Dims: 1.8" x 1.3" x 1.0" (7.6 x 7.4 x 4.1 cm)
Wt: 2.34 oz. (66.5 g)
Though this Anglesite specimen's crystals are rather small and their intergrowth warps and interrupts their form, they still create a pretty and interesting specimen. There are at least 9 separate and distinct crystals on this specimen, ranging from 0.2" (5 mm) to 1.0" (2.5 cm) in length. Though very heavily intergrown, definite termination faces are visible on nearly every crystal, and there is only moderate visible damage. A thin green-gray crust covers part of the cluster's surface, and likely represents the point where the cluster was attached to its host rock. The crystals have the standard pale yellow color and vitreous-to-adamantine luster that is characteristic of Anglesite. They are all transparent and quite clear, though many internal fractures are visible. It is a pleasant little specimen that is appropriate for somebody who wants a token specimen of this mineral in their collection that is still of decent quality.