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SEYMCHAN 87.3 grams
IIE iron / Pallasite (PAL) siderite slice
First found Magadan, Russia, 1967

New listing Excellent full slice, oblong in shape, with lustrous Widmanstätten Pattern. Polished and etched on both sides. A very fine example of an etch pattern on an iron meteorite.

87.3 grams
125 mm x 55 mm x 3 mm

$262
.00

 

SEYMCHAN 96.8 grams
IIE iron / Pallasite (PAL) siderite slice
First found Magadan, Russia, 1967

New listing Lovely, elegant, elongated full slice with superb Widmanstätten Pattern. Polished and etched on both sides.

96.8 grams
127 mm x 46 mm x 4 mm

$290
.00

 

SEYMCHAN 97.2 grams
IIE iron / Pallasite (PAL) siderite slice
First found Magadan, Russia, 1967

New listing Beautiful full slice, reminiscent of a bird in profile, with a rich and sharp Widmanstätten Pattern. Polished and etched on both sides.

97.2 grams
135 mm x 41 mm x 3 mm

$291
.00

 

NWA XXX MATCHED PAIR 66.5 grams
Unclassified chondrites, found Sahara Desert

New listing
Attractive pentagon-shaped unclassified stone meteorite with good remnant fusion crust, sliced in half with both faces highly polished on a diamond lap. The interior shows a tan matrix with abundant metal flakes and colorful chondrules. At a guess, maybe an L4? It might be worth getting this one classified.

66.5 grams (total)

41 mm x 35 mm x 9 mm [and] 43 mm x 34 mm x 16 mm

$125.00

 

NWA XXX MATCHED PAIR 108.8 grams
Unclassified chondrites, found Sahara Desert

New listing
Nice obelisk-shaped unclassified stone, cut in half and diamon lap polished to reveal a very dark brown and ochre interior showing hundreds of tiny nickel-iron flecks.

108.8 grams (total)

61 mm x 31 mm x 13 mm [and] 63 mm x 34 mm x 15 mm

$155.00

 

NWA XXX MATCHED PAIR 110.5 grams
Unclassified chondrites, found Sahara Desert

New listing
Beautiful highly oriented stone, with domed from and concave trailing edge and dark remnant fusion crust, cut in half and diamond lap polished to reveal a cream interior with abundant nickel-iron flecks.

110.5 grams (total)

49 mm x 41 mm x 21 mm [and] 52 mm x 41 mm x 14 mm

$160.00

 

NWA 7678 39.0 grams
Superb full slice, laden with chondrules
Carbonaceous chondrite, CV3
Found Morocco, Northwest Africa


New listing Offered here is the single largest full slice of this wonderful CV3 that we have. Awash in a sea of multi-colored chondrules, it is easily one of the prettiest carbonaceous chondrites we've seen in decades. More >>>

39.0 grams

74 mm x 73 mm x 4 mm

$585.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 103.4 grams
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina

New Listing
This individual has it all: excellent zoomorphic shape, multiple regmaglypts, a pointing "finger," and even modest orientation. Excellent.

103.4 grams
47 mm x 32 mm x 31 mm
$105.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 117.7 grams
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina

New Listing
Cute, rounded individual with flanged sides and numerous small regmaglypts.

117.7 grams
45 mm x 35 mm x 27 mm
$117.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 156.2 grams
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina

New Listing
Elongated complete individual with numerous well-formed regmaglypts. It is quite unusual to see such nice thumbprints on an iron of this size.

156.2 grams
75 mm x 32 mm x 24 mm
$156.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 103.4 grams
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina

New Listing
This individual has it all: excellent zoomorphic shape, multiple regmaglypts, a pointing "finger," and even modest orientation. Excellent.

103.4 grams
47 mm x 32 mm x 31 mm
$105.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 193.7 grams
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina

New Listing
Excellent highly sculptural individual with good surface features, regmaglypts, and an attractive angular appearance.

193.7 grams
56 mm x 48 mm x 35 mm
$190.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 194.6 grams
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina

New Listing
Elegant individual that shows moderate orientation and appears bullet or arrowhead-shaped from a certain angle.

194.6 grams
56 mm x 41 mm x 40 mm
$191.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 219.5 grams
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina

New Listing
Very fine individual that presents like a flowering rose from a certain angle. Abundant regmaglypts and good surface features. A very attractive iron meteorite at an attractive price.

219.5 grams
55 mm x 48 mm x 37 mm
$215.00

CAMPO DEL CIELO – Very rare oriented individuals
Iron Meteorite (IAB)
Very rare specimens showing clear orientation. Oriented meteorites are highly prized by collectors. Most meteorites spin or tumble as they enter the Earth's atmosphere, but a few maintain a fixed orientation towards our planet and they are described as being oriented. Such specimens acquire a domed, rounded, or cone-shaped front, much like the nose of a missile, and typically show a flat or slightly concave trailing edge.
 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 194.0 grams
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina

New Listing
This superb piece displays textbook features of orientation including a flat back and sharp, pointed leading edge. Also present are numerous small regmaglypts.

194.0 grams
60 mm x 44 mm x 36 mm
$250.00

CAMPO DEL CIELO – Premium individuals
Iron Meteorite (IAB)
Specimens with exceptional surface features
 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 307.8 grams
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina

New Listing
Exceptional highly sculptural individual which stands up perfectly on several small natural "feet" and which presents abundant excellent, detailed regmaglypts. A very fine display piece, with outstanding surface features.

307.8 grams
70 mm x 52 mm x 32 mm
$325.00

 

MUNDRABILLA "The Space Skull"
Iron, IAB First known 1911, W. Australia

New Listing
In over twenty years in the business we have only ever seen three individuals of this size and quality, one of which was found by Aerolite President, Geoff Notkin, while filming Meteorite Men in Australia! The vast majority of Mundrabillas weigh in at under 100 grams. This amazing skull-like space rock, with a pair of ominous"eyes," is a serious and desirable prize for the iron meteorite collector.

1076 grams    94 mm x 81 mm x 66 mm
RESERVED

 

HENBURY 3175 grams
IIIAB First discovered, 1931, Australia

New Listing
Superb, rare, large sculptural example! Oxidation over thousands of years in the iron-rich northern desert contributes to Henbury's vivid red patina and this spectacular large piece displays both rich color and marvelous surface features.

3175grams
192 mm x 146 mm x 71 mm
$4995.00

 

WOLF CREEK INDIVIDUAL 1,122.8 grams

New Listing This unusually large specimen displays the characteristic brain-like shape often seen in sizeable complete individuals of this ancient and intriguing meteorite. The last large example in our inventory.

1,122.8 grams

104 mm x 75 mm x 92 mm

$1,350.00

 

LAGUNA MANANTIALES 33.0 grams
Iron IIIAB Found 1945, Argentina

New listing Laguna Manantiales is so very rarely offered on the collectors' market that I snapped up this elegant part slice the moment I saw it. It shows a rich, luminous etch, and this actual piece was used during filming of the Meteorite Men S3 episode "Dronino" and can clearly be seen on Dr. Garvie's desk [see large images]. A rare meteorite with nice MM provenance. Click here for large pictures >>>
33.0 grams
40 mm x 28 mm x 4 mm
$375.00

 

RICHLAND 85.0 grams
IIAB iron, hexahedrite Found 1951, Texas

New listing Richland is an uncommon hexahedrite meteorite and displays rarely-seen Neumann lines. This actual piece was used during filming of the Meteorite Men S3 episode "Dronino" and can clearly be seen on Dr. Garvie's desk [see large images]. A very rare meteorite with excellent MM provenance.
Don't miss the large pictures >>>

85.0 grams 75 mm x 42 mm x 5 mm
$425
.00

 

Taza 222.6 grams
Plessitic octahedrite Found 2001 Northwest Africa

New listing Taza, the "Queen of the Desert" has always reminded me of Sikhote-Alin. We experimented by having this one cleaned and — what a revelation. Underneath that desert crud hid a large oriented silver bullet with nosecone and rollover lip. Start your own space program with this one dazzle ship. Don't miss the large pictures >>>

222.6 grams 67 mm x 50 mm x 34 mm
$700.00

 

FORESTBURG (A)
L4 chondrite  Found 1957, Texas

New listing We worked with the celebrated curator of the Oscar Monnig meteorite collection for many years, and published the official Monnig Meteorite Catalog. As such, we had the happy opportunity to acquire some fine specimens from the collection — this attractive Forestburg half stone being one of them. With FREE COPY of the beautiful Oscar Monnig Meteorite Catalog (additional shipping applies) and original Monnig label. Don't miss the large pictures >>>
165.5 grams
85 mm x 51 mm x 40 mm
$370.00

 

PLAINVIEW "The Bird Head"
Nininger specimen with number
H5 chondrite  Found 1917, Texas

New listing "The Bird Head" is a magnificent complete, oriented Nininger Plainview (1917) individual with hand-painted Nininger number P92BB and Center For Meteorite Studies ID card. This piece was collected by Nininger and his team. A world-class meteorite and an important and significant historic piece. Don't miss the large pictures >>>

868.3 grams 121 mm x 79 mm x 76 mm
$4,000.00

 

RICHFIELD 77.5 grams
Ordinary Chondrite, LL3.7
Morton County, Kansas, USA
Found 1983


New listing Attractive and affordable slice of this seldom-offered Kansas Type 3, with large chondrules suspended in a grey-green matrix.


77.5 grams

91 mm x 65 mm x 6 mm

$695.00

 

GRETNA 158.0 grams
Ordinary Chondrite, L5
Phillips County, Kansas, USA
Found 1912


New listing
Lovely fully slice with pea soup-green and grey matrix and large metal inclusions.

158.0 grams

137 mm x 114 mm x 6 mm

$515.00

 

HAXTUN 105.3 grams
Ordinary Chondrite, H/L4 or L4
Phillips County, Colorado, USA
Found 1975


New listing
Good partial slice with high polish on one face and ghostly relict chondrules.

105.3 grams

108 mm x 85 mm x 6 mm

$525.00



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