For a piece it doesnt matter (and looks nice, if its real!) but in the long run I think you benefit from buying from established, known and absolutely trustworthy sellers. Not only in the happiness and confidence that your collection is definitely real, but also financially, when you sell. That provinence from a trusted dealer means that you can more easily sell the piece, and also likely get most of the money back, if not more as some rise over time.
Yeah, looking for reliable sellers is what I always do, but finding this piece made me remember buying my first meteorite: excitement and doubt at the same time.
I have also already decided what I'm gonna do when I no longer need my meteorites and my fossils. I will give some of them to children I know and will donate others to the schools where I studied when I was a teenager.
I'm not giving away a fortune or museum treasures or something that arouses greed. These are simple things but I want them to have a purpose. In some countries children and young people need more positive mind stimulation than in others.
I remember when I was about 10 years old, an uncle promised me a telescope as a birthday gift. In the end, he couldn't get it and ended up giving me toy construction machines. Very nice ones. Caterpillar brand. But I was already excited about the telescope. My parents couldn't afford one and by the time I was old enough to buy one myself, I had lost interest. Now on my 40's I've become the kid I alwas wanted to be.