This one is quite distinctive among these for the separation of the magnetite crystals on the matrix – they stand apart really nicely. It is unusual to have a specimen with the nice epidote sprays and also this separation. The magnetite crystals (up to 1.5 cm) are sharp, with top lustre and mirror-like triangular (octahedral) faces. In excellent condition – no damage to the magnetites and a few minor incomplete epidotes.
I note that the magnetites from this find sometimes have either hollows, growth hillocks, or both at certain dodecahedral corners, and that habit is what you are seeing on the large magnetite at the top. There is an interesting etched magnetite crystal remnant at lower right on the piece. The back has been cut with a saw to reduce the size of the matrix – from the front display angle, this is not visible at all. Stands perfectly as photographed.
This is a beautiful display specimen of dodecahedral magnetite!