ALL SOLD. HOPING TO ACQUIRE SOME MORE.
Fell on February 8, 1969 near the small village of Pueblito de Allende in Chihuahua, northern Mexico, as a shower of stones, mostly broke upon impact. About 2 tons have been recovered.
Has been classified as a Carbonaceous chondrite, type CV3.2, and has been thoroughly studied.
A very important meteorite.
Fragments and part slices are currently available, some with crust.
Also available in thin-sections for study under a microscope.
Pictures available upon request.
AB1802e fragment, 4.01g SOLD
AB1994 fragment with crust, 6.08g SOLD
AB1802b fragment, 6.14g, SOLD
AB1860d part slice, 10.99g, SOLD
AB1860f, part slice, 11.62g, SOLD
AB1860h, part slice, 12.08g, SOLD
AB2151, slice, 12.15g, SOLD
Tags: Allende, Carbonaceous, Mexico