Here we have a particularly rich specimen with almost well developed, slightly six sided intense yolk yellow crystals of rare Kleinite. The crystals are largely well terminated and highly lustrous.
- Named in 1905 by Arthur Sachs in honor of Johann Friedrich Carl Klein [15 September 1842 Hannau, Germany - 23 June 1907 Berlin, Germany], German Professor of Mineralogy and curator of the Museum für Naturkunde, University of Berlin. Klein was a petrographer who made major contributions to understanding mineral optics and the indentification of minerals in thin sections. He was a pioneer in studying meteorites in thin section. (mindat)