A fantastic natural gold specimen that Round Mountain is known for. A fantastic surface covered in octahedron and trigon gold crystals with sharp clarity. The "b" side does not disappoint either with a flattened zigzag pattern "tire tracks" and a small amount of white quartz showing how the crystal grew against the wall in the pocket. Round Mountain should be made into a national monument, at least that's what us gold collectors think. The gold that comes from there is truly special and unlike any in the world.
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Weight: 3.47 grams (53.48 grains)
Dimensions: 3/4" by 11/16" or 19mm by 17mm