An excellent small cabinet specimen form the 1980's finds at the Bunker Hill Mine. This piece has a highly saturated color, and the much sought afetr "wet" luster.
This is a classic specimen from a classic American locality, that also happens to be a superfund site. A few years ago the mining company ASARCO agreed to pay 1.8 billion USD to clean up various contaminated sites in the US, of which over $400 million was earmarked to fix damage caused by the Bunker Hill Mine and its smelter, which contaminated a lake and poisoned a river, among other things. BUT there is a silver lining to this story: we mineral people got some really great pyromorphite.