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Specimens are offered on a first-come, first serve basis and are guaranteed to be as represented.
A Certificate of Meteorite Authenticity is included with each meteoritical specimen.
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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.

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Meteorites 
 
Collection Specimen, Historic Fall

Pultusk, Poland

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Pultusk, Poland, H5 chondrite, brecciated whole specimen, 616 grams. Fell Jamuary 30, 1868
Collecton Specimen, not for sale.
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Meteorites for sale.



Imilac, Atacama Desert, Chile. Stony-iron pallasite, MG, 2 specimens.
 
   
Found in 1822, specimens of this pallasite are represented in many National collections.
The two specimens offered are unusual in that they are small, complete specimens with most of the olivine ablated out from the violence of atmospheric passage.
The specimen to the right is 12.0 grams, 28mm 27mm x 16mm, $156.00
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This second specimen of Imilac presents with the same twisted and torn shape of the one above it.
11.1 grams, 28mm x 25mm x 15mm, $140.00
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Warden, Western Australia, H5 chondrite.
 
   
A single stone weighing 7.86 kg was found close to Warden Pool near the Ashburton River, 6 miles NNW of Ashburton Downs Homestead in June 1989.
Warden is an H5 chondrite with an abundance of Ni/Fe grains and difuse chondrules.

The specimen to the right is 22.4 grams, 40mm x 31mm x 7mm, $176.00
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Richfield, Kansas, LL3 chondrite, 35.9 grams.
 
   
Found in Morton County, Kansas,1983.
An LL3 chondrite with multiple lithologies, unequilibrated, brecciated, containing LL5 clasts.
35.9 grams, 50mm x 44mm x 6mm, $292.00
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Palo Verde Mine, L6, 20.05 grams.
 
   
Palo Verde Mine, Mohave County, Arizona. 9.16 kg recovered.

Offered is a 20.05 gram part slice of this L6 chondrite..

20.05 grams, 32mm x 23mm x 7mm, $120.00
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Juanita de Angeles, H5, 19.1 grams.
 
   
Juanita de Angeles, Chihuahua, Mexico, H5 chondrite, found in 1992 near the mine after which it is named.
Offered is a 19.1 gram part slice.

19.1 grams, 34mm x 26mm x 8mm, $115.00
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Pillistfer, Estonia, EL6, 6.10 grams.
 
   
Fell on August 08, 1863. Pillistfer is a low-iron subgroup of the enstatite chondrite classification. This is a Historic Fall.
Offered is a 6.10 gram, thin part slice, very clean, unoxidized, with a large sufrace area

6.1 grams, 26mm x 24mm x 4mm, $290.00
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Gruver, Texas, H4, 20.0 grams
 
   
Found in Hansford County, Texas in 1934. Gruver is an H4 chondrite with visible chondrules and bright Ni/Fe grains.

20.0 grams, 46mm x 36mm x 5.5mm, $100.00
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Canyon Diablo, IAB Iron meteorite, 2 specimens
 
   
This is one of the most known of all meteorites. No collection is complete without a one. Found in 1891 in Winslow, Arizona, it is classified as a IAB iron.
The two specimens offered are unusual in that they are small, complete and clean.
The specimen to the right is 115.3 grams, 70mm x 42mm x 17mm, $230.00
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This second specimen is more roundish in shape, clean and also uncut.
98.3 grams, 38mm x 34mm x 23mm, $190.00
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Images Copyright protected, 1992 - 2021, New England Meteoritical Services, inclusive all years.

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Conditions of Sale

Specimens are offered on a first-come, first serve basis and are guaranteed to be as represented.
A Certificate of Meteorite Authenticity is included with each meteoritical specimen.
For ordering please go to the Ordering page or email us to check availability. Mastercard, Visa, and PayPal accepted.


Images Copyright protected, 1993 - 2021, New England Meteoritical Services, inclusive all years.

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.

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Questions on availability of any specimens? lab@meteorlab.com


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