Great Namaland, Namibia.
7.5x3.7ins(19x9.5cm) & 2.1x2.1ins.(5.2x5.2cm) 2
The Gibeon meteorite field was first reported by Captain T. E. Alexander in 1836 and is located in Great Namaqualand, Namibia, South West Africa. All meteorites emerged from the core of a planet that briefly existed between Mars and Jupiter, the surviving fragments now described as 'the asteroid belt'. This meteorite is a nice example of a fine octahedrite and is offered with a sliced specimen displaying the inner "Widmanstätten Patterns".