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Specimens are offered on a first-come, first serve basis. All material is guaranteed to be exactly as described. A Certificate of Authenticity is included with each meteoritical specimen. For ordering please go to the Ordering page. All major credit cards accepted including PayPal. Checks are welcome but please email us first so that we may confirm availability and hold the specimen for you.


These are difficult to acquire meteorite localities or classifications.
All images were taken of the specimens being offered. Prices and availability subject to change without notice. This page updated November 8, 2013


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Hard to acquire Stone and Stony-iron meteorite localities and classifications

Offered are lab prepared sections of specific, well-researched and published meteorites. All have been carefully prepared to display the individual characteristics of each meteorite and are supplied in a clear display case with label.

Elm Creek
Kansas, H4

Found 1906
Bright NI/Fe inclusions, large surface area.
 
Edmondson (b)
Texas, H3/4

FoundFebruary, 1981
Large slice, thinly cut for maximum surface area.
 
Ausson
France, L5

Fell December 9, 1858
Historic, clean specimen, chondrules.
 
Adzhi-Bogdo
Mongolia, LL3-6

Fell October 30, 1949
Regolith breccia, LL3-6, rare.
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14.20 grams, 35mm x 20mm x 14.3mm,SOLD

9.40 grams, 47.2mm x 24.3mm x 2.5mm, $65.00

4.02 grams, 20.6mm x 15.5mm x 5.6mm, SOLD

1.38 grams, fusion-crusted, large LL6 clast, 23.8mm x 8.7mm x 4mm, $256.00

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Chantonnay
France, L6

FellAugust 05, 1812
Black, brecciatred chondrite. Historic
 
Owasko
Nebraska, L6

Found 1984
A nice, clean matrix, nice specimen.
 
Kendleton
Texas, L4

Fell May 02, 1939
Brecciated, black chondrite, nice L3 clasts.
 
Kargapole
Estonia, L6

Found July 1961
Very dark chondrite with bright Ni/Fe inclusions. Rarely offered.
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4.30 grams, 29.2mm x 24.1mm x 4.9mm, SOLD

7.05 grams, 32mm x 21.0mm x 4.6mm, $155.00

7.65 grams, 31mm x 22mm x 4.4mm, $240.00

10.4 grams, 58mm x 33mm x 3.4mm, SOLD

       
Mossgiel
Australia, L4

Found 1967
Nice vivid mix of chondrules.
 
Arriba
Colorado, L5

Found 1936
A nice, brecciated L5
 
Olivenza
Spain, LL5

Fell June 19, 1924
Rare Spanish meteorite.
 
Sand Creek
Kansas, H5

Found 1986
Nice surface area, nice meteorite.
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6.25 grams, 34.3mm x 18mm x 5.5mm, $120.00

2.84 grams, 21.1mm x 20.4mm x 3mm, $68.00

3.22 grams, 20.7mm x 18.5mm x 3.6mm, $354.20

3.84 grams, 30mm x 22mm x 3mm, SOLD

       
Stannern
Czech Republic
Eucrite, (Vesta)

Fell May 22, 1808
Historic, a monomict eucrite.
 
Olivenza
Spain, LL5

Fell June 19, 1924
Rare Spanish meteorite.
 
Cosina
Mexico, H5

Fell January 1844
Very small amount recovered from this Fall.
 
Seibert (b)
Colorado, H5

Found 1991
Found in a wheat field.
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2.28 grams, 25mm x 13mm x 9mm,SOLD

1.14 grams, 22.3mm x 10.7mm x 4.6mm, SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

       
Orgueil, Tarn-et-Garonne, Montauban, France, CI1
Fell May 14, 1864
Some of the oldest, unaltered matter known.
 
Orgueil, Tarn-et-Garonne, Montauban, France, CI1
Fell May 14, 1864
Some of the oldest, unaltered matter known.
 
Orgueil, Tarn-et-Garonne, Montauban, France, CI1
Fell May 14, 1864
Some of the oldest, unaltered matter known.
 
Mt. Padbury
Australia, Mesosiderite

Found 1964
Nice mesosiderite from Australia
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0.010 grams, 8.2mm x 3.6mm x 1.3mm, SOLD

0.040 grams, 8mm x 4.4mm x 2.3mm,SOLD

0.060 grams, 7.6mm x 5.1mm x 2.1mm, SOLD

5.80 grams, 30mm x 13mm x 14mm, $60.00

       
Dhurmsala
India, LL6

Fell July 14, 1860
Fragmental breccia, contains carbonaceous clasts.
 
Dhurmsala
India, LL6

Fell July 14, 1860
Fragmental breccia, contains carbonaceous clasts.
 
Marion
Iowa, L6

Fell February 25, 1847
Veined chondrite, clean.
 
Macy
New Mexico, L6

Found 1984
Nice, large surface area.
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SOLD

5.80 grams, 33mm x 12mm x 7.1mm, SOLD

2.32 grams, 26.2 grams, 18mm x 2.5mm,SOLD

2.86 grams, 27mm x 11mm x 5mm, $40.00

       
Dalgety Downs
Australia, L4

Found 1941
Large find but not much available, a good Australian meteorite.
 
Mt. Egerton
Australia, Mesosiderite

Found 1941
An anomalous aubrite!
 
Daule
Ecuador, L5

Fell March 23, 2008
Beautiful chondrules
 
Daule
Ecuador, L5

Fell March 23, 2008
Beautiful chondrules
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16.5 grams, 38mm x 35.3mm x 5.4mm, $185.00

SOLD

1.10 grams, 12mm x 11mm x 3mm, $122.00

1.84 grams, 23mm x 10mm x 3mm, $145.00

       
Dimboola
Australia, H5

Found1944
Nice Ni/Fe flakes.
 
Dimboola
Australia, H5

Found 1944
Nice Ni/Fe flakes.
 
St. Peter
Kansas, L5

Found 1957
What a name for a meteorite!
 
Motpena (a)
Australia, L6

Found August 1968
Nice inclusions, metal.
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1.65 grams, 17mm x 16mm x 2.7mm, $40.00

4.90 grams, 26mm x 24mm x 3.5mm, SOLD

2.24 grams, 18mm x 17mm x 2.8mm, SOLD

SOLD

       
Segowlie
India, LL6

Fell March 04, 1853
30 stones fell during this historic Fall, almost all now held in university and museum collections.
 
Segowlie
India, LL6

Fell March 04, 1853
30 stones fell during this historic Fall, almost all now held in university and museum collections.
 
Marlow
Oklahoma, L5

FoundFebruary, 1936
Dark brown, lots of large Ni/Fe
 
Marlow
Oklahoma, L5

FoundFebruary, 1936
Dark brown, lots of large Ni/Fe
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SOLD

SOLD

10.8 grams, 30mm x 31mm x 5.6mm,SOLD

4.00 grams, 25mm x 15.6mm x 6mm, $38.00

       
Mills
New Mexico, H6

Found August 1970
Dark brown, nice, large slice.
 
Scott City
Kansas, H5

Found 1905
A rare one to see offered.
 
Dresden
Kansas, H5

Found 1953
Found by a bulldozer!
 
Salaices
Mexico, H4

Found 1971
Large Ni/Fe inclusions
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6.30 grams, 48.6mm x 20mm x 2.8mm, $56.00

SOLD

SOLD

4.44 grams, 21mm x 15mm x 10mm, $30.00

       
Moorabie
Australia, L3

Found 1965
Beautiful chondrules of many sizes!
 
Moorabie
Australia, L3

Found 1965
Beautiful chondrules of many sizes!
 
Slovak
Arkansas, H5

Found 1962
Plowed up in a rice field.
 
Shafter Lake
Texas, H5

Found 1933
Large specimen, nice chondrules
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2.02 grams, 23mm x 17mm x 3.3mm, SOLD

2.26 grams, 30mm x 16.4mm x 1.3mm, $115.00

SOLD

SOLD

       
Sierra Colorada
Argentina, L5

FoundMay 7, 1995
This is a very nice L5 meteorite, lots to see in this one.
 
Ness County (1894)
Kansas, L6

Found1894
Brecciated, bright Ni/Fe flakes.
 
Neenach
Los Angeles, L6

Found April, 1948
A nice California meteorite, hard to find.
 
Park
Kansas, L6

Found 1969
A nice meteorite for study or display.
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4.04 grams 24mm x 15mm x 6mm, $35.00

3.02 grams, 25mm x 13mm x 6.3mm,SOLD

SOLD

11.2 grams, 29mm x 30mm x 6.5mm, SOLD

       
Pony Creek
Texas, H4

Found 1947
A very clean, grey, stone meteorite.
 
Pohlitz
Germany, L5

Fell October 13, 1819
Historic, veined chondrite.
 
Pohlitz
Germany, L5

Fell October 13, 1819
Historic, veined chondrite.
 
Pipe Creek
Texas, H6

Found1887
Large clumps of bright Ni/Fe
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5.00 grams, 37mm x 15mm x 5mm,SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

       
Peekskill
New York, H6

FellOctober 9, 1992
One of the most famous meteorites in recent history. Rare to find available anywhere.
 
Peekskill
New York, H6

Fell October 9, 1992
One of the most famous meteorites in recent history. Rare to find available anywhere.
 
Peekskill
New York, H6

FellOctober 9, 1992
One of the most famous meteorites in recent history. Rare to find available anywhere.
 
Pampa (c)
Chile, L4

Found 1986
Nice light brown matrix, inclusions. Unusual locality.
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0.54 grams, 10mm x 7mm x 5.6mm, SOLD

SOLD

0.21 grams total, two 6mm fragments, SOLD

6.0 grams, 31mm x 11mm x 6.5mm, $40.00

       
Potter
Nebraska, L6

Found 1941
Stable, hard to acquire meteorite.
 
Leedy
Oklahoma, L6

Fell November 25, 1943
Nice light texture and Ni/Fe inclusions
 
Leedy
Oklahoma, L6

Fell November 25, 1943
Nice light texture and Ni/Fe inclusions
 
Lancon
France, H6

Fell June 20, 1897
A historic, veined, and rare chondrite that fell in France. Very little ever offered. Fusion crusted.
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1.42 grams, 19.4mm x 8.4mm x 5mm $ 70.00

4.38 grams, 31.8mm x 16.7mm x 4mm, $210.00

2.10 grams, 16mm x 10mm x 11mm, $130.00

SOLD

       
Lancon
France, H6

Fell June 20, 1897
A historic, veined, and rare chondrite that fell in France. Very little ever offered.
 
Laundry West
Australia, L4

Found March 1967
This meteorite probably sat out in the Australian sun for about 20,000 years. Nice fragment.
 
Tatum
New Mexico, H4

Found April, 1938
Contains silicate inclusions.
 
Lake Labyrinth
Australia, LL6

Found 1924
A xenolithic chondrite
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SOLD

5.20 grams, 21mm x 16mm x 14mm, $55.00

SOLD

3.10 grams, 15. 7mm x 13.8mm x 12.6mm, $45.00

       
Taiban
New Mexico, L5

Found 1934
A dark, veined chondrite with lots of metal!
 
Le Pressoir
France, H5

Fell January 25, 1845
A great French meteorite that is almost never offered.
 
Le Pressoir
France, H5

Fell January 25, 1845
A great French meteorite that is almost never offered.
 
Jelica
Serbia, LL6

Fell December 1, 1889
Contains melt-rock clasts.
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SOLD

SOLD

SOLD

1.40 grams, 17mm x 10.6mm x 5.2mm, $ 234.00

       
Lemmon
South Dakota, H5

Found 1984
Only a few meteorites from South Dakota, hard to get!
 
Lemmon
South Dakota, H5

Found 1984
Only a few meteorites from South Dakota, hard to get!
 
Juanita de Angeles
Mexico, H5

Found 1992
Nice inclusions and detail in this chondrite.
 
Texline
Texas, H5

Found July, 1937
Large Ni/Fe inclusions, nice Texas specimen
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5.56 grams, 31mm x 20mm x 3.8mm, $35.00

6.0 grams, 56mm x 32mm x 2mm,SOLD

3.76 grams, 27mm x 21mm x 4.5mm, $38.00

SOLD

       
Grayton
Florida, H5

Found 1983
Gray/greenish matrix, bright metal flakes of Ni/Fe. A rare Florida meteorite.
 
Tenham
Australia, L6

Fell Spring, 1879
Veined, contains the rare mineral ringwoodite
 
Tiberhamine
Algeria, L6

FellOctober 24, 1967
A nice veined chondrite from Algeria
 
Ladder Creek
Kansas, L6

Found July, 1939
Light and dark sections, nice metal.
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0.98 grams, 24.2mm x 7.5mm x 2mm, $212.00

2.22 grams, 16mm x 11mm x 9mm, $56.00

SOLD

SOLD

       
Laketon
Texas, L6

Found 1937
Nice, large surface area for study.
 
Tulia (a)
Texas, H3/4

Found 1917
Brecciated stone meteorite, nice for any collection.
 
Long Island
Kansas, L6

Found 1891
Not much available on this one, nice meteorite.
 
Success
Arkansas, L6

Fell April 18, 1924
Rare meteorite from Arkansas
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SOLD

5.25 grams, 26mm x 20mm x 4.6mm, $52.00

4.62 grams, 25mm x 13.5mm x 4.8mm, $55.00

SOLD

       
High Possil
Scotland, L6

FellApril 5, 1804
Fusion crusted fragment, rare meteorite from Scotland
 
Grayton
Florida, H5

Found 1983
Gray/greenish matrix, bright metal flakes of Ni/Fe. A rare Florida meteorite.
 
Hardwick
Minnesota, L4

Found 1937
Clean part slice, nice inclusions
 
Hayes Center
Nebraska, L6

Found 1941
Dark grey, bright metal flakes.
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SOLD

1.22 grams, 25mm x 7.7mm x 2.3mm, $244.00

SOLD

SOLD

       
Oak
Australia, L5

Found 1968
Only about 100 grams were reported found of this one.
 
Hunter
Oklahoma, LL5

Found1962
Nice, solid meteorite, grey, bright metal flakes.
 
Forestburg (b)
Texas, L5

Found 1957
Blackened (darkened)from shock, nice.
 
Haskell
Texas, L5

Found1901
Large inclusions of Ni/Fe, nice piece.
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SOLD

SOLD

4.72 grams, 22mm x 21mm x 3.7mm, $50.00

SOLD

       
High Possil
Scotland, L6

Fell April 5, 1804
Fusion crusted fragment, rare meteorite from Scotland
 
Harrisonville
Missouri, L6

Found April 09, 1933
 
Haxtun
Colorado, H/L4

FoundAugust, 1975
This is a very nice meteorite in thin section, many chondrules. Nice specimen being offered here.
 
Hebron
Nebraska, H6

Found 1965
Good surface area, bright inclusions
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SOLD

4.0 grams, 16.4mm x 21.3mm x 5mm,SOLD

8.75 grams, 44mm x 12.3mm x 12mm, $90.00

6.25 grams, 26mm x 17mm x 5mm, $68.00

       
Hale Center (2)
Texas, H4

Found 1936
Very little of this meteorite was found, only about 695 grams reported.
 
Haven
Kansas, H6

Found1950
a nice veined chondrite
 
Felt (b)
Oklahoma, L3.5-5

Found 1990
Has black melt veins, very unusual.
 
Huckitta
Australia, Pallasite

Found
Spectacular in thin section, very nice meteorite.
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SOLD

8.40 grams, 26mm x 21mm x 6.4mm, SOLD

SOLD

8.65 grams, 34mm x 24mm x 6mm, SOLD

       
Brandon
Nebraska, L6

Found August, 1975
Visible metal flakes
 
Favars
France, H5

Fell October 21, 1844
Rearely offered, rare historic meteorite from France.
 
Hassayampa
Arizona, H4

Found 1963
Shock veins, nice chondrite
 
Happy Canyon
Texas, E6

Found 1971
Impact-melt, rare Enstatite chondrite
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12.4 grams, 30mm x 31mm x 6.6mm, $96.00

SOLD

SOLD

6.21 grams, 35mm x 17mm x 6.2mm, SOLD

       
Harrisonville
Missouri, L6

Found April, 1933
Nice part slice.
 
Forrest 002
Australia, L6

FoundOctober 1980
Large surface area, nice
 
Finney
Texas, L5

Found 1962
Attractive stone meteorite from Hale County, Texas
 
Holbrook
Arizona, L6

Fell July 19, 1912
Beautiful complete, fusion crusted meteorite from a famous US Fall
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SOLD

4.02grams, 30mm x 25mm x 2.3mm, $70.00

8.80 grams, 31mm x 26mm x 5mm, $95.00

3.82 grams, 14mm x 13mm x 15mm, $186.00

       
Forest City
Iowa, H5

Fell May 2, 1890
Breccia, nice specimen.
 
Hyattville
Wyoming, L6

Found 2008
Nice slice, lightly weathered matrix
 
Wellman (c)
Texas, H4

Found 1964
Nice Texas meteorite from Terry County
 
Waltman
Wyoming, L4

Found 1948
Slice, visible Ni/Fe inclusions, very nice representative piece.
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1.64 grams, 13.5mm x 8mm x 7mm, $155.00

SOLD

6.7 grams, 21.6mm x 21.7mm x 5.1mm, $70.00

9.45 grams, 27mm x 25mm x 8.1mm, SOLD

       
Wynella
Australia, H4

Found 1945
An H4 from Queensland, Australia, nice inclusions
 
Warden
Australia, H5

Found June 1989
Nice slice, unusual.
 
Wellington
Texas, H5

Found 1955
Nice slice, chondrules
 
Kilbourne
Wisconsin, H5

Fell June 16, 1911
Very nice slice with many chondrules. Not many meteorites form Wisconsin.
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SOLD

 

SOLD

 

SOLD

 

SOLD

             
Putinga
Brazil, L6

Fell August 16, 1937
A great meteorite from Brazil
 
Kyushu
Japan, L6

Fell October 26, 1886
Very nice section from a rare Japanese meteorite.
 
Perpeti
Bangladesh, L6

Fell May 14, 1935
A seldom offered meteorite from Bangladesh
 
Pavlovka
Russia, Howardite (Vesta)

Fell August 2, 1882
A brecciated howardite, fusion crusted, rare, nice.
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SOLD

 

1.08 grams, 19mm x 10mm x 2.5mm, $355.00

 

0.24 grams, 13mm x 6mm x 2mm, $124.00

 

SOLD

             
Diep River
South Africa, L6

FellNovember 4, 1906
Very thin slice for maximun surface exposure of a clean looking meteorite.
 
Patwar
Bangladesh, Mesosiderite

FellJuly 29, 1935
Coarse fragment from an unusual mesosiderite.
 
Tabor
Czech Republic, H5

Fell July 3, 1753
Very old, historic Fall, seldom available, nice breccia
 
Sevrukovo
Russia, L5

FellMay 11, 1874
Dark grey, exposed chondrules, clean of oxides.
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SOLD

 

SOLD

 

1.02 grams, 22mm x 7mm x 3.5mm, $655.00

 

SOLD

     

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