Fantastic and sharp clarity on this gold crystal specimen from Mt. Kare, Papua New Guinea. It has a beautiful long formation that tapers to a point. Mt. Kare gold is considered quite rare and most of what was found during the gold rush (1988 to 1994) has been melted down or hoarded by collectors. There isn't much on the market these days. I was fortunate to acquire these after a long search from a collector who is native to the PNG region.
Weight: 1.34 grams (20.74 grains)
Dimensions: 3/4" or 18mm
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