|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)|
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