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A RARE CABINET COLLECTION OF MINERALS CIRCA 1810-1860, including minerals probably collected by Wilhelm Karl Ritter von Haidinger (1795-1871) and Teodoro Monticelli (1759-1845) It is a possibility that the agate specimens are from Matthew Forster Heddle (1828-1897) Approximately 84 specimens in total. Cabinet measures 91cm x 61cm There are thirteen Victorian labels dating as early as 1833. Many are in different languages and have been translated in house. From left to right: 1. Cantrinite from Mount Ilmen, Urals, Russia. Label verso reads 'Bought in Berlin, 1833'. 2. Marmonero Venato - black marble with a red example also. Old collection number to top left of label. 3. Carbonate of Iron from an unknown location 4. Lava with crystals from Cancarone in Bascillata, Italy. Possibly from Mount Vulture. 5. Porta Santa Schietta marble, old collection number top left. 6. Tellur silver from Altai. Verso of label reads 'Bought in Berlin 1833' 7. Felsobanya from Hungary. Verso of label reads 'Haidinger, Vienna 1846'. The mineral was first described in 1853 by Kengott, but it is in fact known that it was observed earlier in the 1840's in the collection of the Imperial and royal Chamber of Mining, Vienna by Haidinger ((1795-1871). The date on the reverse of this label would seem to confirm this. 8. Wollastonite from Capo Di Bove archeological site in Rome, Italy. Top right label reads 'Copland'. Possibly Patrick Copland 1748-1822? 9. Plenasti verdi - green pleonaste. Verso of label reads 'Monticelli, Naples 1836', referring to Teodoro Monticelli (1759-1845) Italian geologist and astronomer. 10. Alabastro d'orte fiorito 11. Caen stone, often used for building cathedrals. 12. Melilite from Capo Di Bove, Rome, Italy. Verso of label reads 'Spada 1833'. 13. Amphigene, gigantic crystals found in the extinct volcanoes of Naples. Probably near Vesuvius. Also labelled for 'Copland' top right.
A RARE CABINET COLLECTION OF MINERALS CIRCA 1810-1860, including minerals probably collected by Wilhelm Karl Ritter von Haidinger (1795-1871) and Teodoro Monticelli (1759-1845) It is a possibility that the agate specimens are from Matthew Forster Heddle (1828-1897) Approximately 84 specimens in total. Cabinet measures 91cm x 61cm There are thirteen Victorian labels dating as early as 1833. Many are in different languages and have been translated in house. From left to right: 1. Cantrinite from Mount Ilmen, Urals, Russia. Label verso reads 'Bought in Berlin, 1833'. 2. Marmonero Venato - black marble with a red example also. Old collection number to top left of label. 3. Carbonate of Iron from an unknown location 4. Lava with crystals from Cancarone in Bascillata, Italy. Possibly from Mount Vulture. 5. Porta Santa Schietta marble, old collection number top left. 6. Tellur silver from Altai. Verso of label reads 'Bought in Berlin 1833' 7. Felsobanya from Hungary. Verso of label reads 'Haidinger, Vienna 1846'. The mineral was first described in 1853 by Kengott, but it is in fact known that it was observed earlier in the 1840's in the collection of the Imperial and royal Chamber of Mining, Vienna by Haidinger ((1795-1871). The date on the reverse of this label would seem to confirm this. 8. Wollastonite from Capo Di Bove archeological site in Rome, Italy. Top right label reads 'Copland'. Possibly Patrick Copland 1748-1822? 9. Plenasti verdi - green pleonaste. Verso of label reads 'Monticelli, Naples 1836', referring to Teodoro Monticelli (1759-1845) Italian geologist and astronomer. 10. Alabastro d'orte fiorito 11. Caen stone, often used for building cathedrals. 12. Melilite from Capo Di Bove, Rome, Italy. Verso of label reads 'Spada 1833'. 13. Amphigene, gigantic crystals found in the extinct volcanoes of Naples. Probably near Vesuvius. Also labelled for 'Copland' top right.

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