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Nagyagite


Nagyág mine, Săcărâmb, Hunedoara County, Romania.

Nice thumbnail 25x20x20 mm, with dark grey to black blades in pink rhodochrosite matrix; from the type-locality the Nagyág mine, Săcărâmb, Hunedoara County, Romania.
Ex. collection of Christopher O'Neill, Ex. collection Cureton mineral co.-Forrest & Barbara Cureton.


€ 135.00

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Article code: II.D.1520.001

Nagyagite


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Nagyagite is a rare sulfide mineral dark grey to black coloured.
It was first described in 1845 for an occurrence at the type locality of the Nagyág mine, Săcărâmb, Hunedoara County, Romania.
Nagyagite is one of only a few minerals that are composed of gold. There are only a few gold minerals and most of those are tellurides, like nagyagite.