[meteorite-list] Collection Numbers

From: Martin Horejsi <martinh_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:48:12 2004
Message-ID: <B7F1F770.B5%martinh_at_isu.edu>

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
> appreciated.
> --
> Rob Wesel
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