ALLENDE

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.

WEIGHT in Grams:  2.32g to 12.08g

PRICE:  $25.00 per gram.

Tags: Allende, Carbonaceous, Mexico