Lac Nicolet Antimony Mine, South Ham TWP., Wolfe Co., Quebec
Size: 4.2x2.4x2.0 cm


A number of sprays of kermesite are present on this specimen, as well as prismatic, creamy-whitish valentinite crystals. Kermesite (or antimony oxysulfide), is the result of partial oxidation between stibnite and other antimony oxides such as valentinite or stibiconite. Very unusual mineralization!

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