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Fragment of the largest aquamarine crystal ever found, 5.28 kg (11.6 lb), discovered near Marambaia, Brazil, 1910; 47.39 ct stone from Siberia is shown for scale, 1990

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Fragment of the largest aquamarine crystal ever found, 5.28 kg (11.6 lb), discovered near Marambaia, Brazil, 1910; 47.39 ct stone from Siberia is shown for scale, 1990

1990

Transparencies -- Color

4 x 5

Aquamarine; beryl

Marambaia, Minas Gerais, Brazil

Siberia, Russia

Photographic Transparency Collection

AMNH Special Collections: Photographic Transparency Collection, Transparency number:

American Museum of Natural History Library

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Earth and Planetary Sciences

American Museum of Natural History

Citation

Van Pelt, E. (photographer) and Van Pelt, H. (photographer), “Fragment of the largest aquamarine crystal ever found, 5.28 kg (11.6 lb), discovered near Marambaia, Brazil, 1910; 47.39 ct stone from Siberia is shown for scale, 1990,” AMNH Research Library | Digital Special Collections, accessed October 19, 2019, https://lbry-web-007.amnh.org/digital/items/show/92216.