A SUPERB, SHARP OCTAHEDRON OF MAGNETITE WITH MUSCOVITE MICA and minor feldspar adhering is featured in this unusual specimen from the noted black tourmaline locale on Timms' Hill in rural Haddam, Connecticut! Found loose in the hematite-rich soil, nicely formed magnetite crystals are uncommon compared to the abundant tourmaline , and would be next to impossible to collect today at the re-graded summer camp digging area. It's in excellent condition, complete all around, and perfect for mounting in a clear acrylic case, so why not place a sharp and unusual magnetite crystal from Timms' Hill in your collection of quality minerals from around the world tonight!Dimensions: Magnetite crystal is 7/8" [2.2cm] in all directions! BUY WITH CONFIDENCE.... AMETHYST N CRYSTALS Be sure to add me to your favorites list !
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