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Collection Specimen
 
Nakhon Parthom,
 
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Nakhon Parthom, Thailand, L6, 22.6 grams
 
An observed Fall, December 21, 1923. This is a spectacular brecciated chondrite, with detail almost never seen on the web. Close study reveals chondrules, clasts, and a micro-breccia embedded in the chondritic groundmass.
 
Collection specimen, presented for your interest, not for sale.
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Meteorites for sale
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Buschhof, Latvia, L6 chondrite
 
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Buschhof, Latvia, L6 veined chondrite, 37 grams, fusion crusted.
 
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 Reverse side, Buschhof, Latvia, L6 veined chondrite, 37 grams, fusion crusted
 
Buschhof is an important European meteorite. It's an observed, mid-1800's Fall and one of only 4 meteorites seen to fall in Latvia. This 37 fusion-crusted partial slice is the largest and perhaps the only Buschhof specimen currently available.
Buschhof is an L6 veined chondrite that fell on June 02, 1863 in Zemgale, Latvia. This partial slice displays multiple 2mm to 5mm chondrules, bright Ni/Fe inclusions in a light grey matrix, and has one fusion crusted edge.
Buschhof, Latvia, L6, 37 grams, 57mm x 54mm x 6mm, $3,640.00
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Buschhof, chondrules, inclusions. Buschhof, 5mm chondrule.
 
 

 
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Albareto, Italy, L/LL4
 
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Albareto, Italy, L/LL4, 0.76 grams
 
This is an old European observerd fall - July, 1766. Its classification is transistional between an L and LL.
 
Albareto, Modena, Italy, L/LL4, 0.76 grams, 13mm x 11mm x 5mm, $340.00
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
L'Aigle, France, L6 chondrite, Historic Fall
 
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L'Aigle, France, L6, 2.24 grams
 
This one is historic, and hard to find now, L'Aigle fell over Orne, France on April 26, 1803. Classified as an L6, brecciated chondrite.
 
L'Aigle, L6 chondrite, 2.24 grams, 15mm x 14mm x 7mm, $642.00
 
 

 
 
 
 
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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, 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, visile 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, $4,560.00
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120.2 gram Bruderheim, this is not a tapered cut. Bruderheim, chondrules, inclusions.
 
 

 
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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 1.82 grams.
 
Cangas de Onis, 10.6 grams, 38mm x 34mm x 4mm, $530.00
Cangas de Onis, 1.82 grams, 25mm x 19mm x 2mm, $108.00
 
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Cangas de Onis, breccia, polished slice, 1.82 grams
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
Olmedilla de Alarcon, Spain, H5 chondrite
 
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Olmedilla de Alarcon, H5 chondrite, 2.38 grams.
 
Fell, February 26, 1929, New Castillia, Spain, xenolithic chondrite., 2.38 grams, 17mm x 12mm x 8mm, $166.00
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
Assisi, Italy, H5 chondrite.
 
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Assisi, Italy, H5, 1.372 grams
 
A single stone of about 2kg fell, May 24, 1886, Umbria, Perugia, Italy. A rare Italian meteorite..
  Assisi, H5 chondrite, 1.37 grams, 16mm x 10mm x 6mm, $220.00
 

 
 
 
 
 
Garraf, Spain, L6 chondrite.
 
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 Garraf, 1.06 grams, L6
 
 
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Garraf, 1.36 grams, L6
 
 Garraf, found 1905 in Barcelona, Spain. L6 chondrite, two specimens:
 
 Garraf, 1.36 grams, 18mm x 11mm x 8mm, $125.00
 Garraf, 1.06 grams, 17mm x 13mm x 5mm, $105.00
 
 

 
 
 
 
 
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, $855.00
 

 
 
 
 
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Mocs, Transylvania, Romania, L5-6
 
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Mocs, 15.4 grams, fusion crusted.
 
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 Mocs, 15.4 grams, same specimen, different surface.
 
This is an old European observed Fall with an unusual classification - L5-6. Mocs fell in Transylvania, Romania on February 3, 1882. The specimen offered is a fusion crusted fragment with one cut surface. It is unoxidized, very clean..
Mocs, L5-6, 15.4 grams, 31mm x 22mm x 15mm, $870.00
 
 

 
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Adzhi-Bogdo, Mongolia, a rare LL3-6
 
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Adzhi-Bogdo, Mongolia, LL3-6, fusion crusted, 5.20 grams. . .
 
Adzhi-Bogdo
Fell, October 30, 1949 in Gobi Altay, Mongolia. Adzhi-Bogdo, a regolith breccia containing alkali-granitoids. Rarely seen or available, only about 900 grams found.
Adzhi-Bogdo, 5.20 grams, fusion crusted, 17mm x 18mm x 7mm, $1,170.00
 
 
 
 
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Bilanga, Burkina Faso, Diogenite
 
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Bilanga, 19.35 grams, fusion crusted.
 
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 Bilanga, 19.35 grams, same specimen, reverse side.
 
Fell October 27, 1999. Bilanga is a brecciated monomict diogenite. Offered is a clean, fresh appearing, fusion crusted specimen with visible breccia.
Bilanga, ADIO, 19.35 grams, 50mm x 25mm x 12mm, $798.00
 
 

 
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Siena, Tuscany, Italy, LL5, 1.12 grams
 
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Siena, LL5 chondrite, 1.12 grams
 
Observed falls from the 1700's are extremely rare to have in any collection. This one fell in Tuscany, Italy, on June 16, 1794.
 Siena, LL5, chondrite, 1.12 grams, 21mm x 8mm x 2mm, $420.00
 

 
 
 
 
 
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, $249.00
 

 
 
 
 
Dresden (Ontario) 1939
 
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Dresden (Ontario), 2.94 grams .
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Dresden (Ontario), H6
The Dresden, Ontario Fall (differs from the Dresden, Kansas meteorite) occured on June 11, 1939. Rarely available, very little recoved and only small amounts in private collections. 2.94 grams, very clean,16.2mm x 12.4mm x 10mm, $347.00
 
 
 

 
 
 
 
Vulcan, Canada, H6
 
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Vulcan, 4.84 grams, 27mm x 23mm x 3.8mm, $387.00
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Vulcan
The Vulcan, H6 stone meteorite was found in April 1962. Specimens display a dark brown groundmass with bright flakes of Ni/Fe.
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Saratov, Russia
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Saratov, 34.8 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 4mm. Saratov is the most chondrule-rich stone meteorite that we have seen.

Saratov, 34.8 grams, 41.5mm x 33.9mm x 17.5mm, $ 320.00
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