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NWA531  (LL4)

"With all the common unclassed (read cheap) chondrites flooding the market this past year or so we have tried to focus on bringing some of the new and rarer (and classified) finds into our inventory to offer to all our collecting friends. In keeping with that line of thought we have just received in a couple hundred grams of a new LL4 (NWA 531) that has a TKW of only 434 grams. It is listed as being shock AND weathered stage 1, it has some good sized chondrules and is moderately friable. If you check the new edition of The Catalogue of Meteorites you will see that there are only 20 ""non-antarctic"" examples of this class and of these only about half have ever been available to the public making this one of the rarer classes.

0.56 grams
0.56 grams - crust
$ 14.00
1.36 grams
1.36 grams
$ 34.00
1.76 grams
1.76 grams
$ 44.00
1.84 grams
1.84 grams
$ 46.00
2.44 grams
2.44 grams
$ 61.00
5.1 grams
5.1 grams
10.23 grams
10.23 grams - crust
13.47 grams
13.47 grams - crust
19.7 grams
19.7 grams - crust



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