[meteorite-list] Two large crusted meteorites from the latest fall available - AD

From: M come Meteorite Meteorites <info_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Sat, 02 Jun 2007 16:41:37 +0200
Message-ID: <466181a1.7b.7464.1700758995_at_webmailh2.aruba.it>

I am actual curious to know now how much is the price for
gram of this meteorite of ONLY 1500 grams total mass said in
the first days this meteorite its arrive in the market. From
the offers of material I have received in this days, I
presume we are go to at 10 kg. material.....last time I take
another similar rip-off


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Da : info at niger-meteorite-recon.de
A : <Meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com>
Oggetto : [meteorite-list] Two large crusted meteorites from
the latest fall available - AD
Data : Sat, 02 Jun 2007 16:32:51 +0200

> to raise funds for a further investigation of the
> Bassikounou meteorite fall we are parting with two selcted
> specimens of this recent witnessed fall.
> The first specimen is a rhomboid 497gm fragment with
> freshest fusion crust and roll over rim. This specimen has
> seven surfaces of which six are covered with fallfresh
> thick primary fusion crust. One fragmented surface shows
> only minor signs of heating indicating a terminal
> fragmentation shortly before the dark flight.
> Among the unique features of this fallfresh meteorite are
> impact marks composed of parallel streaks of adherent clay
> soil. A plant fiber embedded in these marks still sticks
> to uncleaned meteorite.
> The second Bassikounou offered is a 318 gm completely
> crusted indivudal. This specimen is heavily sculpted and
> shows a chaotic fusion pattern indicating heavy and fast
> turbulating around its centre of gravity.
> Both are absolute premium pieces.
> For collectors of cosmic metal we offer a large
> regmaglypted 117 gm etched endpiece of the Taza plessitic
> iron. The spectacular half individual is excellently
> prepared and has a brilliant etch. The cut surface
> displays a kamazite band that flows into a troilite
> inclusion and which is dramatically intersected by
> hundreds of parallel plessite needles.
> View for your leisure:
> http://search.ebay.com/_W0QQsassZwerffroenneQQhtZ-1
> Thank you for your interest, your questions and comments
> are appreciated.
> Svend
> www.niger-meteorite-recon.de
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Received on Sat 02 Jun 2007 10:41:37 AM PDT

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