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Zag  (H3-6)

"Zag has been classified as an unusual H3-6, brecciated meteorite. This fall is noted for its spectacular texture, which is made up of several different types of fragments, as well as the beautiful, fresh fusion crust on some pieces. Most of the specimens currently on this page are fragments with no cut surfaces although several do display “slick n slides” (ss) which are created by fault movement.


0.85 grams
0.85 grams
$ 5.95
 
0.89 grams
0.89 grams
$ 6.23
 
0.95 grams
0.95 grams
$ 6.65
 
1.05 grams
1.05 grams - ss
$ 7.35
 
1.07 grams
1.07 grams
$ 7.49
 
1.11 grams
1.11 grams
$ 7.77
 
1.13 grams
1.13 grams
$ 7.91
 
1.15 grams
1.15 grams
$ 8.05
 
1.26 grams
1.26 grams - ss
$ 8.82
 
1.28 grams
1.28 grams - slick slides
$ 8.96
 
1.41 grams
1.41 grams
$ 9.87
 
1.49 grams
1.49 grams
$ 10.43
 
1.74 grams
1.74 grams - ss
$ 12.18
 
1.83 grams
1.83 grams - ss
$ 12.81
 
2.4 grams
2.4 grams
$ 16.80
 

 

 
 

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