Mrs. Betty Warrington gave the meteor, pestle, needle and burner to Joseph Ross in 1974 along with her personal papers. She told me that it was given to her husband, Mr. A.P. Warrington, founder of the Krotona Institute in 1924 when they moved to Ojai California from their Krotona Estate in Hollywood.
Ancient meteor could have been used as a tomahawk by North American Indians as tool or a weapon
A tool, usually club-shaped, used to pound or grind substances in a mortar
Hand inscribed on front base Church of St. Albans, Sydney, September 11, 1926
Arrowhead $500, fossils $100 , burner $175