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Sulphide, Pb4FeSb6S14; sp. gr. 5.6; hardness 2.5; greyish-black; metallic lustre; massive, fibrous, or as acicular crystals with a feather-like form (‘feather ore’); occurs in vein deposits associated with other antimony sulphides.

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