[meteorite-list] AD: Caddo County, OK Killer IAB Silicated Iron
From: Carl Agee <agee_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Tue, 1 Apr 2014 14:26:42 -0600
I was looking into IAB's recently and they are actually closely linked
to winonaites as their oxygen isotopes are identical.
Carl B. Agee
Director and Curator, Institute of Meteoritics
Professor, Earth and Planetary Sciences
University of New Mexico
Albuquerque NM 87131-1126
Tel: (505) 750-7172
Fax: (505) 277-3577
Email: agee at unm.edu
On Tue, Apr 1, 2014 at 1:50 PM, Steve Arnold <meteorhntr at aol.com> wrote:
> Hello List,
> I figure I should jump in here and get my one last free ad in while I can.
> I have some small part slices of Caddo County, Oklahoma available now.
> This is an amazing IAB silicated iron, unlike anything I have ever seen
> before. In fact when it first hit the market years ago it was thought it
> might have been a Lodranite. (That was back when lodranites were still
> grouped by some as a "stony-iron" due to their high metal content.)
> These part slices, while small, dramatically exhibit a fine Widmanstatten
> pattern. This is in stark comparison of other silicated irons we often see.
> Some of these have a larger iron portions while others have more silicates.
> I struggle to determine which I personally like best...they all, while
> different to some extent, look awesome.
> I have seen very little of this rare rock on the market, although in my
> early days in the meteorite business, this was one that would catch my
> attention in Bob Haag's Private Collection catalogs.
> While not as special maybe as a Lodranite (type wise) it definitely is
> prettier than any Lodranite I have seen.
> $18/g - $20/g
> Post card ID card comes with them at not cost, loaded in Riker Boxes $5.00
> extra. $5.00 Shipping
> Check what I have here:
> Look for SOLD to appear in the descriptions under the photos as they sell.
> Email me off list if you would like to buy one. Major Credit Cards accepted
> as is Paypal.
> Thanks for looking.
> Steve Arnold
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Received on Tue 01 Apr 2014 04:26:42 PM PDT