Here we see a really great piece with superb, green crystals of Apatite, contrastful scattered over a slightly recrystallized piece of creamy Feldspar. From a large but one-time find at this classic older mine, these shockingly odd Apatite crystals took awhile to classify chemically as Hydroxylapatite. They have bizarre green colour (with zoning) and a sharp hexagonal form as you would expect, but with unusual bevelled edges coming to a point. Definitely a super specimen, pristine all a round with great luster, contrast and aesthetics. Such excellent specimens you will not find on the mineral market for less than 1500 €.