A most historical meteorite.
Fell on November 16, 1492, in a field outside the small medieval town of Ensisheim, in Alsace, eastern France. It was promptly recovered and the Emperor of Austria who happened to be in the area came by, examined it, and broke a big chunk for his personal collection, now in the Museum of Vienna (Austria), then he ordered it hung in chains in the church so it could not fly away. And so it was preserved and it is still in Ensisheim, where there is now a Salon de la Meteorite every year in June.

Classified as an Ordinary Chondrite LL6
Partial slice with crust, 6.39g, SOLD
From Robert Haag Collection.