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AGOUDAL 80.1 grams
Iron, IIAB First found 2012, Morocco

New Listing Most of the recovered Agoudal specimens are somewhat nondescript, but this one has an intriguing shape and a rich bronze patina. One of the more interesting small Agoudal individuals we've seen. More >>>

80.1 grams

41 mm x 32 mm x 20 mm

$160.00

 

AGOUDAL 298.1 grams
Iron, IIAB First found 2012, Morocco

New Listing Lovely individual with sharp angular sides and great surface features. Easily one of the nicest examples of this new meteorite we've seen and it is also unusually large for this fall. More >>>

298.1 grams

71 mm x 44 mm x 36 mm

$525.00

 

CHINGA 337.5 grams
UNGR First discovered 1913 Tuva, Russia

New Listing Characteristic scute-shaped individual with very colorful patina, good surface features. Its flattish shape results in a very good surface-to-weight ratio. More >>>

337.5 grams

81 mm x 73 mm x 22 mm

$420.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 467.6 grams
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
Regmaglypted individual

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Lovely flattish individual with good surface features: points, ridges and numerous shallow regmaglypts.
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467.6 grams
87 mm x 52 mm x 34 mm
$233.00

 

CANYON DIABLO 187.7 grams
IAB First discovered 1891 Coconino Co., AZ

New Listing Intriguing individual with appealing shape, good surface features, and rich, dark patina. More >>>

187.7 grams

61 mm x 53 mm x 32 mm

$185.00

 

CANYON DIABLO 448.6 grams
IAB First discovered 1891 Coconino Co., AZ

New Listing Colorful and hefty individual with one significant scoop and a caliche "crown," indicating it was buried for a long period of time. A nice example from the world's most famous meteorite crater and a must for collectors of crater-forming irons. More >>>

448.6 grams

73 mm x 48 mm x 43 mm

$425.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 1,957 grams
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
Regmaglypted individual

New Listing
Excellent complete individual, about the size of a large grapefruit, with particularly fine overlapping regmaglypts covering nearly all of its surface. A very fine tabletop or cabinet display piece.
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1,957 grams
115 mm x 91 mm x 59 mm
$780.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO "The Night Bird"
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
Regmaglypted individual

New Listing
Spectacular, highly sculptural display piece with outstanding surface features, including several deep and well-formed regmaglypts. Standing well naturally in several different orientations, this angle reminds us of a sleeping bird. An excellent piece! Click for large photos >>>

2,143 grams
152 mm x 89 mm x 54 mm
$1,070.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 163.0 grams
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
Oriented individual

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Appealing pyramid-shaped individual, showing clear orientation, along with some good thumbprinting— a feature usually only seen in larger specimens.
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163.0 grams
54 mm x 47 mm x 25 mm
$163.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 395.6-gram nosecone
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
Highly oriented individual

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Amazing super-highly oriented complete individual with a prominent "spike" on the leading edge and an almost totally flat back. A marvelous textbook example of ablation in action. Outstanding.
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395.6 grams
76 mm x 57 mm x 39 mm
$395.00

 

CAMPO DEL CIELO "The Iron Hand "
IAB First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
Highly sculptural individual

New Listing
This marvelous piece looks, in some orientations, like a clenched hand with outstretched thumb and it has quite a history, as it was many times used by our company president, Geoff Notkin, for show-and-tell at his lectures and outreach events. One of the best examples of a Campo del Cielo in this size range — ever. Click for large photos >>>

4,144 grams   160 mm x 130 mm x 94 mm
$2,250.00

 

GEBEL KAMIL 271.4 grams
UNGR 2009 Al Wadi al Jadid, Egypt

New Listing Excellent individual with marvelous "lizard skin" texture and appealing shape. Bronze, yellow, and red patina. More >>>

271.4 grams

67 mm x 58 mm x 23 mm

$407.00

 

GEBEL KAMIL 729.0 grams
UNGR 2009 Al Wadi al Jadid, Egypt

New Listing Superb, eye-catching sculptural individual with excellent texture and patina, marvelous shape and a gravity-defying ability to stand up on its edge. Note the torn, shard-like feature on the reverse (see large pictures). Excellent. More >>>

729.0 grams

107 mm x 93 mm x 28 mm

$925.00

EL TIRO  
NEW FIND, JUST CLASSIFIED!

An Aerolite Meteorites Exclusive
L3 Brecciated Ordinary Chondrite, found January, 2013, El Tiro, Mexico
We are very pleased to present a beautiful and intriguing new find, with marvelous brecciation. El Tiro (meaning "the shot") was discovered in January of 2013 by a gold prospector colleague of ours, close to the small settlement of El Tiro in Sonora, Mexico. Only a single stone was recovered with a total known weight of just 2.4 kilograms. The stone displayed gentle regmaglypts, weathering cracks, and a fair amount of fusion crust. El Tiro's grey, blue and brown matrix exhibits abundant, multi-colored breccia clasts, metallic flakes, and dark chondrules. We acquired the entire mass from the finder and proceeded with classification. El Tiro is an Aerolite exclusive and only available from us.

 

EL TIRO 70.5 grams

Full slice with excellent brecciation
L3 chondrite
El Tiro, Mexico

New Listing Complete slice, reminiscent of a fish in profile, with large clasts, brecciation and one side highly polished.

70.5 grams

133 mm x 109 mm x 2 mm

$211.00

 

EL TIRO 85.2 grams

Full slice with excellent brecciation
L3 chondrite
El Tiro, Mexico

New Listing Beautiful complete slice with magnificent large and colorful clasts.

85.2 grams

116 mm x 96 mm x 3 mm

$256.00

 

EL TIRO 113.7 grams

Full slice with excellent brecciation
L3 chondrite
El Tiro, Mexico

New Listing A study in brecciation, this fine full slice shows red, black, gray and steel blue in the matrix.

113.7 grams

134 mm x 108 mm x 3 mm

$341.00

 

EL TIRO 284.2 grams

End cut with excellent brecciation
L3 chondrite
El Tiro, Mexico

New Listing Hefty end cut with good polish and abundant multi-colored breccia clasts. The exterior shows fusion crust and gentle regmaglypting. Very nice!

284.2 grams

115 mm x 87 mm x 22 mm

$449.00


 

SIKHOTE-ALIN IRON METEORITE
WITH GOLD CUSTOM WIRE WRAP

New Listing A Sikhote-Alin shrapnel wrapped in gold.

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$250.00
Catalogue number sa-16-3 (pendant is 34 mm)


 

SIKHOTE-ALIN IRON METEORITE
WITH GOLD CUSTOM WIRE WRAP

New Listing A Sikhote-Alin shrapnel wrapped in gold.

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$250.00
Catalogue number sa-20-0 (pendant is 50 mm)


 

SIKHOTE-ALIN IRON METEORITE WITH
GOLD AND SILVER CUSTOM WIRE WRAP

New Listing A Sikhote-Alin shrapnel wrapped in gold and silver.

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$250.00
Catalogue number sa-23-4 (pendant is 52 mm)


 

SIKHOTE-ALIN IRON METEORITE
WITH SILVER CUSTOM WIRE WRAP

New Listing A Sikhote-Alin shrapnel wrapped in silver.

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$250.00
Catalogue number sa-20-5 (pendant is 45 mm)


 

SIKHOTE-ALIN IRON METEORITE
WITH SILVER CUSTOM WIRE WRAP

New Listing A Sikhote-Alin shrapnel wrapped in silver.

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$250.00
Catalogue number sa-24-3 (pendant is 43 mm)


 

SEA-GREEN MOLDAVITE GLASS
SET IN SILVER

New listing Moldavite set in silver.

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$100.00
Catalogue number mol-6-3 (pendant is 33 mm)


 

SEA-GREEN MOLDAVITE GLASS
WIRE WRAPPED IN SILVER

New Listing Moldavite wrapped in silver.

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$225.00
Catalogue number mol-8-3 (pendant is 48 mm)


 

SEA-GREEN MOLDAVITE GLASS
WIRE WRAPPED IN SILVER

New Listing Moldavite wrapped in silver.

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$250.00
Catalogue number mol-10-4 (pendant is 68 mm)

 

NWA 869 480.9 grams
L4–6 Found 2000 Tindouf, Algeria

New Listing This metal-rich, hefty stone is egg-shaped, fusion crusted and carries faint thumbprints. It's such an excellent example that we used it for calibrating our metal detectors in the Season Three Meteorite Men episode "Homestead." An impressive meteorite with unique MM provenance.
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480.9 grams
94 mm x 57 mm x 56 mm
$480.00


 

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
$275.00


 

Gebel Kamil 87.0 grams
UNGR 2009 Al Wadi al Jadid, Egypt

New Listing The Gebel Kamil find of 2009 was one of the most exciting new iron meteorite discoveries in decades. The vast majority of the recovered pieces are flattish and scute-shaped, making them unsuitable for cutting. This slice is, therefore, unusual. It 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 fine slice with nice MM provenance.
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33.0 grams
40 mm x 28 mm x 4 mm   $200.00


 

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 nice MM provenance.
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85.0 grams 75 mm x 42 mm x 5 mm
$375


 

"Campo" Las Palmas 657.3 grams
[Provisional] classification pending

New Listing I have been working on this meteorite for eight years. In my professional opinion, Las Palmas is a separate meteorite fall and nothing to to with Campo. The strewnfields are 200 miles apart and perpendicular to each other. I have refrained from releasing this material as official classification is still pending, but I just had to share this fusion-crusted, sculptural beauty.
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657.3 grams
105 mm x 86 mm x 39 mm $500


 

Seymchan 355.9 grams
Pallasite (PAL) Found 1967 Magadan, Russia

New Listing I am quite attached to this intriguing part slice, which was the test cut from the large Seymchan mass I acquired, directly from the finders, and described as "the finest transitional pallasite ever recovered." One slice sold at auction in NYC for $45,000. Etched, and packed with dark olivine crystals, it is a moody beauty at a silly cheap price. Give it a good home for me.
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355.9 grams
170 mm x 98 mm x 5 mm    $3,200.00


 

Wolf Creek 453.7 grams
Iron IIIAB Found 1947, Western Australia

New Listing One of my personal favorites here is this quintessential Wolf Creek. It has everything we expect from this ancient and marvelous space rock. A crater forming iron discovered the same year that Sikhote-Alin fell, and with the same composition as Henbury (weird) it has an estimated terrestrial age of 300,000 years making it one of the oldest-known meteorites on our planet. Don't miss the large pictures >>>
453.7 grams
91 mm x 66 mm x 59 mm
$550.00


 

Ghubara 5.4 grams
L5 chondrite Found 1964  Al Wusta, Oman

New Listing Here is a cool double bill for you science-oriented collectors: a chondrule rich slice of Ghubara accompanied by a thin section of same. Thin sections are complex and expensive to produce and magnificent under the microscope. This unusual pairing will allow you to gaze in wonder upon the hidden internal world of chondrites. Don't miss the large pictures >>>

5.4 grams 32 mm x 32 mm x 3 mm
$150.00


 

Popigai 181.0 grams
Impact breccia and thin section

New Listing The mighty 35 million year-old Popigai Crater in northern Siberia is one of the oldest on Earth and was the site of my 1999 expedition. Presented here is a full slab of the beautiful impact breccia, accompanied by an extremely rare thin section (one of only two I've ever seen). Super cool and super unusual; for the meteorite collector who has (nearly) everything. Don't miss the large pictures >>>
181.0 grams
142 mm x 83 mm x 11 mm
$225.00


 

NWA 869 460.1 grams
L4–6 Found 2000 Tindouf, Algeria

New Listing I call these characters "The Triplets": a nice egg-shaped individual cut in half and a beautiful oblong end cut. All three have impeccably-polished faces and display a world of clasts, chondrules, flakes, and brecciation. Happy Xmas!
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460.1 (total) grams
266.8 grams 90 mm x 54 mm x 36 mm

108.0 grams 64 mm x 50 mm x 25 mm
85.4 grams 64 mm x 52 mm x 20 mm    $375.00


 

Henbury 19.9 grams
Iron IIIAB First discovered, 1931, Australia

New Listing Nothing gets the collectors' attention quite like an official museum label and this one comes from the mighty ROM (Royal Ontario Museum). I exchanged a slice of our magnificent Sterley pallasite for this and some other items. I am keeping the rest for my personal collection.
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19.9 grams 49 mm x 24 mm x 9 mm
$125.00


 

Franconia 24.7 grams
H5 chondrite Found 2002, Arizona

New Listing This cute little complete individual was found while filming our Season Three "Mojave" episode of Meteorite Men (one of my favorites), although it didn't make the final cut. A cool Arizona stone with desirable MM provenance.

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24.7 grams 27 mm x 23 mm x 23 mm
$100.00


 

Sikhote-Alin 190.9 grams
IIAB Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia

New Listing This extra sculptural and very "Wow!" partially oriented Sikhote has been put away in the vault and on reserve for a customer for years. He said he "definitely" wanted it and then disappeared. His alien abduction is your gain because — as we all know — you simply can't get these A-list beauties anymore. Is it a boomerang? A chrome-plated flying horse, or The Rocketeer's helmet? Ponder at your will.
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190.9 grams
68 mm x 57 mm x 23 mm    $725.00


 

Sikhote-Alin 64.2 grams
IIAB Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia

New Listing Ladies and Gentleman: The official Aerolite Meteorites photographer, who has photographed many thousands of meteorites, gasped at the sight of it. "The best flowlines in ... forever," she said. The most perfect, once-molten oriented bullet in all of time and space. It isn't cheap but it is the best.

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64.2 grams
35 mm x 31 mm x 17 mm
$2,000.00


 

Sikhote-Alin 110.7 grams
IIAB Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia

New Listing Every now and then, in the old days when we could still acquire them, I'd come across a Sikhote so sculptural and zoomorphic that I'd put it away in my "special drawer." Well, it's not in there anymore. Is it dog? A cat? Two cats? Photos cannot begin to do this beauty justice. You will simply love it.
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110.7 grams 66 mm x 42 mm x 35 mm
$440.00


 

Sikhote-Alin 258.1 grams
IIAB Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia

New Listing "Learn the words of eternity. Go beyond your tangled thoughts and find the splendor of paradise," wrote Rumi, and ... well ... here it is. From my personal collection, a sea of regmaglypts, delirious sculptural orientation, and a perfectly-positioned natural hole all conspire to give this Sikhote's "face" an intense and determined countenance. As good as it gets. Don't miss the large pictures >>>
258.1 grams
77 mm x 62 mm x 36 mm
$2,500.00


 

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, so I 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
$600.00


 

Davy (A) 374.3 grams
L4 chondrite  Found 1940, Texas

New Listing The great Oscar Monnig in one of my personal heroes. During the first half of the 20th Century, he built one of the world's top meteorite collections, then donated it to science and education. This large Davy end cut comes with an original Monnig Collection card and is a sizeable reminder of Oscar's grand works in the field. With FREE COPY of the beautiful Oscar Monnig Meteorite Catalog
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374.3 grams
82 mm x 66 mm x 41 mm   $495.00


 

Forestburg (A) 374.3 grams
L4 chondrite  Found 1957, Texas

New Listing I worked with the celebrated curator of the Oscar Monnig meteorite collection for many years, and published the official Monnig Meteorite Catalog. As such, I 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 and original Monnig label.
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165.5 grams
85 mm x 51 mm x 40 mm
$260.00


 

Henbury 21.8 grams
Iron IIIAB First discovered, 1931, Australia

New Listing Here is a blast from the past for you historic collectors. An attractive little Henbury individual, with natural patina and a rare, vintage, original Ward's Natural History label: printed, typed, and handwritten. A charming reminder of the early days of meteorite collecting.

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21.8 grams
45 mm x 23 mm x 9 mm
$120.00


 

Indochinite Tektite 10.2 grams
Impact glass, Indochinite   Found Thailand

New Listing This tektite is highly desirable because of its illustrious pedigree. A Nininger specimen with very low hand-painted number T33 and matching, original, handwritten American Meteorite Laboratory card, in very fine condition (one crease; no tears or yellowing). A very collectible historic piece from the most famous meteorite collector of all time.
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10.2 grams
25 mm x 22 mm x 17 mm
$125.00


 

Bediasite Tektite 16.1 grams
North American tektite

New Listing Bediasites — North American tektites from the Chesapeake Bay impact — are exceedingly rare and these are the first and only examples we have ever offered for sale. This substantial 34 million year-old impact glass with hand-painted Nininger Collection number B24 and matching AML label. A marvelous historic collectible, the like of which we've simply never seen before. Don't miss the large pictures >>>
16.1 grams
31 mm x 22 mm x 19 mm
$250
.00


 

Bediasite Tektite 5.4 grams
North American tektite

New Listing See description above for historic significance. This smaller Bediasite carries Nininger number B37 with matching, original, handwritten American Meteorite Laboratory label in excellent condition (one small crease; no tears or yellowing).

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5.4 grams 20 mm x 19 mm x 13 mm
$125.00


 

Rizalite Tektite 2.0 grams
Philippinite tektite, impact glass

New Listing Diminutive Rizalite, with Nininger number R160 carefully hand-painted on the exterior, it is accompanied by a matching and handwritten American Meteorite Laboratory label in mint condition.


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2.0 grams 13 mm x 12 mm x 11 mm
$125.00


 

Huckitta 45.4 grams
Pallasite (PAL)  Found 1924, N. Territories, Australia

New Listing Rarely-seen Huckitta is an ancient pallasite and its nickel-iron matrix and olivine crystals have weathered to a steely grey. I used an image of this monochromatic stony-iron for the background art of the Oscar Monnig Meteorite Catalog. No pallasite collection is complete without an example of this venerable old bird. Don't miss the large pictures >>>

45.4 grams 46 mm x 45 mm x 11 mm
$195.00


 

Nininger Plainview 868.3 grams "The Bird Head"
H5 chondrite  Found 1917, Texas

New Listing And we saved the best for last. "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. A world-class meteorite and an important and significant historic piece.
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868.3 grams 121 mm x 79 mm x 76 mm
$3,750.00


 

BUY A METEORITE FOR UNDER $200

Multiple fine new specimens have been added to our Meteorites Under $200 page, including Sikhote-Alin individuals, excellent oriented Sikhote-Alin individuals, spectacular Seymchan siderite part slices and Libyan Desert Glass!

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NWA 8687 0.48 grams
'End' cut
Lunar (Troctolite)
Found 2014 Morocco, Northwest Africa



0.48 grams
11 mm x 8 mm x 5 mm
$192.00

 

NWA 8687 0.14 grams
'End' cut
Lunar (Troctolite)
Found 2014 Morocco, Northwest Africa


0.14 grams
7 mm x 6 mm x 3 mm
$65.00

 

NWA 8687 0.23 grams
Part slice
Lunar (Troctolite)
Found 2014 Morocco, Northwest Africa



0.23 grams
11 mm x 7 mm x 2 mm
$92.00

 

NWA 8687 0.34 grams
'End' cut
Lunar (Troctolite)
Found 2014 Morocco, Northwest Africa



0.34 grams
10 mm x 7 mm x 4 mm
$136.00

 

NWA 8277 0.056 grams
Part slice
Lunar
Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa



0.056 grams
11 mm x 7 mm x 1 mm
$50.00

 

NWA 8277 0.06 grams
Part slice
Lunar
Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa



0.06 grams
11 mm x 4 mm x 1 mm
$50.00

 

NWA 8022 0.22 grams
Part slice
Lunar, feldspathic breccia
Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa



0.22 grams
9 mm x 7 mm x 2 mm
$121.00

 

NWA 8022 0.3 grams
Part slice
Lunar, feldspathic breccia
Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa



0.3 grams
14 mm x 10 mm x 2 mm
$150.00

 

NWA 8022 0.32 grams
Part slice
Lunar, feldspathic breccia
Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa



0.32 grams
16 mm x 12 mm x 2 mm
$160.00

 

NWA 8022 0.65 grams
Part slice
Lunar, feldspathic breccia
Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa



0.65 grams
22 mm x 13 mm x 2 mm
$325.00

 

NWA 8022 1.3 grams
Part slice
Lunar, feldspathic breccia
Found 2013 Morocco, Northwest Africa



1.3 grams
27 mm x 16 mm x 2 mm
$650.00

 

NWA 10256 2.3 grams
Carbonaceous Chondrite CR2
Morocco, Northwest Africa
Purchased 2015


New Listing
This dainty full (!) slice contains everything you could want all wrapped up in one small package; large chondrules, CAIs and more!

2.3 grams

29 mm x 21 mm x 2 mm

$46.00

 

NWA 10256 3.2 grams
Carbonaceous Chondrite CR2
Morocco, Northwest Africa
Purchased 2015


New Listing
A lovely dark matrix littered with colorful chondrules and bright white Calcium Aluminum Inclusions.

3.2 grams

30 mm x 23 mm x 2 mm

$64.00

 

NWA 10256 4.7 grams
Carbonaceous Chondrite CR2
Morocco, Northwest Africa
Purchased 2015


New Listing
A truly fantastic full slice of this rare meteorite type, clearly showcasing the formation of our solar system.

4.7 grams

39 mm x 33 mm x 3 mm

$94.00

 

NWA 10256 4.9 grams
Carbonaceous Chondrite CR2
Morocco, Northwest Africa
Purchased 2015


New Listing
A superb oblong sleek full slice. Chock full of multi-colored, well-formed chondrules and a smattering of CAIs.

4.9 grams

45 mm x 24 mm x 2 mm

$98.00

 

NWA 10256 9.0 grams
Carbonaceous Chondrite CR2
Morocco, Northwest Africa
Purchased 2015


New Listing
This large full slice has two very distinct CAIs in a galaxy of chondrules and dark matrix that reminds us of a night sky.


9.0 grams

47 mm x 46 mm x 2 mm

$180.00

DARWIN GLASS 73.5 carats
Impact glass   Tasmania
73.5 carats

New Listing This relatively flat piece has an excellent surface to weight ratio, providing for a large display face.

57 mm x 32 mm x 12 mm
$37.00

DARWIN GLASS 97.5 carats
Impact glass   Tasmania
97.5 carats

New Listing Outstanding individual with large smooth-faced concave depression on one side and rough layered appearance on the opposite side.

37 mm x 37 mm x 24 mm
$50.00

DARWIN GLASS 105.5 carats
Impact glass   Tasmania
105.5 carats

New Listing Large and impressive specimen with one glassy, shiny face, and abundant vesicles on the other.

43 mm x 41 mm x 19 mm
$53.00

DARWIN GLASS 109.0 carats
Impact glass   Tasmania
109.0 carats

New Listing Lovely angular specimen with a light gray-green hue. Though a large, solid specimen it has a delicate appearance. Outstanding!

37 mm x 32 mm x 21 mm
$55.00

DARWIN GLASS 157.0 carats
Impact glass   Tasmania
157.0 carats

New Listing A exceptional large individual with intriguing shape and covered in holes. Stands up naturally as shown. Fantastic!

67 mm x 32 mm x 26 mm
$79.00

DARWIN GLASS 45.0 carats
Impact glass   Tasmania
45.0 carats

New Listing Extremely rare specimen with a small natural hole. Not something you see every day.

32 mm x 22 mm x 22 mm
$45.00


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