From: mail at mhmeteorites.com <mail_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu, 4 Jun 2009 14:36:06 +0000
I know of a few pieces for a great price. Better than 25/g!
Mile High Meteorites
P.O. Box 151293
Lakewood, CO 80215 USA
From: Zelimir Gabelica <Zelimir.Gabelica at uha.fr>
Date: Thu, 04 Jun 2009 16:28:10
To: Galactic Stone & Ironworks<meteoritemike at gmail.com>
Cc: meteorite list<meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com>
Subject: [meteorite-list] Sulagiri/Hosur
Well, perhaps not really a hammer as defined by Capt. Blood.
Hosur basically fell in the village suburbs
damaging streets, trees, ponds...apparently
neither houses, not humans. One fragment fell a
few meters from a cow assembly....
The best documentation for this fall is described on the site of Svend Buhl:
NB: Hosur apparently sells in retail between 25
and 50 $/g. To my best knowledge, the 2 big
fragments on consignment in Ensi should turn around 10-12 euro/g.
Always welcome here!
At 16:14 04/06/2009, Galactic Stone & Ironworks wrote:
>Good luck and safe travels to the lucky people who attend the show
>this year. I look forward to seeing new photos and hearing the
>stories told afterwards. :)
>BTW - is Sulagiri/Hosur a "hammer" ??
>If so, I want some! LOL :)
>On 6/4/09, Zelimir Gabelica <Zelimir.Gabelica at uha.fr> wrote:
> > Hello List,
> > The latest news about the 2009 edition of the
> > Ensisheim show can be found in two flyers (in
> > English and in French) now included in the two following web sites:
> > <http://www.ville-ensisheim.fr/>www.ville-ensisheim.fr
> > or
> > http://meteorite.ensisheim.free.fr
> > If you can't find them, ba patient as it could
> > still take a couple of hours for their installment.
> > Should you wish to receive directly the flyer as
> > attachment, just drop me a mail (specify if you
> > wish the English or French version).
> > Also, if you have trouble in clicking these
> > sites, feel free to ask me directly to send you the final flyer.
> > Should you have specific questions or
> > requirements regarding the show organization
> > (tables, dinner...reservations) and/or its
> > scientific parts (consignment room...) contact me
> > by mail (I am also available on phone but on erratic hours)
> > If you need some general info about the show
> > side-enjoyments, be aware that right now
> > Jean-Marie Blosser is out of mail (reason: huge
> > alien-virus invasion!) so contact me and I'll see
> > if I can help or I'll forward your requests in the appropriate direction.
> > For all concerning accommodation, please contact
> > directly your hotel reception desk (they use to speak quite many languages)
> > Two important warnings:
> > 1) As every year, I have reserved places and
> > tables for our former guests who use to attend (almost) every year.
> > Most of them had confirmed their reservations but
> > some of them still remain silent!!
> > Now it is more than time for them to confirm
> > their wish to reserve their usual place.
> > In case they can't do it this year, I'd very much
> > appreciate if they could confirm their
> > withdrawal, this will greatly facilitate my table re-distribution.
> > If I don't hear from them by next Monday June 8,
> > I will reserve me the right to attribute their
> > usual places to new dealers who are on a waiting list.
> > 2) The Friday dinner-party requires reservation.
> > If you wish to attend, just send me one name and the number of persons.
> > Specifying the menu (poultry or game) is optional
> > but could help the cook to be efficient and smooth in serving promptly.
> > ? - As the latest news, we will have on display
> > about 10 very famous meteorites from the
> > meteorite collection of the "National Museums Scotland".
> > To cite a few:
> > - Orgueil (19 g fragments in vial, from the old Saeman collection, Paris)
> > - Strathmore, 1166 g (!). A hammer!
> > - Weston, 391 g (!)
> > - Barwell, 65 g
> > - L'Aigle, 198 g
> > - Cold Bokkeveld, 66 g
> > - Zagami, 72 g
> > - Crumlin, 99 g
> > and...last but not least,
> > - Mauritius (!!), 197 g (!) (who had ever seen a fragment ?)
> > ?- The consignment room promises to be very rich
> > in interesting offers as not less than 15
> > different persons announced various weird samples
> > they will bring along (sometimes from very far away) for sale.
> > To cite one example, we'll have a 30% crusted (!)
> > 357 g Sulagiri (new official name for "Hosur"),
> > this LL6 that fell in late 2008 in the middle of a village in India.
> > Parhaps also its 721 g 65% crusted "big brother"!
> > Competitive wholesale prices announced for these two!
> > And many, many more.
> > Welcome all to the 3 days "funny big blast" !
> > (yes, you read the flyer correctly: this year all starts on Friday!)
> > Best wishes to all,
> > Zelimir
> > Prof. Zelimir Gabelica
> > Universit? de Haute Alsace
> > ENSCMu, Lab. GSEC,
> > 3, Rue A. Werner,
> > F-68093 Mulhouse Cedex, France
> > Tel: +33 (0)3 89 33 68 94
> > Fax: +33 (0)3 89 33 68 15
> > http://www.meteoritecentral.com
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> > Meteorite-list at meteoritecentral.com
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>Michael Gilmer (Louisiana, USA)
>Member of the Meteoritical Society.
>Member of the Bayou Region Stargazers Network.
>Websites - http://www.galactic-stone.com and http://www.glassthrower.com
Prof. Zelimir Gabelica
Universit? de Haute Alsace
ENSCMu, Lab. GSEC,
3, Rue A. Werner,
F-68093 Mulhouse Cedex, France
Tel: +33 (0)3 89 33 68 94
Fax: +33 (0)3 89 33 68 15
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