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USA / New Jersey / Sussex Co. / Franklin Mining District / Franklin

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Spätkambrischer Franklin-Marmor, der einer intensiven Metamorphose zum Sillimanit-Grad unterworfen wurde. Wird auch als Skarn bezeichnet. Kalksilikat-Lagen, wahllos in den Erzkörper eingeschaltet.

Zuerst Abbau vom Magnetit als Eisengrube. Dann als Zinkgrube.

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Franklin, Franklin Mining, Sussex Co., New Jersey, US
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Minerals (Count: 239)

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Zinkit
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Zinkit

Franklin, Franklin Mining District, Sussex, New Jersey, USA. Bildbreite 0,7 mm.

Collection: Ulrich Baumgärtl
Copyright: Ulrich Baumgärtl
Contribution: Ulrich Baumgärtl 2014-11-09
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Hardystonit
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Hardystonit

Hardystonit mit Willemit, Franklinit, Franklin, Sussex Co., New Jersey, USA, 53x34x28 mm, rechts mit kurzwelligem UV-Licht. Die blaue Fluoreszenz des Hardystonit ist deutlich schwächer als die grün...

Collection: Embarak
Copyright: Embarak
Contribution: Embarak 2013-03-02
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Franklinit
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Franklinit

Kantenlänge: 57 mm; Fundort: Franklin, Franklin Mining District, Sussex Co., New Jersey, USA

Collection: National Museum of Natural History (Smithsonian Institution)
Copyright: Rock Currier
Contribution: slugslayer 2010-11-13
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Rocks (Count: 9)

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

Literatur:

  • Berthier (1819). Franklinit. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Penfield, Warren (1899). Leukophönicit. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Palache, Schaller (1913). Hodgkinsonit. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Ford, Bradley (1916). Margarosanit. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Palache (1921). Holdenit. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Gage, Larsen, Vassar (1925). Schallerit. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Bauer, Berman (1929). Loseyit. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Berman, Gonyer (1937). Roweit. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Holdenit. Amer. Miner. 34 (1949), 589.
  • Pfeifer, W. (1951). Die Franklin-Zinkgruben und ihre Mineralien. Aufschluss, Jg.2, Nr.9, S.134-36.
  • Moore, Ribbe (1965). Esperit. Amer. Min. 50, 1170. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Bricker (1965). Feitknechtit. Amer. Min. 50, 1296. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Frondel, Ito (1966). Hendricksit. Amer. Min. 51, 1107. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Smith, Frondel (1968). Bannisterit. Miner. Mag. 36, 893. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Cook, D.K. (1973). Recent Work on the Minerals of Franklin and Sterling Hill, New Jersey. Min. Rec., Vol.4, H.2, S.62-66.
  • Neubauer, D. & Skov, E.R. (1975). Paterson und Franklin, N.J., USA - Zwei berühmte Mineralfundorte heute. Aufschluss, Jg.26, Nr.3, S.147.
  • Holdenit. Amer. Miner. 62 (1977), 513.
  • Dunn, P.J. (1979). Contributions to the Mineralogy of Franklin and Sterling Hill, New Jersey. Min. Rec., Vol.10, H.3, S.160-65.
  • Kozykowski, B.T. (1982). An Introduction to the Franklin and Sterling Hill, New Jersey, Mineral Deposits. Rocks & Min., Vol.57, H.5, S.188-89.
  • Jones, Jr., R.W. (1982). Franklin, Fluorescent Mineral Capital of the World. Rocks & Min., Vol.57, H.5, S.190-94.
  • Bostwick, R.C. (1982). A Brief Review of Mineral Fluorescence at Franklin and Sterling Hill. Rocks & Min., Vol.57, H.5, S.196-201.
  • Baum, J.L. (1982). Mineral Species - Reported from the Franklin-Sterling Hill, New Jersey, Area. Rocks & Min., Vol.57, H.5, S.202-03.
  • Kraissl, A.L. (1982). Micromounts from the Franklin-Sterling Hill Area. Rocks & Min., Vol.57, H.5, S.207.
  • Cianciulli, J. (1982). Mineral Species First Described from Franklin and Sterling Hill, New Jersey. Rocks & Min., Vol.57, H.5, S.208-17.
  • Dunn, P.J. & Cianciulli, J. (1984). Neue Minerale von Franklin und Sterling Hill, New Jersey, USA. Aufschluss, Jg.35, Nr.3, S.77-91.
  • Hochleitner, R. (1984). Franklin / New Jersey - die Weltfundstelle für UV-Mineralien.
  • Dunn, P.J., Peacor, D.R. & Simmons,W.B. (1984). Lennilenapeite, the Mg-analogue of stilpnomelane, and chemical data on other stilpnomelane species from Franklin, New Jersey. Can. Min., Vol.22, S.259-63. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Fehr, T. (1985). Neue Mineralien: Lennilenapeit. Lapis, Jg.10, Nr.3, S.24-25+32-36.
  • Robbins, M. (1985). Fluorescent Forum - Franklin's Fluorescent Minerals Can They Be Found Elsewhere? Rocks & Min., Vol.60, H.5, S.235-44.
  • Dunn, P.J., Petersen, E.U. & Peacor, D.R. (1985). Turneaureite, a new member of the apatite group from Franklin, New Jersey, Balmat, New York and Langban, Sweden. Can. Min., Vol.23, S.251-54. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Bostwick, R.C. (1988). What's New in Minerals? - Displays at the 1987 Franklin-Sterling Mineral Exhibit. Min. Rec., Vol.19, H.4, S.273-75.
  • Yeates, H. (1991). The Lead Silicate Minerals of Franklin, New Jersey: An SEM Survey. Min. Rec., Vol.22, H.4, S.273-78.
  • Anthony et al. (1995). Holdenit. Handbook of Mineralogy, 2, 344. Lapis, Jg.9, Nr.11, S.18-19.
  • Bannisterit. Amer. Miner. 66 (1981), 1063 .
  • Bannisterit. N. Jb. Min., Abh. 164 (1992), 169 .
  • Bannisterit. Eur. J. Miner. 5 (1993), 181.
  • Oberti, R., Boiocchi, M., Hawthorne, F.C., Ciriotti, M.E., Revheim, O. and Bracco, R. (2017). Clino-suenoite, IMA 2016-111. CNMNC Newsl., No.36, S.408; Min.Mag., 81, 403-09.
  • Warren Miller: A Photographic Comparison of Margarosanite from Franklin, New Jersey, and the Långban and Jakobsberg Mining District in Sweden. Rocks & Minerals Volume 97, Nr. 1 (2022) S. 64-71.

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