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Five microscope slides. From left to right these are: 'Meteorite Pultusk, Poland', 'Meteorite N (ear) New Liberty, Iowa, USA', 'Granite Jersey', 'Meteorite Ensisheim Nov 7 1492'. Alexander Stewart Herschel was one of those scientists involved in the 19th century with researching the make up of meteorites and was sent this sample to study.
- Image reference: F3245
- National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, London, Herschel Collection