"Here is a rare opportunity to add a piece of the historic Pultusk H5 meteorite to your collection, a well known and witnessed fall. These nice little individuals would be called ""Pultusk Peas"", a name given to the smaller stones that rained down on villages in the area of Pultusk, Poland. The great shower occured at 7:00pm on January 30th in 1868 after a blinding fireball raced across the sky and a loud in-air explosion. The next morning villagers thoughout the area picked these small stones which lay scattered all over the ground.. Unfortunately most landed in snowy fields and are still there today just rusting away..... As can be seen by the picture these have excellent black crust that looks as if they could have fallen yesterday. These were acquired in a recent trade with a museum in Poland. We also have several cut and polished “half-peas” for those that want to see the this beautiful H5 interior too!
2.06 grams - 1/2 individual
5.63 grams - 1/2 individual
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