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Sherlovaya Gora (Mount Sherlovaya)

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Russland / Sibirien, Föderationskreis / Transbaikalien, Region (Zabaykalsky Krai) / Nerchinsk / Nerchinsk Edelsteingruben / Adun-Cholon Range / Sherlovaya Gora (Mount Sherlovaya)

Exposure description

Verschiedene Halden, Gänge, Tagebaue.

Geology

Zinn-Wolfram-Lagerstätte in Greisen. Seltene Arsenate, vor allem der Mixit- und Alunit-Gruppe. Edelsteine. Vulkano-sedimentärer-metamorpher Komplex.

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Sherlovaya Gora, Adun-Cholon Range, Nerchinsk Edelsteingruben, Nerchinsk, Transbaikalien, Sibirien, Föderationskreis, RU
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Die Grube ist der größte Beryll-Produzent Russlands.

Mineral images (35 Images total)

Beryll
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Beryll
XL Light-green, polychromic beryl crystal, Sherlovaya Gora, Adun-Cholon Range, Nerchinsk Mines, Buryatia Republic, Zabaykalye, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia; Size 89 x 35 x 31 mm
Copyright: pegmatite; Contribution: pegmatite
Collection: pegmatite
Location: Russland/Sibirien, Föderationskreis/Transbaikalien, Region (Zabaykalsky Krai)/Nerchinsk/Nerchinsk Edelsteingruben/Adun-Cholon Range/Sherlovaya Gora (Mount Sherlovaya)
Mineral: Beryl
Image: 1253203678
Rating: 5.5 (votes: 2)
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Beryll

XL Light-green, polychromic beryl crystal, Sherlovaya Gora, Adun-Cholon Range, Nerchinsk Mines, Buryatia Republic, Zabaykalye, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia; Size 89 x 35 x 31 mm

Collection: pegmatite
Copyright: pegmatite
Contribution: pegmatite 2009-09-17
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Fluorite
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Fluorite
Perfect, bright-green coloure fluorite crystals with topaz crystals, from Sherlovaya Gora, Adun-Cholon Range, Nerchinsk Mines, Buryatia Republic, Zabaykalye, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia; Size 50 х 47 х 30 mm
Copyright: pegmatite; Contribution: pegmatite
Collection: pegmatite
Location: Russland/Sibirien, Föderationskreis/Transbaikalien, Region (Zabaykalsky Krai)/Nerchinsk/Nerchinsk Edelsteingruben/Adun-Cholon Range/Sherlovaya Gora (Mount Sherlovaya)
Mineral: Fluorite
Image: 1256024837
Rating: 6 (votes: 1)
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Fluorite

Perfect, bright-green coloure fluorite crystals with topaz crystals, from Sherlovaya Gora, Adun-Cholon Range, Nerchinsk Mines, Buryatia Republic, Zabaykalye, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia; Size 5...

Collection: pegmatite
Copyright: pegmatite
Contribution: pegmatite 2009-10-20
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Beryl
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Beryl
Nice, Gem qualiy Beryl crystal, from Sherlovaya Gora, Chitinskaya Oblast', Zabaykalye, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia; Dimensions: 41 mm x 12 mm x 10 mm
Copyright: pegmatite; Contribution: pegmatite
Location: Russland/Sibirien, Föderationskreis/Transbaikalien, Region (Zabaykalsky Krai)/Nerchinsk/Nerchinsk Edelsteingruben/Adun-Cholon Range/Sherlovaya Gora (Mount Sherlovaya)
Mineral: Beryl
Image: 1662400329
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Beryl

Nice, Gem qualiy Beryl crystal, from Sherlovaya Gora, Chitinskaya Oblast', Zabaykalye, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia; Dimensions: 41 mm x 12 mm x 10 mm

Copyright: pegmatite
Contribution: pegmatite 2022-09-05
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Beryll
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Beryll
XL Light-green, polychromic beryl crystal, Sherlovaya Gora, Adun-Cholon Range, Nerchinsk Mines, Buryatia Republic, Zabaykalye, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia; Size 95 х 32 х 28 mm
Copyright: pegmatite; Contribution: pegmatite
Collection: pegmatite
Location: Russland/Sibirien, Föderationskreis/Transbaikalien, Region (Zabaykalsky Krai)/Nerchinsk/Nerchinsk Edelsteingruben/Adun-Cholon Range/Sherlovaya Gora (Mount Sherlovaya)
Mineral: Beryl
Image: 1253038308
License: Usage for Mineralienatlas project only
Beryll

XL Light-green, polychromic beryl crystal, Sherlovaya Gora, Adun-Cholon Range, Nerchinsk Mines, Buryatia Republic, Zabaykalye, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia; Size 95 х 32 х 28 mm

Collection: pegmatite
Copyright: pegmatite
Contribution: pegmatite 2009-09-15
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Aquamarine
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Aquamarine
Nice quality Aquamarine crystal, that aesthetically nested in matrix rock, from Sherlovaya Gora, Chitinskaya Oblast', Zabaykalye, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia; Dimensions: 66 mm x 60 mm x 56 mm
Copyright: pegmatite; Contribution: pegmatite
Location: Russland/Sibirien, Föderationskreis/Transbaikalien, Region (Zabaykalsky Krai)/Nerchinsk/Nerchinsk Edelsteingruben/Adun-Cholon Range/Sherlovaya Gora (Mount Sherlovaya)
Mineral: Aquamarine
Image: 1667377403
License: Usage for Mineralienatlas project only
Aquamarine

Nice quality Aquamarine crystal, that aesthetically nested in matrix rock, from Sherlovaya Gora, Chitinskaya Oblast', Zabaykalye, Eastern-Siberian Region, Russia; Dimensions: 66 mm x 60 mm x 56 mm

Copyright: pegmatite
Contribution: pegmatite 2022-11-02
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Minerals (Count: 205)

Rocks (Count: 6)

Reference- and Source indication, Literature

Literatur:

  • Transactions (Doklady) of the USSR Academy of Sciences, Earth Science Sections 146 (1962), 120.
  • Scalisi, P. & Cook, D. (1983): Classic Mineral Localities of the World: Asia and Australia, Van Nostrand, S.150-160.
  • Pekov, I. (1998): Minerals First discovered on the territory of the former Soviet Union. 369 S. Ocean Pictures, Moscow.
  • Dolomanova, E.I., Senderova, V.M. & Yanchenko, M.T. (1962). Zavaritskite, BiOF, a new mineral of the oxyfluoride group. Doklady Akademii Nauk SSSR, 146, 3, S.680-82. (Typ-Publ.)
  • Leithner, H. (1981). Russische Topase und Berylle. Lapis, Jg.6, Nr.9, S.9.
  • Lyckberg, P. (2001). 22nd Annual FM-TGMS-MSA Mineralogical - The Minerals of Russia - Gem Beryl and Topaz of Sherlovaya Gora, Transbaikal, Russia, A Commonly Mislabeled Locality. Miner. Rec., Vol.32, H.1, S.45.
  • Zaraisky, G.P., A.M. Aksyuk, V.N. Devyatova, O.V. Udoratina and V.Yu. Chevychelov (2008). The Zr/Hf ratio as a fractionation indicator of rare-metal granites. MAIK Nauka/Interperiodica distr.by Springer Science+Business Media LLC. ISSN 0869-5911 (Print) 1556-2085 (Online). Heft 17, Nr.1.
  • Yurgenson, G.A., O.V. Kononov (2014). SHERLOVA GORA. A Deposit for Gemstones and Rare Metals. Mineralogical Almanac, vol.19, issue 2. Verlag Ocean Pictures, Moskau.
  • Kasatkin, A.V., K.I. Klopotov & J. Plášil (2014). SUPERGENE MINERALSOF SHERLOVA GORA. In: SHERLOVA GORA. A Deposit for Gemstones and Rare Metals. Mineralogical Almanac, vol.19, issue 2. Verlag Ocean Pictures, Moskau. S.94-101.
  • Mikheeva, Angelina D. (et al.): The Nature of Beryl Color from the Sherlovaya Gora Deposit. In: Votyakov, S., Kiseleva, D., Grokhovsky, V., Shchapova, Y. (Eds.) (2020): Minerals: Structure, Properties, Methods of Investigation. Springer, Berlin. Seite 141-145.

IDs

GUSID (Global unique identifier short form) R29TNn_odkGiMd9yBYvXmg
GUID (Global unique identifier) 36536F47-E87F-4176-A231-DF72058BD79A
Database ID 14559