Native Copper pieces from Michigan hold a significant place in the world of mineral specimens and geological history. Michigan is renowned for its rich deposits of native copper, which has been mined for thousands of years by indigenous people and later by European settlers. These native Copper pieces represent a unique and fascinating aspect of the state's heritage, as they showcase the raw, unalloyed beauty of this metal in its natural state. With their distinctive, rich reddish-brown color and characteristic branching formations, they are not only remarkable geological specimens but also serve as a testament to the state's historical mining legacy. These native Copper pieces continue to be prized by collectors, geology enthusiasts, and those seeking a connection to Michigan's mining heritage, offering a tangible link to the region's rich natural resources and the history of human interaction with them.
This is a “random selection” listing. You will not receive the exact item photographed in the listing, but one that has been intuitively chosen for you. The size, shape and colour may vary slightly. Price is per 1 item.