Two German meteorites rarely seen in the hands of private collectors. The fragments are small and come from museum collections in Europe. The top fragment is from the Ybbsitz meteorite. It was discovered in 1977 by a scientist working for the Austrian Geological Survey near the village of Ybbsitz in southern Austria. On the bottom is the Benthullen meteorite. This meteorite was was found submerged in a peat bog in Lower Saxony shortly after WWII in 1948. In the Galactic Stone Collection.
Cohiba cigar tin filled with small stony meteorites. From the Galactic Stone Collection. Not for sale.
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platinum crystals by fluor_doublet, via Flickr