Rocks, Minerals & Fossils
5 3/8" Smith Point, Found in Jackson Co. Arkansas Made of Penters Chert, Native American
Estate of Rolodex Inventor & Others, May 9New York, NY, US
Auctions at Showplace2 days Left
Large natural mineral specimen of pyrite or "fool's gold." 7" H x 11.5" W x 10.5"
4 1/8" Zorra Point, Edwards Chert, Ex Bob Galvan, Native American
A wide selection of Lindenwold's zirconium and other minerals, a tray of polished minerals, and a tray of polished minerals
Small gold nugget from Osceola, a placer gold camp east of Ely, collected by J. Miles in the 1920s. 5.1 grams.Date: Country
3 7/8" Wafer Thin Gibson found in Southern Illinois, Made of Burlington Chert, Ex Nick Gatses, Native American
Hummels, Coins, MORE TO COME SHORTLY!Berlin, NJ, US
1957 Estate Bargains1 day Left
Loose Aquamarine 60.3 Carats TW Emerald Cut Shape Preowned from an Estate. $10.00 Domestic
Including a Goebel Madonna measuring approx. 8" high , (4) native points, polished minerals, petrified wood a native vase
Spring Art Auction | Fine, Folk, FunLouisville, CO, US
Artemis Gallery6 days Left
Native American, Northwest Coast, Canada, southern Alberta, Kainai Nation (Kainawa or Blood Tribe), ca. 1980s. Signed "HENY.
A cluster of vibrant-green, octahedral fluorite crystals in superb condition from a surface deposit located 3 km north of
Rediscovering Disneyland Day 1 - May 22, 2021Sherman Oaks, CA, US
Van Eaton GalleriesMay 22
(Disneyland, c.1950s) A set of (14) Walt Disney's Mineral Land Rocks and Minerals individually packaged souvenir samples
Small box with eight specimens of free gold in quartz from the George Allen estate out of McGill. Probably from eastern
A group of beautiful display specimens includes Amethyst, a purple variety of quartz (~9 x 3 x 3.5 inches, ~1.8 pounds); a
Four high-grade ore specimens: GOLD-SILVER ORE with argentiferous galena, sphalerite, and chalcopyrite, from the Camp Bird
New York City Estate Auction, June 6New York, NY, US
Auctions at ShowplaceJun 06
American School cast metal sculpture, 20th century, depicting a miner wearing hat and wielding pickaxe, square base. 20.75"
This specimen is a 503-gram slab from a high-grade portion of the Cannon Mine showing the characteristic banded structure
First production of the Manhattan Gold Mine is listed as 1868, and operations started and stopped numerous times up to 1990.
Four bookends made from 3.5-inch diameter drill cores in four different rock types, cut flat on one side with felt attached
Small specimen of silver-bearing copper ore, 2 x 0 6 x 0.5 inches, with probably a silver sulfide such as argentite (Ag2S)
Two pieces of mostly chrysocolla (a copper silicate mineral) with occurrences of azurite, malachite. One is labeled KCC /
Large specimen of copper oxide minerals, mostly malachite and chrysocolla surrounding a sizable blob of dark gray chalcocite