A great Japanese law twin from Peru, the twin is visible from both the front or back of the specimen, so how it gets displayed is a matter of personal preference. There is no damage to the main twin. When I select specimens of this material, I obviously look for a lack of damage, but also for a well exposed twin. This is especially necessary because the matrix is the same color and mineral as the focus of the specimen (the twin). On this piece, the twin stands out perfectly. This site was worked from 1999 to 2004, but as is often the case with Peruvian mines, local artisanal miners often begin looking for specimens after a claim has been officially abandoned. This specimen comes from hose later diggings.