Wire Crystalline gold
CRYSTALLINE GOLD IS SOME OF THE RAREST FORMS OF GOLD IN THE WORLD
THESE BUDS ARE THE RAREST OF ALL THE GOLD CRYSTALS IN THE WORLD
QUALITY RARE SPECIMENS
HIGHLY PRIZED BY COLLECTORS
THESE ARE BEAUTIFULLY STRUCTURED SPECIMENS
YOU WOULD NOT BE DISAPPOINTED
CRYSTALLINE GOLD IS OFTEN REFERRED AS A GEM
MOSTLY DUE TO THE SPARKLING GLITTER OF ITS RICH GOLDEN SURFACE
IT IS RARER THAN DIAMONDS
FOR THAT MATTER SO ARE ALL GOLD NUGGETS
BUT CRYSTALLINE GOLD IS THE RAREST OF THEM ALL.
THIS SPECIMENS BEING THE RAREST OF THE RARE
CRYSTALLINE GOLD IS QUITE FRAGILE AND THUS HARDER TO EXTRACT
MAKING IT EVEN MORE PRECIOUS TO THE ASTUTE COLLECTOR
Crystalline gold ...
Some of the rarest forms of gold come in wires and crystalline shapes. Both can be substantial or feather light. Wires can be long and slender, stout or delicate enough to break apart at a touch. Crystalline forms can be pyramidal in shape or delicate wisps of glitter. Crystalline Gold is the rarest and most beautiful form of gold and collectors all over the world especially value California Crystalline gold for its lustrous color and exquisitely unique shapes.
Crystalline gold formation...
Millions of years ago, gold
was pushed up through the earth's crust and pressured into matrix using
super heated steam at over 4000 degrees and hot water solutions with sulphur.
This is the case in many of the mines scattered throughout
Please take note....
This photo is enlarged to try to show the detail of this beautiful specimen. Crystaline gold does not photograph well due partly to the brightness and sparkle of the specimen. These specimens are far more beautiful than the picture.
Crystalline gold . . .
is the rarest and most beautiful form of gold and California Crystalline gold is especially valued by collectors all over the world because of its bright color and unique shapes.
Crystalline gold formation
Millions of years ago, gold was pushed up through the earth's crust but at this particular spot, there was thermo steam at over 4000 degrees F. which also came up. This forced crystallized gold into the quartz rock. To a collector, crystallized gold is worth as many times the value of gold nuggets of the same weight!
Crystalline gold is very hard to photograph because it is so bright and flashy, the pictures cannot begin to do the specimens true justice.
Crystalline gold is very delicate and hard to extract due to very costly mining expenses.
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You probably know that Crystalline gold specimen nuggets like these one are basically classed as gemstones and such attract much higher values than the equivalent weight in bullion gold!
At shows, crystalline specimens like these would go for $85 to $125 per gram!
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