Tsumeb is amongst the most prolific of localities in the world, arguably the most significant locality extant, at least from the standpoint of the minerals found there. This excellent large cabinet display specimen is loaded with dozens of highly lustrous, off-white color, sharp, very well-formed rhombohedra of Calcite which are associated with forest green color “velvety” Malachite. Additionally, some micro emerald green Dioptase and olive green Duftite can be seen on the specimen as well. How often does one encounter such a large, fine quality mineral specimen from the most classic of localities in such amazingly good condition? The photos are great on this one, and it looks even better in person!