[meteorite-list] Tunguska wood section & new Spanish eucrite

From: M come Meteorite Meteorites <info_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Tue, 19 Jun 2007 00:14:41 +0200
Message-ID: <467703d1.119.2cbc.1127603439_at_webmailh5.aruba.it>

----- Original Message -----
Da : "Martin Altmann" <altmann at meteorite-martin.de>
A : <meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com>
Oggetto : Re: [meteorite-list] Tunguska wood section & new
Spanish eucrite
Data : Mon, 18 Jun 2007 20:45:46 +0200

> >I prefear buy historical material,
> Hmm Matteo, I expect that Bassikounou will be in 5-10
> years historical material.

I say material type Siena, Wold Cottage, Elbogen, Ensisheim,
Pultusk etc...with many many several years and have build
the history of the meteorites

> > why the informations its poor and with many confusion.
> I'd rather say, that with new Maghreb falls always so much
> material appears by and by, simply because people are
> there much more experts in meteorites than in any other
> region of the World, so that they are more experienced and
> eager to collect as most pieces as possible. That then
> information about the temporary weight may suffer, is
> understandable as much more people are involved in
> recovering the stones.
> For the collector it's an issue to guess the right point,
> when to buy: After the first hype, when the price has
> fallen, but still early enough, before the best specimens
> are gone and/or before the lion's share will have been
> distributed and the prices will climb again....
> But Mattheo, that's beginner's basics and I'm astonished,
> that you haven't learnt it yet.
> And certainly your generalisation about African falls
> isn't correct. Take Majgatari-Danduma, take Thuathe and
> many falls more, which are excellent documented.

rare cases....

> Martin
Received on Mon 18 Jun 2007 06:14:41 PM PDT

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