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WHA_2485PC

A square block of Pyrite, also known as Iron sulphide. The exposed surface often bears a metallic lustre which has led to it's nickname of 'fools gold'. The block of Pyrite in this image has a darker, oxidised surface. It is the most common of all sulphide minerals.

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A square block of Pyrite, also known as Iron sulphide. The exposed surface often bears a metallic lustre which has led to it's nickname of 'fools gold'. The block of Pyrite in this image has a darker, oxidised surface. It is the most common of all sulphide minerals.