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Mineral: Michigan Native Copper
These specimens are collected at Michigan's Keweenaw Peninsula which is the most important locality in the world for pure native copper. In fact the purity standard for refined copper is compared to Keweenaw copper.  Pre-historic people minded copper from these mineral rich veins for centuries before the advent of commercial mining which began in 1845.  Copper is said to be the metal of the god Hermes, who facilitates mental agility and quick wit.  It is a conductor of electricity and is used in many manners of healing including the treatment of arthritis.
 
Native Copper 01
This specimen is brighter than the picture indicates.  This is a dimensional specimen measuring approx. 2 x 1.5 x 1 inches and weighs around 4 oz.
Item:  CIN01
$8.00
Native Copper 02
Very dimensional and bright, the picture shows this piece rather dark but it is not.  This is one cool piece!  Measures 2.5 x 1 x 1 inch and weighs around 4 oz.
Item:  CIN02
$8.00
Native Copper 04
This specimen is loaded with personality!  A very bright piece with good dimension and subtle detail on the reverse side.  Measures 2 x 1.5 x 1 at the tallest point.  Weighs around 4 oz.
Item:  CIN04
$8.00
 
Native Copper 05
This specimen features several dark grottos and is a very dimensional ob-long shape.  Measures 2.3 x 1 x .8 inches.  Weighs around 4 oz.
Item:  CIN05
$8.00
 
Native Copper 06
Very dimensional specimen with a lot of interesting features.  Measures approx. 1.6 x 1 x1.3 inches and weighs around 4 oz.
Item:  CIN06
$8.00
 
Native Copper 07
Very interesting shape and dimensionally dynamic!  Measures approx. 2 x 1.5 x 1.5 inches and weighs around 4 oz.
Item:  CIN07
$8.00
 
Native Copper 08
Globular, blobular with more subtle features.  The dimensions of this specimen are more solid with less gouges or grotto's.  Measures 2 x 1.3 x .8 inches, weighs 4 oz.
Item:  CIN08
$8.00
 
Native Copper 09
Hold this specimen a certain way and it looks like a priest holding up an offering!  The detail page will show this better. Wonderfully dimensional specimen measuring approx. 1.8 x 1.8 x .5 inches and weighs approx. 4 oz.
Item:  CIN09
$8.00
Native Copper 03
This specimen is rather flat and fits nicely into the palm of your hand.  Measures 2 x 1.5 x .5 inches and weighs around 4 oz.
Item:  CIN03
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