Cold Bokkeveld, South Africa, *1838
Cold Bokkeveld fell in South Africa in 1838. It is a remarkably rare meteorite; only 5,200g were ever recovered. This fragment has a beautiful crust round most of one side, and was traded from the London NHM.
The circumstances of the fall and recovery are given here.
One of the things I love about this specimen is that it’s a crusted piece from the NHM, London. This means that, according to the reports linked above, there’s a good chance that Michael Faraday himself may have held this very piece of stone!