Škácha Pavel, Sejkora Jiří, Litochleb Jiří (2012):
Makroskopické zlato s tetradymitem z haldy Ševčinského dolu, Březové Hory, Příbram (Česká republika):
Bulletin mineralogicko-petrologického oddělení, 20: 101-105.

Abstract

Gold was one of ores of lower importance in the Březové Hory ore deposit, Příbram, Czech Republic. Although gold was relatively common in the Příbram area, specimens with macroscopic gold grains from the Březové Hory deposit were very rare. The studied sample was collected on dump of the Ševčin Mine in year 2003 and consists of milky grey quartz, pyrite, arsenopyrite with native gold and tetradymite. Gold forms up to 0.5 mm large aggregates growing in quartz and intergrowth with pyrite and tetradymite. The fineness of gold is 0.954, the silver content is about 0.079 apfu. Tetradymite is chemically homogenous with higher Sb content (0.028 - 0.050 apfu).