The Diamond Fund is a unique collection of jewelry, rare precious stones and nuggets of noble metals. The treasure was first exhibited before the public back in 1967. The Diamond Fund was established under Peter the Great, when he issued a decree on creation of crown values depository. During the reign of Elizabeth Petrovna and Catherine II the collection of the Fund was greatly broaden with valuable exhibit items and was further enlarged during the reign of the Romanovs. The most valuable exhibit items are the symbols of the autocracy – Great Imperial Crown, Scepter, Orb.
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Nice large specimen with 2 enhydros in these thick amethyst crystals from Veracruz, Mexico. The enhydros (1-2mm mobility) are in separate crystals, one of the crystals being a scepter. Very low price for this piece!
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William Wise Mine
Westmoreland, New Hampshire
Collected by Paul Cyr on September 30th, 2017
Most of these are available, but I will be keeping the middle row to the very left, as it was the first scepter quartz I ever found.
The smallest bunch (19 crystals) is available on Auction in the FB group All About The Rocks, No Rules. Runs till Monday.
Feel free to pic from the photo, or pick your budget over $10 and we will assemble you a parcel, and add in some free Green Fluorite that the Wise Mine is famous for.
I scored big this weekend with some brand new material from an undisclosed location in Mexico. I was fortunate enough to be able to hand pick straight from the people who dig these insane amethyst crystals. There's elestial action, scepters of amethyst on iron stained quartz, matrix pieces with druzy beds, DTs, and I even found a scepter with an hourglass amethyst phantom. Not much of this material has come to the U.S. and I think I may be one of of the first few people here to have some. Wild stuff.