Abstract: The Loch Shin monzogranite is host to quartz veins bearing the sulphosalts aikinite, hammarite, lindströmite, krupkaite, gladite and pekoite, which belong to the aikinite-bismuthinite series, and represents the first significant occurrence of this series in the United Kingdom. Inclusions of the sulphotelluride tetradymite occur in krupkaite-gladite. Berryite is present as inclusions in chalcopyrite. Electron microprobe analyses reveal a range of compositions in individual crystal masses from hammarite to krupkaite in one sample, and from krupkaite to gladite in a second. Compositions between friedrichite and hammarite and gladite and pekoite are notably absent.