Lucin Variscite (normally called Utah Variscite) is probably the most recognized Variscite in the world.
It comes from a hill near Lucin (also known as Umbria Junction) which is an abandoned railroad community in
Box Elder County, Utah, United States, along the western side of the Great Salt Lake, 162 miles (261 km)
northwest of Salt Lake City. This deposit is owned by Union Pacific Railroad and is currently not being mined.
Rockhounds have collected high-grade specimens from this mine for decades. Collecting is no longer allowed
in this area, making old-time collections very valuable. [Source]