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Hello,

I'm just back from the MUNICH MINERAL SHOW. We all had a wonderful time. More than 60 people met at the great Friday evening party at the Fliegerbraeu restaurant. At the show I' ve seen a lot of "well know faces" but also some "newbies" like Joshua Eisler and his wife with a very nice stall and Mister Moss himself: Morton Bilet from Norway! There were a lot of Moroccan sellers, but most had only a few small boxes with meteorites and were mainly selling fossils and minerals. Enjoy the picts...and see you all in Ensisheim (France) June 16/17, 2007!



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A small part of one of the three huge halls where the Munich Mineral show 2006 took place.

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Ali Hmani and son with great meteorites from Morocco.

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Black, fresh and for sale...what are you waiting for?

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Two meteorite aficionados looking for the ultimate rock: Marc Jost and Dr. Svend Buhl.

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Mohamed Sbai with a great selection of black fresh meteorites.

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Ismaely who offered a great variety of meteorites from NW Africa.

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Dean Bessey who traveled all the way from New Zealand to be at the Show!

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German dream team: Uwe and Ewa Eger, one of the best adresses for wold class meteorite slices!

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Sorry for the bad pict! You should see the huge pallasite slices in person: breathtaking!

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For the first time at the Show: CHLADNI'S HEIRS!...Martin Altmann, Stefan Ralew (pict), Andi Gren.

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CHLADNI'S HEIRS proudly present: Meteorites from our Moon!

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CHLADNI'S HEIRS member Martin Altmann with happy customer: Marc Jost from Switzerland.

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Moore "goodies" at CHLADNI'S HEIRS!

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Fantasic variety of great meteorites: Table of Joshua Eisler (Cosmic Cutlery, Tucson, USA)

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Nice selection of pallasite slices: Fukang, Esquel, Imilac.

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Hans Koser, Argentina with...???...correct: The World's best Campos!

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Jim Strope and Mike Farmer, present at every important meteorite show on this planet!

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Mister Moss, Morton Bilet from Norway: A lot of reasons for a happy smile:-)

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Austrian "Magician" Erich Haiderer..after I took the pict, the meteorite was in his other hand;-)...

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Fantastic huge (several kilos!) Henbury, the ultimative Xmas gift, isn't it?!

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Another well known dream team: Carine and Bruno from France!

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Munich show: the best place to meet good friends: Olaf Gabel and Hanno Strufe.

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Young and happy: Francesco Moser and girl friend Manuela from Bella Italia!

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Let's hope the gods will provide us with many more of these fascinating ETs...and we will find them!


For questions please write to: p.marmet@thinsections.ch