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This page is all about Libyan Desert Glass, Meteorites, Minerals, Pseudomorphs, Nummulites and more ...
AMAZING LIBYAN DESERT GLASS SPECIMENS
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NEWS - SPRING 2017
Finally we received a provisional and personal permission from the official Archeological Service of the Canton of Berne to search for Twannberg meteorites and potential archeological artifacts (Roman and/or Celt). After learned the basics how to treat, document and safe an artifact we received the permission valid until June 2017.
It is strictly forbidden to search in this region with metal detectors for meteorites and archeological artifacts without an official permission!
Proud received mine :-)
Mont Sujet - Switzerland
Saturday - 6 - 10 - 2017
Practical training - With metal detector
in the field. Organized by the
Archeological service of the canton of Bern.
TWANNBERG METEORITE WINE 2017
" LIMITED EDITION "
The Twannberg Meteorite individual specimen no. 352 - 116.8 g was placed in a 300 liter barrel with Chasselas White Wine. In September 2017 this limited edition of Chasselas Wine will be ready.
Produced by the winery A. Klötzli in Twann: www.kloetz.li
FOR MORE INFORMATION ABOUT THE TWANNBERG METEORITE
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Just received. Main part of an amazing collection:
Libyan Desert Glass, Pseudomorph Hematite Goethite after Marcasite, Calcite, Nummulite, Ammonite, Fulgurite, petrified Shells, Neolithic Tools, Petrified Wood and Corals, Shark Teeth, round Marbles and amazing Desert Stones in many different colors and shapes.
GEM QUALITY SPECIMENS
ABSOLUTELY GEM QUALITY LIBYAN DESERT GLASS - TWANNBERG METEORITE SLICES - MOON ROCK NWA 8127 AND MUCH MORE
Auctions ending Sunday evening 8pm CET
" THE TWANNBERG EXPERIENCE "
BY ANDREAS KOPPELT
READ THE FULL STORY IN THE BRAND NEW
"SPACE ROCKS" MAGAZINE
" There's two kinds of people: Those with loaded guns and those who dig "
by courtesy of Sergey Vasiliev
I started collecting Desert Glass and Pseudomorphs from the White Desert when living in Egypt from 1997 to 2002.
I discovered Meteorites some years ago and was immediately amazed by those treasures from space. On this website I'm offering only unique and genuine pieces from my own collection or purchased from trustful and other IMCA members.
Between 2011 and 2014 I was working and living in Pristina, Kosovo and discovered the beautiful world of minerals originating from the well known "Trepca" mine. You will find a selection of those amazing minerals on this website as well.
If you are looking for Meteorites, Desert Glass or Minerals not currently listed on this contact me. More are available upon request., please