Selections from Kreigh Tomaszewski's
Rock and Mineral Collection
in Numerical Order
12500 - 12749

Selections from Kreigh Tomaszewski's
Rock and Mineral Collection


Yes, there are specimens hidden in this list, but you may have to scroll down to find them.
Principal Mineral(s) Formula /Images/Cab3.jpg Locality When Collected Matrix Secondary Mineral(s) Comments Reference # Hardness Streak Specific Gravity Crystal Form(s)
Principal Mineral(s) Formula /Images/picture.jpg Locality When Collected Matrix Secondary Mineral(s) Comments #???? Hardness Streak Specific Gravity Crystal Form(s)
Pyromorphite Formula 12574a 12574b Roughton Gill, Cumberland, England, UK collected late 1800s, acquired 2004 Quartz Secondary Minerals possible From the collection of the Arkenstone, JCOS-13. From the collection of W.H. Leithauser. From the collection of Walter Lidstrom. From the collection of the U.S. National Museum (aka, The Smithsonian), Division of Mineralogy, #12574 (a '-1' was appended by hand, in ink, on the label). 12574 Hardness Streak Specific Gravity Crystal Form(s)
Torbernite Formula /Images/picture.jpg Gunnislake, Cornwall, England acquired 2005 Matrix unidentified Secondary Mineral(s) possible From the collection of John Betts, #29298; label notes "From my personal collection". From the collection of J. Cilen (1916-1997), #12,702; label notes "Hey No. 19.11.6" #12702 Hardness Streak Specific Gravity Crystal Form(s)
Principal Mineral(s) Formula /Images/Cab4.jpg Locality When Collected Matrix Secondary Mineral(s) Comments Reference Hardness Streak Specific Gravity Crystal Form(s)



Someday I hope to have my entire collection posted here. Until then, I hope you enjoy what I have posted so far. Come back again as I plan to update my catalog pages monthly.


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Index by Mineral Name


Index by Mineral Type

Native Elements
Sulfides, Arsenides, Tellurides
Oxides
Halides
Carbonates
Nitrates and Borates
Sulfates
Phosphates, Arsenates, Vanadates, Chromates, and Uranates
Tungstates, Wolframates, and Molybdates
Silica Group (open network)
Tectosilicates (framework structures)
Phyllosilicates (sheet structures from sharing three oxygen)
Inosilicates (chain silicates)
Cyclosilicates (a ring structure)
Sorosilicates (two tetrahedra share one oxygen)
Nesosilicates (no direct sharing between tetrahedra)
Complex Silicates (share two or more of the other forms)
Organic and Odd/Exception Minerals


Numerical Index; 0000-0249
Numerical Index; 0250-0449
Numerical Index; 0500-0749
Numerical Index; 0750-0999
Numerical Index; 1000-1249
Numerical Index; 1250-1499
Numerical Index; 1500-1749
Numerical Index; 1750-1999
Numerical Index; 2000-2249
Numerical Index; 2250-2499
Numerical Index; 2500-2749
Numerical Index; 2750-2999
Numerical Index; 3000-3249
Numerical Index; 4250-4499
Numerical Index; 4500-4749
Numerical Index; 5000-5249
Numerical Index; 5250-5499
Numerical Index; 6250-6499
Numerical Index; 8750-8999
Numerical Index; 12250-12499
Numerical Index; 12500-12749
Numerical Index; 13000-13249
Numerical Index; 80750-80999



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