Note : My remaining stock of this meteorite consists of tiny specks and dust. Your specimen will be smaller than the one shown in this old photo. Please keep this in mind when ordering.
This meteorite was recovered out of Morocco in 2003 and was analyzed by Dr. Ted Bunch at NAU. It was classified and determined to be a brecciated howardite with unusual characteristics. This fresh howardite has been held in a private collection and has not been available on the collector market in many years.
Refer to the photo. The black centimeter cube is shown for scale and is not included. You are purchasing a single small fragment like the one shown. Your purchase will include a labeled gemjar for safe storage.
From the Meteoritical Bulletin entry on NWA 2060 :
Northwest Africa 2060
A 985 g, very fresh stone with shiny fusion crust, was purchased in Rissani, July 2003. Classification and mineralogy (T. Bunch and J. Wittke, NAU): a howardite of unusual characteristics. Fine-grained and powdery, average clast and mineral grain size is < 2 mm with few clasts > 3 mm. Clast modes: diogenites, 74 vol. %; eucrites 20 vol. % (12 % cumulate, 8 % basaltic); anorthositic-like clasts, 3 %; shock melt clasts. 2 %, and opaques, 1%. Diogenite orthopyroxene, Fs35.6-38.8Wo2.3-4.2; plagioclase, An 87; chromite, Cr/(Cr+Al) = 0.81; metal, Ni = 0.67 wt %. Melt inclusions in opx contain Ca-rich pyroxene, Fs33.3Wo37.5; phosphate, silica phase, and K-rich glass. Plagioclase-pyroxene cumulates, Fs38.2Wo21; plagioclase, An86.Other eucrite textures include recrystallized, granular, ophitic, subophitic, and variolitic (Fs31.6Wo7 and Fs61.8Wo33). Plagioclase-rich clasts have 95 vol.% plagioclase (An96.1). Mildly shocked; no apparent oxidation or Fe staining. Specimens: 26 g, NAU: main mass. Boswell.