A recent find lustrous bournonite crystals on saccharoidal quartz.
Collected in the early 1980’s the Garth mine wood tin specimens are spectacular when cut and polished this one is large and could be cut again.
A cut and polished section of chalcedony, the mine was famous for this silica mineral producing some fabulous specimens some resembling spun sugar.
Not a great fan of siderite but this self collected specimen has siderite sitting on chalcopyrite and blue fluorite makes a interesting assemblage.
It is still possible to collect specimens on the dump today.
A large specimen of near solid cassiterite weighing over 10kg coming from the 278 fathom level Levant mine Trewellard.