Gypsum (var. Selenite)

Poland, Lower Silesian Voivodeship, Lubin Mine

Gypsum (var. Selenite)
228.00 *Prices include VAT
Article codeVI.C.2220.020
Large museum piece with brown colored gypsum crystals in a dense setting - beautiful piece that has been mined very carefully.
Overall measurement approximately 280x220x90mm and weighs approximately 2,200 kilogramme.
Due to the risk of transport damage, shipping is not possible! Pick up is possible (in consultation; please contact us).

The Lubin mine is located in Poland, on the northern border of the town of Lubin, in Lower Silesia.
It is the oldest mine in the Polish Copper Belt. The valuable deposits of copper ore were discovered in 1957, the construction of the Lubin Mining Plant began on the first of January in 1960.
The mine started operating eight years later. The Lubin-Malomice deposit contains high grades of silver in addition to copper and several other minerals.