[meteorite-list] Ad - unusual and rare meteorites from NWA

From: j.divelbiss_at_att.net <j.divelbiss_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 10:31:21 2004
Message-ID: <021220041158.8788.16c0_at_att.net>


Great stuff...I believe this material was for sale from Blaine Reed at Tucson as an unclassified chondrite with the potential to be an LL3. I think Blaine was going to follow through with it's classification. Someone should contact him and let him know that this classified material exists.

Thanx for offer,


> Dear List,
> on my website I have listed some new classified meteorites. All these
> meteorites are unusual or rare types. A particularly special piece is
> the new L/LL3 NWA3099. The meteorite is built up from a conglomerate of
> chondrules and is very fresh and beautiful. I had offer some slices of
> NWA3099 at Ebay yesterday which were immediately sold. The total known
> weight of this L/LL3 is only 179 grams and the price is very reasonable.
> http://www.meteoriten.com/special.html
> And for all of you who look for fresh and rare meteorites for the price
> of ordinary NWA869-like material is this offer possibly interesting:
> http://cgi.ebay.com/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&item=2224768512&category=3239
> I answer all enquiries and orders in the order of arriving. Please, have
> a little patience, if I don't immediately answer.
> Best regards,
> Stefan
> SR-Meteorite
> I.M.C.A. Member#3368
> Website url: http://www.meteoriten.com/
> Stefan Ralew
> Kunibertstrasse 29
> 12524 Berlin
> Germany
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Received on Thu 12 Feb 2004 06:58:09 AM PST

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