This is a lot of eight (8) hammer-related micromounts. These twelve specimens represent a range of witnessed fall meteorites from around the world that have struck man-made structures or objects. This lot is a great way to kick start a hammer falls collection or fill holes in your existing collection.
Included in this lot : (in no particular order)
1) Portales Valley, (H6, June 13, 1998 - New Mexico, struck a barn), fragment, (.010g)
2) Thuathe, (H4/5, July 21, 2002 - Lesotho, struck homes), small fragments in capsule, (.017g)
3) Berduc, (H5, April 7, 2008 - Argentina, struck homes), fragment, (.008g)
4) Aguas Zarcas, (CM2, April 23, 2019 - Costa Rica, struck home and doghouse), fragment, (.005g)
5) Juancheng, (H5, February 15, 1997 - China, struck home and landed in cookpot), fragment, (.014g)
6) Chelyabinsk, (Impact Artifact, window glass shattered by shockwave), glass shard, (.078g)
7) Chelyabinsk, (LL5, February 15, 2013 - widespread shockwave damage), fragment with crust, (.027g)
8) Cali, (Impact Artifact, July 6, 2007 - Colombia, damaged ceiling tile), fragment, (.006g)
Refer to the photo. The black centimeter cube is shown for scale and is not included. You are purchasing all of the specimens shown. Your purchase will include ID labels and gemjars.