Millerett Mine, Haultain Twp., Ontario
Size: 11.0x8.9x1.5 cm
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Here's a nice sample, showing wonderful dendritic native silver in a vein alongside dolomite and arsenides. The sample is sawn on one side, rough on the other. It comes from a lesser known locality, the Millerett Mine in Haultain Township,  a silver mine located in the Miller Lake area that operated between 1909 and 1912. During that time it produced about 19 million grams of silver and 2300kg of cobalt. Most of the production came from an open cut vein and the remainder from veins in diabase.*

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