For sale is a specimen of Thin, translucent butterscotch yellow wulfenite crystals from the classic find in the early 1960s at the Defiance mine, Arizona. Not so easily defined in the pics is the small water clear calcite, associated with the wulfenite, on a few areas of the specimen. These classics are some times refereed to as spear point wulfenite. From the collection of the late Norman and Jocine Robinson, who obtained this in Tuscon in the late 1970s. The rear of some crystal have what looks like areas of goethite.Please remember our prices are in Australian dollars.
DEFIANCE MINE, GLEESON, ARIZONA, U.S.A.
41 x 31 x 13mm.