[meteorite-list] AD: Beautiful Buzzard, marvelous Moapa Valley, bright Bondoc and a pretty Potter

From: Mendy Ouzillou <ouzillou_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Tue, 4 Dec 2012 14:02:26 -0800 (PST)
Message-ID: <1354658546.73366.YahooMailNeo_at_web126201.mail.ne1.yahoo.com>

Good afternoon everyone,

Every now and then we need a little awesome alliteration in our lives.

I have started listing some interesting specimens that I have been collecting over the last 14 months.?

1) You hopefully already know about the fresh Bondoc I have available and I have listed some other fine examples including one slice that has an nice sized nodule (takes up most of the slice).

2) I have listed some Buzzard Coulee specimens that came directly from the finder who lives in the area of the fall.? They are fresh and have interesting features in the crust including brown crust patches that developed during transit through our atmosphere.

Now on to some really special pieces ...

3) 0.7g fragment (2 sides flat from cut) of Moapa Valley.? The only available CM1 outside of Antactica except for a tiny NWA.? Moapa Valley was found by Sonny Clary and this specimen comes with his card.

4) 19.66g slice of Potter.? This slice came to me in three pieces but has a Nininger number on it that was meticulously written on the side of one of the pieces.? The number is intact.? I am offering this as 1 lot at (what I hope is) a very attractive price.
Thank you for looking (and an advance thank you for bidding)!

Mendy Ouzillou
IMCA #8395
MetSoc member
Native Reviewer for Meteorites Scientific Journal (http://www.meteorites.pwr.wroc.pl/magazine.html)
Received on Tue 04 Dec 2012 05:02:26 PM PST

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