One very aesthetic, cabinet size specimen of linarite, malachite and very nice floral pyrolusite dendrites
One excellent cabinet size specimen shows clearly the genesis of secondary copper minerals, formed after erosion of chalcopyrite filled cracks in the mother rock.
One very aesthetic, cabinet size specimen of chrysocolla, turquoise, chalcopyrite, malachite, cuprite, and most likely several other secondary copper minerals, a product of crystallization due to water activities in the cracks in an old mine.
One very aesthetic cabinet size specimen of azurite developed like net in the cracks of calcite aggregate on the top of malachite and chrisocola
One very aesthetic cabinet size specimen of small azurite crystals, developed in the cracks of the mother rock, with malachite, linarite, ciprite and possibly other secondary copper minerals and followed by fragments of manganese dendrites.
An very aesthetic cabinet size specimen of azurite an the top of malacite and cuprite