The Pultusk meteorite fell January 30, 1868 at 7:00 PM near Warsaw, Poland. A large fireball and detonations were followed by a shower of small stones falling over a large area near Pultusk, Poland. Tens of thousands of small stones rained down on the land and houses. It is estimated that thousands of stones fell. The vast majority were small, less than 10 grams down to less than half a gram, and are known as "Pultusk Peas". The pieces below are fairly good sized specimens for Pultusk.