Copyright - M.Bandli - Historic Meteorites
Collection No. B4.3 - This dinner-plate sized, 245 slice was cut from Bob Haag's 17 Kg large mass. This 17 kg stone was used to block up vehicles in an automotive shop until it was recognized as a meteorite. High resolution scan of this specimen is HERE (Warning 9MB file!).
Collection No. B4.4 - An ASU jar containing two fresh Allende meteorites weighing a total of 56 grams. ASU #818.91
Collection No. B4.1 - A 10.08 gram, fall-fresh, trade sample from Dr. Elbert King. Instead of sending a specimen or list, King would send a photograph of specimens available for exchange. Below: Specimen matches up with sample in lower right corner original King photograph. It should be noted that King Allendes are amongst the freshest specimens ever recovered, as he was one of the first scientists recovering pieces shortly after the fall. This specimen shows no oxidation or orange chondrules - Something commonly seen in specimens being sold today.
Collection No. B4.2 - A vial of pulverized Allende dust used in Dr. Elbert King's scientific research. Handwritten label by the late Dr. King.