I'm not going to comment on whether I think it is or is not a meteorite. There
are professionals working on it and they will better determine that than these
photos alone will.
But, I appreciate your insights as usual.
Hope business is going good. :-)
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On 9/17/16 at 8:18 AM, Gmail wrote:
> Well, the way you phrased the request makes it tough to fulfill because best
> I can tell on my iPhone, this is terrestrial.
> Mendy Ouzillou
> On Sep 17, 2016, at 6:11 AM, Bigjohn Shea via Meteorite-list
> <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Dear List,
> Hope you are all doing well this weekend.
> For reasons I will not get into right now, I have been asked to reach out to
> the meteorite community and see if anyone recognizes this specimen from a
> recent sale.
> Here is a link to some photos:
> This relates to a possible misrepresentation of a specimen, and a friend of
> mine in the meteorite community has asked that I try to seek out other
> opinions regarding the origin of this specimen.
> Bear in mind, I am not asking for help on potential classification, nor am I
> asking if it is or is not a meteorite.
> Please contact me off list if you recognize this specimen and can share
> information related to a recent sale/transaction concerning it.
> Thank you very much for your time and consideration!
> John A. Shea, MD
> IMCA 3295
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