Fluid inclusions in six deposits of fluorite fracture fillings associated with Hercynian (Carboniferous) cycle magmatism were studied by microthermometric techniques. All the inclusions were liquid dominated, aqueous, and homogenized in the liquid phase. One-phase (liquid), two-phase (liquid + vapour) and three-phase (liquid, vapour, and solid NaCl daughter mineral) fluid inclusions were noted. This study indicates that five of the fluorite deposits formed from 95o-125oC fluids with approx 15 wt.% NaCl. One other deposit appears to have been formed by very dilute solutions at approx 125oC. It is suggested that the local fluorite-forming process was the formation of fracture-localized hydrothermal systems in which magmatic water interaction with some other fluid-connate, meteoric, or marine.-G.J.N.