STONE METEORITES FOR SALE

Sales from this catalogue help fund future meteorite hunting expeditions which, in turn, generate new research and published works. Every specimen comes with an Aerolite.org identification card. All items in this catalogue are 100% guaranteed to be as described: authentic meteorites from outer space. Featured: Bassikounou, Buzzard Coulee, Camel Donga, Cleo Springs, Franconia, Gao-Guenie, Gold Basin, Labenne Sahara stones, Millbillillie, Moon and Mars rocks, Northwest Africa (NWA) 869, Renfrow, Wiluna, unclassified stone meteorites, and many others.

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ALLENDE
CV3.2 Witnessed fall, Chihuahua, Mexico. February 8, 1969
Allende is one of the most fascinating and sought-after meteorites known to science. It is a very rare witnessed fall carbonaceous chondrite, is rich in carbon, exhibits unusual gray fusion crust, and also contains microscopic diamonds! Chondrules and calcium-rich inclusions (CAIs) in the Allende meteorite are 4.6 billion years old, making them the oldest known matter in existence on earth—predating the formation of our own planet and even our solar system. Due to the bold recovery work of the late Dr. Elbert King of NASA's Lunar Receiving Lab, Allende is often described as "the best studied meteorite in history." A must-have for any collector.

ALLENDE 5.7 grams
CV3.2 Fell Chihuahua, Mexico Feb. 8, 1969
5.7 gram fusion crusted stone

This whole stone with about 50% good fusion crust and slight orientation is an affordable example of this extremely important meteorite.
21 mm x 15 mm x 13 mm
$170.00

ALLENDE 41.6 grams
CV3.2 Fell Chihuahua, Mexico Feb. 8, 1969
41.6 gram fusion crusted stone

Substantial complete stone, with moderate weathering on one face and some surprisingly black fusion crust on the other. Nice example of this famous witnessed fall.
39 mm x 33 mm x 26 mm
$1,040.00


BUZZARD COULEE
H4 witnessed fall, November 28, 2008
Buzzard Coulee was one of the most spectacular witnessed falls of modern times. Aerolite owner, Geoff Notkin, made two successful expeditions to the strewnfield, one of which was filmed for the popular "Buzzard Coulee/Whitecourt" episode of Meteorite Men. These excellent specimens were found by Geoff's Canadian hunting partners and all specimens have legal export papers from Canada. Quickly snapped up by collectors, these are almost our last examples of this must-have witnessed fall. All specimens show excellent fusion crust.

BUZZARD COULEE 20.0 grams
H4 Fell November 20, 2008
20.0 gram fusion-crusted individual

Beautiful stone showing very clear orientation and a convex trailing edge. Super rich black fusion crust. Excellent!

37 mm x 25 mm x 13 mm  
$600.00

BUZZARD COULEE 27.3 grams
H4 Fell November 20, 2008
27.3 gram fusion-crusted individual

Impressive stone with primary and secondary fusion crust, thumbprinting and numerous interesting surface features. The best example in our inventory.
35 mm x 26 mm x 22 mm  
$815.00


CAMEL DONGA
Eucrite, achondrite
Camel Donga is a very rare eucrite, found in a remote strewnfield in Western Australia. Most recovered stones are quite small, and the fragile nature of eucrites means many recovered stones were broken on impact. Note the extremely shiny black fusion crust, reminiscent of freshly applied enamel paint. Camel Donga is one of the very few meteorites that will not stick to a magnet, as eucrites contain little or no metal. Recent research in meteoritics and astronomy has most experts convinced that Camel Donga meteorites originated on the asteroid Vesta.

CAMEL DONGA 4.7 grams
Eucrite, Western Australia. Found 1984
4 .7 gram fusion-crusted individual

98% glossy fusion crust, faint flow lines, good orientation and a dimpled trailing edge mean this petite eucrite pretty much has it all.

21 mm x 17 mm x 11 mm  
$188.00

CAMEL DONGA 5.7 grams
Eucrite, Western Australia. Found 1984
5.7 gram fusion-crusted individual

Good complete stone with one chip, but also clear orientation, really nice flow lines, a rollover lip and convex trailing edge. A meteoritics classroom wrapped up neatly in a lovely small package.
19 mm x 17 mm x 14 mm   $228.00

CAMEL DONGA 6.4 grams
Eucrite, Western Australia. Found 1984
6.4 gram fusion-crusted individual

Beautiful highly oriented stone with a marvelously well defined rollover lip and 100% perfect glossy fusion crust, with no chips or dings. Outstanding.
23 mm x 18 mm x 13 mm  
$256.00

CAMEL DONGA 6.8 grams
Eucrite, Western Australia. Found 1984
6.8 gram fusion-crusted individual

Exquisite stone with multiple flowing rollover lips, flow lines, excellent shape and 100% rich, enamel-like fusion crust. Perfect in every way!
30 mm x 19 mm x 16 mm  
$272.00


CHELYABINSK
LL5 Witnessed fall, Chelyabinsk, Russia, February 15, 2013
Every meteorite enthusiast will forever remember the astonishing news of the truly massive fireball and explosions over the Russian city of Chelyabinsk in February of 2013. It was easily the largest meteoritic event since the Sikhote-Alin fall of 1947. We cherry picked these fantastic examples from the very best finds made by our Russian colleagues. Many of these pieces show impact melt features and a dark gray to nearly black interior. A remarkable piece of meteorite history that will be studied and examined for decades to come!
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)

CHELYABINSK 4.2 grams
Chondrite LL5
Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia
4.2 gram fusion-crusted stone

New Listing This intriguing stone is one of the impact melt varieties and has a very cool rough, gnarled surface, but still beautifully fusion-crusted (about 98%).
18 mm x 15 mm x 12 mm   $168.00

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

CHELYABINSK 5.9 grams
Chondrite LL5
Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia
5.9 gram fusion-crusted stone

New Listing Excellent complete stone with 99.9% fusion crust (one minute chip) and several shallow regmaglypts.
20 mm x 16 mm x 13 mm  
$236.00

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

CHELYABINSK 13.2 grams
Chondrite LL5
Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia
13.2 gram fusion-crusted stone

Black, shiny fusion crust that almost looks like a charcoal briquette. Picked up shortly after the fall. Nice!
29 mm x 25 mm x 16 mm  
$396.00

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

CHELYABINSK 13.6 grams
Chondrite LL5
Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia
13.6 gram fusion-crusted stone

New Listing Very fine stone with moderate orientation and a nice, domed leading edge. 90% good black fusion crust and a thumbprinted trailing edge.
29 mm x 21 mm x 17 mm   $408.00

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

CHELYABINSK 16.0 grams
Chondrite LL5
Chelyabinskaya oblast', Russia
16.0 gram fusion-crusted stone

This superb stone has 100% perfect fusion crust, with no chips or dings and an excellent elongated shape. A++++++
34 mm x 22 mm x 18 mm  
$480.00


COFFEYVILLE
H5 chondrite, Coffeyville, Kansas, found 2006

COFFEYVILLE, KANSAS
H5 chondrite new find, Coffeyville, Kansas
The Coffeyville meteorite, a new H5 from Kansas, was found by a private landowner while riding on his property. Aerolite Meteorites has been working closely with the finder. Now that this exciting new find has been classified and beautifully prepared, will be the exclusive distributor of this specimen, along with Steve Arnold.

See the new Coffeyville page for availability>>>


COVERT, KANSAS
H5 Ordinary Chondrite, Covert, Kansas. Found 1896.
This historic stone meteorite was recognized in 1929 by pioneering meteorite researcher H.H. Nininger. A search was conducted and a total of ten meteorites were recovered from the area. Some had been used by locals as door stops, weights, and fill for a concrete floor. Aerolite Meteorites recently acquired a large mass from a prominent old collection and had it sliced and prepared by one of our favorite prep artists. These gorgeous slices display a wealth of metal flecks in a velvety night sky matrix. We requested only one side be fully polished while the other was left untreated, thereby clearly showing the brecciation in this fascinating meteorite. Some of the finest stone slices we've ever offered for sale.

COVERT 63.9 gram part slice
Ordinary chondrite, H5, found Kansas
63.9 grams part slice

Attractive and affordable part slice of this intriguing historic meteorite, decorated with bright nickel-iron flecks in a deep black matrix.

91 mm x 49 mm x 4 mm   
$320.00

COVERT 137.7 gram part slice
Ordinary chondrite, H5, found Kansas
137.7 grams part slice

Very nicely shaped part slice with several elongated metal inclusions. Attractive and interesting.

124 mm x 114 mm x 4 mm   
$688.00

COVERT 462.4 gram full slice
Ordinary chondrite, H5, found Kansas
462.4 grams full slice

Exceptional full slice with one polished face and one matte finished face clearly displays the smattering of iron flecks and the considerable brecciation.
231 mm x 221 mm x 4 mm   
$2,315.00


DAR EL KAHAL
H5-6, Ordinary Chondrite, found 2013, Gao, Mali
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)
Oscar Monnig Collection meteorite label, Davy (a)

DAR EL KAHAL Slice and whole stone set
Ordinary Chondrite H 5-6, Gao, Mali
Set – whole stone and slice

New Listing We are pleased to offer a set; whole stone and full slice, of this new meteorite find. Views of the interior and exterior, a perfect mix.
Total weight 575.3 gr (477.7 g slice & 97.6 g slice)
92 mm x 82 mm x 62 mm (whole stone)
120 mm x 88 mm x 4 mm  (slice) $1,200.00


DIMMITT
H3.7 Ordinary Chondrite, found 1942, Castro County, Texas, USA
 

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.
Don't miss the large pictures >>>

138 mm x 80 mm x 70 mm
$4,000.00


GAO-GUENIE
H5 chondrite witnessed fall, Burkina Faso, March 5, 1960
This meteorite was originally named Gao, but was renamed Gao-Guenie in recent years. This lovely meteorite is one of the best available examples of a chondrite. Specimens show fusion crust and an attractive ochre patina. Many also show classic features of orientation, including rollover lips. Gao is still a very affordable meteorite.
GAO-GUENIE – Slices

GAO-GUENIE 47.0 grams
H5 Fell Burkina Faso, March 5, 1960
47.0 gram part slice

Very fine full slice, rectangular in shape, with a very large xenolithic clast, large metallic inclusions and plenty of chondrules. A lovely example Gao's colorful interior.
69 mm x 69 mm x 5 mm   
$164.00

GAO-GUENIE 66.8 grams
H5 Fell Burkina Faso, March 5, 1960
66.8 gram full slice

Highly attractive large full slice showing plenty of color, chondrules, and an unusually large metallic inclusion. A treat for the eyes!
92 mm x 76 mm x 4 mm   
$234.00

GAO-GUENIE – Individuals

GAO-GUENIE 46.3 grams
H5 Fell Burkina Faso, March 5, 1960
46.3 gram oriented complete stone

Excellent stone with a lovely shape, moderate orientation, 100% primary and secondary fusion crust, and striking surface characteristics.
44 mm x 23 mm x 22 mm   
$175.00

GAO-GUENIE excellent thumbprints
H5 Fell Burkina Faso, March 5, 1960
568.1 gram stone

Large slightly oriented individual with distinct regmaglypts and partially broken face which shows the interior. Particularly nice surface features on this substantial piece.
117 mm x 60 mm x 59 mm   
$1,136.00   


GHUBARA
Ordinary chondrite, L5, Oman, found 1954
Ghubara is a very affordable classified chondrite. While some faces show moderate weathering, many also display a very attractive combination of remnant fusion crust and desert varnish, presenting a most unusual glossy finish. Ghubara is an excellent stone for cutting, as slices and end cuts typically show an abundance of marvelous multicolored chondrules and intriguing xenolithic clasts.

GHUBARA 139.9 grams
L6 Found Oman 2000
139.9 gram stone

Roughly triangular stone with weathering and caliche on most faces, but one clean, shiny face with good color.

55 mm x 49 mm x 31 mm
$110.00

GHUBARA 395.9 grams
L6 Found Oman 2000
395.9 gram stone

Substantial stone with very good preservation and plenty of remnant fusion crust.

89 mm x 75 mm x 60 mm
$277.00


GOLD BASIN, ARIZONA
Ancient stone meteorites from the famous Arizona strewnfield
In 1995 an Arizona gold prospector, Jim Kriegh, discovered ancient stone meteorites in Mohave County, AZ. His friend Twink Monrad joined him in the hunt and they spent years carefully documenting their finds. Gold Basin has been described as "one of best mapped strewnfields in history." We filmed a first season episode of Meteorite Men at this famous site during 2009 and it remains one of the most popular shows.

GOLD BASIN 52.1 grams
L4 Found Mohave County, AZ 1995
52.1 gram fragment

Angular fragment with orange desert patina and remnant fusion crust. Nice.

40 mm x 32 mm x 13 mm
$104.00

GOLD BASIN 210.1 grams
L4 Found Mohave County, AZ 1995
210.1 gram half stone

Excellent large specimen, which could be a stone with a broken face, or possibly an oriented meteorite. An unusually attractive example of Gold Basin.
68 mm x 54 mm x 25 mm
$420.00  

VERY RARELY OFFERED LARGE SPECIMENS

GOLD BASIN 344.6 grams
L4 Found Mohave County, AZ 1995
344.6 gram part stone

Nice big part stone with a trace of fusion crust.

79 mm x 57 mm x 48 mm
$517.00  

GOLD BASIN 390.4 grams
L4 Found Mohave County, AZ 1995
390.4 gram part stone

Large triangular fragment with good shape and plenty of heft. Stands up naturally as show. Impressive!

103 mm x 77 mm x 51 mm
$586.00  

GOLD BASIN 474.7 grams
L4 Found Mohave County, AZ 1995
474.7 gram part stone

Very attractive half stone, with nice rounded face and some remnant fusion crust. It's very unusual to see large Gold Basin specimens like this on the market.
93 mm x 89 mm x 49 mm
$712.00  


 

HOLBROOK   A VERY SPECIAL OFFERING!
Historic H.H. Nininger "peas"

New Listing These magnificent fusion crusted Holbrook individuals are from the historic H.H. Nininger American Meteorite Lab Collection. They were acquired directly from the Center for Meteorite Studies at ASU in an institutional trade (ASU purchased Nininger's collection). Too small to carry hand painted numbers, each piece is accompanied by a special certificate of authenticity/ID card personally signed by Geoff and verifying its Nininger provenance.
Don't miss the large pictures >>>

$100.00 each


JIDDAT AL HARASIS (JaH) 020
Ordinary chondrite, L6, Oman, found 2000
These attractive whole stones display good remnant fusion crust, have very appealing shapes and are amazing affordable. A great way to add a sizeable stone meteorite to your collection at a bargain price.

JIDDAT AL HARASIS 020 281.4 grams
L6 Found Oman 2000
281.4 gram complete stone

Nearly complete stone with one broken face, but otherwise excellent shape and very distinct fusion crust and large thumbprints.

84 mm x 59 mm x 56 mm
$267.00


JIDDAT AL HARASIS (JaH) 055
Ordinary chondrite, L4-5, Al Wusta, Oman, found 2004
Jiddat al Harasis 055 displays a beautiful black matrix speckled with iron.

JIDDAT AL HARASIS 372.3 grams
L4-5 Found Oman 2004
372.3 gram half stone with polished face

This beautifully prepared half stone displays numerous chondrules laced with iron, metal veins and two different lithographies.

103 mm x 80 mm x 27 mm
$525.00


LABENNE SAHARA NUMBERED STONES
Historic pre-NWA hot desert meteorites with original field numbers
During the mid-to-late 1990s the French meteorite hunting Labenne family started finding stone meteorites in the arid deserts of Northwest Africa. These finds were made years before the NWA classification system was adopted, and were some of the very first Sahara meteorite discoveries. Each carries a unique hand painted field number. For example "99053" was the 53rd meteorite found during the 1999 expedition. Several have nice polished windows. Very collectible!
[pictured] The Labenne team with Aerolite CEO Geoff Notkin in 1998

LABENNE SAHARA 99997 435.2 grams
Unclassified chondrite,  Found Sahara Desert
435.2 grams  Labenne find with field number

Excellent disc-shaped complete stone with a highly polished window displaying remarkably abundant nickel-iron flakes and original hand painted field number 99997.
94 mm x 78 mm x 35 mm   
$435.00


LA CIENEGA
Ordinary Chondrite

La Cienega is the most recently classified meteorite from Mexico. Found by a colleague of ours while prospecting, the main mass went to a prominent meteorite museum here in the United States. A second, much smaller stone was sliced and sold out immediately. Our team in Mexico recently recovered a third stone, and we are delighted to offer beautiful full slices from it. The specimens we currently have on offer are the only ones available on the collectors' market and they show remarkable brecciation. One face has been highly polished, while the other has a matte finish to better show the breccia. Aerolite Meteorites is the exclusive vendor for this striking meteorite and the total known weight is only 11 kg!

LA CIENEGA 113.6 gram slice
H6, found Sonora, Mexico, 2007
113.6 grams full slice

Attractive full slice with large brecciated blocks and lots of color. Looks like a modern art painting.

135 mm x 108 mm x 3 mm   
$510.00


MILLBILLILLIE – A WITNESSED FALL
Stone meteorite, polymict eucrite (EUC)
Not only is Millbillillie a very rare witnessed-fall eucrite, it is also one of the most visually appealing meteorites available to collectors. Eucrites are achondrites (stone meteorites without chondrules) — volcanic rock from other worlds, and comprised largely of silicate minerals. Millbillillie meteorites are light in weight, similar to terrestrial pumice, so even a specimen as modest as 6 or 7 grams can still be enjoyed and studied without magnification. Millbillillies typically exhibit a dazzling color combination: glossy black fusion crust mixed with bright orange Australian desert soil which adhered to the crust, producing a color contrast of unique and striking beauty.

The afternoon fall occurred in October of 1960, and was witnessed by only two men, near the town of Wiluna in Western Australia. It was ten years until the first stone was found. These magnificent meteorites were acquired by a colleague of mine directly from the finder in Australia. They exhibit very distinct orientation, complete fusion crust, contraction cracks, rollover lips, and some of the most highly defined flow lines I have ever seen. Amazing stones every one.

MILLBILLILLIE 57.0 grams
Eucrite  Fell October 1960, Nr. Wiluna, Australia
57.0 gram complete fusion crusted individual

Magnificent 100%-crusted complete stone with glossy fusion crust, moderate fusion crust and an abundance of radiating, overlapping flow lines. Extraordinary, unique, and gorgeous!
44 mm x 43 mm x 30 mm
$1,250.00


MOON ROCKS – MARS ROCKS!
Genuine Lunar and Martian meteorites in display boxes

MOON AND MARS METEORITES
NWA 4483 and Dar al Gani 735
Micromounts in original design display boxes

Designed by colleagues of mine in Europe, these wonderful display boxes contain a high quality NASA image, and a genuine meteorite specimen from the Moon or Mars! A fantastic meteorite collectible. Own a piece of another world for only $49! More >>>


MURCHISON
CM 2 carbonaceous chondrite, Witnessed fall September 28, 1969, Victoria, Australia
Murchison is easily one of the most highly prized meteorites in existence. It is a rare carbonaceous chondrite and also a witnessed fall. Eyewitnesses reported a smell in the air similar to vinegar, immediately after the fall. If the popular current theory that the building blocks of life were brought to Earth onboard meteorites, Murchison is most likely the type that would have been responsible. Murchison has been heavily studied by many institutions and is extremely difficult to acquire. This is the first time we have ever offered slices of this most desirable witnessed fall.

MURCHISON 3.3 grams
Carbonaceous Chondrite, CM2, Fell Sept 28, 1969
Victoria, Australia
3.3 grams  fragment

New listing Fragment with polished face that shows off a multitude of tiny, colorful chondrules.

23 mm x 16 mm x 12 mm  
$660.00

MURCHISON 3.5 grams
Carbonaceous Chondrite, CM2, Fell Sept 28, 1969
Victoria, Australia
3.5 grams part slice

New listing Impressive ultra-thin slice giving it a remarkably large face for the weight. Packed with tiny chondrules.
48 mm x 38 mm x 2 mm  
$700.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 869
L4 – 6 brecciated chondrite
NWA 869 is one of the most popular meteorites among collectors, and an Aerolite Meteorites favorite. This L4–6 chondrite was discovered in Tindouf, Algeria in the year 2000 and is perhaps the most affordable chondrule-rich meteorite on the market today. NWA 869 specimens typically exhibit a grayish fusion crust, abundant metal, densely packed multi-colored chondrules, and brecciation. 869 is a must-have specimen for collectors interested in chondrules.

NWA 869 49.0 grams
L4–6 Found 2000   Tindouf, Algeria
49.0 Polished full slice

This beautiful full slice is chock-full of chondrules interspersed with delicate metal flecks.

85 mm x 68 mm x 5 mm
$98.00

NWA 869 183.1 grams
L4–6 Found 2000   Tindouf, Algeria
183.1 whole stone

Whole stone with chondrules visible through the remnant fusion crust. Excellent specimen.

66 mm x 51 mm x 34 mm
$183.00

NWA 869 299.1 grams
L4–6 Found 2000   Tindouf, Algeria
299.1 whole stone

Appealing stone meteorite with remnant fusion crust and amazing shape.


74 mm x 57 mm x 51 mm
$254.00

NEW! NORTHWEST AFRICA 869 EXQUISITE MATCHED PAIRS
L4 – 6 brecciated chondrite
Northwest Africa 869 shows a unique blue-grey fusion crust, making it an interesting addition to displays of ordinary chondrites. When cut and polished and properly prepared in the lab, however, its interior delights with an inexplicable kaleidoscope of brecciation, abundant metal flakes, clasts, and a sea of colorful chondrules of varying sizes and hue. We consider NWA 869 to have one of the most attractive interiors of any chondrite and these gorgeous matched pairs — prepared especially for Aerolite from individuals hand selected by company owner, Geoff Notkin — show this fascinating chondrite at its absolute best. All pieces have been expertly prepared by one of our top labs and meticulously finished on a diamond lap to the very highest standards.

NWA 869 181.3 grams (96.5 & 84.8 gr)
L4–6 Found 2000   Tindouf, Algeria
181.3 polished matched pair

This lovely matched pair is just chock full of multi-colored chondrules, nickel-iron flakes and clasts of varying sizes and composition.

62 x 60 x 18 mm & 64 x 60 x 17 mm
$315.00

NWA 869 460.5 grams (197.0 & 263.5 gr)
L4–6 Found 2000   Tindouf, Algeria
460.5 polished matched pair

Our largest matched pair displays an unusual granular exterior, in addition to its fabulous tapestry of multi-colored chondrules. This pair is both lovely and impressive.
90 x 70 x 22 mm & 95 x 73 x 33 mm
$690.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 4664
Diogenite
We acquired two slices of this magnificent new diogenite last year, and they sold instantly. We were able to acquire two more excellent slices from one of our colleagues in Morocco. Diogenites are among the rarest of meteorite types, and it is extremely rare to find a specimen large enough to prepare into slices of this size! An olivine-rich treasure.

NWA 4664 42.9 grams
Diogenite Found 2010   Northwest Africa
42.9 gram full slice

Superb full slice, very highly polished on one face, showing off its remarkable green tint. A rare chance to own a significant piece of one of the most alluring meteorite types.
113 mm x 85 mm x 2 mm   $965.00
SOLD, 1 more available please inquire


NORTHWEST AFRICA 4860
L4 ordinary chondrite with heavily shocked chondrules, surrounded by melt material. Found 2003, with an extremely high shock stage of S6 and a low weathering grade (fresh) of W1.

NWA 4860 64.1 grams
L4 Found 2003    Northwest Africa
64.1 gram full slice

Full slice highly polished on one side with a light gloss coating to show off the abundant metal and large chondrules.

124 mm x 66 mm x 3 mm   
$215.00 SPECIAL SALE! $150.00

NWA 4860 67.1 grams
L4 Found 2003    Northwest Africa
67.1 gram full slice

Full slice highly polished on one side with a light gloss coating, with particularly abundant metal and a giant relict chondrule. Very nice!

121 mm x 62 mm x 4 mm   
$235.00 SPECIAL SALE! $158.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 5950
Carbonaceous Chondrite, CV3
This recently classified carbonaceous chondrite is one of the most primitive meteorite types. This meteorite was found in 2009 in Algeria and displays distinct, colorful chondrules. This is one of our favorite stone meteorites, and an amazingly affordable CV3. New slices just received from the lab, and they are better than ever!

NWA 5950 CV3 8.4 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite  Found Algeria, NWA
8.4 gram full slice

A full slice with an excellent shape and a number of small CAIs (calcium-aluminum inclusions).

42 mm x 34 mm x 3 mm   
$85.00

NWA 5950 CV3 12.4 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite  Found Algeria, NWA
12.4 gram full slice

A full slice with small CAIs (calcium-aluminum inclusions) and excellent chondrules.

39 mm x 35 mm x 4 mm   
$125.00

NWA 5950 CV3 16.5 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite  Found Algeria, NWA
16.5 gram full slice

Nice, affordable full slice with abundant chondrules.

46 mm x 42 mm x 4 mm   
$140.00

NWA 5950 CV3 17.4 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite  Found Algeria, NWA
17.4 gram full slice

A large full slice with some small CAIs (calcium-aluminum inclusions) and excellent chondrules in a dark matrix.

58 mm x 37 mm x 3 mm   
$148.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 6135
Ordinary Chondrite, LL3.8

NWA 6135 LL3.8 79.5 grams
Ordinary chondrite, Found 2008 Algeria, NWA
79.5 gram full slice

Lush, gorgeous, chondrule laden complete slice, with a kaleidoscope of shape an color. A beautiful and extremely affordable LL3.8.

103 mm x 74 mm x 7 mm   
$636.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 6567
Carbonaceous Chondrite, CV3
We think this is one of the most exciting chondrites to come to light in ages. It is extremely rare to see a CV3 available in large slices, especially at such an extraordinarily low price — less than $5/gram (compare with Allende at five times that price!). But more than that, NWA 6567 is the first brecciated carbonaceous chondrite we've seen! Scientifically important material at an incredible price.

NWA 6567 CV3 82.2 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite, Found 2010 NWA
82.2 gram full slice

Extremely attractive complete slice with good shape, abundant large chondrules and very clear brecciation. Excellent!

124 mm x 81 mm x 4 mm   
$329.00

NWA 6567 CV3 88.7 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite, Found 2010 NWA
88.7 gram full slice

Very nice oval slice with particularly clear brecciation and abundant small chondrules.

118 mm x 68 mm x 3 mm   
$355.00

NWA 6567 CV3 139.5 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite, Found 2010 NWA
139.5 gram full slice

Outstanding large slice with giant chondrules, clasts, and colorful brecciation. It's almost unheard of to find CV3 slices of this size and quality. Amazing!
175 mm x 101 mm x 3 mm   
$558.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 7397
Martian (shergottite)
There isn't much in the world of meteorites more alluring than owning a piece of the Red Planet. NWA 7397 was found near Smara, Morocco in 2012. Classified by Drs. Irving and Kuehner it is described as a poikilitic Martian shergottite. With Martians typically being among the priciest of all meteorite collectibles, we are delighted to be able to offer this material way below typical prices.

NWA 7397 3.4 grams
Martian (Shergottite), Found 2012 Morocco
3.4 grams  Individual

New listing An individual stone with a few little chips missing from the sides. Approximately 60% fusion crust, and a nice glimpse of the interior.
17 mm x 14 mm x 12 mm  
$1,190.00

NWA 7397 4.0 grams
Martian (Shergottite), Found 2012 Morocco
4.0 grams  Fragment with crust

New listing Good-sized fragment with plenty of fusion crust covering one face. A genuine piece of the Red Planet at at the lowest price we've ever offered!
22 mm x 18 mm x 9 mm  
$1,400.00

NWA 7397 4.1 grams
4.1 grams  Fragment with crust

New listing A triangular-shaped fragment with one face covered in fusion crust and the reverse showing some exposed interior.

24 mm x 17 mm x 9 mm  
$1,435.00

NWA 7397 5.1 grams
5.1 grams  Fragment with crust

New listing Good fragment with fusion crust on two faces and wonderful stubby shape. Cratered on two faces, with plenty of intriguing interior exposed for detailed study under a loupe.

20 mm x 16 mm x 12 mm  
$1,785.00

NWA 7397 17.0 grams
17.0 grams  Fragment with crust

New listing Impressive exterior fragment with approximately 40% good fusion crust. The matrix shows the greenish tint synonymous with recently recovered Martians.

20 mm x 16 mm x 12 mm  
$5,950.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 7498
Ordinary Chondrite L4

The total known weight of this recently discovered, and very pretty, L4 is only 1,100 grams. Its attractive, dark interior is packed with large grey chondrules and very fine nickel iron flakes. This chondrite is rich in troilite, "some decorating chondrule rims, scattered taenite and kamacite, minor CI-rich apatite and high-Ca pyroxene." (Meteoritical Bulletin)

NWA 7498 19.6 grams
Chondrite L4, Found Morocco, NWA
19.6 gram full slice

Very attractive full slice with abundant chondrules and metal flakes.

69 mm x 54 mm x 3 mm   
$137.00

NWA 7498 73.8 grams
Chondrite L4, Found Morocco, NWA
73.8 gram full slice

Beautiful large, complete slice with oversized chondrules, metal inclusions and a haunting battleship grey matrix. A gorgeous chondrite.
93 mm x 73 mm x 5 mm   
$480.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 7678
Carbonaceous Chondrite, CV3
NWA 7678 was acquired by a friend and colleague and classified at the Institute of Meteoritics in Albuquerque. We purchased a significant number of slices as this is one of the finest chondrule-rich meteorites we have ever seen. Extraordinary chondrule density and color makes this lovely, and very affordable, stone a must for collectors of carbonaceous material or spectacular chondrules.

NWA 7678 CV3 11.2 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite, Found 2012 Morocco
11.2 gram full slice

New Listing Attractive elongated full slice with multiple CAIs and peppered with large orange chondrules.

51 mm x 28 mm x 4 mm   
$224.00

NWA 7678 CV3 13.5 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite, Found 2012 Morocco
13.5 gram full slice

New Listing This fine slice reminds us of a speckled fish. It is rich in oversize orange chondrules and the dual lithology is just visit along the top edge.
58 mm x 30 mm x 4 mm   
$270.00

NWA 7678 CV3 13.6 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite, Found 2012 Morocco
13.6 gram full slice

New Listing 7678's dual lithology can be seen on the inside "bend" of this intriguing boomerang-shaped full slice. Note the large, colorful chondrules and several CAIs.
62 mm x 31 mm x 3 mm   
$272.00

NWA 7678 CV3 18.3 grams
Carbonaceous chondrite, Found 2012 Morocco
18.3 gram full slice

This marvelous full slice very clearly displays two distinct lithologies, a sea of chondrules, and displays fusion crust on the edge. Superb!

69 mm x 53 mm x 3 mm   
$320.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 7831
Achondrite, Diogenite
Diogenites are among the very rarest of all space rocks. Of almost 50,000 officially recognized meteorites, only about 40 are diogenites. Thought to have formed within the asteroid Vesta [pictured], they contain little or no iron and display large, green crystals. Although we have offered diogenite slices in the past, never in our careers have we seen anything like this. Sliced ultra thin, NWA 7831 is gloriously translucent and visually reminiscent of a pallasite made entirely of olivine. Among the most beautiful material we've ever had the pleasure of providing to our customers.

NWA 7831 1.8 grams
Achondrite, Diogenite, Found 2013 Morocco
1.8 grams  Full slice

New listing Airplane-shaped full slice with a delicate lattice work of crystals.


33 mm x 28 mm x 2 mm  
$160.00

NWA 7831 5.9 grams
Achondrite, Diogenite, Found 2013 Morocco
5.9 grams  Full slice

New listing Full slice with very good color and nice contrast between translucent and opaque elements.


57 mm x 39 mm x 1 mm   $355.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 7998
Ordinary Chondrite, L5
NWA 7998 is a very recent find from Morocco and evidently a fairly recent fall as well, judging from its relatively fresh fusion crust. This attractive L5 is of particular interest because of its abundant, small, and very well formed regmaglypts. A very fine classified, fusion-crusted meteorite an an amazing price! We liked this meteorite so much, we bought all that was available and one stone will remain permanently in the Aerolite reference collection.

NWA 7998 L5 442.5 grams
Ordinary chondrite, Found 2013 Temara, Morocco 442.5 gram whole stone

Lovely complete stone with good black fusion crust, and scores of small, distinct regmaglypts. Some of the finest thumbprinting we've seen on a stone.
80 mm x 71 mm x 62 mm   
$664.00

NWA 7998 L5 641.0 grams
Ordinary chondrite, Found 2013 Temara, Morocco 641.0 gram whole stone

Gorgeous complete pyramid-shaped stone with good fusion crust and abundant well-formed thumbprints. An amazing bargain at this price!
104 mm x 78 mm x 62 mm   
$800.00

NWA 7998 L5 766.4 grams
Ordinary chondrite, Found 2013 Temara, Morocco 766.4 gram whole stone

Large complete stone with marvelous sculptural shape and absolutely covered on every face with tons of regmaglypts. A gorgeous whole stone with multiple classic meteorite features.
118 mm x 78 mm x 72 mm   
$958.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 8043
Achondrite, Diogenite
Diogenites are one of the fascinating anomalies in meteorite science. Of almost 50,000 officially recognized meteorites, only about 40 are diogenites. Thought to have formed within the asteroid Vesta [pictured], they contain no iron and display large, green crystals. We are delighted to offer these fine pieces at a fraction of what diogenites typically sell for (compare with Tatahouine at $35/gram). A rare opportunity to acquire one of the very rarest meteorite classes.

NWA 8043 Diogenite 12.2 grams
Achondrite, Found 2013 Morocco, NWA
12.2 gram fragment

New Listing Nice angular fragment showing sharp and colorful crystal planes.

35 mm x 22 mm x 17 mm   
$122.00

NWA 8043 Diogenite 12.3 grams
Achondrite, Found 2013 Morocco, NWA
12.3 gram fragment

New Listing Angular fragment with good color and some interesting glassy inclusions.

32 mm x 23 mm x 15 mm   
$123.00

NWA 8043 Diogenite 13.3 grams
Achondrite, Found 2013 Morocco, NWA
13.3 gram fragment

New Listing A little darker than the others, this specimen shows a jade green hue and displays tiny rainbow-colored inclusions when examined with a loup.
30 mm x 22 mm x 16 mm   
$133.00

NWA 8043 Diogenite 13.4 grams
Achondrite, Found 2013 Morocco, NWA
13.4 gram fragment

New Listing This example shows a variety of green, gold, and yellow/gold hues. Particularly interesting under a loupe or magnifying lens.

25 mm x 25 mm x 21 mm   
$134.00

NWA 8043 Diogenite 25.8 grams
Achondrite, Found 2013 Morocco, NWA
25.8 gram fragment

New Listing Substantial piece displaying olivine to jade green color and broad crystal planes. Only an expert could identify 8043 — the most visually unusual meteorite in our inventory.
32 mm x 32 mm x 22 mm   
$258.00

NWA 8043 Diogenite 68.5 grams
Achondrite, Found 2013 Morocco, NWA
68.5 gram fragment

Large and impressive fragment and the most significant diogenite specimen we've ever offered for sale.

52 mm x 41 mm x 29 mm   
$548.00


NORTHWEST AFRICA 8056
Achondrite, Eucrite, found 2013, Temara, Northwest Africa

This just-classified eucrite is a real beauty and it's arrival from our cutting lab delighted everyone at Aerolite. It's not often that a new meteorite of this type comes to light and, when one does, it typically shows a milky, homogenous interior similar to Millbillillie. Nonesuch with 8056! This stone was acquired by a close friend and colleague of ours in Morocco and the total known weight is a tiny 1,560 grams. Classification was carried out by A. Irving and S. Kuehner and 8056 is described as a "fragmental breccia composed of predominantly gabbroic eucrite clasts in a sparse matrix of related debris." In other words, it is packed with multi-colored elements and at a bargain price too — less than half the price of Millbillillie or Camel Donga! We have very little of this material available. An Aerolite exclusive.

NWA 8056 Eucrite 19.5 grams
Achondrite, Found 2013 Temara, NWA
19.5 gram full slice

New Listing Full slice with super high polish on both sides. A grey and green matrix is peppered with small red and sky-blue inclusions. A most unusual and attractive eucrite.
69 mm x 56 mm x 3 mm   
$234.00

NWA 8056 Eucrite 22.0 grams
22.0 gram full slice

New Listing Nice polished complete slice with colorful matrix and multiple inclusions of differing sizes, shapes and colors.

74 mm x 61 mm x 3 mm   
$264.00

NWA 8056 Eucrite 31.5 grams
31.5 gram full slice

New Listing Absolutely gorgeous full slice, highly polished, with swirling blue and black inclusions , shock veins, and an appealing shape. The nicest HED slice we can recall seeing in years.

90 mm x 71 mm x 3 mm   
$378.00


NORTHWEST AFRICAN UNCLASSIFIED CHONDRITES – "NWA XXX"
Stone meteorite (H and L chondrites)
These stone meteorites were found in the Saharan Desert in Northwest Africa, likely by nomads. In order to classify them it would be necessary to cut off a section for analysis. Although they are exceedingly rare when compared to terrestrial rocks, these are the most abundant type of meteorite and are referred to as "common chondrites." H and L (designating the amount of metal contained) type chondrites have been already extensively studied, and so these attractive stones have been left intact. Composed largely of spherical grain-like silicate chondrules, these stone meteorites were likely once part of the crust of a planet or large asteroid. Some academics believe that chondrules are older than the solar system!

Good quality complete stones likes those pictured below are very difficult to obtain. Most specimens found in the Sahara today, are broken and weathered fragments.

NWA XXX
Unclassified chondrites  Found Sahara Desert
Fragments, various sizes 5 grams to 200 grams

Unclassified Northwest Africa (NWA) chondrites. These weathered fragments have not been sorted or classified, but they are all genuine stone meteorites and make great science gifts for kids or students. Only $0.20/gram! Just let us know if you'd like large or small pieces, or a mix.
Minimum order is 500 grams ($100)

NWA XXX 106.8 grams
Unclassified chondrite  Found Sahara Desert
106.8 grams full slice

Large, well prepared, thin slice of this NWA XXX black chondrite, with abundant metal flakes.

130 mm x 103 mm x 4 mm   
SOLD
More available, please contact us

NWA XXX 322.0 grams
Unclassified chondrite  Found Sahara Desert
322.0 grams  Complete stone

Well formed, solid whole stone with remnant fusion crust.


97 mm x 62 mm x 41 mm   
$322.00

NWA XXX 567.0 grams
Unclassified chondrite  Found Sahara Desert
567.0 grams  Complete stone

Impressive complete stone with good shape, 95% remnant fusion crust, and even some regmaglypting. A chance to acquire a very attractive whole stone meteorite at a bargain price.
94 mm x 74 mm x 63 mm    $560.00

NWA XXX 652.4 grams
Unclassified chondrite  Found Sahara Desert
652.4 grams  Complete stone

Gorgeous meteorite with superb shape provided by the unusual sharp ridges and flat planes of this excellent individual.

87 mm x 76 mm x 65 mm   
$652.00

NWA XXX 750.8 grams
Unclassified chondrite  Found Sahara Desert
750.8 grams  Complete stone

New Listing An outstanding tower-shaped whole stone with remnant fusion crust, sharp edges and light regmaglypting. Spectacular!
88 mm x 70 mm x 58 mm   
$750.00

NWA XXX 758.8 grams
Unclassified chondrite  Found Sahara Desert
758.8 grams  Complete stone

New Listing A wonderful cobble whole stone with clear demarcation line where the piece was exposed to desert conditions and formed a desert varnish patina.
88 mm x 70 mm x 58 mm   
$759.00

NWA XXX 1,045.1 grams
Unclassified chondrite  Found Sahara Desert
1,045.1 grams  Complete stone

New Listing A large blocky unclassified stone meteorite with excellent shape and one side with delicate regmaglypts. A great specimen!

141 mm x 88 mm x 58 mm   
$995.00


NORTON COUNTY
Achondrite - Aubrite
THE INSTITUTE OF METEORITICS COLLECTION FROM UNM

IMPORTANT ACQUISITIONS The Institute of Meteoritics is a research institution at the University of New Mexico. They house a considerable meteorite collection of over 600 different meteorites. The Norton County specimens below were acquired in a trade with UNM and are still listed in their catalog. You can verify that by visiting the UNM collection page and searching for "Achondrite", "Achondrite Groupings", "All Achondrite Groups", and "All Brecciation Types" for Norton County. Norton County is an extremely rare witnessed fall aubrite, and these lovely specimens still carry their original UNM collection numbers.

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

NORTON COUNTY 6.1 grams
Aubrite, Witnessed fall
Feb. 18, 1948, Norton Co., Kansas
6.1 gram fragment with hand-painted number

Fragment with hand-painted UNM collection number N.1147.

20 mm x 16 mm x 15 mm
$244.00

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

NORTON COUNTY 6.9 grams
Aubrite, Witnessed fall
Feb. 18, 1948, Norton Co., Kansas
6.9 gram fragment with hand-painted number

New Listing Fragment with hand-painted UNM collection number N.1125.

50 mm x 37 mm x 25 mm
$276.00

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

NORTON COUNTY 7.0 grams
Aubrite, Witnessed fall
Feb. 18, 1948, Norton Co., Kansas
7.0 gram fragment with hand-painted number

New Listing Fragment with hand-painted UNM collection number N.1105.

51 mm x 37 mm x 30 mm
$280.00

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

NORTON COUNTY 7.5 grams
Aubrite, Witnessed fall
Feb. 18, 1948, Norton Co., Kansas
7.5 gram fragment with hand-painted number

New Listing Fragment with hand-painted UNM collection number N.1127.

55 mm x 38 mm x 29 mm
$300.00


PULTUSK
H Ordinary Chondrite, Witnessed fall 1868, Ostroleka, Poland
Pultusk, Poland was the site of the final Season Three episode of Meteorite Men. Geoff and Steve investigated the fall zone of the historic 1868 meteorite shower, which was one of the largest in in recorded history. By special arrangement with our professional colleagues in Poland, we acquired an outstanding and recently-found Pultusk stone which, when prepared in the lab, produced some of the finest chondrite slices we have ever seen. These excellent specimens display abundant nickel-iron flakes, superb brecciation, and remarkable shock veins. Pultusk fell in the winter of 1868 over snow-covered fields in Poland. The black rocks were easy to see, and almost all known specimens were picked up shortly after the fall. Most of those went to old museum collections, and Pultusk is almost never available on the commercial market. It is a must for the collector of historic meteorites and witnessed falls.

PULTUSK 18.9 grams
Ordinary chondrite, H5, Witnessed fall 1868
Ostroleka, Poland
18.9 grams  Full Slice

One of the best slices to come out of the impressive mass we acquired, this specimen shows astounding brecciation, lovely color, and tons of metal flakes.
64 mm x 63 mm x 2 mm $378.00

PULTUSK 25.8 grams
Ordinary chondrite, H5, Witnessed fall 1868
Ostroleka, Poland
25.8 grams  Full Slice

New listing Colorful slice with massive shock veins, lots of tiny metal flakes and a couple of larger nickel-iron inclusions. Very fine.
76 mm x 64 mm x 3 mm  
$516.00

PULTUSK 30.5 grams
Ordinary chondrite, H5, Witnessed fall 1868
Ostroleka, Poland
30.5 grams  Full Slice

New listing One of the largest slices to come off the mass, this specimen shows good shock veins, relict chondrules and a large nickel-iron inclusion right at the point. Very nice!
80 mm x 68 mm x 2 mm   $610.00


SAYH AL UHAYMIR (SaU) 001
L5 Ordinary Chondrite, found 2000, Al Wusta, Oman

SAYH AL UHAYMIR (SaU) 001 61.2 grams
Ordinary chondrite, L5, Found 2000
Al Wusta, Oman
61.2 grams  Half Stone

This half stone has both primary and secondary fusion crust. A lovely example of a break-up during flight.
49 mm x 34 mm x 27 mm  
$92.00

SAYH AL UHAYMIR (SaU) 001 72.9 grams
Ordinary chondrite, L5, Found 2000
Al Wusta, Oman
72.9 grams  Whole Stone

This whole stone displays an intriguing weathering pattern, where it appears as though some chondrules have weathered out, creating a face reminiscent of the surface of the moon. 42 mm x 36 mm x 30 mm   $110.00

SAYH AL UHAYMIR (SaU) 001 167.4 gr
Ordinary chondrite, L5, Found 2000
Al Wusta, Oman
167.4 grams  Whole Stone

A lovely whole stone with approximately 90 percent fusion crust.

68 mm x 46 mm x 40 mm  
$250.00


EXCITING NEW ACQUISITION! TIRHERT
Eucrite, fell July 9, 2014, Northwest Africa
This extremely rare witnessed-fall eucrite has caused a sensation among academic meteorite researchers. Much of the available material was immediately snapped up by researches and university collections, and the total known weight is estimated at only 8 to 10 kilos. We believe we have the only slices of this exciting new meteorite available anywhere. And, on those part slices please note the remarkable fusion crust -- so shiny it looks like black enamel paint. Classification has just been completed and the name approved by the Nomenclature Committee.

TIRHERT 2.3 gr
Eucrite, Fell July 9, 2014, Northwest Africa
2.3 grams  fragment

New listing Rectangular fragment with a granular texture. Speckled with tiny diamond crystals. Absolutely marvelous when inspected under a loupe.
15 mm x 11 mm x 9 mm  
$460.00

TIRHERT 2.6 gr
Eucrite, Fell July 9, 2014, Northwest Africa
2.6 grams  fragment

New listing Nice fragment with white and cream colored matrix. Packed with glorious tiny crystals. A must see under the loupe!

15 mm x 14 mm x 8 mm  
$520.00

TIRHERT 3.5 gr
Eucrite, Fell July 9, 2014, Northwest Africa
3.5 grams  fragment

New listing A fragment with one polished face showing the speckled matrix. The unpolished side displays abundant multi-colored crystals.

20 mm x 14 mm x 9 mm  
$700.00

TIRHERT 3.6 gr
Eucrite, Fell July 9, 2014, Northwest Africa
3.6 grams  fragment

New listing Substantial fragment with an attractive polished end. The fascinating composite structure that only the most accomplished expert can identify as a meteorite is intriguing to examine.
15 mm x 12 mm x 10 mm   $720.00

TIRHERT 5.2 gr
Eucrite, Fell July 9, 2014, Northwest Africa
5.2 grams part slice

New listing A part slice with polished faces, rich shiny black fusion crust on two edges stands out in dist ct contrast to the light interior. Excellent!

32 mm x 23 mm x 3 mm  
$1,300.00


TISSINT
Martian (Shergottite), Witnessed fall July 18, 2011, Tata, Morocco
Witnessed-fall Martians are, perhaps, the very rarest of meteorites. Tissint captivated the meteorite world when it was first offered for sale and was snapped up for an astounding $1,500 per gram. This is the first time we've seen slices, part slices and end cuts offered and for less than whole pieces. More specimens available, please inquire.

TISSINT 0.2 grams
Martian (Shergottite), Fell July 18, 2011
Tata, Morocco 0.2 grams  Part slice

Part slice with polished face in mineral display box.


11 mm x 5 mm x 2 mm  
$160.00


TUXTUAC
LL5 Ordinary Chondrite, Witnessed fall October 16, 1975, Zacatecas, Mexico

TUXTUAC 107.7 grams
Ordinary chondrite, LL5, Fell October 16, 1975
Zacatecas, Mexico
107.7 grams  Slice with fusion crust

Substantial slice of this very rare and desirable witnessed fall from 1975. It displays good fusion crust on one edge, and abundant metal flakes.
80 mm x 65 mm x 9 mm   $1,075.00


WILUNA
H5 chondrite  Fell September 2, 1967 Western Australia

Wiluna is a very rare witnessed fall Australian chondrite, almost never seen in the marketplace. A large fall produced hundreds of stones in a remote area of Western Australia in 1967. Most of the stones recovered were quite small, and the vast majority ended up in Australian meteorite collections. These specimens came directly from one of my best contacts in Australia and I am thrilled to be able to offer them on Aerolite. All stones have official export permits from Australia.

WILUNA 12.4 grams
H5 chondrite  Fell September 2, 1967 Western Australia
12.4 grams  Fusion crusted individual

New listing A spectacular specimen presenting delicate regmaglypts and smooth curves which transition into a sharp fractured face with secondary fusion crust. Most excellent.
57 mm x 41 mm x 29 mm   $144.00

WILUNA 13.0 grams
H5 chondrite  Fell September 2, 1967 Western Australia
13.0 grams  Fusion crusted individual

New listing A wonderful blocky fully crusted individual with distinct cooling cracks.

52 mm x 37 mm x 27 mm  
$156.00

WILUNA 13.3 grams
H5 chondrite  Fell September 2, 1967 Western Australia
13.3 grams  Fusion crusted individual

Very nice complete stone with good shape. A few tiny chips, otherwise about 98% black fusion crust. A very affordable example of this desirable Australian witnessed fall.
28 mm x 22 mm x 18 mm   $160.00

WILUNA 14.7 grams
H5 chondrite  Fell September 2, 1967 Western Australia
14.7 grams  Fusion crusted individual

New listing An excellent oriented individual with prominent nose cone shape and just a hint of a rollover lip.
60 mm x 41 mm x 37 mm  
$176.00

WILUNA 31.2 grams
H5 chondrite  Fell September 2, 1967 Western Australia
31.2 grams  Fusion crusted individual

Lovely complete stone with great shape, very cool ablation features and thumbprinting and almost perfect fusion crust.
46 mm x 22 mm x 20 mm  
$374.00



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