This is a spectacular specimen I received in late 2005 direct from Morocco. It has thick black fusion crust that can be seen edge-on when the stone is viewed from the 'rear' fractured side. There it has rolled over into a nice thick rollover lip.
Orientation lines radiate in a spreading group of concentric circles from the leading corner of this meteorite. Small flowline details abound throughout its surface. There is also a fantastic surface chondrule that is about 5mm across and can be seen easily in the picture below.
Here's a closeup of that chondrule.