For sale is a decent sized plate of cavernous coronadite, from Broken Hill, NSW. This piece has a degree of iridescence over some of the surface of the coronadite. Coronadite is an uncommon lead manganese oxide , and this specimen is an exceptionally fine example of the species. This specimen being a quite dark color makes it difficult to photograph, suffice to say this is an uncommonly good example of the species from Broken Hill, where this is usually seen to have stalactite growth. Please remember our prices are in Australian dollars.
BROKEN HILL, NSW.
108 x 75 x 38mm.