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Collection Specimen

Sikhote-Alin, Russia, IIAB iron, 4.71 kg.

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Sikhote-Alin, Maritime Territory, Russia, IIAB iron, IIAB, 4.71 kg
Fell February 12, 1947
Primary and secondary (remelted) fusion crust. 4.71 kg specimen.

Collecton Specimen, not for sale.
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Oxford, Nebraska, H5, 21.8 grams

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Oxford, Furnas County, Nebraska, H5, 21.8 grams

 A single 6kg stone was found in September 1985 while plowing.
 Bright Ni/Fe grains in a dark brown matrix, nice surface area, 50mm x 43mm x 5mm, $120.00


Belle Plaine, Sumner County, Kansas, L6 chondrite, 25.3 grams
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Belle Plaine is a brecciated chondrite found in 1950.Three more specimens were found over the next thirty years. This is a well consolidated, not friable, L6 stone meteorite with visible Ni/Fe grains and chondrules.
Belle Plaine, part slice, 62mm x 48mm x 2mm, 25.3 grams, $ 190.00

La Criolla, Argentina, L6 chondrite, 27.8 grams

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La Criolla, Argentina, L6 chondrite, fusion crusted, 27.8 grams

 Fell, January 06, 1985, Entre Rios, Concordia, Argentina. Fusion-crusted thin slice. Large surface area to weight ratio. Many chondrules, Ni/Fe inclusions.
 La Criolla, L6 chondrite, 62mm x 48mm x 4mm, $246.00

Adhi-Bogdo, LL3-6, 3.46 grams
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One specimen offered, both sides presented in the above images.

Fell October 30, 1949, Gobi Altay, Mongolia. Adzhi-Bogdo is unusual and a welcomed addition to any collection. Classified as an LL3-6, unequilibrated, polymict regolith breccia containing alkali-granitoids. Only 910 grams were recovered.

Adzhi-Bogdo, 3.46 grams, fusion crusted, 17mm x 16mm x 7mm, $588.00


Lake Murray, Oklahoma, IIAB iron, 29.2 grams

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Lake Murray, IIAB iron, 29.2 grams

One specimen offered, both sides presented in the above images.

 Found before 1930 in a cretaceous limestone bed, very high terrestrial age, cosmically reheated..
 Nice kamacite structure, Lake Murray, 29.2 grams, 28mm x 27mm x 6mm, SOLD

Barrilla, Pecos County, Texas, H5 chondrite, 28.8 grams

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Barrilla, H5 chondrite, 28.8 grams

 This stone chondrite, weighing 11.1kg was spotted from a moving vehicle at the edge of a dirt road. Barrilla is a solid, stone meteorite, not at risk of crumbling. Displays an abundance of Ni/Fe inclusions in addition to many chondrules and an edge of relic fusion crust. This is a lot of meteorite for $7.00/gram
 Barrilla, H5 chondrite, part slice, 45mm x 21mm x 10mm, $198.00

Los Cerrillos, Argentina, H4 chondrite

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Los Cerrillos, Argentina, H4 chondrite, 39.5 grams

 Found in 2006, Los Cerrillos is a very rare Argentinian stone meteorite. Only 1,000 grams were found.
 Los Cerrillos, Argentina, H4 chondrite, 39.5 grams, 53mm x 40mm x 17mm, end piece, $390.00

Melrose (a), New Mexico, L5 chondrite, 23.7 grms
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One 36.4 kg mass was found in 1933. Nininger initially thought it was paired with La Lande but later recognized differences between the two. In addition, this is the one that Nininger found contained, unlike other known meteorites, ore-grade gold levels in its mineralogy.

Specimens of Melrose are almost never seen larger than a few grams. One specimen offered, images are of the same 23.7 gram part slice.

Melrose (a), L5 chondrite, 23.7 grams, 56mm x 28mm x 17mm, $460.00


Hayes Center, Nebraska, L6 chondrite, 28.03 grams

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Hayes Center, L6 chondrite, 28.03 grams

 4.5 kg., found in 1941. Once a part of the Nininger Collecion of Meteorites. Classified as a "black" L6 chondrite, nice distribution of Ni/Fe grains throughout the dark matrix.
 Hayes Center, L6 chondrite, 28.03 grams, 55mm x 40mm x 6mm, $170.00

Faith, South Dakota, H5 chondrite, 23.4 grams

Faith, South Dakota, 23.4 grams

 Offered is a 23.4 gram, thin slice of this H5 chondrite that was found in 1952 about 23 miles NNE of Faith, South Dakota.
 Chondrules and an abundance of Ni/Fe grains, 23.4 grams, 53mm x 52mm x 2mm,SOLD

Bruderheim, Alberta, Canada, L6 chondrite, observed Fall.

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 Bruderheim, L6 chondrite, 120.2 grams, fusion crusted, full slice
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 Bruderheim, L6 chondrite, 120.2 grams, reverse side, same specimen, chondrules, inclusions.
 More than 200 professional papers have been written about this meteorite. Entering the Earth's atmosphere at 1:06 AM, MST, March 04,1960, it was a detonating bolide, visible for over 200 miles with detonations audible over 2,000 square miles. The initial atmospheric velocity was 8 to 10 miles per second. Over 300kg fell onto the ground at terminal velocity.
 Offered is a 120.2 gram full slice, over 95% fusion crusted except for a "broken face" or edge, in the crust where it struck the Earth. Chondrules, thick fusion crust, inclusions - everything that can be seen in Bruderheim can be seen in this display specimen..
Bruderheim, L6, 120.2 grams, 118mm x 62mm x 7mm, Email for price

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Magura, Zilina region, Slovakia, IAB iron.   Marion, Iowa, 3.34 grams.
 Found in 1840. Coarse octahedrite, cohenite-rich. 4.72 grams, SOLD    Observed Fall, February 25, 1847. Very clean, unoxidized, veined chondrite, 3.34 grams, 34mm x 7mm x 9mm, SOLD
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Belmont Wisconsin, H6 chondrite, 7.07 grams   Indarch, Azerbaijan, Enstatite chondrite EH4, 2.20 grams.
 Found in 1958. Veined chondrite, the main mass is held at the University of New Mexico. 7.07 grams, 23mm x 22mm x 6mm, SOLD    Fell April 07, 1891. Rare meteorite, rare classification. 38mm x 14mm x 1.5mm, SOLD
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 Abee, EH4 Impact breccia, 2.0 grams, fusion crusted.    Big Rock Donga, Australia, H6, 8.2 grams.
 Fell June 10, 1952 in Alberta Canada. Rare classification, rare meteorite. Fusion crusted. 2.0 grams, 17mm x 18mm x 4mm, SOLD.    Found 1970, Eastern Nullarbor Plain, Australia. A single mass of 19kg was recoverd. Chondrules and bright Ni/'Fe grains. 8.2 grams, 21mm x 21mm x 5mm, $64.00.
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 Bilanga, Burkina Faso, Diogenite, ADIO, 3.80 grams    Richfield, Kansas, LL3.7 chondrite. 4.24 grams
 Fell October 27, 1999, brecciated, monomict diogenite. 3.80 grams, 15mm x 13mm x 11mm, $180.00    Found 1983 while terracing a grain field. Contains light, dark and LL5 clasts. 4.24 grams, 30mm x 11mm x 2mm, SOLD
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 St Michael, Finland, L6 chondrite, 0.73 grams    Buschhof, Latvia, L6 chondrite, 2.44 grams
 Fell July 12, 1910. Nice breccia, clean, 0.73 grams, 12mm x 10mm x 3.5mm, $80.00    Buschhof is an L6 veined chondrite that fell on June 02, 1863 in Zemgale, Latvia. This partial slice displays multiple chondrules and bright Ni/Fe inclusions in a light grey matrix. 2.44 grams, 24mm x 18mm x 3mm, 190.00

Cangas de Onis, Spain, H5, Fell 1866
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Cangas de Onis, breccia. polished slice,10.6 grams.
Cangas de Onis Fell on December 06 1866 over Asturias, Spain. This is a brecciated H5 chondrite, two specimens offered, 10.6 grams and 21.1 grams.
Cangas de Onis, 10.6 grams, 38mm x 34mm x 4mm, SOLD
Cangas de Onis, 21.1 grams, 52mm x 36mm x 5mm, $390.00.
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Cangas de Onis, H5 chondrite, breccia, polished slice, 21.1 grams.

Peekskill, New York, H6 chondrite

 The Fall of this meteorite was spectacular - it smashed into the trunk of a car on October 9, 1992 in Peekskill, New York. Peekskill is classified as a stone, H6 chondrite. These specimens are lab prepared, clean, and display a variety of brecciation.
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Peekskill, H6, 2.68 grams, micro-breccia, 21mm x 9mm x 7mm, $390.00
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Peekskill, H6, 2.26 grams, micro-breccia, 18mm x 9mm x 7mm, $339.00
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Peekskill, H6, 1.72 grams, m icro-breccia, 17mm x 8mm x 7mm, $$258.00
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Peekskill, H6, 1.16 grams, micro-breccia, 17mm x 7mm x 7mm, $174.00

Select, choice specimens of important meteorites

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Zagami, ASHE, 0.62 grams, fusion crusted edge.   Pillistfer, Estonia, 2.16 grams.   Estacado, Texas, H6, 8.15 grams.
Zagami fell in Nigeria on October 03, 1962, it is classified as a Martian basalt. 0.62 grams, 17mm, x 9m x 1.5mm, $225.00    Fell August 08, 1863. EL6 chondrite, 18mm x 11mm x 3mm, $183.00.    Found 1883, abundant Ni/Fe grains and inclusions, chondrules, 21mm x 20mm x 5mm, SOLD
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Ballinoo, Australia, IIC, 1.89 grams   Grady 1933, L3-6, 8.95 grams  
Found 1892, Western Australia. Rare classification, only 8 known. 13mm x 7mm x 3mm, SOLD    Unequilibrated chondrite, found 1933. 8.95 grams, 23mm x 19mm x 6mm, SOLD.    
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Olmedilla de Alarcon, Spain, H5, 7.15 grams.   Dimboola, Australia, H5, 2.16 grams   Wiluna, Australia, H5, 5.95 grams.
Fell February 26, 1929 in New Castillia, Spain. 7.15 grams, polished face, 22mm x 13mm x 10mm, SOLD    Found 1944, Victoria, Australia. 2.16 grams, thin cut, large surface area. 30mm x 28mm x 1.5mm, $40.00    Fell, September 02, 1967 in the Wiluna District, Western Australia. 5.95 grams, fusion crusted, 21mm x 11mm x 14mm, $80.00
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Pantar, Lanao, Mindanao, Philippines, H5, 1.04 grams   Allegan, Michigan, H5 chondrite, 3.09 grams   Salla, Finland, L6 chondrite, 1.60 grams
 Fell June 16, 1938. A gas-rich, regolith breccia. 15mm x 8mm x 6mm, SOLD    Fell July 10, 1899. An exceptionally clean (of oxides) H5 chondrite. 3.09 grams, exposed chondrules, 16mm x 14mm x 10mm, SOLD    Found 1963. 1.60 grams, 12mm x 11mm x 6mm, SOLD

Abee, Alberta, Canada
Enstatite, impact-melt, EH4 chondrite, 116 grams.
An exceptionally beautiful and rare Canadian Meteorite
Abee, EH4, 116 grams, 143mm x 52mm x 8mm, fusion crusted along curved surface, visible chondrules in large clast. Spectacular bimodal breccia, email for price.

The parent bodies of many meteorites - SNC's (Mars), achondrites (Vesta), lunar (Moon) are known. The parent body for this rare class of meteorites, enstatite chondrites, is not.

On June 10, 1952 one of this rare class of stone meteorites, an enstatite chondrite, fell in Alberta, Canada. Analysis has shown that this meteorite, Abee, is unlike all other enstatite chondrites. It's brecciated structure (large clasts of 2 cm to 15 cm ) is an indication that "Abee" is from the surface of an unknown parent body.

Spectacular angular clasts and brecciation, Abee is unlike any known meteorite.

Abee, EH4, 72 grams 
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Abee, 72 grams, 61mm x 65mm x 6mm, fusion crusted along curved edge. Emal for price.

Abee, EH4, 37 grams 
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Abee, 37 grams, 73mm x 43mm x 6mm, fusion crusted along curved edge. Email for price

Abee, EH4, 16.04 grams, fusion crusted, chondrules, large clasts.
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The Abee meteorite is an impact-melt breccia. Its regolith structures present as likely from the surface of its parent body. This slice is a visual vignette of a rocky strewn surface. Abee is unlike any known EH4 (enstatite) impact-melt chondrite.


Abee, 16.04 grams, 52mm x 40mm x 2.4mm, fusion crusted along curved edge. SOLD


Axtel, Texas, CV3

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Axtel, McLennon County, Texas, carbonaceous chondrite, CV3, 5.70 grams.

Found in 1943, Axtel is a mass of vivid chondrules and unusual CAI's.
 Axtel, 5.70 grams, 22mm x 18mm x 7mm, $755.00

Coffeyville, Kansas, H5 chondrite
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Coffeeville, Kansas, H5 chondrite, 17.5 grams. .
 Found 2006, Montgomery County, Kansas, A very nice, H5 chondrite. A good specimen for thin sections, study, or a private collection.

 Coffeyville, Kansas, H5 chondrite, 17.5 grams, 27mm x 23mm x 9mm, $140.00

Bluff, Texas, L5, 19.2 grams
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Bluff,(a) relic fusion crust, polished part slice, 19.2 grams
Found in 1878, Bluff (a) is a brecciated stone meteorite with visible Ni/Fe inclusions, chondrules, and melt-pockets in a light grey matrix. A very stable stone meteorite not suseptible to rusting.
 Bluff,(a) relic fusion crust, 19.2 grams, 52mm x 32mm x 5mm, $130.00

Densmore 1879, Kansas, L6, 28.2 grams
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Densmore 1879, L6 chondrite, 28.2 grams
Found in 1879 in Norton County, Kansas. Originally published in
Popular Astronomy in 1940 by A. D. Nininger. An additional specimen was found in 1950 and sold to the Nininger American Meteorite Lab in Denver, Colorado..

Offered is a 28.2 grams polished slice, 50mm x 41mm x 5mm, $220.00

Saratov, Russia, L4 chondrite
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Saratov, 7.50 grams

The photograph above is a close-up of the surface of this meteorite.The Saratov meteorite that fell over Penza, Russia on September 06, 1918 is a spectacular mass of chondrules, tightly grouped and consolidated into a meteorite!. Chondrules range in size from 1mm to 10mm. Saratov is one of the most chondrule-rich stone meteorites that we have seen.

Saratov, 7.50 grams, 19mm x 17mm x 9mm, $75.00

Eagle, EL6, Nebraska, 1946
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Eagle, Cass County, Nebraska, USA, 10.3 grams

Eagle, an EL6 enstatite chondrite, fell over Nebraska on October 01, 1946. Several distinct chondrules can be seen in this 10.3 gram partial slice. There are no oxides on this prepared specimen, displays nicely. A rare USA enstatite chondrite.

Eagle, 10.3 grams, 33mm x 22mm x 4mm, $390.00


6 Rare Carbonado Diamonds
A selection of Black/gray Diamonds from Space

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Carbonado Diamond

1.70 ct, 8mm x 7mm x 3.5mm, $ 190.00

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Carbonado Diamond

1.95 ct, 9mm x 6mm x 6mm, $ 210.00

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Carbonado Diamond

1.65 ct, 10mm x 5mm x 45mm, $180.00

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Carbonado Diamond

1.75 ct, 7mm x 5mm x 5mm, $185.00

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Carbonado Diamond

2.30 ct, 7mm x 5mm x 6mm, $260.00

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Carbonado Diamond

2.20 ct, 7mm x 7mm x 5mm, $255.00


Data on Carbonado Diamonds

Carbonado or "black" diamonds, are exotic diamonds found in Brazil and the Central African Republic. They are unusual for being the color of charcoal and full of frothy bubbles. These diamonds can also have a face that looks like melted glass.
A research team led by Stephen Haggerty of Florida International University in Miami has presented a new study that these "stones" were brought to Earth by an asteroid billions of years ago.
The scientists exposed polished pieces of these stones, now known as carbonado diamonds, to extremely intense infrared light. The test revealed the presence of many hydrogen-carbon bonds, indicating that the diamonds probably formed in a hydrogen-rich environment-such as that found in space. The diamonds also showed strong similarities to tiny nanodiamonds, which are frequently found in meteorites. Astrophysicists have developed theories predicting that nanodiamonds form easily in the stellar explosions called supernovas, which scatter debris through interstellar space.
Haggerty maintains that the deposits in the Central African Republic and Brazil, came from the impact of a diamond-rich asteroid millions of years ago, when South America and Africa were joined. So even though the two diamond fields are now thousands of miles apart, they're remnants of a single, original deposit. Haggerty estimated that the asteroid must have been about half a mile (one kilometer) in diameter.
The unusual bubbles seen in specimens of carbonados probably came from fizzing gases when the diamonds were forming, Haggerty added. This adds further credence to the extraterrestrial origin theory, since conventional diamonds form under immense pressure deep beneath the Earths crust, where gas bubbles simply couldn't form.
Carbonado diamonds also contain a mineral called osborneite, which has been found only in meteorites and comet dust recovered by the recent Stardust mission. Additionally, adding to the evidence for an extra-terrestrial origin, carbonado diamonds have never been reported among any of the other 600 tons of "conventional" diamonds mined, sorted, graded, traded, cut, and polished in the last century. "


Flandreau, South Dakota, H5 chondrite
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 Flandreau, H5, 23.2 grams

Flandreau, Moody County, South Dakota, H5 chondrite. Found June 1983. Nice, stable, polished slice, large surface area.
Flandreau, H5, 23.2 grams, 36mm x 25mm x 6mm, $210.00

Asteroid Presentation Set

Many meteorites originate from asteroids but we're not sure of the pairings. With asteroid Vesta however, we do know. Vesta's reflectance spectra is a perfect match with this meteorite.

This Asteroid Presentation Set contains a slice of a rare type of meteorite called a eucrite. It is enclosed within a display case that is easily opened for examination. Includes an oak base, engraved brass label, and Certificate of Authentication.

Asteroid Display Set, $ 98.00


This is a great gift. The meteorite in this set formed 4.56 billion years ago in the solar nebula and contains interstellar grains - remnants of an earlier star that lived out it's life and exploded before the formation of our Sun.

Not only does this meteorite contain stardust but at 4.56 billion years old, it represents some of the oldest known unchanged matter. Included: oak base, engraved brass label, Certificate of Authenticity.

Touch this meteorite and you're touching a star.

Stardust Display Set, $ 95.00



A Martian meteorite!
 Martian Meteorite Display Set

One of the most thought-provoking areas of science is the search for life on Mars. This search has been centered around Martian meteorites found on Earth that were blasted from the Martian surface by impacts.

This Display Set contains a carefully prepared slice of a Martian meteorite - an actual piece of the planet Mars - enclosed in an easily opened display case with oak base, engraved brass label, and Certificate of Authenticity.

Martian Display Set $ 290.00

Own a piece
of the Moon!

Lunar Meteorite Display Set

Ever think about touching and owning a piece of the Moon? Impossible only a couple of years ago but no longer. Several lunar meteorites have been found in the Libyan Desert and small fragments are occassionally available.

This extraordinary Display Set contains a 2 to 3mm size fragment of the Moon enclosed in a 2x2" display case easily opened for examination along with research information, oak base, engraved brass label, and Certificate of Authenticity.

Lunar Meteorite Set, $ 290.00



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