Germany, Saxony, Zwickau district, Hartenstein, Shaft 371

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Article codeII.D.2320.002
Steel-grey safflorite on both sides of the matrix.
Safflorite is a rare cobalt iron arsenide mineral; it occurs with other arsenide minerals as an accessory in the silver mining districts in Saxony, Germany (Erzgebirge).
Measures approximately 70x50×25mm; weighs approximately 0,086 kilogramme.

Shaft 371 is the main shaft of the former Aue Mining Company (formerly Object 09) of SDAG Wismut, a uranium mine.
With a total depth of more than 1,800 m, the mine was the deepest mine in Germany until its closure.