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Anne writes:
From left to right:
Canyon Diablo, 1189g, found by Robert Haag many years ago.

Peekskill, cast and fragment 103.66g, picked up immediately after the Fall by a private collector, friend and neighbor of the Knapp family.

Tatahouine, 97.06g, from Alain Carion's collection.

2 very large Cheyabinsk, the larger one on the left weighs 3062.7g, it could be the largest one on the market. The smaller one weighs 702.7g, with some signs of orientation.

Karoonda, the K of CK. Weighs 568g, imported from Australia with papers. With some orientation and flight markings. Certainly the largest one on the market.


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Graham Macleod
 9/30/2015 3:01:12 AM
Fantastic display Anne, This is a great idea and good on you for putting this together! Is that the Karoonda Ian is getting me for my birthday Lol
Anne Black
 9/29/2015 12:20:10 PM
Thank you! Thank you! Now all I have left to do is find forever homes for those pieces. ;-)
Floyd "Griff" Griffith
 9/29/2015 12:09:11 PM
You outdid yourself. Great idea. Well done.
Ben Fisler
 9/29/2015 10:01:05 AM
Nice display. Thanks.
gourgues denis
 9/29/2015 5:33:18 AM
Very nice pr*sentation of spectacular piece...One concentrated extremely beautiful that offers us the universe... Thanks Anne...
Ian Macleod
 9/29/2015 2:39:08 AM
Excellent display, love the Karoonda
Bernd Pauli
 9/29/2015 2:28:20 AM
Interesting overview. Brilliant idea!
 

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