CHARSONVILLE

On November 1810, in the middle of the day, a meteor exploded over the small town of Charsonville, south-west of Paris. Several violent detonations followed and three stones were seen to fall. Two were recovered shortly, but the third one was only found in 1886.
Rare crusted part slice with the label of the Museum of Natural History in Paris.

Classified as a Ordinary Chondrite, H6.
MJ050, part slice crusted, 12.5g, $6800.00