[meteorite-list] Collection Numbers
From: Martin Horejsi <martinh_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:48:12 2004
Hi Again, Rob,
There is another link on the GC page as well that might help you. Is the one
to Specimen Cards. If you click on the link with the letter A in it, you
will see a specimen card from the American Meteorite Lab with a specimen
number starting with the letter H.
Hope this helps.
By the way, I am opening another category in the CG called Rocks and Text.
It is an online home for special meteorite that have a story. I should have
it up within the hour. My jazzy new G4 Titanium Powerbook really make
working on webpages fun. Ya, I know they released a new model today, but ya
gotta jump in sometime.
On 10/16/01 2:18 PM, "Rob and Colleen" <iguana_at_pcez.com> wrote:
> Hello all-
> I have acquired a few Henbury pieces between 1 and 60 grams. All of
> them, even the tiniest, are numbered in white block lettering. Most of
> them have 6 or 7 digits and they all begin with either H66.xxx 0r
> H125.xxx. The previous owner has been in meteorites over sixty years and
> just can't remember what collection they are from. They are obviously
> from a very meticulous collector as some of the numbers would have
> required the aid of magnification to apply. Any help here would be
> Rob Wesel
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Received on Tue 16 Oct 2001 04:40:48 PM PDT