The Herja mine was the most prolific crystal producing site in the area. The abundance of stibnite seems to overshadow
other rarities such as this fine siderite in spherical form, known by its varietal name spharosiderite. It adheres to pale
bluish barite and in my book makes them world-class combinations. Even with some side crystals no longer in place
this cluster is as fine a small cab as we’ve seen. Old material.