Carrollite

Carrollite is a sulfide of copper and cobalt found world-wide in hydrothermal vein deposits. Silver-colored with a metallic luster, it was named in 1852 by William Leonard Faber after the type locality in Carroll County, Maryland, USA.

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Carrollite-01- Kamoya South II Mine Congo
Large crystal of Carrollite (1.7 x 1.5 cm) in Calcite matrix from Kamoya South II Mine, Kamoya, Kamb..
$0.00 USD
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Carrollite-02- Kamoya South II Mine Congo
Carrollite (largest crystal 1.1 cm) in Calcite matrix from Kamoya South II Mine, Kamoya, Kambove Dis..
$0.00 USD
Ex Tax: $0.00 USD
Carrollite-03- Kamoya South II Mine Congo
Carrollite (largest crystal 1.3 cm ) in Calcite matrix from Kamoya South II Mine, Kamoya, Kambo..
$150.00 USD
Ex Tax: $150.00 USD