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Lowicz  (MES)

"The Lowicz mesosiderite fell in Poland between the towns of Seligow to Krempa on March 12, 1935 at approximately 00:52 hrs. This beautiful meteorite looks just great when cut and polished and is about equally mixed with metal and stone. Specimens from this find are rarely available so if you’ve been interested in this locale then this just may be the opportunity. Almost all of this fall is locked up in museums or private collections but due to a trade with a museum in Poland I was able to acquire some of this fine material for my collection and a bit to share. The total known weight for Lowicz is approx. 59 kg and consisted of 58 stones of various sizes.

1.97 grams
1.97 grams
2.69 grams
2.69 grams - 6 polished faces
3.26 grams
3.26 grams
4.7 grams
4.7 grams
6.39 grams
6.39 grams - crust
21.37 grams
21.37 grams - corner + crust


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