[meteorite-list] AD3: Current Items For Sale September

From: AL Mitorling <mittmet51_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Sat, 7 Sep 2019 11:21:52 -0400
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Greetings List Members,

Mitterling Meteorite Offerings September 6th to 14th, 2019
Selling Meteorite Specimens for 31 Years!
(574-453-7285) Best Calling Times 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. EST.
I'm near phone during the week of an offering.


I take Visa/Mastercard & a few other types of cards.
I will consider reasonable offers on any of the specimens, except those
marked firm.

Sincerely --AL Mitterling Mitterling Meteorites

https://www.flickr.com/photos/183781924 at N06/ (For Photos of

Items for sale

Portales Valley, NM This is a slice with metal veins! 48 gm. Portales Fell
June 13th, 1998 at 7:45 a.m. Class: H6 and one of the most unique falls of
recent times. After detonations were heard and smoky trails seen in the
sky, a shower of meteorites landed near Portales, New Mexico. 53 objects
have been recovered, with a total mass of 71.4 kg. The largest pieces
weighed 16.5 kg Price: $1,500

Gibeon, Namibia Found: 1836 Class: IVA This is a unique slice showing a
bending of the internal structure, either from formation or possibly an
impact event on the area. This also shows a great pattern in other parts of
the structure. It would be a great piece to add to your Gibeon slice
collection or for your first slice. 280.5 gm $800

NWA 1430 (TATA) Found: 2001 Class: IIIAB This is a thin half slice weighing
349 gm with super good surface area. Found in Morocco. Irons have been
fairly rare coming out of the NWA region. No doubt they were used for
artifacts over the years. This slice has a nice widmanstatten pattern
ranging from finer to medium over the length of the slice. Price $1200

Bilanga, Burkina-Faso (crusted) Fell: October 27, 1999 Weight: 6.4 grams
Class: diogenite Price: $495

Lost City, Oklahoma Fell: January 3rd, 1970 at 20:14 hours Class: H5 This
is the historical fall of a meteorite recorded by the Pairie Network and
the ability to track down the landing site within a square mile. This was
the ten year effort to attempt to record a fall and to figure the origin of
where meteorites were coming from in our solar system! Super thin slice
with good surface area
  6.7 grams $1995 (pretty firm)

Johnstown, CO. Slice Class: Diogenite 1/4 slice 9.2 grams with about an
inch of black fusion crust on natural outside surface. This fall
interrupted a funeral that was taking place and part of the fall landed on
the outside of the church.
Price: $1,400

Pasamonte, New Mexico Achondrite (Eucrite) 7.4 grams Fell: March 24,
1933 Not too much of this material floating around the collecting circuit.
Nice specimen with Crust. $5,350.00

Toluca 17lbs $4,500 OBRO (7718 grams) This is a nice whole specimen
and has been in my personal collection for 30 years.

Odessa Slices, End Piece and whole

Slices: 168.6 gm, 241.1 gm, 290 gm, 292.8 gm, 323.2 gm, 349.4 ($2 per gram)
Endpiece 1579.4 gm ($1.50/gram) or make me an offer.

Odessa Whole 1682 gms $2000 OBO

Millbillillie, Australia Whole Stone 360 grams 100% fusion crust showing
half black/half orange clay crust. $3,000 firm. (this is a super nice
specimen showing flow line features!)

Park Forest, IL Fell: 2003 Class: L5 This is a nice slice of this fall
showing a couple of different lithographs in the interior. This slice is
one I cut and acquired
in Park Forest. Weight is 22.9
grams $700.00
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