[meteorite-list] ID ?
From: Michael L Blood <mlblood_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 10:32:45 2004
I am hoping someone out there can help me. I am selling the
collection of the late Richard Learn. He has a beautiful specimen
identified only as "yet unnamed NWA - LL3? TKW 660g found
Can anyone identify a killer NWA found in 2000 with a TKW of
I am sure I can get his widow more $ if I have an actual NWA
number and difinitive classification - even if it is "only" an L3 instead
of an LL3.
Thanks, Michael PS: anyone interested in picking up some of
Dick's specimens who is NOT already on my mailing list, please let
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