Slice Campo Del Cielo - 135×105×5 mm - 393 g

Description
Slice Campo Del Cielo - 135×105×5 mm - 393 g
Gran Chaco Gualamba, Argentina

Slice of metallic Campo del Cielo meteorite, with a quality worthy of a nice collection.

Perfect etched slice of 393 g, nice clear pattern.

This slice was cut a few years back and has remained stable.

Campo Del Cielo was first found in Gran Chaco Gualamba Argentina in 1576.

It has an Iron Coarse (IA).

A of core of a planetoid disintegrated during the continuous impacts that happened in the formation of the solar system, with an estimated age of formation of 4,000 million years. It came in the form of a meteorite around 2,500 years before Christ to the current Argentina, and along with the rest of the other meteorites of this fall, they are the largest rains of metallic meteorites known to this date.

Since in 2008 the Government of Argentina banned the export of meteorites, specimens of Campo del Cielo have increased their value and revalued rapidly with the passage of time. Campo is a good investment as the price will only go up from here.

Shipment with tracking number

Lot details
Mineral Form/ Type Meteorite
Slice Campo Del Cielo
Dimensions
135×105×5 mm
Weight
393 g
Origin (Region/ City)
Gran Chaco Gualamba
Origin (Country)
Argentina
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