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Rampgill Mine, Nenthead, Alston Moor District, North Pennines, North and Western Region (Cumberland), Cumbria, England, UK.

29.9.2016

And if that’s not enough, minerals include: Calcite (red), Barytocalcite (pink), Witherite (cream), Baryte (yellowish white), Fluorite (dark blue), and Hydrozincite (light blue). Stunning material that showcase six colors of fluorescence.

 

The Rampgill Mine is a very old mine, dating back to the 17th century and has been mined primarly for both lead and zinc. For fluorescent collectors, the material is just plain stunning.

 

Shown in SW, MW, LW , SW phosphoresence, and natural.

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