Michigan Float Copper (Cu11.5)


  • This unique specimen of float copper was carried by glaciers during the last ice age, which ended some 12,000 years ago.
  • It was then deposited in its end moraine & subsequently unearthed by metal detecting (on private land with mineral rights).
  • Cut the base & polish the face to a mirror-like shine with a high grade lacquer to prevent oxidation
  • Sourced: Keweenaw Peninsula, Michigan USA
  • Minerals: Copper, Float
  • 4.5" x 2.75" x 6"