Anne, the white color is indicative of it being a No-brite.

All kidding aside, that is pretty sad to be selling such an obvious meteorwrong.

Best,

Mendy Ouzillou

On Oct 12, 2016, at 8:01 PM, Anne Black via Meteorite-list 
<meteorite-list@meteoritecentral.com> wrote:

Doing some research and I happen to run into this:

https://www.krantz-online.de/en/online-shop/___product/2203/___showCat/37/___pageid/16/meteorite_stone.html
  

I only know the Krantz company by reputation and for having been around for 
close to 200 years, but really!   Do those white rocks look like meteorites to 
you?
Anyone in Germany knows the Krantz company?

Anne M. Black
IMPACTIKA.com
impact...@aol.com

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