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Iron meteorites

Hard to acquire classifications and localities.


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


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.


 
 
 
Burlington, Otsego Co., New York, IIIE

Found before 1819. Transistional between a medium and coarse octahedrite, rare classification and locality.

 
Osseo, Timiskaming, Ontario, Canada, IAB

Found 1931. Coarse octahedrite, rare Canadian locality

 
Hammond, St. Croix County, Wisconsin, IRUNGR

Found 1884 while plowing a field. Medium octahedrite, recrystallized kamacite.

 
Staunton, Augusta County, Virginia, IIIE

Found 1869, nicely prepared specimens that display swollen kamacite lamellae as is characteristic of Staunton, rare.

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1.54 grams, 11.4mm x 5.6mm x 3.5mm,SOLD

1.81 grams, 18.1mm x 7.0mm x 2.5mm, SOLD

3.64 grams, 18.2mm x 9.2mm x 3.8mm,SOLD

2.34 grams, 12mm x 7mm x 4mm,SOLD

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Henbury, Northern Territory, Australia, IIIAB

Found 1931, fell about 4,700 years ago. Nice whole specimen.

 
Henbury, Northern Territory, Australia, IIIAB

Found 1931, fell about 4,700 years ago. Nice whole specimen.

 
Bohumilitz, Vimperk, Jihocesky, Czech Republic, IAB

Found 1829, coarse octahedrite, exposed graphite nodule.

 
Lexington County, South Carolina, IAB

Found 1880, coarse octahedrite, very little available.

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6.3 grams, 18mm x 15mm x 8mm, $ 30.00

6.0 grams, 21mm x 10mm x 8mm, $ 30.00

2.92 grams, 16.5mm x 12.0mm x 5.7mm, SOLD

4.88 grams, 19mm x 7.6mm x 4.5mm, SOLD

       
Lexington County, South Carolina, IAB

Found 1880, coarse octahedrite, very little available.

 
Lexington County, South Carolina, IAB

Found 1880, coarse octahedrite, very little available.

 
Union County, Georgia, IC

Found 1853, coarsest octahedrite, very rare classification.

 
Babb's Mill, Greene Co., Tennessee, IRUNGR

Troost's Iron, Found 1842, Ni-rich ataxite.

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4.92 grams, 16mm x 7.5mm x 5.3mm, SOLD

4.36 grams, 20mm x 11.3mm x 3.9mm, $122.00

3.42 grams, 12.5mm x 10.4mm x 3.9mm, SOLD

2.90 grams, 16.3mm x 7mm x 4mm,SOLD

       
Smith's Mountain, North Carolina, IIIAB

Found 1863, a clean and clear Widmanstatten Pattern.

 
Goose Lake, Modoc Co., California, IAB

Found in 1938, on the lava beds near Goose Lake. Medium octahedrite.

 
Goose Lake, Modoc Co., California, IAB

Found in 1938, on the lava beds near Goose Lake. Medium octahedrite.

 
Cape of Good Hope, Cape Province, South Africa,IVB

Classification IVB, Ataxite, Ni-rich, 16.9% Ni. Very nice Neumann bands, characteristic of IVB irons in each specimen. Found in 1793, a sword was made from a portion of this meteorite and presented to the Emperor of Russia.

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1.88 grams, 19mm x 5mm x 3mm, SOLD

4.06 grams, 34.2mm x 8.6mm x 3.5mm,SOLD

3.51 grams, 17mm x 6mm x 4.6mm,SOLD

3.96 grams, Neumann bands, 16.5mm x 7.2mm x 8.2mm, SOLD

       
Cape of Good Hope, Cape Province, South Africa,IVB

Classification IVB, Ataxite, Ni-rich, 16.9% Ni. Very nice Neumann bands, characteristic of IVB irons in each specimen. Found in 1793, a sword was made from a portion of this meteorite and presented to the Emperor of Russia.

 
New Baltimore, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania, IRUNGR

Found 1922 in a cornfield. Nice shear bands, surface area.

 
Plymouth, Marshall Co., Indiana, IIIAB

Found 1893, medium octahedrite, originally offered by Ward in his 1904 catalog but rarely seen now.

 
Plymouth, Marshall Co., Indiana, IIIAB

Found 1893, medium octahedrite, originally offered by Ward in his 1904 catalog but rarely seen now.

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6.15 grams, 20.5mm x 8.2mm x 7.6mm,SOLD

5.9 grams, 18.3, 14.6mm x 7.0mm, $176.00

3.12 grams, 13.7mm x 9.7mm x 3.8mm,SOLD

6.03 grams, 19.6mm x 12.7mm x 5.6mm, SOLD

       
Bear Lodge, Wyoming, IIIAB

Found 1931, medium octahedrite, the matte-like appearance is due to an annealed shock-hatched kamacite.

 
Bendego, Monte Santo, Bahia, Brazil

Found 1784, rare locality, coarse octahedrite, historic Brazillian iron meteorite.

 
Bristol, Sullivan Co., Tennessee, IVA

Found in 1925, Nininger examined and recognized it as a meteorite in 1937.

 
Bristol, Sullivan Co., Tennessee, IVA

Found in 1925, Nininger examined and recognized it as a meteorite in 1937.

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2.30 grams, 12.4mm x 8.7mm x 3.6mm,SOLD

2.42 grams, 18.7mm x 6.3mm x 4.6mm, SOLD

2.68 grams, 22mm x 6.5mm x 3mm, $110.00

2.84 grams, 23mm x 7mm x 3mm,SOLD

       
View Hill, Canterbury, New Zealand, IIIAB

Found 1952, contains unusually Mn-poor graftonite.

 
Welland, Ontario, Canada, IIIAB

Found 1888, shock-hatched kamacite, medium octahedrite, slightly distorted lamellae, deeply etched to show schreibersite.

 
Adzhi Bogdo - Iron, Tomor-tolgoy, Gobi-Altay, Mongolia, IAB

Found 1952, A rare iron meteorite from Mongolia.

 
Adzhi Bogdo - Iron, Tomor-tolgoy, Gobi-Altay, Mongolia, IAB

Found 1952, A rare iron meteorite from Mongolia.

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1.30 grams, 11mm x 6.2mm x 3.2mm, $120.00

3.04 grams, 18.8mm x 6.5mm x 3.9mm $145.00

5.45 grams, 19.2mm x 9.5mm x 5.6mm, $120.00

6.05 grams, 26.7mm x 6.3mm x 5.1mm, 1.44 grams, 18mm x 5.5mm x 2mm, large schreibersite inclusion, SOLD

       
Drum Mountain, Utah, IIIA

Found September 24, 1944. A weathered mass of 529kg was found on the surface of a basalt. A rare Utah meteorite.

 
Joe Wright Mountain, Independence County, Arkansas, IIIAB

Found 1884, medium octahedrite, also known as Batesville, Elmo, and Independence County.

 
Owens Valley, Inyo County, California, IIIAB

Found 1917, by a sheepherder. Medium octahedrite,shock-hatched kamacite.

 
Reed City, Osceola Co., Michigan, IRUNGR

Found 1895, coarse octahedrite, partial shock melting.

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1.78 grams, 13mm x 6mm x 3.5mm,SOLD

3.22 grams, 14.2mm x 6.9mm x 4.6mm, SOLD

2.14 grams, 10mm x 6.8mm x 4.4mm, SOLD

2.38 grams, 20mm x 8mm x 3mm, $116.00

       
Reed City, Osceola Co., Michigan, IRUNGR

Found 1895, coarse octahedrite, partial shock melting.

 
Deep Springs, Rockingham County, North Carolina, IRUNGR

Found 1846, ungrouped iron, Ataxite, Ni-rich, 13.2%..

 
Deep Springs, Rockingham County, North Carolina, IRUNGR

Found 1846, ungrouped iron, Ataxite, Ni-rich, 13.2%..

 
Carlton, Texas, IAB

Found 1887, fine octahedrite, nice detail in the Widmanstatten Pattern.

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2.50 grams, 15mm x 10mm x 6mm, SOLD

2.12 grams, 13.6mm x 6.7mm x 4mm, SOLD

2.48 grams, 13.4mm x 6.8mm x 4mm,SOLD

3.20 grams, 20mm x 6mm x 4mm, $115.00

       
New Baltimore, Somerset Co., Pennsylvania, IRUNGR

Found 1922 in a cornfield. Nice shear bands, surface area.

 
Dungannon, Virginia, IAB

Found 1922, an annealed coarse octahedrite with decomposed cohenite crystals. large surface area for the weight!

 
Lenarto, Bardejov dist., Presov region, Slovakia, IIIAB

Found 1814 on a high summit of the Carpathians near Saros. Medium octahedrite.

 
Lanton, Howell County, Missouri, IIIA

Found 1932, shock-hatched kamacite, medium octahedrite.

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5.10 grams, 11mm x 9.2mm x 6.5mm, SOLD

3.94 grams, 24mm x 17mm x 2.4mm, SOLD

4.45 grams, 26.6 x 6.4mm x 4mm, SOLD

6.4 grams, 18.4mm x 9.5mm x 5.6mm, $156.00

       
Lake Murray, Carter Co., Oklahoma, IIB

Found 1933 in a Cretaceous sediment bed, this is terrestrially a very old iron meteorite.

 
Lake Murray, Carter Co., Oklahoma, IIB

Found 1933 in a Cretaceous sediment bed, this is terrestrially a very old iron meteorite.

 
Magura, Zilina region, Slovakia, IA

Found 1840. This was a large fall but an estimated 90% of the recovered pieces were smelted down for its iron. A nice coarse octahedrite with an abundance of cohenite inclusions..

 
Shrewsbury, York Co., Pennsylvania, IAB

Found 1907, nice medium octahedrite from Pennsylvania.

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3.44 grams, 20.5mm x 6.2mm x 4.1mm, $112.00

3.62 grams, 18.4mm x 6.2mm x 5mm, SOLD

3.90 grams, 12.3mm x 8.7mm x 5.8mm, SOLD

3.22 grams, 19mm x 6mm x 4mm, SOLD

       
Carlton, Hamilton Co., Texas, IIIC

Found 1887, fine octahedrite, dark martensite between the kamacite. Nicely developed Widmanstatten Pattern.

 
Silver Crown, Laramie, Wyoming, IAB

Found 1887 in decomposed granite. A well-preserved coarse octahedrite with distorted kamacite lamellae.

 
Del Rio, Val Verde, Texas, IIF

Found 1965, an extremely rare classification with only 6 known. Subangular schreibersite structures occur randomly in all specimens of this ataxite. Lightly etched.

 
View Hill, Canterbury, New Zealand, IIIAB

Found 1952, a medium octahedrite with straight, long kamacite lamellae. Rare locality.

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3.24 grams, 22.1mm x 6mm x 3.8mm, SOLD

4.78 grams, 18.3mm x 6.6mm x 5mm, SOLD

3.12 grams, 12mm x 10mm x 5mm,SOLD

3.74 grams, 18.4m x 6.0mm x 4.6mm, SOLD

       
Elbogen, Zapadocesky, Czech Republic, IID

Found (about) 1400, Elbogen, a medium octahedrite, is the oldest and most historic iron meteorite to make it to modern times with some understanding of it's history. Additional historic data supplied with each specimen.

 
Augusta County, Virginia, IIIA

Found 1858, medium octahedrite, 8.19%Ni.

 
Indian Valley, Floyd Co., Virginia, IIAB

Found 1887, this is a shocked and partly recrystallized hexahedrite.

 
Indian Valley, Floyd Co., Virginia, IIAB

Found 1887, this is a shocked and partly recrystallized hexahedrite.

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3.08 grams, 20.6mm x 5.7mm x 4mm, SOLD

3.44 grams, 23.4mm x 8.3mm x 3.6, tapered cut, nice etching,SOLD

3.98 grams, 25mm x 6.8mm x 3.4mm, SOLD

2.30 grams, 17.2mm x 7.4mm x 2.8mm, $108.00

       
Seneca Township, Lenawee Co., Michigan, IVA

Found 1923, in a cornfield. A fine octahedrite with annealed kamacite structure.

 
Kenton County, Kentucky, IIIAB

Found 1889, medium octahedrite. Clear, well-defined, low contrast, Widmanstatten Pattern

 
Richland, Navarro Co., Texas, IIAB

Found 1951, in an old well. Richland is a terrestrially old hexahedrite.

 
Linwood, Butler Co., Nebraska, IAB

Found 1940, a coarse octahedrite from a rare locality.

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3.88 grams, 21.5mm x 7.4mm x 3.8mm,SOLD

1.48 grams, 16mm x 5.6mm x 2.4mm, $76.00

3.26 grams, 23.2mm x 6.5mm x 3.5mm, S122.00

1.84 grams, 16mm x 6.7mm x 2.7mm, SOLD

       
Arlington, Sibley Co., Minnesota, IIE-AN

Found 1894, this medium octahedrite has an irregular Widmanstatten Pattern that is anomalously developed. Very rare classification.

 
Arlington, Sibley Co., Minnesota, IIE-AN

Found 1894, this medium octahedrite has an irregular Widmanstatten Pattern that is anomalously developed. Very rare classification.

 
Bridgewater, Burke Co., North Carolina, IID

Found 1890, a medium octahedrite, lightly etched, shocked-hatched kamacite. Rare locality.

 
Bridgewater, Burke Co., North Carolina, IID

Found 1890, a medium octahedrite, Clear Widmanstatten Pattern, shocked-hatched kamacite. Rare locality.

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2.40 grams, 15mm x 10mm x 3mm, $126.00

2.70 grams, 14.3mm x 10mm x 2.7mm,SOLD

2.64 grams, 11.4mm x 10mm x 4mm, SOLD

5.50 grams, 23.6mm x 8.3mm x 3.9mm,SOLD

       
Kenton County, Kentucky, IIIAB

Found 1889, medium octahedrite. Clear, well-defined, low contrast, Widmanstatten Pattern

 
Seymour, Webster Co., Missouri, IAB

Found 1940, coarse octahedrite, nice locality and clear kamacite/taenite boundries.

 
Seymour, Webster Co., Missouri, IAB

Found 1940, coarse octahedrite, nice locality and clear kamacite/taenite boundries.

 
Seymour, Webster Co., Missouri, IAB

Found 1940, coarse octahedrite, nice locality and clear kamacite/taenite boundries.

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3.06 grams, 19mm x 6mm x 4.1mm, SOLD

1.70 grams, 18mm x 6.2mm x 2.2mm, $96.00

2.22 grams, 18.3mm x 6mm x 3.1mm,SOLD

1.42 grams, 16mm x 6mm x 2.3mm, $88.00

       
Orange River, Orange Free State, South Africa, IIIB

Found 1855, medium octahedrite, straight kamacite lamellae.

 
Orange River, Orange Free State, South Africa, IIIB

Found 1855, medium octahedrite, straight kamacite lamellae.

 
Linwood, Butler Co., Nebraska, IAB

Found 1940, a coarse octahedrite from a rare locality.

 
Linwood, Butler Co., Nebraska, IAB

Found 1940, a coarse octahedrite from a rare locality.

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1.76 grams,13mm x 7mm x 3.3mm, SOLD

3.68 grams, 16.0mm x 6.8mm x 5.2mm, SOLD

5.00 grams, 25.6mm x 5.7mm x 6mm, SOLD

1.92 grams, 20.5mm x 8mm x 2.5mm, $80.00

       

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