Wheatly Mine, Phoenixville, Pennsylvania
5.1x 3.1 cm
a classic Phoenixville specimen. It was purchased from Dr. Robert
Lavinsky, who acquired it as part of an old collection that consisted
mainly of material from the 1800's and early 1900's.
of these Phoenixville pyromorphites were mind prior to the Civil War,
it is safe to say that this piece is at least 100 years old.
It is a
little bruised--but what else could you expect from a piece this old?
This is an American classic.