NWA 7035 is one of the most unusual and beautiful Eucrites I have ever held! When it was first seen uncut at the 2011 Munich Show many professional meteorite dealers thought that it was a new Martian Shergottite. After replicate analysis were performed, it was first thought to be a "Pyroxene-Phyric," later it was proved to be a unique Diabasic Eucrite with large plagioclase grains between the pyroxene grains. It has a very low Shock Level and Weathering Grade that helped to keep the prominent yellowish-green pyroxene grains and vesicles intact. The Total Known Weight is 816 grams in a single, fusion crusted stone.
The majority of this amazing new meteorite is preserved in the 422 gram main mass which is curated in a private collection. Accounting for the rarity of NWA 7035, the very high acquisition price, expert preparation costs, type sample and cutting/polishing losses, I have priced this museum quality meteorite at a favorable rate. Most of the available material has been already been placed in private and public collections!
I have listed all that is available here!
Meteoritical Bulletin entry for NWA 7035:
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