with very intensive color, overgrowth by galena, and long axes white quartz crystals.
One amazing cabinet size specimen, presenting a cluster of mirror lustrous galena crystals forming skeletal very aesthetic cells.
An amazing, and extremely aesthetic specimen of quartz, followed by galena and sphalerite, overgrowth by chalcopyrite, corroded by pyrite.
One very rich of minerals specimen build in quartz, followed by sphalerite – marmatite, galena and overgrowth by chalcopyrite and pyrite.