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Barratta  (L3)

"Barratta was found in 1845 in Deniliquin, New South Wales, Australia. It was originally classified as a black chondrite and has been sitting around in a museum ever since. Recently, in a trade, some of this meteorite was cut and they immediately noticed the chondrule rich interior. This is currently in the re-classification process for the new L3 classification. Not only has it not been available but its a beautiful, chondrule laden L3!!


0.23 grams - 3 fragments - $ 9.20
0.72 grams - $ 28.80
0.9 grams - $ 36.00
1.01 grams - $ 40.40
1.14 grams - $ 45.60
1.51 grams - $ 60.40
1.58 grams - $ 63.20
1.68 grams - $ 67.20
2.02 grams - $ 80.80
2.05 grams - $ 82.00
2.13 grams - $ 85.20
2.51 grams - $100.40
2.58 grams - $103.20
2.69 grams - $107.60
12.8 grams - $512.00



Bechar  (L5)

"Bechar is a very nice looking L5 that was found in August of 1998 in Algeria. This find consists of a greyish-green matrix with chondrules of varying mineralogy and some darker veins that may be shock related.


3.35 grams - $ 12.56
3.4 grams - $ 12.75
3.46 grams - $ 12.98
3.85 grams - $ 14.44



Begaa  (LL3)

"For collectors that love chondrules there are only a few finds/falls that are considered to be spectacular....and this is one of those. In December of 1999 the Begaa LL3 was found in southeast Morocco and consisting of only a few pieces with a combined weight of ~1,400 grams. This is one that will disappear fast into collections.


0.24 grams - $ 12.00
0.25 grams - $ 12.50
0.31 grams - $ 15.50
0.36 grams - crust - $ 18.00
0.36 grams - (a) - $ 18.00
0.38 grams - $ 19.00
0.47 grams - $ 23.50
0.51 grams - $ 25.50
0.59 grams - $ 29.50
0.74 grams - (a) crust - $ 37.00
0.87 grams - $ 43.50
1.34 grams - $ 67.00
2.73 grams - crust - $136.50
4.98 grams - $249.00
12.4 grams - crust - $620.00
13.69 grams - crusted endcut - $684.50
14.75 grams - crust - $737.50



Bilanga  (ADIO)

"A new witnessed fall from October 27th 1999 in Burkina Faso, Africa turned out to be a rare diogenite. These specimens are a tannish color and are quite friable. Some of the pieces exhibit the awesome, fresh black fusion crust.


0.03 grams - $ 4.50
0.03 grams - b - $ 4.50
0.04 grams - $ 6.00
0.05 grams - b - $ 7.50
0.2 grams - $ 13.00
0.22 grams - $ 14.30
0.3 grams - $ 19.50
0.33 grams - $ 21.45
0.33 grams - $ 21.45
0.35 grams - $ 22.75
0.64 grams - $ 41.60
0.72 grams - $ 46.80
0.79 grams - $ 51.35
0.89 grams - $ 57.85
2.06 grams - $133.90
2.07 grams - crust - $134.55



Brenham  (PAL)

"Once again the beautiful pallasite from Brenham, Kansas with it's uniquely rounded olivine crystals is available. Several thousand kilos have been found over the years since its discovery in 1885 in the area around a shallow crater. We are currently out of polished pieces on this page but we DO have more of this beautiful material and are working at preparing more specimens to list here...Please contact us with specific requests.


57.43 grams - $574.30
184.71 grams - crust - $1754.75
560 grams - unpolished - $3080.00



Camel Donga  (AEUC)

"Found in the Nullarbor Plain of Western Australia, Australia in January of 1984 this beautiful specimen has crust that is so glossy and black it looks as if it could have fallen yesterday! Being a eucrite, Camel Donga is classed as an achondrite and comes from a planetoid that was geologically active. I only have this one specimen available.


17.5 grams - $875.00



Canyon Diablo  (IAB)

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15.95 grams - $ 27.91
16.65 grams - $ 29.14
17.3 grams - $ 30.28
19.7 grams - $ 34.48
20.47 grams - $ 35.82
25.72 grams - $ 45.01
26.79 grams - $ 46.88
29.08 grams - $ 50.89
31.65 grams - $ 55.39
34.48 grams - $ 60.34
39.23 grams - $ 68.65
40.4 grams - $ 70.70
40.54 grams - $ 70.95



Clifford  (L6)

"Clifford (Colorado, USA) was found in a rock garden where it sat for most of the decade until being recognized as a meteorite. This was not a large stone so not much will be available for collectors.


2.85 grams - $ 28.50
6.51 grams - $ 65.10



Dar al Gani 332  (CO3)

"Offered here today is an neat 2.2 gram cut specimen of the Dar al Gani 332 (CO3) carbonaceous chondrite. This stone of 280 grams was found in the Libyan portion of the Sahara Desert in 1997. Carbonaceous chondrites represent a very small percentage of the total known meteorites and are special in that they contain carbon compounds that vary from those found here on earth. Who knows what part meteoritic carbon played on the genesis of life on our little planet. CO3 meteorites are also noted for the small chondrule size as well as lots of tiny flecks of metal throughout. This is another one those special finds to come to us from the Sahara that would make for a great addition to any collection.


0.03 grams - micromount - $ 4.50
0.22 grams - $ 9.90
0.27 grams - $ 12.15
0.28 grams - $ 12.60
0.4 grams - $ 18.00
0.85 grams - $ 38.25
1.56 grams - $ 70.20



Dar al Gani 489  (SNC)

"The Dar al Gani 489 (SNC) meteorite was found in Libya in 1997. This find is a Martian basalt (shergottite) with a total known weight of 2,146 grams. This material has been in the hands of the finder until he sold a small amount just recently (which this is from) but that will certainly disappear into collections very fast.


0.11 grams - (a) - $132.00
0.14 grams - (a) - $168.00
0.27 grams - thin - $324.00
0.54 grams - Thin part slice - $648.00
0.81 grams - thin - $972.00



Dhofar 007  (AEUC)

"This is the Dhofar 007 achondrite (eucrite) which was found by some Russian meteorite hunters in the deserts of Oman on the 4th of December 1999. These thinner part slices and slices nicely display the beautiful grey and white mineral grains in this find. Lots of thin little black veins as well.


0.28 grams - $ 12.60
0.39 grams - a crust - $ 17.55
0.96 grams - a crust - $ 43.20



Dimmitt  (H3/4)

"Here are several nice pieces of the Dimmitt Texas meteorite. Being classified as an H3/4 makes this a bit more uncommon than most H type chondrites. These specimens comes from a piece that has been in both the Monnig (M138.319) and, I was told, the Ninninger (12F) collections at one time. That, along with the H3/4 classification makes this a wonderful addition to any collection.


0.78 grams - $ 4.68
0.8 grams - a - $ 4.80
1.03 grams - $ 6.18
1.21 grams - $ 7.26
3.7 grams - $ 22.20
7.22 grams - $ 43.32
7.44 grams - $ 44.64
12.12 grams - $ 72.72
14.98 grams - $ 89.88



Esquel  ()

"This is without a doubt THE most sought after pallasite around and it is slowly but surely getting harder and harder to find. These specimens are a thin 1mm to 2mm thick with deep, vivid green olivine crystals that sparkle like a semi-precious gemstone should. This extremely attractive meteorite is a ""must have"" for every collection.


3.68 grams - $220.80
4.98 grams - $298.80
5.23 grams - $313.80
5.26 grams - $315.60



Gao-Guenie  (H5)

"Gao comes to us from the Upper Volta region of Burkina Faso, Africa. Material collected there has been sold under the names of Gao as well as Guenie. After a time it was determined that these were from the same fall and the names were merged to the now official Gao-Guenie. Many of these pieces display the nice, fresh looking crust.


3.86 grams - $ 11.58
4.44 grams - $ 13.32
4.48 grams - $ 13.44
5.02 grams - $ 15.06
6.97 grams - individual - $ 27.88
7.07 grams - $ 21.21
16.44 grams - individual - $ 65.76
19.02 grams - corner cut - $ 57.06
21.28 grams - individual - $ 63.84
33.66 grams - corner cut - $100.98
132 grams - individual - $396.00
156 grams - individual - $468.00
189 grams - individual - $567.00



Gibeon  (IVA)

"Gibeon is without a doubt one of the most well known iron meteorites. While it has always been plentiful in the past less and less has been coming out of the strewn field. With prices still very low it may be a good time to get a nice big, complete etched slice..or...it may be a little smaller piece that your looking for and we have some of those available now as well.


13.35 grams - crust - $ 33.38
19.43 grams - $ 48.58
21.14 grams - $ 52.85
25.29 grams - $ 63.23
26.85 grams - $ 67.13
26.93 grams - $ 67.33
27 grams - $ 67.50



Glorieta Mountain  (PAL)

"The Glorieta Mountain pallasite was first discovered in 1884 in Santa Fe County, New Mexico. Specimens from this locale are very hard to come by.... this may be a great opportunity to add one of the ""harder to find"" US meteorites to your collection. This is the only specimen we have.


108.2 grams - $1190.20



Gold Basin  (L4)

"Gold Basin is an L4 chondrite that was first discovered November 24, 1995 in Mohave County, Arizona. Since that time, over 1,400 pieces of this find have been recovered totaling more than 61 kilograms. Just this spring a new find was believed to have come from the same strewn field and is currently undergoing analysis. It is said to resemble an L6 on visual inspection. If you already have some Gold Basin in your collection you may want to take a closer look!


1.86 grams - end - $ 5.58
2.62 grams - end - $ 7.86
2.9 grams - $ 8.70
3.03 grams - end - $ 9.09
3.32 grams - end - $ 9.96
3.5 grams - high shock - $ 21.00
3.73 grams - $ 11.19
4.06 grams - high shock - $ 24.36
4.71 grams - endcut - $ 14.13
5.17 grams - $ 15.51
5.37 grams - high shock - $ 32.22
6.25 grams - high shock - $ 37.50
7.11 grams - corner cut - $ 21.33
7.41 grams - end - $ 22.23
7.44 grams - high shock type - $ 44.64
7.46 grams - corner - $ 22.38
7.47 grams - slice - $ 22.41
7.65 grams - high shock type - $ 45.90
7.84 grams - $ 23.52
11.77 grams - $ 35.31
15.22 grams - endcut - $ 45.66



Henbury  (IIIA)

"Henbury comes to us from a remote area of central Australia where at least 13 craters have been identified. The Aboriginal people of the area have known of the site for quite some time as tales of the fall are in their verbal history passed down from generation to generation. Studies of the area indicate the fall occurred less than 10,000 years ago.


3.82 grams - $ 7.64
3.92 grams - $ 7.84
4.2 grams - $ 8.40
4.38 grams - $ 8.76
4.38 grams - $ 8.76
4.63 grams - $ 9.26
4.77 grams - $ 9.54
4.89 grams - $ 9.78
6.61 grams - $ 13.22
6.65 grams - a - $ 13.30
7.31 grams - $ 14.62
7.34 grams - $ 14.68



Hope Creek  (LL6)

"Hope Creek is a rare stone meteorite from Alaska... and as far as I know it is the ONLY stone meteorite of the 4 known Alaskan finds. Hope Creek is an LL6 stone amphoterite. Very little of this is available for collectors and what little is out there will soon in private collections.


0.34 grams - $ 4.42
0.41 grams - $ 5.33
0.66 grams - $ 8.58
0.67 grams - $ 8.71
0.76 grams - $ 9.88
2.45 grams - $ 31.85
5.07 grams - $ 65.91
5.83 grams - $ 75.79
9.67 grams - $125.71



Huckitta  (PAL)

"Huckitta is an excellent example of an extremely old and weathered Pallasite. Even though it is not as bright and flashy as the fresher Pallasites like Esquel or Brahin the internal structure remains and is quite interesting. This material comes to us from Australia and, due to new laws passed in regard to exporting meteoritic material, will be getting harder to find.


0.73 grams - 2 frags - $ 5.11
2.63 grams - $ 7.89
5.58 grams - $ 16.74
7.61 grams - $ 22.83
31.88 grams - $ 95.64
49.21 grams - $147.63



Indochinite  (Tektite)

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22.83 grams - rod - $ 11.42
25.52 grams - rod - $ 12.76
26.2 grams - flattened ball - $ 13.10
26.76 grams - teardrop - $ 13.38
31.02 grams - flattened ball - $ 15.51
31.08 grams - ball - $ 15.54
39.1 grams - rod - $ 19.55
42.72 grams - flattened ball - $ 21.36
63.54 grams - set of 3 - $ 31.77



Kapoeta  (AHOW)

"Kapoeta fell in 1942 in Sudan. Howardites are brecciated and contain fragments of both diogenites and eucrites which are a testament to the violant processes which led to thier creation. During the bombardment of the surface of the parent body pieces of the fine surface material (eucrite) was mixed with the coarser grained diogenite material which came from deeper in the parent. Also found in Kapoeta are carbonaceous chondrite inclusions which make this an even more unusual specimen.


0.1 grams - $ 80.00
0.12 grams - $ 96.00
0.12 grams - (a) - $ 96.00
0.13 grams - $104.00
0.23 grams - $184.00
0.29 grams - $232.00
0.31 grams - $248.00
0.41 grams - $328.00



Kem Kem  (H5)

"Kem Kem was found in the desert near Dahara, Morocco in August, 1999 and is one of four new finds from this area. Being such a new find, this stone chondrite is currently under-going the process of classification. The matrix of this material is a rich brown color with what looks to be some Ringwoodite, mixed in with lots of nice bright metal flakes. This almost looks as if it is a breccia.


2.5 grams - $ 6.25
2.58 grams - $ 6.45
2.72 grams - $ 6.80
2.79 grams - $ 6.98
3.29 grams - $ 8.23
3.99 grams - $ 9.98
4 grams - $ 10.00
5.26 grams - $ 13.15
7 grams - $ 17.50
7.77 grams - $ 19.43
8.12 grams - $ 20.30
8.17 grams - $ 20.43
8.36 grams - $ 20.90
9.05 grams - $ 22.63
10.35 grams - slice - $ 25.88
13.5 grams - $ 33.75
14.21 grams - $ 35.53
15.02 grams - $ 37.55
27.45 grams - $ 68.63
44.49 grams - wedge-cut - $111.23
46.75 grams - $116.88
0.08 grams - fragment - $ 40.00



Libyan Desert Glass  (Tektite)

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0.18 grams - micromount - $ 5.40
11.01 grams - oriented - $ 77.07
11.93 grams - $ 47.72
11.98 grams - $ 47.92
13.27 grams - $ 53.08
13.68 grams - bubble inclusions - $ 54.72
14.29 grams - $ 57.16
14.73 grams - $ 58.92
15.01 grams - $ 60.04
15.04 grams - $ 60.16
15.88 grams - inclusions - $ 63.52
17.09 grams - $ 68.36
19.5 grams - $ 78.00
19.96 grams - $ 79.84
20.17 grams - $ 80.68
22.01 grams - inclusions - $ 88.04
22.42 grams - $ 89.68
27.02 grams - $108.08
32.2 grams - $128.80
32.24 grams - $128.96
35.12 grams - layered - $140.48
35.79 grams - $143.16
39.14 grams - $156.56
47.04 grams - $188.16



Lowicz  (MES)

"The Lowicz mesosiderite fell in Poland between the towns of Seligow to Krempa on March 12, 1935 at approximately 00:52 hrs. This beautiful meteorite looks just great when cut and polished and is about equally mixed with metal and stone. Specimens from this find are rarely available so if you’ve been interested in this locale then this just may be the opportunity. Almost all of this fall is locked up in museums or private collections but due to a trade with a museum in Poland I was able to acquire some of this fine material for my collection and a bit to share. The total known weight for Lowicz is approx. 59 kg and consisted of 58 stones of various sizes.


1.97 grams - $128.05
2.69 grams - 6 polished faces - $174.85
3.26 grams - $211.90
4.7 grams - $305.50
6.39 grams - crust - $415.35
21.37 grams - corner + crust - $1389.05



Murchison  (CM2)

"The Murchison. meteorite fell on September 28th, 1969 in Victoria, Australia. Many small stones rained down on the town of Murchison and left an unusual smell of alcohol in the air. Murchison is a very rare Carbonaceous Chondrite, which is known to contain carbon compounds, water, amino acids, among other rare elements that make up the basic building blocks for the formation of life. The micromount specimens range from .01g to .03g but are all listed at .02g as an average to limit handling and crumbling.


0.02 grams - J micromount - $ 6.00
0.02 grams - H micromount - $ 6.00
0.02 grams - K micromount - $ 6.00
0.02 grams - O micromount - $ 6.00
0.02 grams - L micromount - $ 6.00
0.02 grams - D micromount - $ 6.00



North West Africa 060  (CK5)

"Here is a chance to get a piece of this newer CK5, North West Africa 060. And with a TKW of only 604 grams this is another one that will disappear rather quickly I would imagine. This stuff is pretty wild looking when you make a closer inspection with scattered small black chondrules in the dark grey/black matrix.


0.11 grams - $ 11.00
0.13 grams - $ 13.00
0.15 grams - $ 15.00
0.2 grams - $ 20.00
0.45 grams - $ 45.00
0.6 grams - a - $ 60.00
0.74 grams - crust - $ 74.00
1.2 grams - crust - $120.00
1.44 grams - $144.00



North West Africa 530  (CR2)

"This is a new CR2 from the North West Africa area that is just awaiting an official number to be assigned by the nomenclature committee and should come out any time now. CR chondrites are noted for the largish chondrules in the dark matrix. This material is quite friable as would be expected for something that has been altered via interaction with water. With a TKW of only 122 grams this find will end up in just a few collections.


0.02 grams - a - $ 6.00
0.02 grams - $ 6.00
0.03 grams - $ 9.00
0.06 grams - $ 18.00
0.07 grams - $ 21.00
0.08 grams - $ 24.00
0.12 grams - $ 36.00
0.17 grams - $ 51.00
0.21 grams - $ 63.00
0.31 grams - $ 93.00
0.37 grams - $111.00
0.68 grams - $204.00



NWA531  (LL4)

"With all the common unclassed (read cheap) chondrites flooding the market this past year or so we have tried to focus on bringing some of the new and rarer (and classified) finds into our inventory to offer to all our collecting friends. In keeping with that line of thought we have just received in a couple hundred grams of a new LL4 (NWA 531) that has a TKW of only 434 grams. It is listed as being shock AND weathered stage 1, it has some good sized chondrules and is moderately friable. If you check the new edition of The Catalogue of Meteorites you will see that there are only 20 ""non-antarctic"" examples of this class and of these only about half have ever been available to the public making this one of the rarer classes.


0.56 grams - crust - $ 14.00
1.36 grams - $ 34.00
1.76 grams - $ 44.00
1.84 grams - $ 46.00
2.44 grams - $ 61.00
5.1 grams - $127.50
10.23 grams - crust - $255.75
13.47 grams - crust - $336.75
19.7 grams - crust - $492.50



NWA 532  (H3.8)

"Here we have another one of those real special new finds that has come to us from the Northwestern corner of Africa. This is an EXTREMELY metal rich H3.8 (NWA 532) stone chondrite just listed in the most recent edition of the supplement to the Meteoritical Bulletin. I have seen mesosiderites that have less metal than this material.. so this is a very interesting new meteorite in deed. And I am sorry to say that the pictures just don’t do it the justice it deserves.....


0.84 grams - $ 5.04
1.64 grams - crust - $ 9.84
1.9 grams - crust - $ 11.40
2 grams - $ 12.00
2.06 grams - end - $ 12.36
2.1 grams - $ 12.60
2.14 grams - $ 12.84
2.57 grams - end - $ 15.42
2.83 grams - $ 16.98
2.84 grams - $ 17.04
4.25 grams - $ 25.50
4.74 grams - $ 28.44
5.16 grams - $ 30.96
5.4 grams - $ 32.40
6.2 grams - crust - $ 37.20
13.21 grams - $ 79.26



NWA 753  (R3.9)

"NWA 753 an new R3.9 chondrite.. the R chondrites or “Rumurutiites” are about as rare as the martian meteorites. Lots of neat, yet tiny chondrules in the matrix.... VERY COOL!! Specimens are super thin giving a great surface area for the weights!! This find consists of many smaller stones that totaled about 12 kg. and was believed to have come out of the Morocco area and was then purchased in January of this year (2001). This find also went under the name of Kem Kem for a while but that is not recognized by the Nomenclature Committee. The R chondrites have been some the more expensive additions to make to the collection but this fall provides a great opportunity to add some of this unique material without needing to take out a second mortgage...... : ) Also.... with a weathering grade of only S2 it is one of the “freshest” R chondrites around.


0.08 grams - $ 12.00
0.16 grams - crust - $ 24.00
0.19 grams - (a) crust - $ 28.50
0.2 grams - $ 30.00
0.27 grams - $ 40.50
0.32 grams - $ 48.00
0.34 grams - $ 51.00
0.49 grams - crust - $ 73.50
0.58 grams - $ 87.00
0.63 grams - crust - $ 94.50
0.63 grams - $ 94.50
1.33 grams - crust - $199.50
1.4 grams - end - $210.00
1.45 grams - crust - $217.50
2.46 grams - crust end - $369.00
7.65 grams - crust end - $1147.50



NWA 760  (CV3)

"This new CV3 (NWA 760) is loaded with nice big chondrules... the only visual similarity to Allende is in the silicate inclusions but the chondrules in this new find look more like the chondrules you see in the CR carbonaceous meteorites. Very interesting material! This find consists of many very small stones with a TKW of only 1,581 grams.


0.43 grams - (a) end - $ 19.35
1.03 grams - crust end - $ 46.35
1.21 grams - crust end - $ 54.45
1.47 grams - $ 66.15
1.87 grams - crust - $ 84.15
2.28 grams - $102.60
2.37 grams - slice - $106.65
5.1 grams - $229.50
5.8 grams - endcut - $261.00
7.82 grams - crust end - $351.90



Pultusk  (H5)

"Here is a rare opportunity to add a piece of the historic Pultusk H5 meteorite to your collection, a well known and witnessed fall. These nice little individuals would be called ""Pultusk Peas"", a name given to the smaller stones that rained down on villages in the area of Pultusk, Poland. The great shower occured at 7:00pm on January 30th in 1868 after a blinding fireball raced across the sky and a loud in-air explosion. The next morning villagers thoughout the area picked these small stones which lay scattered all over the ground.. Unfortunately most landed in snowy fields and are still there today just rusting away..... As can be seen by the picture these have excellent black crust that looks as if they could have fallen yesterday. These were acquired in a recent trade with a museum in Poland. We also have several cut and polished “half-peas” for those that want to see the this beautiful H5 interior too!


2.06 grams - 1/2 individual - $ 41.20
4.74 grams - $ 94.80
5.63 grams - 1/2 individual - $140.75
7.64 grams - $152.80
7.98 grams - $159.60
10.21 grams - $204.20
11.17 grams - $223.40
14.44 grams - $288.80



Sahara 97040  (L4)

"Sahara 97040 is a rarer L4 type meteorite which came to us from the Sahara desert in the Spring of 1998. This find consists of one stone weighing just 185 grams!!


0.21 grams - $ 5.00
0.45 grams - $ 10.00
2.93 grams - $ 43.95



Sahara 97099  (LL6)

"Sahara 97099/100 is an LL6 stone amphoterite meteorite. For being an ""LL"" this specimen has abundant metal flake in a rich, rusty brown matrix which makes for an excellent display piece.


4.14 grams - $ 28.98
5.72 grams - $ 40.04



Sahara 97103  (EH3)

"Sahara 97103 is a very rare EH3, that would make a wonderful addition to any collection. Enstatite Chondrites are thought to have formed in the area between the sun and the planet Mercury whereas most other meteorites are thought to originate from the area between Mars and Jupiter. Meteorites in this class display excellent metal flake in a dark gray matrix. Of the more than 23,000 meteorites known today, fewer than 30 represent this class and this is the only EH3 material available to collectors.


5.6 grams - w/crust - $280.00



Sahara 97193  (L3)

"Sahara 97193 was found in July of 1997 in the Sahara Desert of Africa. This find of only 522 grams has been classified as an L3.9 and exhibits a shock classification of S5. Spectacular chondrules are in, and make up the matrix.


1.51 grams - $ 60.40
2.02 grams - $ 80.80
2.13 grams - $ 85.20
2.76 grams - $110.40
3.17 grams - $126.80
3.38 grams - $135.20



Sahara 98052  (L6)

"Here is another of the 1998 finds from the Sahara desert of Africa. Sahara 98052 is a very nice looking, brecciated L6 that exhibits some real nice metal flakes. Some of these pieces also have a bit of crust along the edge. The find consists of one stone weighing just over 1 kilogram and I have the entire piece (except what was used for classification).


19.17 grams - w/crust - $ 47.93



Sahara 98362  (IMB)

"Sahara 98362 in an impact melt breccia which formed as two different parent bodies collided which caused mixing of the melted ejecta as it was thrown from the surface. There are even tiny vesicles (gas bubbles) in this find as it degasified during cooling. The TKW is only 625 grams and it has not been paired with any other finds. The only other similar material I have heard of is Cat Mountain and that went for up $200/gram.


2.03 grams - $101.50
3.53 grams - $176.50
4.99 grams - $249.50
18.89 grams - $ 0.00



Sahara 98505  (AURI)

"Ureilites are some of the rarest meteorites around with only a handful available to collectors. The Sahara desert has provided this new opportunity to add a rare class to your collection. Sahara 98505 is a highly shocked ureilite with completely recrystallized olivines.


1.22 grams - $244.00
1.22 grams - (a) - $244.00
1.35 grams - $270.00



Sahara 99023  (H5)

"Here is a beautiful, metal rich H5 chondrite from the Sahara Desert. This find (Sahara 99023) consists of 1 stone weighing just over 1.5 kg and may also have other paired stones from the same strewn field. This fresh looking meteorite displays abundant metal throughout the matrix as you can see from the images and makes for some very nice display specimens.


626 grams - $1200.04



Sahara 99159  (LL3)

"Another beautiful, chondrule laden specimen to come to us from the Sahara desert of Africa.


0.71 grams - $ 14.20
0.8 grams - $ 16.00
0.87 grams - $ 17.40
0.93 grams - $ 18.60



Sikhote Alin  (IIB)

"Sikhote-Alin is an excellent example of an iron meteorite. This fall occured at ~10:30 am, February 12, 1947 in Siberia and is thought to have weighed 200-300 tons before its high-altitude breakup. Due to the break up at high altitude of this huge meteorite we are fortunate to have many smaller pieces that show the beautiful regmaglympts formed by the fiery passage into our atmosphere.


7.55 grams - $ 18.88
9.3 grams - $ 23.25
9.46 grams - $ 23.65
10.35 grams - $ 25.88
10.44 grams - $ 26.10
10.71 grams - $ 26.78
12.26 grams - $ 30.65
12.68 grams - $ 31.70
13.52 grams - $ 33.80
14.97 grams - $ 37.43
16.24 grams - $ 40.60
74.5 grams - $149.00
82.87 grams - $165.74
109.83 grams - oriented - $329.49
124.77 grams - flow lines - $374.31
878 grams - $2195.00



Tagounite 077  (H3.7)

"Tagounite 077 is one of those rarer types out there being classed as a ""3"". There are several LL3 and L3's but you just don't see too many that are H's. All but the largest piece being offered on this page are extremely thin and give an exceptional surface area/wt ratio. This little gem has a TKW of only 565 grams and is a must have for any collection.


1.37 grams - $ 20.55
2.26 grams - w/crust - $ 33.90
2.75 grams - w/crust - $ 41.25
12.21 grams - w/ crust - $183.15



Tagounite 094  (H3.7)

"Heres another nice H3 out of Morroco and having a total known weight of only about 600 grams. While the classification of this one is very close to Tagounite 077 the material is quite different. Take a look at the pictures of both and you can decide on your own.


1.16 grams - $ 13.92
1.24 grams - $ 14.88
1.38 grams - $ 16.56
1.41 grams - $ 16.92
1.43 grams - $ 17.16
1.51 grams - $ 18.12
1.54 grams - $ 18.48
1.68 grams - $ 20.16
1.76 grams - $ 21.12
1.88 grams - $ 22.56
2.4 grams - $ 28.80
4.71 grams - $ 56.52
4.94 grams - $ 59.28
7.64 grams - $ 91.68
37.04 grams - slice - $444.48
50.51 grams - slice - $606.12



Taza  (UNGR)

"We have a great variety of specimens available for this new and unique iron. Not only do we have lots nice individuals (some of which are oriented) but we have also labored to provide a great variety of etched specimens so that there is something here for all collectors.. Prices for the etched specimens vary by size due to cutting loss and the added work in preparing the etched pieces. Taza has been compared to the Butler find which is listed as ungrouped and both finds have unusually high levels of some of the more volatile elements as can be seen below: Co Ni Cu Ga Ge As W Ir Pt Au mg/g mg/g *g/g *g/g *g/g *g/g *g/g *g/g *g/g *g/g Taza 12.9 163.4 291 87.2 2290 54 6.7 2.42 38 6.48 Butler 12.1 156.7 151 87.1 1970 48 5.1 1.81 34.9 6.77 The total known weight (TKW) for Taza is ~135 kilograms, which for an iron is not all that much. And of that the main mass is an ~75kg specimen in a private collection. Soooo... if you are interested in or “need” a plessitic octahedrite for your collection this just might be the one... and ungrouped at that!


2.88 grams - Etched - $ 25.92
3.19 grams - etched - $ 28.71
3.71 grams - Etched - $ 33.39
4.13 grams - Etched - $ 37.17
4.46 grams - etched - $ 40.14
5.6 grams - etched - $ 50.40
5.78 grams - etched - $ 52.02
7.51 grams - etched - $ 67.59
8.13 grams - oriented - $ 48.78
8.52 grams - etched - $ 76.68
12.22 grams - Oriented - $ 73.32
16.16 grams - etched slice - $145.44
16.99 grams - $ 84.95
17.78 grams - etched - $142.24
18.01 grams - $ 90.05
19.27 grams - etched - $154.16
19.48 grams - etched - $155.84
20.7 grams - etched - $165.60
21.31 grams - etched - $170.48
22.25 grams - oriented - $133.50
24.27 grams - $121.35
24.43 grams - $122.15
25.27 grams - $126.35
26.76 grams - etched - $214.08
30.23 grams - $151.15
30.87 grams - etched - $231.53
35.04 grams - Etched cornercut - $262.80
41.87 grams - $209.35
44.11 grams - $220.55
44.45 grams - oriented - $266.70
47.51 grams - $237.55
61.23 grams - $306.15
855 grams - $3420.00



Tissemoumine  (ACAP)

"Tissemoumine is a very rare Acapulcoite from the desert area of Morocco. This find has a total known weight of 3.8 kg and was discovered 07/04/00. The acapulcoites represent a class of primitive achondrites that have experienced a moderate degree of melting and recrystalization. This is one of the harder types to find for collections.


0.27 grams - $ 81.00
0.29 grams - $ 87.00
0.35 grams - $105.00
0.55 grams - $165.00
0.68 grams - crust - $204.00
1.81 grams - $543.00



Vaca Muerta  (MES)

"The Vaca Muerta Mesosiderite comes to us from high in the Atacama Desert of Chile. This meteorite is loaded with small to large fragments of olivine and occasionally eucrite surrounded by abundant metal in a wild looking matrix.


0.58 grams - $ 5.22
1.83 grams - end - $ 9.15
2.71 grams - end - $ 10.84
3.06 grams - end - $ 12.24
3.1 grams - slice - $ 12.40
3.77 grams - slice - $ 15.08
3.88 grams - slice - $ 15.52
3.93 grams - $ 15.72
4.66 grams - slice - $ 18.64
4.8 grams - slice - $ 19.20
5.35 grams - end - $ 21.40
6.31 grams - slice - $ 25.24
9 grams - slice - $ 36.00



Wagon Mound  (L6)

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3.84 grams - $ 11.52
4.34 grams - $ 13.02
5.5 grams - $ 16.50
18.17 grams - crust - $ 54.51
21.47 grams - $ 64.41
25.84 grams - $ 77.52
40.03 grams - $120.09



Wolf Creek  (IIIB)

"Here is a few specimens of the Wolf Creek (IIIB) iron meteorite from South of Halls creek in Kimberly, Western Australia, Australia. Though this is classified as a medium octahecrite the material is so ancient (just like the crater) that very little iron remains. Like the Huckitta pallasite this specimen is totally altered but still makes for a great collection piece. This has not been available for quite some time and it most likely will be around thru the occasional trade or sale out of a collection.


1.26 grams - $ 3.15
2.56 grams - $ 6.40
5.79 grams - $ 14.48
6.28 grams - $ 15.70
18.46 grams - $ 46.15
25.71 grams - $ 64.28



Zag  (H3-6)

"Zag has been classified as an unusual H3-6, brecciated meteorite. This fall is noted for its spectacular texture, which is made up of several different types of fragments, as well as the beautiful, fresh fusion crust on some pieces. Most of the specimens currently on this page are fragments with no cut surfaces although several do display “slick n slides” (ss) which are created by fault movement.


0.85 grams - $ 5.95
0.89 grams - $ 6.23
0.95 grams - $ 6.65
1.05 grams - ss - $ 7.35
1.07 grams - $ 7.49
1.11 grams - $ 7.77
1.13 grams - $ 7.91
1.15 grams - $ 8.05
1.26 grams - ss - $ 8.82
1.28 grams - slick slides - $ 8.96
1.41 grams - $ 9.87
1.49 grams - $ 10.43
1.74 grams - ss - $ 12.18
1.83 grams - ss - $ 12.81
2.4 grams - $ 16.80



Zagami  (SNC)

"Here are some excellent little pieces of the planet Mars. The Zagami Shergottite is one of the few meteorites to originate from the red planet. This material is going like wildfire and will probably get a lot harder to find in the near future, if nothing else it will surely get more expensive.


frag 2 - $ 10.00
frag 3 - $ 10.00
frag 4 - $ 10.00
frag 5 - $ 10.00
frag 6 - $ 10.00
frag 7 - $ 10.00
frag 8 - $ 10.00
frag 9 - $ 10.00
frag 10 - $ 10.00
frag 11 - $ 10.00
frag 12 - $ 10.00
0.3 grams - $300.00
0.46 grams - $460.00
0.46 grams - 3 cut faces (a) - $460.00
2.54 grams - $2540.00



Zaklodzie  (UNGR)

"Here is a rare opportunity to add a nice little part slice of the NEW Zaklodzie ""Ungrouped enstatite-rich meteorite"" from Zamosc, Poland. Zaklodzie was found in September of 1998 and consists of one 8.68 kg stone that was partially covered with fusion crust and was found along side a dirt road by a Mr. Stanislaw Jachymek as he searched for rocks and fossils. Not much of this has been made available to collectors as of yet so don't miss out!!


0.34 grams - a - $ 64.60
0.37 grams - $ 70.30
0.38 grams - $ 72.20
0.65 grams - $123.50
0.78 grams - $148.20
0.8 grams - $152.00
0.92 grams - $174.80
1.03 grams - $195.70
1.95 grams - Crust - $370.50



 
 

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