Stibnite Crystal Specimen - 5.25" x 5"

Rare Stibnite display specimen. Stibnite, antimony sulfide (Sb 2 S 3), the principal ore of antimony. This mineral has a brilliant metallic lustre, is lead- to steel-gray in colour, and fuses readily in a candle flame (at about 525° C [977° F]). It often possesses a bladed habit, is striated, and has one perfect cleavage. Substantial 5.25" x 5".

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