Soil fragments in the 106-150 and 150-250 $\mu $m size ranges were selected for metallographic and microprobe examination on the basis of their magnetic properties. Serial sections of the mounted fragments were examined. One fragment proved to be a compositionally zoned crystal of phosphide with no metal phase but partly embedded in glass. Another was a coarse-grained association of silica with ilmenite and fayalite with a 5 $\mu $m particle of metallic iron in troilite. One splinter of oxide contained a central spine of metallic iron. The remaining six fragments contained 10 $\mu $m particles of iron-nickel-cobalt alloy with compositions in either the 'meteoritic' or the low Ni - low Co sub-meteoritic composition ranges of Ni, Co content. In some fragments separate particles of alloy had different Ni, Co contents. No particles of high Co metal were encountered.