'Proustite from Chanarcillo, Chile'

'Proustite from Chanarcillo, Chile'

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Caption: Proustite, silver arsenic sulfide, is a rare but spectacular mineral, notable for its intense crimson hue. It occurs worldwide in silver mines and is considered a primary ore of silver. Excellent crystals occur in Germany and Czechoslovakia, but the finest come from Chanarcillo, in Chile.

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