Found Sahara, Before 2001
Total Know Weight 180g
Comment on the Meteoritical Society database :
Winonaite, with O isotopes that are more 16O-rich than typical: 518O=3.57‰, S17O=1.33‰, A170=-0.53‰; many relict chondrules...
Other comments :
Unique chondrites NWA 1463  and NWA 1058 may represent the regolith of the winonaite parent body. Since these specimens contain obvious chondrules, they should not be termed achondrites (despite a likely genetic relationship). (METACHONDRITES: RECRYSTALLIZED AND/OR RESIDUAL MANTLE ROCKS FROM MULTIPLE, LARGE CHONDRITIC PARENT BODIES. A. J. Irving, T. E. Bunch, D. Rumble, and T. E. Larson, 2005)