[meteorite-list] new NWA meteorite pieces forsale
From: Tom aka James Knudson <knudson911_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 10:32:51 2004
Hey, PV is just an H6 and worth every penny, so this new H5 must be better
Proudest member of the YMCA # OU812
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From: Bernhard "Rendelius" Rems <rendelius_at_rpgdot.com>
Sent: Thursday, March 18, 2004 9:19 AM
Subject: RE: [meteorite-list] new NWA meteorite pieces forsale
> Yeah, that was about my first reaction, too *g*: H5 for app. $50/g - he
> must be kiddin' :-)
> A picture would be helpful. Normally, if you know what you are buying,
> Steve is always good for a nice deal. I have nothing to complain about.
> Best regards,
> Bernhard "Rendelius" Rems
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> Good day Steve and All,
> The link to the website with the new NWA specimen doesn't appear to be
> working...at least with my browser.
> But, on another note, since when did an NWA, H5 specimen, even with nice
> metal and "slightly brecciated" become a "very inexpensive(ly)" deal at
> a cost of as much as $50.00 per gram? ("0.4 grams $20 1.2 cm"). Perhaps
> I'd understand if I could access the photo of the 65.7 gram slice. Then
> again, maybe not. I wonder what I am missing here. Someone please
> educate me.
> Have a great day All,
> Best Regards,
> Paul Martyn
> In a message dated 3/18/2004 8:21:39 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> steve_arnol60120_at_yahoo.com writes:
> Good morning list.I have just aquired a 65.7 gram full slice of a brand
> new NWA piece.I also have 4 small pieces which I am offering to anyone
> wants to buy them,very inexpensively.
Received on Thu 18 Mar 2004 11:26:55 AM PST