[meteorite-list] old nininger stuff

From: David Freeman <dfreeman_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 10:06:17 2004
Message-ID: <3DDEEAA7.1030609_at_fascination.com>

Dear Ken,
I have some of the dapper crapper yet, I presume Dean does as well (and
where would we be without the well...in deep).

Dreaming of a ceramic Christmas,

Dave Freeman
http://grchamber.com/ business profile/links

magellon wrote:

> I can't remember who won the auction for the last piece of Nininger
> Ceramic. I think it was at Michael Blood's last auction. The
> surprisingly valuable ceramic that Nininger always turn to when he
> felt "pressured". It is no secret and it was kept in view of the
> public at the old museum. It was a daily part of his life . Perhaps
> you can get someone to sell you a small piece of Nininger Ceramic.
> Ken Newton
>> Good morning list. I was going thru archives of old meteorite info,
>> and and I was wondering, is there any OLD nininger "stuff" around for
>> purchase? I do not see alot mentioned. Would someone please help me
>> out on this one? It is a baffaler!
>> steve (2months
>> from Tucson) arnold
>> Steve r. Arnold, Chicago, il, 60107
>> The midwest meteorite collector!
>> I.M.C.A. member #6728
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Received on Fri 22 Nov 2002 09:40:39 PM PST

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