Cobalt, Timiskaming Dist., Ontario
Size: 7.5x6.5x1.0 cm


Slab cut on both sides showing dendritic silver and arsenides. The specimen comes from the famous mining town of Cobalt, Ontario! Historic!

Silver was discovered on the shores of Cobalt Lake in the summer of 1903. Within a few years, Cobalt became one of the world's largest silver producers, supplying an astonishing 333 million ounces, or more than 10,000 tonnes, of silver by 1922 from 100 mines.

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