Arkansas - not Alpine. Tessin habit* natural smoky quartz crystal has 20 termination and prism faces!
A gem grade [A+] miniature of 5/16x 1-1/4" tall, there is a classic penetrator crystal as well of 1/4x 3/8". Each has a termination fleabite you may need a loupe to notice.
Recordkeepers, growth craters.
Garland County, Arkansas.
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*A crystal whose prism sides grow tapered towards the tip of the crystal by alternating steep rhombohedral and m prism faces is said to have a Tessin habit (named after the Swiss Kanton Ticino/Tessin). Because this habit is named for primarily Alpine occurrence, the incident of it IN ARKANSAS makes it more rarely seen.