Specimen weight: 39.7518 grams, cut fragment.

The Juvinas meteorite fell on June 15, 1821 at 15:00 hrs in Libonnes, Ardeche, France. After a large fireball and explosions, a single large stone weighing 91 kilograms fell near the village of Libonnes.  

Juvinas is classified as an Achondrite, Eucrite (AEUC). It is well known for the amazing glossy black fusion crust that looks like molten plastic.