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NWA 6135 64.8 grams
Full slice
LL3.8 Found 2008, Algeria, Northwest Africa


New Listing
An amazing river of chondrules flows through this stunning full slice. Hours of entertainment examining these spectacular chondrules under a loupe await you.

64.8 grams
77 mm x 60 mm x 7 mm
$518.00

 

HENBURY INDIVIDUAL 29.1 grams
IIIAB First discovered, 1931, Australia

New Listing
A wonderful, sculptural individual, with gorgeous natural patina. Adorable!


29.1 grams
41 mm x 21 mm x 14 mm
$130.00

 

SIKHOTE-ALIN INDIVIDUAL 82.4 grams
IIAB  Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia

New Listing
A superb, highly sculptural individual, with significant regmaglypts. This piece is oriented, with flow lines and well delineated multiple rollover lips. Spectacular!

82.4 grams

48 mm x 39 mm x 21 mm

$660.00

 

AGOUDAL INDIVIDUAL 50.8 grams
Iron, IIAB First found 2012, Morocco

New Listing
An angular mountain peak with excellent desert patina.

50.8 grams

49 mm x 23 mm x 21 mm

$101.00

 

AGOUDAL INDIVIDUAL 177.0 grams
Iron, IIAB First found 2012, Morocco

New Listing
A block individual with intriguing "cap" and section with caliche coating the lovely patina.

177.0 grams

66 mm x 45 mm x 35 mm

$354.00

 

AGOUDAL INDIVIDUAL 224.7 grams
Iron, IIAB First found 2012, Morocco

New Listing
A surprisingly hefty individual with gorgeous patina and thumbprinting.

224.7 grams

58 mm x 52 mm x 35 mm

$450.00

CANYON DIABLO 765.9 grams
IAB  First discovered 1891 Coconino Co., AZ
765.9 gram complete individual

New Listing Impressive palm-sized solid Canyon Diablo with lovely patina. An exceptional display specimen.
95 mm x 65 mm x 50 mm   
$955.00

HENBURY 91.5 grams
IIIAB First discovered, 1931, Australia
86.9 gram individual

New Listing Beautiful specimen with all curves and flowing lines, fine bronze/orange patina.

47 mm x 34 mm x 25 mm   
$366.00

 

GIBEON INDIVIDUAL 358.6 grams
IVA First discovered, 1836, Namibia

New Listing
A phenomenal specimen with distinct fracturing along the crystal planes, though it is still a solid piece. There is a caliche line present, providing an intriguing banded appearance.


358.6 grams
84 mm x 48 mm x 38 mm
$430.00

 

GIBEON INDIVIDUAL 469.9 grams
IVA First discovered, 1836, Namibia

New Listing
An exquisite individual with lovely patina that fractured very distinctly along the crystal plane revealing glimpses of the crystalline structure.

469.9 grams
98 mm x 59 mm x 35 mm
$564.00

 

GIBEON INDIVIDUAL 563.6 grams
IVA First discovered, 1836, Namibia

New Listing
A phenomenal Gibeon meteorite with a clear fracture along the crystal plane. One side features light thumbprinting and curves, the reverse, a flat face with sharp edges. Dual personality!


563.6 grams
99 mm x 79 mm x 30 mm
$676.00

 

MORASKO SLICE 137.3 grams
Iron, IAB-MG First known 1914, Poland

New Listing
An exquisite full slice with stunning etch revealing a coarse crystal structure, and 3 prominent inclusions artistically dotting the landscape.

137.3 grams
110 mm x 84 mm x 3 mm
$687.00

 

TAZA INDIVIDUAL 471.5 grams

New Listing
Simply, WOW! It doesn't get much better than this; perfect patina, beautiful regmaglypts, and orientation. The leading shield face forms a 'cap' over regmaglypted sides and trailing edge. Stands up naturally as shown. Truly unique and visually stunning!

471.5 grams

89 mm x 71 mm x 37 mm

$1,800.00

 

TAZA INDIVIDUAL 763.0 grams

New Listing
So much fun in this one individual. Delicate regmaglypts coat all sides, but for one portion where the specimen clearly fractured along a crystal plane. Add to that a lovely patina with just the slightest glimpses of metal and you have quite the collector's piece.

763.0 grams

102 mm x 76 mm x 48 mm

$2,850.00

 

TAZA INDIVIDUAL 923.7 grams

New Listing
A significant, hefty, potato -sized, Taza that is all swooping faces and gentle curves with just one small, contained area of delicate yet, unusually long flow lines.

923.7 grams

101 mm x 70 mm x 53 mm

$2,800.00

 

BONDOC
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
$1,035
.00

 

CANYON DIABLO
With Nininger number and Nininger/Canyon Diablo coin!

New Listing Excellent Nininger collection Canyon Diablo. Distinct thumbprints, classic deep patina and Nininger number, 34-4767; all you could ask for in a CD. This specimen will come with a Canyon Diablo/Nininger coin. There is a fragment of a Canyon Diablo meteorite embedded on one side of the coin and a portrait of HH Nininger on the reverse.
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495.1 grams  77 mm x 58 mm x 47 mm
$950.00

 

TOLUCA
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
$1,200.00

 

SIKHOTE-ALIN INDIVIDUAL 212.8 grams
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
$2,000

 

DAR EL KAHAL
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  
284
mm x 276 mm x 158 mm
$16,000

NWA 8370 13.8 grams
Iron, IIIAB Found 2012, Morocco
13.8 gram etched part slice

New Listing The shark's fin part slice with suburb etch and strong Widmanstatten pattern.

25 mm x 22 mm x 5 mm   
$83.00

NWA 8370 20.4 grams
Iron, IIIAB Found 2012, Morocco
20.4 gram etched full slice

New Listing This adorable full slice has a great shape and lovely etch pattern.

43 mm x 25 mm x 5 mm   
$122.00

NWA 8370 55.2 grams
Iron, IIIAB Found 2012, Morocco
55.2 gram etched part slice

New Listing Excellent part slice with amazing and hypnotic flash from the various crystal bands when the specimen is viewed from different angles.
58 mm x 28 mm x 5 mm   
$331.00

NWA 8370 117.2 grams
Iron, IIIAB Found 2012, Morocco
117.2 gram etched part slice

New Listing A hefty part slice with the most beautiful etch pattern. We are really enjoying this new iron.

78 mm x 65 mm x 5 mm   
$702.00

NWA 8370 145.5 grams
Iron, IIIAB Found 2012, Morocco
145.5 gram etched part slice

New Listing Such an intriguing shape for this gorgeous part slice. You can get lost in the ever-changing flash of the Widmanstatten pattern.

113 mm x 56 mm x 5 mm   
$873.00

NWA 8370 163.8 grams
Iron, IIIAB Found 2012, Morocco
163.8 gram etched full slice

New Listing A appealing geometric slice that reminds us of a puffer fish in profile. Note the particularly complex Widmanstatten pattern.

124 mm x 88 mm x 3 mm   
$983.00

NWA 8370 343.0 grams
Iron, IIIAB Found 2012, Morocco
343.0 gram etched full slice

New Listing This excellent complete slice displays a Widmanstatten pattern so luminous and reflective it appears to almost sparkle in 3 dimensions. Outstanding in every way!
164 mm x 115 mm x 4 mm   
$1,715.00


 

BUY A METEORITE FOR UNDER $200

UPDATED 4.7.15 Multiple fine new specimens have been added to our "Meteorites Under $200" page, including AAA-grade Sikhote-Alin individuals, excellent oriented Sikhote-Alin individuals, spectacular Seymchan siderite part slices, historic Covert part slices and whole, tiny Camel Donga individuals!

We are committed to bringing affordable meteorites to our customers.

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URUACU
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  
605
mm x 418 mm x 230 mm
$65,000


 

SEYMCHAN
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
214
mm x 182 mm x 116 mm
$10,500


 

SEYMCHAN
Large siderite individual

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
260
mm x 155 mm x 115 mm
$8,000


 

URUACU
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
359
mm x 304 mm x 225 mm
$13,000


 

URUACU
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
378
mm x 222 mm x 172 mm
$17,500


 

BONDOC
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
$1,260

NWA 6135 LL3.8 10.0 grams
Ordinary chondrite, Found 2008 Algeria, NWA
10.0 gram full slice

New Listing Pretty full slice, that sits perfectly on our small display stand and packed full of lovely chondrules.

39 mm x 38 mm x 4 mm   
$80.00

NWA 6135 LL3.8 15.7 grams
Ordinary chondrite, Found 2008 Algeria, NWA
15.7 gram full slice

New Listing Abundant multi-colored chondrules decorate this full slice, including a couple of extremely large ones. An amazing look into the formation of our solar system.
55 mm x 38 mm x 4 mm   
$126.00

NWA 6135 LL3.8 34.5 grams
Ordinary chondrite, Found 2008 Algeria, NWA
34.5 gram full slice

New Listing Excellent full slice with particularly colorful chondrules (and some very large examples), including a blue one! Not something you see every day.
70 mm x 40 mm x 6 mm   
$276.00

NWA 6135 LL3.8 64.4 grams
Ordinary chondrite, Found 2008 Algeria, NWA
64.4 gram full slice

New Listing Glorious full slice with an ocean of chondrules and a surprisingly rick speckling of nickel-iron flecks. How the world began.

83 mm x 68 mm x 6 mm   
$515.00

BROWNFIELD 37.0 grams
H53.7 Found Terry County, Texas 1937
37.0 gram slice

New Listing This very seldom-seen Texas chondrite shows abundant tiny chondrules in a dark matrix. One face is highly polished and one lightly, to show off the chondrules. Rare!
68 mm x 47 mm x 7 mm
$370.00

NWA 7045 25.7 grams
Pallasite, Northwest Africa
22.8 gram polished end cut

New Listing Elongated half stone with highly polished face, showing a lattice of metal. Abundant small gold, green, yellow and brown crystals are clearly visible through a loupe.
42 mm x 30 mm x 17 mm  
$182.00

NWA 7045 35.5 grams
Pallasite, Northwest Africa
35.5 gram polished end cut

New Listing Very nice half stone with polished face and a silver and black matrix. Plenty of good olivine crystals are clearly visible under modest magnification.
47 mm x 37 mm x 18 mm  
$284.00

NWA 7045 52.4 grams
Pallasite, Northwest Africa
52.4 gram polished end cut

New Listing Attractive, sizeable half stone with a coarse, mottled exterior. The polished face displays several large olivine crystals, weathered into unusual hues. Very nice.
55 mm x 50 mm x 19 mm  
$370.00

 

CHELYABINSK SET WITH BROKEN GLASS
From the world's most famous fireball

New Listing Our new Chelyabinsk collectible contains three fusion-crusted Chelyabinsk stone meteorites (average 2 to 3 grams total) and a genuine piece of city building glass shattered by the shockwave. The coolest meteorite collectible ever! Picture shows front and back of box and you also receive a color Chelyabinsk fireball photo.

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$100.00

PIERCEVILLE Important specimens collected by H.H. Nininger in 1952
Iron Meteorite (IIIAB)
In 1953, Dr. Nininger reported the following: "In September, 1952, Mr. Orf visited the American Meteorite Museum on U.S.66 west of Winslow, Arizona, on his return from a visit to Kansas. He brought with him several pieces of 'iron ore' which he wished to have tested for possible meteoritic characteristics. Casual inspection indicated that the specimens were from an oxidized metallic meteorite."

After subsequent research, Harvey and Addie Nininger visited the find site and located a buried mass, using a mine detector. "We were," he writes, "given permission to excavate and proceeded to uncover a broken mass of oxide which together with the scattered fragments weighed 230 lb."

When he retired, Dr. Nininger sold part of his collection to the Center for Meteorite Studies at ASU, Tempe. We acquired these historic pieces from ASU in an institutional trade and are thrilled to be able to offer these actual Nininger finds! Each specimen is accompanied by an original CMS/ASU identification card.

PIERCEVILLE 47.4 grams
IIAB Found 1917, Pierceville, Kansas, USA
47.4 gram half iron

New Listing End cut with natural patina and lattice-like structure on its polished face. Accompanied by original ASU / CMS specimen card.
44 mm x 31 mm x 22 mm  
$190.00

PIERCEVILLE 81.2 grams
IIAB Found 1917, Pierceville, Kansas, USA
81.2 gram half iron

New Listing Large end cut with intriguing polished face reminiscent of the Huckitta pallasite. Accompanied by original ASU / CMS specimen card.
65 mm x 47 mm x 14 mm  
$325.00

PIERCEVILLE 190.2 grams
IIAB Found 1917, Pierceville, Kansas, USA
190.2 gram half iron

New Listing Impressive and hefty end cut with intriguing polished face reminiscent of the Huckitta pallasite. Accompanied by original ASU / CMS specimen card.
70 mm x 53 mm x 21 mm  
$570.00


SIKHOTE-ALIN 107.2 grams
IIAB  Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia
107.2 gram regmaglypted individual

New Listing Extremely fine complete individual with a multitude of well-formed regmaglypts covering every face. Perfect, with no pitting and an excellent shape.
49 mm x 42 mm x 41 mm   
$429.00

SEYMCHAN 145.3 grams
IIE Found 1967, Magadan, Russia
145.3 gram full slice

New Listing Elegant, full slice, etched and polished on both faces with rich, multi-colored crystals and slight translucency.

140 mm x 85 mm x 3 mm  
$1,300.00

SEYMCHAN 207.6 grams
IIE Found 1967, Magadan, Russia
207.6 gram full slice

New Listing Nice large sliced with a colorful and exotic olivine crystal cluster at one edge. A fabulous display piece, rich in color and with a vibrant etch.
137 mm x 87 mm x 4 mm  
$1,850.00

ALLENDE 71.4 grams
CV3.2 Fell Chihuahua, Mexico Feb. 8, 1969
71.4 gram fusion crusted stone

New Listing Fusion crust on Allendes is fragile and this good complete stone shows an unusually high percentage of crust (70 – 80%). Our last sizeable example of this very important meteorite.
44 mm x 38 mm x 38 mm
$1,785.00

Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)

DALGETY DOWNS 27.3 grams
Ordinary Chondrite L4, Western Australia
27.3 gram fragment

New Listing Dalgety Downs is an excellent reference sample for meteorite hunters, as it's not immediately recognizable as a space rock. These moderately weathered stones have an unusually bright desert patina.
41 mm x 27 mm x 22 mm   $135

Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)

DALGETY DOWNS 52.2 grams
Ordinary Chondrite L4, Western Australia
52.2 gram fragment

New Listing Sizeable fragment of this hard-to-find Australian L4. Our meteorite-hunting friends from Downunder said don't expect any more of this meteorite to be found. Get 'em while you can.
57 mm x 35 mm x 20 mm
$240.00

Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)

DAR EL KAHAL "The Stone Skull"
Ordinary Chondrite H 5-6, Gao, Mali
493.5 gram individual

New Listing This skull-shaped, fusion-crusted complete individual displays a marvelous assortment of regmaglypts of differing sizes and stands up splendidly (as shown, far left).
93 mm x 78 mm x 52 mm
$590.00

MILLBILLILLIE 20.1 grams
Eucrite  Fell October 1960, Nr. Wiluna, Australia
20.1 gram complete fusion crusted individual

New Listing Excellent wedge-shaped individual with good color, fusion crust and abundant, distinct flow lines.

36 mm x 23 mm x 17 mm
$600.00

MILLBILLILLIE 26.6 grams
Eucrite  Fell October 1960, Nr. Wiluna, Australia
26.6 gram complete fusion crusted individual

New Listing Outstanding 100% fusion crusted individual with rollover lip and flow lines. Black, glossy fusion crust liberally coated with the classic red staining from the Australian soil.
43 mm x 32 mm x 26 mm
$795.00

MILLBILLILLIE 40.4 grams
Eucrite  Fell October 1960, Nr. Wiluna, Australia
40.4 gram complete fusion crusted individual

New Listing Superb specimen, not much smaller than a golf ball with clear orientation, a marvelous mottled surface, teeny regmaglypts and a wealth of flow lines. We give it ten out of ten.
41 mm x 34 mm x 25 mm
$1,212.00

NWA 7998 L5 45.9 grams
Ordinary chondrite, Found 2013 Temara, Morocco 45.9 gram whole stone

New Listing Attractive complete stone with about 90% fusion crust and good, small regmaglypts. It is extremely unusual to see thumbprinting on a modest-sized stone such as this.
42 mm x 35 mm x 26 mm   
$92.00

 

SIKHOTE-ALIN 23.05 kilograms – The Hedgehog
A spectacular hybrid!
New Listing
We have no idea how such a massive, heavy meteorite can remind us of a hedgehog, but there you have it. A most amazing specimen, this significant piece is a hybrid; a shrapnel individual with a segment of the exterior. The outside rind segment displays very distinct regmaglypts. The shrapnel portion clearly shows lamella structure. Love to see those large metal crystals. Outstanding!
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23.05 kilograms
240 mm x 200 mm x 195 mm
$15,000.00

CAMPO DEL CIELO "The Whale"
IAB  First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
269.0 gram full slice

New listing A fabulous and unusual full Campo slice, with excellent etch pattern and multiple intriguing inclusions. This extraordinary and showy slice reminds us of a smiling whale [far left photo]
191 mm x 117 mm x 5 mm   
$750.00

SEYMCHAN 256.5 grams
IIE Found 1967, Magadan, Russia
256.5 gram etched slice

New Listing A spectacular full slice. The crystalline structure has an intriguing 'bend' providing a wave like appearance towards the rounded 'top' of the slice. Phenomenal!
187 mm x 94 mm x 3 mm  
$770.00

SEYMCHAN 75.1 grams
IIE Found 1967, Magadan, Russia
75.1 gram etched slice

New Listing An intricate weave of unusual Chromitevinclusions and Widmanstatten pattern. A truly celestial piece of art. Please note: there is a small saw mark along the bottom of the slice, see photos.
74 mm x 64 mm x 4 mm   $451.00

SEYMCHAN 148.2 grams
IIE Found 1967, Magadan, Russia
148.2 gram etched slice

New Listing A long angular, pallasite slice with clusters of olivine crystals encased in a sea of nickel iron.

188 mm x 63 mm x 3 mm  
$889.00

SEYMCHAN 225.7 grams
IIE Found 1967, Magadan, Russia
225.7 gram etched slice

New Listing A wonderful elongated full slice with distinct Widmanstatten pattern and a loose banding of dark olivine crystal clusters.

217 mm x 66 mm x 4 mm  
$1,130.00

SEYMCHAN 87.6 grams
IIE Found 1967, Magadan, Russia
87.6 gram etched end cut

New Listing Beautiful end cut with outstanding etch. Has the remains of just a few olivine crystals along the edges. A few streaks that catch the light just so, to give it a flashy appearance that captivates the eye.
79 mm x 47 mm x 9 mm   $306.00

LABENNE SAHARA 99622 306.3 grams
Unclassified chondrite,  Found Sahara Desert
306.3 grams  Labenne find with field number

New Listing A dark brown interior with light brown chondrules and plentiful metal flecks are revealed in the polished window of this impressive disc-shaped whole stone. Has original hand painted field number 99622.
70 mm x 69 mm x 36 mm    $306.00

LABENNE SAHARA 99808 388.5 grams
Unclassified chondrite,  Found Sahara Desert
388.5 grams  Labenne find with field number

New Listing A classic desert stone meteorite with baked appearance, traces of caliche, and intriguing textural differences from being partway buried and small polished window. Original hand painted field number 99808.
86 mm x 70 mm x 38 mm $389.00

LABENNE SAHARA 99620 630.3 grams
Unclassified chondrite,  Found Sahara Desert
630.3 grams  Labenne find with field number

New Listing A hefty palm-sized individual with speckled yellow chondrules and abundant iron flecks revealed in the polished window. Original hand painted field number 99620.
91 mm x 80 mm x 58 mm
$630.00

LABENNE SAHARA 99955 729.6 grams
Unclassified chondrite,  Found Sahara Desert
729.6 grams  Labenne find with field number

New Listing Excellent angular complete stone with a long polished window displaying remarkably abundant nickel-iron flakes and original hand painted field number 99955.
124 mm x 86 mm x 56 mm   
$730.00

SIKHOTE-ALIN 103.0 grams
IIAB  Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia
103.0 gram oriented individual

New Listing An intriguing shaped nugget with sweeping, gentle flowing edges, deep crevasse and one side with glorious regmaglypts. This piece also features rollover lips on multiple edges and flow lines running down a few of the ridges.
44 mm x 35 mm x 26 mm $824.00

SIKHOTE-ALIN 61.0 grams
IIAB  Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia
61.0 gram oriented individual

New Listing Simply Wow! "H"-shaped individual with rollover lips on both faces that extend most of the circumference and flow lines crisscrossing across both main faces and around the edges. Also sporting visible lamella structure.
52 mm x 29 mm x 13 mm $488.00

Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)

CHELYABINSK 18.0 grams
Chondrite LL5
Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia
18.0 gram fusion-crusted stone

New Listing Phenomenal oriented individual with the most intriguing melt feature. It looks suspiciously like a metal bleb was melting out and incorporated in the normal black fusion crust.
30 mm x 30 mm x 19 mm   $540.00

Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)

CHELYABINSK 133.5 grams
Chondrite LL5
Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia
133.5 gram fusion-crusted stone

New Listing Classic, impressive large 100% fusion crusted individual with some sides featuring the brown colored fusion crust and just a smattering of dainty regmaglypts.
62 mm x 41 mm x 30 mm   $4,005.00

SEYMCHAN 49.5 grams
IIE Found 1967, Magadan, Russia
49.5 gram etched part slice

New Listing An excellent quarter slice with some exterior edging and spectacular etch.

71 mm x 43 mm x 4 mm  
$150.00

SEYMCHAN 54.7 grams
IIE Found 1967, Magadan, Russia
54.7 gram etched part slice

New Listing A lovely rectangular slice with a diagonally running etch pattern and one teensy, tiny olivine crystal.

51 mm x 40 mm x 5 mm  
$164.00

SEYMCHAN 36.0 grams
IIE Found 1967, Magadan, Russia
36.0 gram etched part slice

New Listing A lovely part slice with a good balance between iron and olivine material. Etched on one side and polished to a mirror shine on the reverse.
60 mm x 47 mm x 3 mm  
$432.00

SEYMCHAN 37.6 grams
IIE Found 1967, Magadan, Russia
37.6 gram etched part slice

New Listing An excellent slice with a solid strip of clustered olivine crystals along the exterior edge and filled with crystals across the rest of the specimen. Outstanding!
64 mm x 50 mm x 4 mm  
$451.00

SEYMCHAN 37.8 grams
IIE Found 1967, Magadan, Russia
37.8 gram etched part slice

New Listing Stunning translucent green, yellow and orange olivine crystals dot the metal matrix on this wonderful part slice. Etched on one face and polished on the reverse. A perfect mixture!
60 mm x 51 mm x 3 mm  
$454.00

SEYMCHAN 26.4 grams
IIE Found 1967, Magadan, Russia
26.4 gram etched part slice

New Listing A spectacular etched part slice with olivine crystals lining the exterior rough edge and excellent translucency from the center crystal.

50 mm x 28 mm x 3 mm  
$316.00

CAMPO DEL CIELO 615.8 grams
IAB  First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
615.8 gram individual

New Listing A wonderful droplet-shaped individual with a smattering of regmaglypts.

83 mm x 70 mm x 44 mm   
$400.00 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 843.2 grams
IAB  First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
615.8 gram individual

New Listing A solid, small palm-sized individual with intriguing shape. This specimen principally features relative smooth sides with limited regmaglypting.
83 mm x 74 mm x 62 mm   
$475.00 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 2,484 grams
IAB  First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
2,484 gram individual

New Listing An absolutely fantastic individual with premium shape. "Wings" flare out from a solid "body". An exemplary example of an iron meteorite.
134 mm x 125 mm x 70 mm   
$1,366.00 

CAMPO DEL CIELO 2,863 grams
IAB  First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
2,863 gram individual

New Listing This significant individual, loaded with small regmaglypts, has a classic Campo del Cielo shape. A great conversation starter in the office. Much better than a bowl of M&Ms, it's calorie free.
139 mm x 113 mm x 68 mm   
$1,432.00 

WILUNA 18.9 grams
H5 chondrite  Fell September 2, 1967 Western Australia
18.9 grams  Fusion crusted individual

New listing An excellent whole individual with approximately 98% fusion crust. The small chip in the crust along the apex gives a refreshing peek at the interior.
31 mm x 26 mm x 14 mm   $227.00

CHERGACH 155.3 grams
Republic of Mali, Africa. Fell summer of 2007
155.3 grams  Complete crusted stone

New Listing Fresh matte black fusion crust covers 100% of this angular stone. An excellent example flight history; the front face has primary fusion crust while the reverse face is secondary. A spectacular stone meteorite.
76 mm x 52 mm x 27 mm $621.00

MILLBILLILLIE 26.6 grams
Eucrite  Fell October 1960, Nr. Wiluna, Australia
26.6 gram complete fusion crusted individual

New Listing Outstanding 100% fusion crusted individual with rollover lip and flow lines. Black, glossy fusion crust liberally coated with the classic red staining from the Australian soil.
43 mm x 32 mm x 26 mm
$665.00

CAMPO DEL CIELO 7,685 grams
IAB  First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
7,685 gram individual

New Listing Incredible! The largest oriented Campo to come through the Aerolite offices. Shield shape on the front face and wonderfully contradictory flat trailing edge that is covered in regmaglypts. Puzzling.
223 mm x 170 mm x 87 mm    $3,000.00

SIKHOTE-ALIN 83.5 grams
IIAB  Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia
83.5 gram oriented individual

New Listing An oriented individual with very shallow regmaglypts, multiple rollover lips, and light flow lines. This piece features a sharp, relatively shallow slash cutting across the piece. Rather intriguing.
58 mm x 39 mm x 16 mm $668.00

SIKHOTE-ALIN 96.9 grams
IIAB  Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia
83.5 gram oriented individual

New Listing This spectacular orientated individual has a veritable waterfall of flow lines cascading across multiple faces. Add to that, an excellent shape, light rollover lip, and outstanding patina, and the result is a meteorite for the ages.
53 mm x 38 mm x 28 mm $775.00

SIKHOTE-ALIN 162.1 grams
IIAB  Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia
162.1 gram oriented individual

New Listing Excellent regmaglypted and oriented individual with distinct dual rollover lip layering, flow lines and just a hint of original patina. Spectacular.
54 mm x 48 mm x 33 mm
$1,296.00

SIKHOTE-ALIN 180.8 grams
IIAB  Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia
180.8 gram oriented individual

New Listing An elongated oriented individual with large, shallow regmaglypts, rollover lip and prominent display of a lamella band. There is just the slightest trace of flow lines.
82 mm x 41 mm x 17 mm
$1,265.00

SIKHOTE-ALIN 142.3 grams
IIAB  Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia
142.3 gram individual with natural hole

New Listing This phenomenal individual with natural hole is wonderful solid specimen. This piece is oriented, has sections of distinct rollover lip and sweeping flow lines. We are quickly running out of SAs with natural holes, get yours now.
63 mm x 46 mm x 28 mm $1,425.00

SIKHOTE-ALIN 247.3 grams
IIAB  Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia
247.3 gram individual

New Listing Though not truly oriented, it looks as as though this regmaglypted, with visible lamella structure, individual was starting to orientate in flight. There are rollover lips, flow lines and even the very beginnings of a nose cone.
71 mm x 48 mm x 28 mm $1,115.00

SIKHOTE-ALIN 165.8 grams
IIAB  Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia
165.8 gram individual

New Listing This elongated specimen is quite texturally interesting due to a myriad of different sized regmaglypts and the slightest glimpse of lamella structure.
67 mm x 42 mm x 26 mm
$830.00

GIBEON 467.7 grams
IVA First discovered, 1836, Namibia
467.7 gram individual

New Listing This superb piece has shattered along the crystal plane, clearly illustrating the crystalline structure of this classic iron. A fascinating and unique specimen.
99 mm x 82 mm x 23 mm   
$550.00

GEBEL KAMIL 211.9 grams
UNGR 2009 Al Wadi al Jadid, Egypt
211.9 gram shrapnel fragment

New Listing Spear-tip shaped individual with excellent patina, ridges and convex reverse face. A stunning example of this crater forming iron.

90 mm x 42 mm x 26 mm   
$318.00

MUNDRABILLA 66.5 gr "The Shark Tooth"
Iron, IAB First known 1911, W. Australia
66.5 gram individual

New Listing An individual with a very striking resemblance to a shark's tooth and displaying a classic Mundrabilla dark ocher patina.

44 mm x 42 mm x 16 mm   
$133.00

HENBURY 63.5 grams
IIIAB First discovered, 1931, Australia
63.5 gram individual

New Listing Delicate rounded and flowing faces gently curve into one jutting point and small blunted, rough, and torn segments displaying the forces involved in meteorite impacts. Surprising.
40 mm x 33 mm x 26 mm   
$254.00

SIKHOTE-ALIN 366.7 grams
IIAB  Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia
366.7 gram regmaglypted individual

New Listing A blunted rectangular individual that hints at the general crystal shape. This specimen displays an intriguing mix of regmaglypts, from small and distinct to large and shallow.
84 mm x 49 mm x 37 mm  
$1,466.00

SIKHOTE-ALIN 149.5 grams
IIAB  Fell Feb. 12, 1947, Russia
149.5 gram individual

New Listing A striking individual with excellent shape, distinct and well-defined regmaglypts and flow lines. The deep groove along one edge looks like a mouth and gives the piece a mischievous
gremlin appearance.
54 mm x 53 mm x 34 mm $748.00

CAMPO DEL CIELO 1,431 grams
IAB  First discovered 1576, Formosa, Argentina
1,431 gram individual

New Listing A solid, surprisingly heavy specimen. This individual has a classic Campo round shape and features nice and distinct regmaglypts. Sits well in the palm of your hand.
100 mm x 74 mm x 65 mm   
$775.00 


 

SIKHOTE-ALIN IRON METEORITE
WITH SILVER CUSTOM WIRE WRAP

New Listing An intriguing pendant with a clearly futuristic appearance. Certainly something Aunty Entity would gladly sport. "Welcome to another edition of Thunderdome!".

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$275.00

Catalogue number sa-25-1 (pendant is 38 mm)


 

SIKHOTE-ALIN IRON METEORITE
WITH SILVER CUSTOM WIRE WRAP

New Listing Intricately woven sterling silver encapsulates a splendid piece of the Sikhote-Alin iron meteorite. Two delicate swirls on the bottom add a simple element of beauty.

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$275.00

Catalogue number sa-25-1 (pendant is 38 mm)


 

SIKHOTE-ALIN IRON METEORITE
WITH GOLD CUSTOM WIRE WRAP

New Listing. A narrow, elongated Sikhote-Alin shrapnel piece, elegantly wrapped in gold wire. A perfect jewelry piece for a night out on the town.

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$350.00
Catalogue number sa-18-7 (pendant is 56 mm)


 

SIKHOTE-ALIN INDIVIDUAL 820.4 grams
An oldie and a goodie!
New Listing This spectacular individual looks to be an early collection piece; there are still traces of blue-gray fusion crust remaining and just a slight hint of patina, something rarely seen on a Sikhote-Alin today. This specimen has a fantastic sculptural shape, lamella structure clearly visible where it broke in flight, well defined regmaglypts and, to top it all off, flow lines. Heavy, distinct, gorgeous flow lines.
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820.4 grams
90 mm x 78 mm x 75 mm
$3,600.00

GAO-GUENIE 12.8 grams
H5 Fell Burkina Faso, March 5, 1960
19.4 gram oriented individual

New Listing An unusual stone with intriguing flight history. It looks as though this one broke up in flight, then oriented as there is a rollover lip covering a secondary fusion crust, as well as some fantastic flow lines. We are in love with this one!
29 mm x 24 mm x 14 mm    $128.00

GAO-GUENIE 32.2 grams
H5 Fell Burkina Faso, March 5, 1960
32.2 gram oriented individual

New Listing A stunning elongated 100% fusion crusted individual with a web of flow lines radiating from the leading edge and traces of a rollover lip. Fabulous.
39 mm x 34 mm x 17 mm   
$258.00

GAO-GUENIE 34.1 grams
H5 Fell Burkina Faso, March 5, 1960
34.1 gram oriented individual

New Listing Everything normally seen in an iron meteorite in a stone! Oriented shield, distinct flow lines, a rollover lip, and modified trailing edge. Oh, did I mention 99% fusion crust? Fantastic!
39 mm x 34 mm x 17 mm   
$273.00

GAO-GUENIE 46.8 grams
H5 Fell Burkina Faso, March 5, 1960
46.8 gram individual

New Listing A half stone showcases traces of originally being oriented, before breaking and exposing a rough interior coated with just a hint of secondary fusion crust. This piece is rounded out with flow lines and a trace of a rollover lip.
44 mm x 44 mm x 24 mm    $198.00

GAO-GUENIE 56.7 grams
H5 Fell Burkina Faso, March 5, 1960
56.7 gram individual

New Listing 99% fusion crust on this outstanding, classic example of a stone meteorite. Gently rounded edges come to a blunted point.

47 mm x 35 mm x 23 mm   
$198.00

GAO-GUENIE 148.4 grams
H5 Fell Burkina Faso, March 5, 1960
148.4 gram individual

New Listing A racquetball sized complete individual with 97% fusion crust that has a light brown patina. An excellent whole stone.

56 mm x 42 mm x 42 mm   
$445.00

GAO-GUENIE 200.7 grams
H5 Fell Burkina Faso, March 5, 1960
200.7 gram individual

New Listing A wonderful full stone with close to complete fusion crust and a superb patina with a golden hue highlighting the darker colored sections.
64 mm x 55 mm x 51 mm   
$602.00

NWA 7831 6.4 grams
Achondrite, Diogenite, Found 2013 Morocco
6.4 grams  Full slice

New listing A blocky full slice with excellent translucency and great color.


52 mm x 46 mm x 2 mm  
$355.00

NWA 7831 6.6 grams
Achondrite, Diogenite, Found 2013 Morocco
6.6 grams  Full slice

New listing A lovely, miniature mountain shaped full slice, cut wafer thin for exquisite translucency. Spectacular!

63 mm x 42 mm x 1 mm  
$396.00

NWA 7831 13.8 grams
Achondrite, Diogenite, Found 2013 Morocco
13.8 grams  Full slice

New listing A stunning large full slice of this unusual meteorite, which happens to be one of our new favorites. Translucent diogenite? Yes, please!
77 mm x 43 mm x 2 mm  
$828.00


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