Sulfur often occurs in almost pure form, but large crystals like this are rare. This sample, displayed in the Smithsonian Museum of Natural History, originated in Cozzodizi, Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy. The sample is 8-10cm across.

This sample of sulfur is about 15x10 cm and comes from Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming.

This sample is about 15 cm across and is from San Felipe, Baja California, Mexico.

This extraordinary set of sulfur crystals is also a part of the Smithsonian collection. Closer views of some of the crystals are shown below. The sample is from Agrigento, Sicilia, Italy. " Sulfur is always yellow. It has been mined in Sicily since Roman times, when it was used to make medicines and incendiary devices. Today, most industrial products require sulfur in one form or another for their manufacture."

This sample is described as celestite with sulfur. It is about 14 cm across and is from Agrigento Sicillia, Italy.

Mindat: Sulphur

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