[meteorite-list] mali (better hurry)

From: Michael Farmer <meteoriteguy_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Fri, 16 Nov 2007 08:30:13 -0800 (PST)
Message-ID: <584212.80072.qm_at_web33108.mail.mud.yahoo.com>

Steve, give me a break, I have many kilos of it
sitting in Germany, waiting to be shipped here for the
Tucson show. Great meteorite, nice crust, nice type,
Those who wait till Tucson will be rewarded with lower
Michael Farmer
--- steve arnold <stevenarnold60120 at yahoo.com> wrote:

> Good morning list.I hope everyone is well.It seems
> like after all the excitement of the new mali fall
> (or
> find),it seems like it is becoming harder to get and
> I
> have noticed the price per gram has started to rise
> to
> it seems $5 to $7 a gram.I noticed a while back in
> the
> beginning greg hupe had 5 or 6 pieces he tried to
> sell
> and in the beginnig they did not move.Well after I
> had
> showed some interest he and I made trades for his
> 519
> and 257 gram stones.Absolutly astounding.The darkest
> fusion crust I have ever seen.From what I have heard
> there are more smaller pieces than big ones.Please
> correct me if I am wrong,and it seems like alot of
> the
> times.But it just seems like the buzz has died
> down.Well it is a pristine meteorite whether you get
> a
> slice,fragment or a whole stone.The most metal I
> have
> ever seen in any meteorite.I do look forward to the
> classification.Any comments??
> steve arnold,chicago
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Received on Fri 16 Nov 2007 11:30:13 AM PST

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