Galena, quartz, limonite and unidentified mineral

One excellent and very interesting cabinet size specimen of galena on mother rock, overgrown by clear quartz crystals, and later covered by limonite. Later, on galena and limonite crystalize unidentified secondary copper mineral  (probably result of weathering of chalcopyrite) with beautiful turquoise color. The specimen was found in the fault zone in the abandoned mine in conditions of intensive weathering with water, in the last 30 years.

Quartz, limonite, galena

One very rare and very aesthetic specimen of quartz crystals, developed on galena and coated by limonite.  Galena crystals are overgouth by small sperolites with turqoise color (mineral is not indenfied  but most likely is seconadry coper mineral)

Limonite quartz, galena

A very aesthetic, cabinet size specimen of well-shaped quartz crystals with yellow to brownish color, due to coating by limonite, developed on the top of galena crystals.

Limonite quartz with galena

One beautiful and very aesthetic, large cabinet size specimen of galena, singenetically developed with long-axes quartz crystals coated by limonite.

Limonite quartz

A very aesthetic cabinet size  specimen of well developed quartz crystals coated by limonite.

Limonite quartz and dolomite

One very aesthetic cabinet size specimen, presenting transparent long axes quartz, coated by limonite, and followed by small white dolomite round crystals

Calcite after calcite pseudomorph coated by lemonite on quartz

An excellent cabinet size specimen of steep calcite scalenohedrons, developed on quartz. Calcite crystals are covered by several generation of calcite aggregates and secondary coated by lemonite. In the end of crystallization process on the top of scalenohedrons were developed clear rhombohedrons with flat habit.