[meteorite-list] Re: Cumberland Falls for Sale

From: Brice <Brice_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:43:30 2004
Message-ID: <009601c109b7$07866d40$6f01a8c0_at_lwrnc1.in.home.com>

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- Brice

----- Original Message -----
From: Brice D. Hornback <bdh_at_cyberbound.net>
To: <meteorite-list_at_meteoritecentral.com>;
<MeteoriteCollectors_at_yahoogroups.com>; <meteorite_sale@yahoogroups.com>
Sent: Tuesday, July 10, 2001 9:41 PM
Subject: Cumberland Falls for Sale

> Unfortunately, I must now sell my Cumberland Falls piece from my
> This is my most prized specimen and I hope someone else will treasure it
> I have and not cut it up to sell off. This specimen is FAR too nice for
> that.
> Cumberland Falls:
> Whitley County, Kentucky, USA
> Fell April 9, 1919, 1200hrs
> Stone, Achondrite, Ca-poor (Aubrite)
> After the appearance of a fireball and sonic booms, several stones, the
> largest fragment being about 31 pounds, fell in Whitley County, Kentucky.
> It is classified as a Stone, Achondrite, Ca-poor, Aubrite. This meteorite
> is a breccia composed mainly of enstatite fragments along with a unique
> of unequilbrated chondritic inclusion called a forsterite chondrite. This
> "F" chondrite is found only as an inclusion in the Cumberland Falls
> meteorite.
> This 8.3 gram specimen was cut from the specimen at the Fernbank Science
> Center in Atlanta, GA.
> jpg
> The first person to reply to this email offering US$1,200.00 plus shipping
> (to be paid via PayPal or overnight Money Order) will be the proud new
> owner.
> Sincerely,
> Brice D. Hornback
Received on Tue 10 Jul 2001 11:10:24 PM PDT

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