Very important scientifically and historically.
Fell April 26, 1803 near Ornans, Normandy, France, as 1000s of fragments, for a total of nearly 40kg.
At the time the spatial origin of meteorites was still very much in question, however Napoleon and the French Academy of Sciences sent Jean-Baptiste Biot to the site with mission to investigate it thoroughly. He did, his report is an historical document that established once and for all the origin of meteorites.

Classified as an Ordinary Chondrite L6.
Fragment with crust, 3.78g, $2000.00