Siderite, Baryte and Galena
Siderite, Baryte and Galena all in one sample. These mineral specimens were found in Caerphilly South Wales This mixture of interesting minerals is perfect for any serious collector. Available in 2 sizes, each specimen supplied with withe card tray and information label.
Simultaneous agglomeration of three interesting minerals: Siderite, Baryte and Galena from Cwm Leyshon Quarry located in Caerphilly, South Wales. All three components of this specimen have distinct and visually striking features making it a perfect addition to any mineral collection. Firstly, siderite is a form of iron carbonate which - although possessing a dull lustre - exhibits a distinct red colour. Baryte is the lightest of the three minerals and stands out with a pale white glow; it is also unique for its saccharoidal texture. Galena veins are on show, which stand out with a vitreous lustre and bright blue appearance. This specimen is a three-in-one must have item for any serious collectors of minerals. Available in 2 sizes (1.5" x 1.5" and 3" x 2"), each specimen is provided with a white card tray and information label.