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CAMPO DEL CIELO 28.75 kilograms
Outstanding large sculptural individual

This is our very last significant AAA-grade specimen. A beautiful sculptural piece with a marvelous crevasse-like deep groove and exceptional character, it is covered with fine regmaglypts and stands up naturally as pictured.

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28.75 kilograms


CHELYABINSK 77.8 grams

Fusion-crusted stone
Chondrite LL5
Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia
New Listing A sensational golf-ball sized fusion crusted complete stone happily sports two chips which reveal an interior awash with stark black shock veins and light gray interior. Multi-colored black and brown fusion crust hint at this specimens flight history. At one time oriented in flight creating a low oxygen environment and allowing for variable oxidization of the crust. Sensational!
77.8 grams
46 mm x 42 mm x 34 mm


CHELYABINSK 145.3 grams

Half stone
Chondrite LL5
Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia
New Listing This perfect half stone displays some of the finest fusion crust we have ever seen, while the reverse face gives a fascinating glimpse into Chelyabinsk's interior structure. This remarkable specimen appears to be cleaved in half, possibly the result of fragmentation along a shock plane. When you hold this piece, there is no doubt you are holding something otherworldly.
145.3 grams
89 mm x 54 mm x 23 mm


NWA 8687 13.3 grams
Part slice
Lunar (Troctolite)
Found 2014 Morocco, Northwest Africa

New Listing
Exceptional specimen with striking dark green shock vein running the length of this gorgeous full slice. This piece shows considerable brecciation, but most notable is the translucent (what we think is a) plagioclase crystal. Absolutely world-class.

13.3 grams
69 mm x 62 mm x 2 mm


NWA 8277 20.9 grams
Full slice
Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa

New Listing
A exceptional slice that is visually captivating. The moon may not have gravity, but this piece certainly pulls us to it. A slight layering of variable matrix compositions appear as a river of mingled brecciated clasts flowing across the surface.

20.9 grams
88 mm x 72 mm x 2 mm


NWA 8177 159.8 grams
Achondrite, Eucrite (monomict)
Purchased 2008 Morocco, Northwest Africa

New Listing
We simply can not say enough about this sensational end cut. The cut face reveals a marvelous gradational/zoned brecciated interior. The exceptional exterior face sports large regmaglypts, cooling cracks, glimpse of the interior and distinct weathering demarcation line. And the hole; though the result of the cutting, it is nonetheless remarkable. A show stopper and conversation starter. Please be sure to see the additional photos!
159.8 grams
144 mm x 143 mm x 11 mm


NWA 8022 31.6 grams
Full slice
Lunar, feldspathic breccia
Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa

New Listing
Words can hardly describe this show stopping full slice. It is so unusual to see such large lunar specimen. This piece clearly shows it history on an active bombardment surface, with a lovely light gray matrix dotted with white feldspathic clasts, and brecciation And, surprisingly, it is littered with small glittery metallic flecks. A prize for any collection.
31.6 grams
102 mm x 79 mm x 2 mm


NWA 8022 39.7 grams
Full slice
Lunar, feldspathic breccia
Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa

New Listing
WOW! Simply, WOW! We are almost speechless looking at this specimen of Lunar material, it brings tears to our eyes it is so incredibly breathtaking. Astounding large full slice with brecciated clast speckling the light gray matrix. The lower right hand corner (in the photo) is distinctly different in its lithology than the majority of the slice.
39.7 grams
111 mm x 105 mm x 2 mm


NWA 8022 91.8 grams
End cut!
Lunar, feldspathic breccia
Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa

New Listing
A large end cut with fusion crust! Incredible surface area on the cut face displays excellent features and color. The reverse? A rough exterior with segments of a tarnish fusion crust. A museum grade specimen. Absolutely incredible!

91.8 grams
98 mm x 70 mm x 15 mm


NWA 7457 509.9 grams
Full slice
Ordinary chondrite, L5 melt breccia
Purchased 2012 Morocco, Northwest Africa

New Listing
This impressive large full slice showcases an incredibly distinct brecciated pattern, clearly displayed on the matte finished side. The other side has a highly polished finish. Metal veins, brecciated clasts, and melt material; all you could want in a melt breccia. The formation history preserved.

509.9 grams
205 mm x 204 mm x 6 mm


NWA 7040 419.6 grams
End cut
Ordinary chondrite, H3.4
Purchased 2011, Morocco, Northwest Africa

New Listing
World-class end cut. It is unusual for us to come across such unique material. This piece features a large cut surface area, with a multitude of chondrules. The marvelous relatively flat reverse side, showcases the exterior of the meteorite with just a hint of remnant fusion crust and mottled with visible chondrules. This piece is a show-stopper.
419.6 grams
150 mm x 121 mm x 15 mm


NWA 6950 29.1 grams
Part slice
Lunar gabbro
Purchased 2011, Morocco, Northwest Africa

New Listing
Superb full slice of a gabbro lunar. This grandiose visitor from another planet has a delicate light green tint. It is streaked with one predominate jet black shock vein among a thin spider web of veins. So unusual to find a lunar slice of this size.
29.1 grams
110 mm x 69 mm x 2 mm


NWA 6560 71.0 grams
Full slice
Achondrite, howardite
Found 2010 Morocco, Northwest Africa

New Listing
Centered in this visually stunning large full slice is a intriguing fragment of rock. This significant rust-colored clast is completely surrounded by metal. An armored clast? Rock on!

71.0 grams
146 mm x 95 mm x 3 mm


NWA 6560 73.6 grams
Full slice
Achondrite, howardite
Found 2010 Morocco, Northwest Africa

New Listing
A clast within a clast as seen in the significant dark fragment in the upper left portion of this photograph. This slice also features a large light rust colored clast encapsulated by a metal ring. Whoa! The whole slice is a stunning jumble of material. It doesn't get much better than this!
73.6 grams
152 mm x 93 mm x 3 mm


Elongated full slice

New Listing A full slice with a spectacular patchwork Widmanstatten pattern and large inclusions. One of our favorite slices in the Aerolite offices at the moment.

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407.0 grams  212
mm x 85 mm x 4 mm


Large slice from Nininger's classic find

New Listing A slice packed with both large and small fragmented silicate and siderite segments, showing the intriguing relationship between both components.

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147.9 grams  157
mm x 92 mm x 4 mm


One of the stars of Eleven Space Sculptures

New Listing
A spectacular regmaglypted individual with natural hole and the actual #11 of the Sikhote-Alins featured on the celebrated "Eleven Space Sculptures" postcard. It is accompanied by postcard #11/1000 and signed by photographer and Aerolite president, Geoff Notkin.
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212.8 grams
68 mm x 54 mm x 44 mm


A regmaglypted wonder

New Listing This astonishing large stone, enveloped in regmaglypts of multiple sizes is simply one of the finest chondrites we've ever seen. Awash with superb surface features it is worthy of any major museum collection and an absolute beauty.

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15.75 kilograms / 34.7 pounds  
mm x 276 mm x 158 mm


Le Petit Prince

New Listing "Le Petit Prince" (The Little Prince) is named after the delightful children's book by French author and aviator Antoine de Saint-Exupery, as it reminds us of the minor planet upon with the protagonist is seen standing. This monster is the single largest meteorite Aerolite has ever offered for sale. Not for the faint of heart. Large photos >>>
213 kilograms / 469 pounds  
mm x 418 mm x 230 mm


The Pelican

New Listing This exquisite highly sculptural piece with an extraordinarily deep crevice reminds us of a pensive pelican gazing at the ocean. It presents several more mysterious zoomorphic characteristics in other orientations. A sultry beauty and one of a kind.

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10.75 kilograms / 27 pounds
mm x 182 mm x 116 mm


Large siderite initial

New Listing This hefty beast is a complete Seymchan siderite with an interesting gnarled surface and appealing bronze patina. We considered cutting this piece in half, in order to etch it and display the superb Widmanstatten Pattern shown by this meteorite, but thought we should let it's new owner decide.
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13.85 kilograms / 30 1/2 pounds
mm x 155 mm x 115 mm


Exceptional large individual

New Listing This spectacular large mass presents a very unusual shape, good patina, and massive, deep regmaglypts. Note the unusual crevasses and surface striations. Space rock cool, and then some.

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45.45 kilograms / 100 pounds
mm x 304 mm x 225 mm


Asteroid With Holes: A Still Life

New Listing It's not often we get to say: "We've never seen a meteorite like this!" but we haven't. Weighing in just shy of 90 lbs, this asteroid-shaped iron giant comes with its own craters. Who will mine it first? Deep Space Industries or Planetary Resources?

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40.70 kilograms / 89 1/2 pounds
mm x 222 mm x 172 mm


Unusually large slice from Nininger's classic find

New Listing Recovered by H.H. Nininger 40 miles from the nearest village in a remote part of the Philippines during the 1950s, the original, and only, mass weighed a staggering 1,955 pounds. This exquisite slice shows the origin of the intriguing Bondoc nodules. An historic and important mesosiderite.
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180.0 grams  164
mm x 96 mm x 4 mm


SIKHOTE-ALIN "The Hedgehog"
A spectacular hybrid!
New Listing
We have no idea how such a massive, heavy meteorite can remind us of a hedgehog, but it does. A most amazing specimen, this significant piece is a hybrid; a shrapnel individual with a segment of the exterior. The outside rind section displays very distinct regmaglypts. The shrapnel portion clearly shows lamella structure. Love to see those large metal crystals. Outstanding! See the large photos >>>
23.05 kg

240 mm x 200 mm x 195 mm



An oldie and a goodie!
This fine individual was likely found fairly soon after the 1947 fall, as there are still traces of blue-gray fusion crust remaining and a some natural patina, something rarely seen on Sikhote-Alins that were found more recently. This specimen has a good sculptural shape, lamella structure clearly visible where it broke in flight, well defined regmaglypts and multiple distinct flow lines.
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820.4 grams
90 mm x 78 mm x 75 mm


Excellent specimen with green/gray streaks

A solid specimen with blocky shape, intriguing surface features and wonderful smoky green hue. This individual has banding caused by remnant pieces of the impactor. And a textural difference clearly displaying subsurface (less polished and small depressions) versus above surface (polished and larger depressions) features. Such a great piece!
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426.9 grams  96 mm x 89 mm x 73 mm



Exceptional large L6 full slice

An excellent large full slice of this desirable and classic American find. This meteorite was originally found around 1986, by farmers working a new field, but not recognized as a meteorite until 1995. This slice has a smattering of metal flecks surrounded by a dark matrix with significant chondrules. One side has a high polish, while the reverse is matte finished.
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896.0 grams


An impressive, large Sikhote-Alin shrapnel

This large shrapnel piece is a joy to examine. Jagged edges, striations and a distinct piece of twisted metal; the results of the forces involved in ripping apart an iron meteorite are rather visible in this specimen. Arresting!

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4,034 grams
192 mm x 156 mm x 63 mm


"CAMPO" LAS PALMAS 3,630 grams
Sculptural individual with natural patina

Although structurally similar to Campo, we still believe that Las Palmas (provisional) is an entirely different meteorite, based on the location of the strewnfield (200 miles away and at right angles) and the different appearance (well preserved with remnant fusion crust and fine regmaglypts). We still await a final decision on this, but it is an excellent iron, regardless. See the large photos >>>
3,630 grams    185 mm x 111 mm x 74 mm



Excellent sculptural individual

Spectacular large individual with exceptional shape. This fine piece displays very deep and well-formed regmaglypts, and marvelous surface features. A beauty!

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9,543 grams   210 mm x 181 mm x 111 mm



DIMMITT 1,137.2 grams
Outstanding individual with two hand-painted numbers

This beautiful complete individual, with rich natural patina, is from the important Oscar Monnig Meteorite Collection. It features two hand-painted numbers (Huss/Monnig and original Monnig), thumbprints and remnant fusion crust. A gorgeous and desirable historic meteorite.
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138 mm x 80 mm x 70 mm

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