For sale is an exceptionally nice pseudomalachite, from West Bogan mine, Tullamore, NSW. These specimen are equal to any in the world!! This piece has an added bonus of a mass of small crystals on the plate at the front of the specimen, this is not common, pseudomalachite crystals are not common. Collected by and from the collection of Jim Sharpe and comes with his collection number on it. Pseudomalachite is an uncommon hydroxyl copper phosphate. This rounded, sculptural, banded nodule has a fine rich green color saturation, contrasting nicely with the sparkling green crystals at the bottom front. Such specimens from this small abandoned copper mine are rare today. Found by Peter Williams and Jim Sharpe who resurrected the locality in 1969 and collected most of the now extant specimens. This is a wonderfully aesthetic and high class specimen. Please remember our prices are in Australian dollars.
WEST BOGAN MINE, TULLAMORE, NSW.
45 x 39 x 30mm.