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Incidentally, that was the first and last time I ever saw that anglesite.Part of my help to the Bournes was to try to find someone interested in buying this vast assemblage of varied earth materials, collectibles and who-knows-what-else.Those on the second and first floors went easily too.
It was in May of 1967 that I was asked by James and Winifred Bourne to appraise the collection that had been the life-long accumulation of their recently deceased relative, Peter Zodac.(It was amazing that an operation such as a dairy could have survived in suburban New Canaan until 1967!) There was one note of emergency in the mineral removal.The two-story house including basement and attic at 157 Wells Street, Peekskill, New York, was literally filled, floor to ceiling, wall to wall, with small to large cardboard boxes, presumed by me at the time to be filled with minerals.
In the course of my appraisal I opened many of these boxes and found everything from sand specimens in old Mason jars (the jars far more valuable than their contents), old slate roof shingles, and in one box a lovely half-inch green anglesite crystal on matrix from Sardinia.My job then was to fill my station wagon with boxes, take them to my garage, examine them and hope for the best.