Ahmed Pani was selling this brecciated L chondrite in Tucson in February 2017. The mineral dealer from Vienna had one slice with a distinct dark clast that I should have bought. Luckily he had a similar slice available when we saw him at the Munich show in October. It turned out to be beautiful in thin section.
The dark clast is similar to the impact melt rock (crystallized fallback material) found in NWA 869, an L3-6. Barred olivine appears in several forms. There are distinctly brown cryptocrystalline and radial pyroxene chondrules. And numerous chondrules are jacketed with fine grained dust. One chondrule has a dark glassy mesostasis surrounding large olivine phenocrysts.
The variety of textures makes this thin section a pleasure to peruse.